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Good King Henry Featured Plants and Fungi Image

Good King Henry

Chenopodium bonus Henricus, Good King Henry. REGNAULT Nicolas Francois (1746-c.1810) and Genevive de Nangis REGNAULT (b.1746). La Botanique mise a la portee de tout le Monde: ou collection des Plantes d'usage dans la Medecine, dans les Alimens et dans les Arts. Vol. 3, 1774. Tab. 8, t. 008


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Black truffle Featured Plants and Fungi Image

Black truffle

Tuber melanosporum as Tuber cibarium. Black truffle, Perigord truffle, French black truffle. Illustration from Coloured figures of English fungi or mushrooms, London, 1797 - 1803 by James Sowerby, Vol. 3, 1801, Tab. 309, t. 309


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Seedlings of Cinchona succirubra, India, 1861 Featured Plants and Fungi Image

Seedlings of Cinchona succirubra, India, 1861

Seedlings of Cinchona succirubra, photographed on arrival in Ootacamund, southern India, 9 April 1861. Collected by Richard Spruce in Ecuador, the plants were received by WIlliam McIvor, a former Kew gardener, who was superintendent of the Botanic Garden in Ootacamund, where he successfully cultivated the red bark trees. Extracts of the bark of Cinchona produced quinine, a malaria medicine