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Amargo or Bitterwood (Quassia amara), Simarubaceae, small tree, cultivated for application purposes, native to Guyane, watercolor, 1868.

UNSPECIFIED - CIRCA 1900: Herbal, 18th-19th century. Iconographia Taurinensis. Volume LXIV, table 124 by Maddalena Lisa Mussino: Amargo or Bitterwood (Quassia amara) Simarubaceae. Small tree, cultivated for application purposes, native to Guyane. Watercolour, 1868. (Photo By DEA / G. CIGOLINI/De Agostini via Getty Images)
Amargo or Bitterwood (Quassia amara), Simarubaceae, small tree, cultivated for application purposes, native to Guyane, watercolor, 1868.

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Credit:
DEA / G. CIGOLINI / Contributor
Editorial #:
122218833
Collection:
De Agostini
Date created:
01 January, 1900
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Source:
De Agostini Editorial
Barcode:
110172217
Object name:
10373797