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Foliage, Flowers, and Fruit of a Queensland Tree, and Black Coc

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Foliage, Flowers, and Fruit of a Queensland Tree, and Black Cockatoo.-Macadamia ternifolia, F. Muell., belongs to the Proteaceae, and is closely allied to Helicia, which extends northward to Oil on board, no date. According to the Official Guide to the North Gallery, Fifth Edition, 1892; India, China, and Japan. This bird (Calyptorhynchus Banksii) alone has a beak strong enough to crack the nuts of the Macadamia

Copyright © RBG KEW

Media ID 654409

Date: 3rd December 2007

Author: North, Marianne (1830-1890)

Filename: NOR_M_790_060915pl790.jpg

Image Size: 4748 x 6858 Pixels

Filesize is 28.06MB

Version 2 is 12.37MB

Associated Categories: Marianne North

Keywords: 19th century, animal, australia, bird, explorer, food, marianne north, nut, paintings, proteaceae, queens land, s eed, tree, women artists