WILD FLOWERS:Crowfoot Fennel Bitter-Cress Sand-Wort St.John Tutsan.SOWERBY, 1890

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Antiqua Print Gallery / Alamy Stock Photo
Image ID: G669HH
'Order 1. Ranunculaceae. Genus 6. Ranunculus. Crowfoot. Fig. 1601. R. Circinatus. Flat-leaved Water Crowfoot; Fig. 1602. R. Fluitans; Fig. 1603. R. Coenosus. Mud Crowfoot; Fig. 1604. R. Tripartitus; Fig. 1605. R. Floribundus. Large-flowered Water Crowfoot; Fig. 1606. R. Drouetii; Fig. 1607. R. Baudotii; Fig. 1608. R. Trichophyllus. Water Fennel; Order VI. Cruciferae. Genus 19. Cardamine. Bitter-Cress. Fig. 1609. C. Hirsuta. Hairy Bitter-Cress; Order V. Fumariaceae. Genus 1. Fumaria. Fumitory. Fig.1610. F. Micrantha; Fig. 1611. F. Vaillantii; Fig. 1612. F. Pallidiflora; Order IX. Violaceae. Genus 1. Viola. Violet. Fig. 1613. V. Canina. Dog Violet; Fig. 1614. V. Stagnina; Order XIII. Caryophyllaceae. Genus 2. Dianthus. Pink. Fig. 1615. D. Plumarius; Fig. 1616. C. Pumilum; Genus 14. Arenaria. Sand-Wort; Fig. 1617. A. Leptoclados; Fig. 1618. A. Stricta; Order XV. Malvaceae. Genus 2. Malva. Mallow. Fig. 1619. M. Veritcillata; Order XVII. Hypericaceae. Genus 1. Hypericum. St. John's Wort. Fig.1 620. H. Androsaemum. Wild Tutsan'. Artist/engraver/cartographer: John Sowerby. Provenance: "British Wild Flowers"; Illustrated by John E. Sowerby, by C. Pierpoint Johnson, Published by Gurney and Jackson, London. Type: Antique engraved print with original hand colouring.