banksia marcescens - high resolution image from old book.

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banksia marcescens
species=B. praemorsa
binomial=Banksia praemorsa
Category:Banksia taxa by scientific name praemorsa
Category:Eudicots of Western Australia
Category:Endemic flora of Western Australia
Banksia marcescens
Sirmuellera praemorsa
Banksia praemorsa, commonly known as the cut-leaf banksia, is a species of shrub or tree in the plant genus Banksia. It occurs in a few isolated populations on the south coast of Western Australia between Albany and Cape Riche.

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Width in pixels 3094
Height in pixels 5174
source info Published before 1923.
Description des plantes rares cultivees a Malmaison et a Navarre /par Aime Bonpland. (1812) http://'vxb.opr'/i/9519
Author: Bessa, Pancrace,, Bonpland, Aime?,, Didot, Pierre,, Redoute?, Pierre Joseph,
Publisher: Paris : De l'Impr. de P. Didot l'ai?ne?,