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Surinam quassia wood (Quassia amara): flowering stem and leaf. Coloured zincograph, c. 1853, after M. Burnett.

  • Burnett, M. A., active 1850.
Date
[1853]
Reference
24016i
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Description

Surinam quassia wood is a source of bitters, vermifuge and poison in fly-papers

Publication/Creation

London : James Sangster & Co., [1853]

Physical description

1 print : zincograph, with watercolour

Lettering

Quassia amara Bitter quassia

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 24016i

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Languages

  • Latin
  • English


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