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Acaulis Collection

Acaulis, a word that encompasses various species of plants and flowers. From Spiderwort to Stemless gentian, this term represents the beauty found in nature's creations

Background imageAcaulis Collection: DDE-90034081

DDE-90034081
Norway, Svalbard Archipelago, Spitsbergen, St. Johnsfjorden. Moss campion, Silene acaulis, wildflowers growing on the tundra

Background imageAcaulis Collection: DDE-90034060

DDE-90034060
Norway, Svalbard Archipelago, Spitsbergen, St. Johnsfjorden. Moss campion, Silene acaulis, wildflowers growing on the tundra

Background imageAcaulis Collection: DDE-90033672

DDE-90033672
Norway, Svalbard, Edgeoya Island, Moss Campion flowers (Silene acaulis) blossom in tundra along Habenichtbukta Bay on summer afternoon Date: 17/07/2007

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Flowers for Rockwork (chromolitho)

Flowers for Rockwork (chromolitho)
5219618 Flowers for Rockwork (chromolitho) by Low, Marie (fl.1898); Private Collection; (add.info.: Flowers for Rockwork. Illustration for The Flower Growers Guide by John Wright (Virtue)

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Spiderwort, Tradescantia crassifolia var. acaulis

Spiderwort, Tradescantia crassifolia var. acaulis (Iridescent tradescantia, Tradescantia iridescens). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by G. Barclay after W. B

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Dwarf thistle, Cirsium acaulon

Dwarf thistle, Cirsium acaulon (Carduus acaulis). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by James Sowerby from James Smiths English Botany, London, 1794

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Stemless gentian, Gentiana acaulis

Stemless gentian, Gentiana acaulis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving after a drawing by James Sowerby for James Smiths English Botany, 1806

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Gentian species

Gentian species
Jagged-flowered gentian, Gentiana crinita, fringe-flowered gentian, Gentiana ciliata, Caucasian gentian, G. caucasica, spring gentian, G. verna, and common gentianella, G. acaulis

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Stemless carline thistle, Carlina acaulis

Stemless carline thistle, Carlina acaulis, and wild safflower, Carthamus oxyacanthus. Handcoloured woodblock engraving of a botanical illustration from Adam Lonicers Krauterbuch, or Herbal

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Dichorisandra acaulis in flower pot

Dichorisandra acaulis in flower pot. Chromolithograph by P. de Pannemaeker after an illustration by A. Goossens from Jean Lindens l Illustration Horticole, Brussels, 1894

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Gentian, clavaria, centipede and scarab beetle

Gentian, clavaria, centipede and scarab beetle
Stemless gentian, Gentiana acaulis 1, Clavaria ophioglossoides 2, centipede, Geophilus walckenaerii 3 and scarab beetle, Geotrupes momus 4. Gentiane, Geoglosse, Geophile, Geotrupe

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Evening primrose, Oenothera acaulis

Evening primrose, Oenothera acaulis. Handcoloured lithograph from Louis van Houtte and Charles Lemaires Flowers of the Gardens and Hothouses of Europe, Flore des Serres et des Jardins de l Europe

Background imageAcaulis Collection: African daisy, Arctotis acaulis

African daisy, Arctotis acaulis var. speciosa. Handcoloured lithograph from Louis van Houtte and Charles Lemaires Flowers of the Gardens and Hothouses of Europe

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Blue gentian, Gentiana acaulis

Blue gentian, Gentiana acaulis
Le Gentian blue. Blue gentian, Gentiana acaulis, with white-lined sphinx moth, Hyles lineata. Handcoloured etching from Pierre Joseph Buchoz Collection precieuse et enluminee des fleurs les plus

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Violet cress, Cochlearia acaulis

Violet cress, Cochlearia acaulis (Stemless violet-cress, Ionopsidium acaule). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by George Barclay after an illustration by Miss Sarah Drake from Edwards Botanical

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Large-flowered gentian or gentianella, Gentiana acaulis

Large-flowered gentian or gentianella, Gentiana acaulis. Handcolured copperplate engraving after a botanical illustration from William Curtis The Botanical Magazine, Lambeth Marsh, London, 1787

