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Icones pictae plantarum rariorum descriptionibus et observationibus illustratae / Auctore J.E. Smith, M.D. Fasc. 1-3.  Volume 1 of 1

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  1. Antirrhinum reticulata Linaria reticulatapurplenet toadflaxView illustrationPlant info
  2. Convolvulus speciosus Ipomoea speciosaView illustrationPlant info
  3. Epidendrum barringtoniae Lycaste barringtoniaebee orchidView illustrationPlant info
  4. Epidendrum triptera Coelia tripteradwarf butterfly orchidView illustrationPlant info
  5. Euphorbia punicea Euphorbia puniceaView illustrationPlant info
  6. Exacum viscosum Exacum viscosumView illustrationPlant info
  7. Hedera capitatus Hedera capitatusView illustrationPlant info
  8. Hydrangea hortensis Hydrangea macrophyllaFrench hydrangeaView illustrationPlant info
  9. Justicia coccinea Pachystachys coccineapachystachysView illustrationPlant info
  10. Ligusticum cornubiensis Physospermum cornubienseView illustrationPlant info
  11. Oxalis versicolor Oxalis versicolorView illustrationPlant info
  12. Passiflora lunata Passiflora bifloratwoflower passionflowerView illustrationPlant info
  13. Pelargonium crithmifolium Pelargonium crithmifoliumView illustrationPlant info
  14. Pergularia odoratissima Telosma odoratissimaView illustrationPlant info
  15. Portlandia grandiflora Portlandia grandifloraView illustrationPlant info
  16. Sisyrinchium striatum Sisyrinchium striatumView illustrationPlant info
  17. Tradescantia discolor Rhoeo spathaceaboatlilyView illustrationPlant info
  18. Wachendorfia paniculata Wachendorfia paniculataView illustrationPlant info
 
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