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Our Rubus Collection of Images

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 86 pictures in our Our Rubus Collection of Images collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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Plant watercolours by Elizabeth Twining

From a bound volume watercolour drawings of plants : including the originals for her 'Illustrations of the Natural Order of Plants'. Watercolour on paper. c. 1840s by Elizabeth Twining (1805-1889). Held in the Library and Archives Date: circa 1840

© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum

Angiosperm, Angiospermae, Art, Avens, Blackberry, Botany, Bracteate Rose, Cabbage Province Rose, Cabbage Rose, Centifolia Rose, China Rose, Common Blackberry, Dicot, Dicotyledon, Dog Rose, Elizabeth Twining, Eudicot, Eurosid, Fabidae, Female, Feminine, Floral, Flowering Plant, Fragaria, Fragaria Vesca, Geum, Geum Rivale, Historical, History, Illustration, Images Of Nature, Magnoliophyta, Moss Rose, Plant, Romantic, Rosa, Rosa Bracteata, Rosa Canina, Rosa Centifolia, Rosa Chinensis, Rosa Indica, Rosa Punicea, Rosa Sulphurea, Rosaceae, Rosales, Rose, Rosid, Rubus, Rubus Fruticosus, Strawberry, Twining, Water Avens, Wild Briar Rose, Women Artists, Woodland Strawberry

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Raspberry variety, Lord Beaconsfield, Rubus idaeus

Raspberry variety, Lord Beaconsfield, Rubus idaeus. . Drawn by J. L. Macfarlane, chromolithograph from The Florist and Pomologist Robert Hogg, London, published from 1878 to 1884. 251 hand-coloured and chromolithographic plates of fruit and flowers. Drawn by Walter Hood Fitch, Miss E. Regel, and J.L. Macfarlane, lithographed by G. Severeyns and Stroobant, Belgium.

© Florilegius / Mary Evans

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Mammoth wasp (Megascolia maculata)

Mammoth wasp (Megascolia maculata) female and a Sloe hairstreak (Satyrium acaciae) on a Bramble stem. Female Mammoth wasps can grow to 6 cm long. They are parasites of European rhinoceros beetle larvae: they lay an egg in a larva's outer skin and when the egg hatches the wasp larva will feed on its host. Maures Mountains, Var, southeastern France

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