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Botanical specimen, Quintinia sieberi, Kurrajong, New South Wales, acquired 1890

Quintinia Sieberi; Locality: Tomah, Kurrajong (SB). Piece Quintinia Sieberi (LC).

Summary

Object No.

D1245

Object Statement

Botanical specimen, Quintinia sieberi, Kurrajong, New South Wales, acquired 1890

Physical Description

Quintinia Sieberi; Locality: Tomah, Kurrajong (SB). Piece Quintinia Sieberi (LC).

Production

Notes

Acquired in 1890, indicating the date made was before this time.

Source

Credit Line

Presented by Rev Dr W Woolls, 1890

Acquisition Date

14 November 1890

Cite this Object

Harvard

Botanical specimen, Quintinia sieberi, Kurrajong, New South Wales, acquired 1890 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 8 December 2019, <https://ma.as/221126>

Wikipedia

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