Rival banksia or Wallum banksia. Banksia aemula (Banksia serrata). llustration by C. Curtis (Samuel's daughter?), engraved by Weddell. Handcolored copperplate engraving from Samuel Curtis's "The Curtis Botanical Magazine" 1826.. . Samuel Curtis, cousin and son-in-law to William Curtis, took over the Botanical Magazine in 1826. Samuel re-named it "The Curtis Botanical Magazine" and enlisted the help of William Jackson Hooker, Professor of Botany at Glasgow University. Samuel Curtis' daughters dre | Stock Photo #4409-70828

Stock Photo #4409-70828, Rival banksia or Wallum banksia. Banksia aemula (Banksia serrata). llustration by C. Curtis (Samuel

Stock Photo - Rival banksia or Wallum banksia. Banksia aemula (Banksia serrata). llustration by C. Curtis (Samuel's daughter?), engraved by Weddell. Handcolored copperplate engraving from Samuel Curtis's "The Curtis Botanical Magazine" 1826.. . Samuel Curtis, cousin and son-in-law to William Curtis, took over the Botanical Magazine in 1826. Samuel re-named it "The Curtis Botanical Magazine" and enlisted the help of William Jackson Hooker, Professor of Botany at Glasgow University. Samuel Curtis' daughters dre
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