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[Buchanan, John] 1819-1898 :Labiate flowers ... Alpine ... February - March 1863.

Reference Number: E-208-q-058

Four flowering alpine plants, one found not in flower, all with botanical details (but not names) alongside them. One botanical drawing of apple or something similar in blossomTop sheet shows two plants, one natural size and one enlarged, one of a plant found 20 February 1863 at altitude 7000 feet, with a calyx inferior of two sepals, and stamen inserted below seed vessel, growing in close dense patches; the other plant is found in Jan-March at altitude 5000-7000 feet.Sheet at centre left shows a plant found on March 10, 1863, and one at the bottom right is an alpine plant found at 5000 feet.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Natural history drawings, Watercolours and Pencil works, related to Mountain plants and Apples.

Part of:
[Buchanan, John] 1819-1898 :Scrapbook, Reference Number E-208-q (88 digitised items)

Extent: 1 drawing(s)Four sheets, watercolour and pencil, various sizes, glued to page, 295 x 226 mm. Art works

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