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Plate 510 - Geniostoma rupestra Forster & G. Forster var. Crassum (Cheeseman) Conn. Aspilotum laevigatum. Tegadu Bay, New Zealand 20 October - 22 October 1769

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  • Catalogue title
    Plate 510 - Geniostoma rupestra Forster & G. Forster var. Crassum (Cheeseman) Conn. Aspilotum laevigatum. Tegadu Bay, New Zealand 20 October - 22 October 1769
  • Identifiers
    • 93/47  (Accession Number)
    • Print B218 - Plate 510  (Reference Number)
  • Physical description
    724 x 556 mm
  • Production
  • Medium
    Engraving
  • Format
  • Subject
    Botanical illustration (General Subject)
  • Associated material
    • The florilegium of Captain Cook's first voyage to Australia, 1768 - 1771. Reserve QK 98
    • Captain Cook's florigium. Reserve QK 5
    • Adams, Brian. The flowering of the Pacific. Reserve QK 5
    • Catalogue of the natural history drawings commissioned by Joseph Banks... Reserve QH 46
  • Availability
    • No Known Copyright Restrictions  (Copyright)
    • See pictorial staff  (Access Notes)
  • Citation
    Plate 510 - Geniostoma rupestra Forster & G. Forster var. Crassum (Cheeseman) Conn. Aspilotum laevigatum. Tegadu Bay, New Zealand 20 October - 22 October 1769,Print B218 - Plate 510
  • Notes
    • Drawn by Sydney Parkinson
    • Edition no
    • Printed (using the a la poupee technique) on hand made 330 gsm acid free paper watermarked AHE & protected by a double-fold sheet cut out to form a window mount. Housed in frame 900 x 640.5mm
    • Painted by J. Miller
    • On display in Council Room
    • Engraved by Gabriel Smith

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