Aloe africana Georg Dionysius Ehret
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Botanical study of Aloe africana, flore rubro, folio maculis albicantibus an utraque parte notato [modern taxonomy Aloe saponaria or Aloe maculata, also known as the Soap Aloe or the Zebra Aloe], native to South Africa. The study shows the stalk, flower, and leaves of the succulent plant, with further detail of two flowers falling from the plant, one showing the stamens of the flower. Original: ink and watercolour on paper. c.1735.
- Image reference: RS-10979
- Royal Society
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