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Gully, John, 1819-1888 :New Zealand forest (bush) vegetation. / John Gully, 1875. Dunedin, 1877.

Reference Number: PUBL-0010-15

A small clearing in dense New Zealand bush, with tree fern to the left, a young nikau with a short trunk in the centre, the drooping branches of a rimu overhanging it. The tall trees on the left are totara, with epiphytes of kiekie growing from their trunks. The red flower of the mistletoe can be seen at the top of the broken trunk to the right in the foreground.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Chromolithographs, related to Rimu, Kiekie, Native forest, Mistletoes, Tree ferns, Nikau and Totara.

Part of:
Gully, John, 1819-1888 :New Zealand scenery chomolithographed after original water-color drawings by John Gully with descriptive letterpress by Dr Julius von Haast. Dunedin, Henry Wise & Company ; London Marcus Ward & Co., 1877, Reference Number PUBL-0010 (3 digitised items)

Extent: 1 colour art print(s)Chromolithograph, 379 x 307 mm. Single art work

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Other copies available: File PrintIn Drawings & Prints under Artist/Title (DFP-004198)

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