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Hetley, Georgina Burne, 1832-1898 :Loranthus adamsii. Plate 12. Leighton Brothers lith. [1888]

Reference Number: PUBL-0059-12

A branch of a flowering bush, with spiky pink flowers, described in the accompanying text: "This is a new species of loranthus which has never been figured before. It was discovered by Mr James Adams of the Thames Gold Fields, who kindly obtained this specimen for me. It is a small bush, two to three feet in height. The flowers are rather large, one and a half to two inches long, and of a very peculiar shape. It flowers in September and October."

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1 image, categorised under Chromolithographs and Natural history prints, related to Georgina Burne Hetley and Loranthaceae.

Part of:
Hetley, Georgina Burne, 1832-1898 :The native flowers of New Zealand illustrated in colours ... by Mrs Charles Hetley. London, Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington, 1888., Reference Number PUBL-0059 (2 digitised items)

Extent: 1 colour art print(s)Chromolithograph, 373 x 270 mm (in bound volume). Art works

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