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781. Poison Tree strangled by a Fig, Queensland

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The central figure of this picture represents the skeleton-like trunk of a Fig Tree, which has nearly strangled the Poison Tree (Laportea, moroides, Wedd.), in a fork of whose branches it started life as a seedling epiphyte. It soon grew apace, and s

Copyright © RBG KEW

Media ID 5313179

Date: 7th May 2009

Copyright Status: Copyrighted Work

Owner URL: Royal Botanic Gardens,

Job Title: Photographer

City: Richmond

County: Surrey

Filename: MN_781-MN090507_021.jpg

Image Size: 5587 x 8019 Pixels

Filesize is 51.01MB

Associated Categories: Marianne North

Keywords: art, artist, fig, leaves, marianne north, painting, poison tree, queens land, skeleton like, strangled, trunk