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70. Palma de Santa Rita, and Atlas Moth, Brazil

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The inflorescences of the Marica are so heavy that they fall to the ground on all sides ; and the seeds germinate before they leave the pod, and send down their roots therefrom, forming a wide circle of young plants around the old one. The caterpilla

Copyright © RBG KEW

Media ID 4500453

Date: 25th January 2011

Filename: MN_070-MN090422_070.jpg

Image Size: 5244 x 8160 Pixels

Filesize is 42.26MB

Associated Categories: Marianne North

Keywords: art, artist, atlas moth, butterflies, caterpiller, flower, leaves, marianne north, painting, palm house, purpal