Dendrobium gracilicaule, pale yellow orchid native of eastern Australia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations. | Stock Photo #4409-71680

Stock Photo #4409-71680, Dendrobium gracilicaule, pale yellow orchid native of eastern Australia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker

Stock Photo - Dendrobium gracilicaule, pale yellow orchid native of eastern Australia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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