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    • 1633

    Compiled by Gerard from works by Turner, Rembert Dodoens, Iacobus Theodorus, Pena and L'Obel, this English botanical book includes numerous woodcuts of plants. The lavishly illustrated title page is engraved by John…

    • 1817-Apr-02

    Illustrated with 20 hand-colored plates, Conversations on Botany is composed as a series of conversations between a mother and son about the principles of the Linnaean system of classification and elements of useful…

    • 1930-Jan-08

    Close-up view of a sterile culture of small phanerogams, also known as spermatophytes or seed plants, at the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Fixed Nitrogen Research Laboratory located in Washington, D.C. The…

    • 1930-Jan-08

    Close-up view of an alsike clover plant at the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Fixed Nitrogen Research Laboratory located in Washington, D.C. Notably, the root of the plant is growing from the pedicel (i.e. the stem…

    • 1817-Apr-02

    Hand-colored lithograph of the common daisy, Bellis perennis. Class Syngenesia, order Polygamia superflua.

    • 1817-Apr-02

    Hand-colored lithograph illustrating the class Cryptogamia, containing a fern, moss, lichen, seaweed, and mushroom.

    • 1817-Apr-02

    Hand-colored lithograph of tutsan, Hypericum androsaemum. Class Polyadelphia, order Polyandria.

    • 1817-Apr-02

    Hand-colored lithograph of common mallow, Malva sylvestris. Class Monadelphia, order Polyandria.

    • 1817-Apr-02

    Hand-colored lithograph of birdsfoot trefoil, Lotus corniculatus. Class Diadelphia, order Decandria.

    • 1817-Apr-02

    Hand-colored lithograph of common wallflower, Cheiranthus cheiri. Class Tetradynamia, order Siliquosa.

    • 1817-Apr-02

    Hand-colored lithograph of the common red poppy, Papaver rhoeas. Class Polyandria, order Monogynia.

    • 1817-Apr-02

    Hand-colored lithograph of ground ivy, Glechoma hederacea. Class Didynamia, order Gymnospermia.

    • 1817-Apr-02

    Hand-colored lithograph of common dog rose, Rosa canina. Class Icosandria, order Polygynia.

    • 1817-Apr-02

    Hand-colored lithograph of corn cockle, Agrostemma githago. Class Decandria, order Pentagynia.

    • 1817-Apr-02

    Hand-colored lithograph of common houseleek, Sempervivum tectorum. Class Dodecandria, order Dodecagynia.

    • 1817-Apr-02

    Hand-colored lithograph of flowering rush, Butomus umbellatus. Class Enneandria, order Hexagynia.

    • 1817-Apr-02

    Hand-colored lithograph of common mezereon, Daphne mezereum. Class Octandria, order Monogynia.

    • 1817-Apr-02

    Hand-colored lithograph of snowdrop, Galanthus nivalis. Class Hexandria, order Monogynia.

    • 1817-Apr-02

    Hand-colored lithograph with examples of the 24 botanical taxonomic classes: Monandria, Diandria, Triandria, Tetrandria, Pentandria, Hexandria, Heptandria, Octandria, Enneandria, Decandria, Dodecandria, Icosandria,…

    • 1817-Apr-02

    Hand-colored lithograph of spring crocus, Crocus vernus. Class Triandria, order Monogynia.

    • 1817-Apr-02

    Hand-colored lithograph of common holly, Ilex aquifolium. Class Tetrandria, order Tetragynia.

    • 1817-Apr-02

    Hand-colored lithograph illustrating the parts of a flower, using the example of the common wallflower. Included parts are the flower, cup, corolla or blossom, stamen, pistil, seed-vessel, and receptacle.

    • 1817-Apr-02

    Hand-colored lithograph of water mouse ear, Myosotis palustris, now known as the water forget-me-not. Class Pentandria, order Monogynia.

    • 1817-Apr-02

    Hand-colored lithograph of germander speedwell, Veronica chamaedrys. Class Diandria, order Monogynia.