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460. Ipomoea and Vavangue with Mahe Harbour in the distance.

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Vangueria edulis, Vahl, or Vavangue, is a native of Madagascar, and now cultivated (and naturalised) in many other warm countries for the sake of its edible fruit. Observe the wasp's nest upon it. Ipomoea palmata, R. Br. is almost cosmopolitan in

Copyright © RBG KEW

Media ID 5080757

Date: 3rd June 2009

Copyright Status: Copyrighted Work

Owner URL: Royal Botanic Gardens,

Position: Photographer

City: Richmond

County: Surrey

Filename: MN_460-004440LA090603_00113.jpg

Image Size: 7270 x 5106 Pixels

Filesize is 30.65MB

Associated Categories: Marianne North

Keywords:  art  artist  landscape  leaves  mahe harbour  marianne north  mountains  painting  pink flower  vavangue