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dendrobium-00463 - dendrobium galliceanum.jpg
Lindenia : iconographie des orchid_ces. : Linden, Jean Jules, and Bruyne, C. de, and Bungeroth, E., and Cogniaux, Alfred, and Goossens, Alphonse, and Leeuw, S. de, and Linden, Lucien, and Panneel, E., and Pannemaeker, P. de, and Putzys, G., and Rodigas, Emile, and Rolfe, R. A. and Severeyns, G., and Tollenaere, P. de, and Triest, C., and Vanderhaeghen, Eug.,
Volume: v.6 (1890)
Publisher: Gand [Belgium] :Impr. F. Meyer-van Loo, 1885
Public domain. The BHL considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection.
Pieter De Pannemaeker (?-?, worked in 1863), ill. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Berthe_Hoola_van_Nooten38.jpg
Alfred Goossens (1866-1944)