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Licuala peltata, R

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Watercolour on paper, no date (late 18th, early 19th century). Hand painted copy of an illustration commissioned by William Roxburgh. Roxburgh reports in his Flora Indica that this species is ...a native of the woody mountainous parts near Chittagong, which separate that province from the Burma dominions...'. The leaves are used to improve opium burning, the stems for walking sticks

Copyright © The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Media ID 654486

Date: 3rd December 2007

Author: Unknown

Filename: ROX00002233.jpg

Image Size: 3474 x 5016 Pixels

Filesize is 8.99MB

Version 2 is 4.76MB

Associated Categories: William Roxburgh

Associated Categories: Palms

Keywords: 19th century, botanical art, east india company, india, licuala peltata, palm, palmae, useful plants, water colour, watercolour on paper, william roxburgh collection