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Botanical model of deadly nightshade

Flower model of deadly nightshade mounted on a wooden, square stand. The flower comprises a thick stem with dark green leaves, which are oval in shape, and pointed at the tips. The flower itself has a green bottom which merges into a purple middle and top with five large removable teeth or lobes, showing the prominent veins of the walls of the flower, which also appear on the leaves. In the centre of the flower are the buds of the berries, green in colour, and the stigma.
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