Ricinus indicus Georg Dionysius Ehret
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Botanical study of Ricinus indicus, fructu rugoso, non echinato [modern taxonomy Ricinus communis, also known as the castor oil plant, native to southeastern Mediterranean Basin, Eastern Africa, and India. The composite study shows the stalk, leaves and flower of the succulent plant, alongside an enlarged study of seed pods on the plant's stalk. Original: ink and watercolour on paper. c.1735.
- Image reference: RS-10996
- Royal Society
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