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Double lilac primrose, Primula vulgaris

Double lilac primrose, Primula vulgaris (Primula acaulis fl. pleno carneo). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Sansom from William Curtis Botanical Magazine, London, 1793

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Curtis British Entomology Plate 206

Curtis British Entomology Plate 206
Hymenoptera: Dryinus cursor = Anteon cursor (Irish Dryinus) [Plant: Cirsium acaule (Carduus acaulis, Dwarf Thistle)] Date: 1824-39

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Curtis British Entomology Plate 109

Curtis British Entomology Plate 109
Lepidoptera: Crambus radiellus = Catoptria furcatellus (Northern Grass-veneer) [Plant: Silene acaulis (Moss Catchfly)] Date: 1824-39

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Plants / Cnicus Acaulis

Plants / Cnicus Acaulis
DWARF THISTLE Date: 1894

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Moss Campion (Silene acaulis) in Svalbard, Norway, Europe

Moss Campion (Silene acaulis) in Svalbard, Norway, Europe

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Picture No. 11014739

Picture No. 11014739
Moss Campion / Cushion Pink Iceland (Silene acaulis) Date:

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Picture No. 11014738

Picture No. 11014738
Moss Campion / Cushion Pink Iceland (Silene acaulis) Date:

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Picture No. 10890484

Picture No. 10890484
Moss Campion -on flat ground - with habitat beyond (Silene acaulis) Date:

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Picture No. 10890481

Picture No. 10890481
Moss Campion (Silene acaulis) Date:

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Picture No. 10899647

Picture No. 10899647
Trumpet gentian - Group on hillside (Gentiana acaulis) Date:

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Picture No. 10896452

Picture No. 10896452
Gentian - Flowers (Gentiana acaulis) Date:

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Moss Campion (Silene acaulis) - Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska

Moss Campion (Silene acaulis) - Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Silene Acaulis (Moss Campion)

Silene Acaulis (Moss Campion), a mountain-dwelling wildflower of the Caryophyllaceae family, with pink flowers, growing in a rocky setting

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Gentiana Acaulis (Stemless Gentian)

Gentiana Acaulis (Stemless Gentian), a perennial plant of the Gentianaceae family, growing in mountain regions. The trumpet shaped flowers are bright blue

Background imageAcaulis Collection: Plants / Gentiana Acaulis

Plants / Gentiana Acaulis
or Gentianella, Large-Flowered Gentian


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Acaulis, a word that encompasses various species of plants and flowers. From Spiderwort to Stemless gentian, this term represents the beauty found in nature's creations. DDE-90034081, DDE-90034060, and DDE-90033672 are codes that may seem random at first glance but hold the key to unlocking the world of acaulis. These numbers serve as identifiers for different varieties within this category. Flowers for Rockwork (chromolitho) is an artistic representation capturing the essence of acaulis. The vibrant colors and intricate details showcase its allure. Spiderwort, Tradescantia crassifolia var. Acaulis, stands tall with its long slender stems adorned with delicate purple petals. Its elegance adds grace to any garden or landscape. Dwarf thistle, Cirsium acaulon, boasts prickly leaves and vibrant purple blooms atop its stemless structure. A symbol of resilience in harsh environments. Stemless gentian, Gentiana acaulis, showcases stunning blue blossoms that captivate all who lay eyes upon them. This species thrives in mountainous regions where it brings joy to hikers and explorers alike. Gentian species encompass various types within the genus Gentiana; each one unique yet sharing common traits like their stemlessness and striking floral displays. Stemless carline thistle, Carlina acaulis, is another member of the acaulis family known for its spiky appearance and golden flower heads that bloom throughout summer months. Dichorisandra acaulis in flower pot portrays how even indoors we can appreciate the wonders of this plant variety. Its exotic blooms add an element of intrigue to any living space. Gentians attract not only human admirers but also clavaria fungi along with centipede and scarab beetles who find shelter or sustenance amidst their petals. A testament to the interconnectedness of nature.