White lupin (Lupinus albus): entire flowering plant with pod. Coloured etching by C. Pierre, c. 1865, after P. Naudin.
- Naudin, Philibert, active 1870.
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White lupin is used as cattle food, the seeds are edible roasted and somtimes ground as coffee substitutes
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