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91. Papaw Trees at Gongo, Brazil.

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The Papaw (carica Papaya, L.) is a tropical American tree now commonly cultivated in warm countries. Its stem is usually unbranched and grows about twenty feet high, bearing a crown of foliage, beneath which hangs the fruit. The fruit is represented

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Media ID 4500525

Date: 25th January 2011

Filename: MN_091_004440LA090729_00098.jpg

Image Size: 8040 x 5448 Pixels

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Associated Categories: Marianne North

Keywords:  art  artist  brazil  fruit  gongo  landscape  marianne north  mountains  painting  papaw