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Product images of 504. Group of Flowers, painted in Teneriffe.
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504. Group of Flowers, painted in Teneriffe.
The cactus (Opuntia Dillenii, Haw.) lying in front of the vase is cultivated for its spines, which are used to fasten the bags of cochineal insects to another kind of cactus, on which the insects feed (see 522). The birds are Agapornis pullaria. The reddish bell-shaped flowers are those of Canarina Campanula, L., a plant peculiar to the Canary Islands ; and the showy violet-blue flowers are apparently those of an Iochroma, an American genus of Solanaceae.
- Image reference: MN_504
- The Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens; Kew