Aloe africana Georg Dionysius Ehret
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Botanical study of Aloe africana, folio triangulo longissimo & angustissimo, floribus luteis foetidis [modern taxonomy Kniphofia uvaria, also known as Tritoma, Torch Lily, or Red Hot Poker, native to South Africa. The study shows the stalk, leaves and flower of the succulent plant, with further detail of two flowers, one partially open, and one revealing the stamen. Original: ink and watercolour on paper. c.1735.
- Image reference: RS-10990
- Royal Society
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