1767 Plate of plants from James Petiver

1767 Plate of plants from James Petiver

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Credit: PAUL D STEWART/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Small herbaceous plants - desert or succulent. Plate 89, Published 1767, London for "Jacobi Petiveri Opera, Historiam Naturalem Spectantia." by James Petiver. James Petiver (1665–1718) was a Naturalist and London apothecary, a Fellow of the Royal Society and a principle member of London's informal Temple Coffee House Botany Club. He is famous for his study of botany and entomology.

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