Botanical drawings

Botanical drawings – Ceropegia woodii



Ceropegia woodii Schltr. = Ceropegia linearis ssp. woodii Schltr.

Depiction from ‘K. Schumann: Ceropegia woodii Schlechter. Gartenflora 50: 225-226. 1901’

Botanical drawings – Ceropegia tuberosa



Ceropegia tuberosa Roxb. = Ceropegia candelabrum L.

Depiction from: ‘J. S. Kerner: Hortus sempervirens; Exhibens Icones Plantarum Selectiorum quot quot Ad vivorum Exemplorum normam reddere licuit. Vol. 6. Stuttgartiae: Typis Academiae Carolinae 1800’

(This image is in the public domain because its copyright has expired.)

Botanical drawings – Ceropegia africana



Ceropegia africana R. Br.

Depiction from: ‘Edwards’s Botanical Register. Vol. 8. London: James Ridgway 1822’

Botanical drawings – Ceropegia ciliata



Ceropegia ciliata Wight

Depiction from: ‘R. Wight: Icones Plantarum Indiae Orientalis. Madras: published by J.B. Pharoah for the author 1840-1853′

Botanical drawings – Ceropegia acuminata



Ceropegia acuminata Roxb. = Ceropegia bulbosa Roxb.

Depiction from: ‘William Roxburgh: Plants of the coast of Coromandel: selected from drawings and descriptions presented to the hon. court of directors of the East India Company. Vol. 1. London: printed by W. Bulmer and Co. for G. Nicol, Bookseller 1795’

Botanical drawings – Ceropegia thwaitesii



Ceropegia thwaitesii Hook.

Depiction from: ‘P. F. Fyson: The flora of the Nilgiri and Pulney hill-tops. Madras: printed by the Supt., Govt. Press 1915-1920′

Botanical drawings – Ceropegia gardneri



Ceropegia gardneri Hook. = Ceropegia elegans Wall.

Depiction from: ‘Curtis’s Botanical Magazine 88. 1862’

Botanical drawings – Ceropegia oculata



Ceropegia oculata Hook.

Depiction from: ‘Curtis’s Botanical Magazine 70. 1844’

Botanical drawings – Ceropegia woodii



Ceropegia woodii Schltr. = Ceropegia linearis ssp. woodii Schltr.

Depiction from: ‘Curtis’s Botanical Magazine 126. 1900′

the old picture – Ceropegia parviflora


Ceropegia parviflora Trimen = Ceropegia maculata Bedd.

Depiction from: ‘Henry Trimen: A Hand-Book to the Flora of Ceylon: containing descriptions of all the species of flowering plants indigenous to the island, and notes on their history, distribution, and uses: with an atlas of plates illustrating some of the more interesting species. III: Valerianaceae – Balanophoraceae. London: Dulau & Co. 1895’

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