Bark of the Red Gum Tree by Frederick Polydor Nodder

Bark of the Red Gum Tree

Frederick Polydor Nodder

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Bark of the Red Gum Tree

Frederick Polydor Nodder

Botanical studies of the bark and fruit of the Red Mahogany (Eucalyptus resinifera) native to Australia. Plate 25 from Journal of a voyage to New South John White (J.Debrett, London, 1790). The accompanying text states that: "This is a very large and lofty tree, much exceeding the English oak in size. The wood is extremely brittle, and, from the large quantity of resinous gum which it contains, is of little use but for firewood." The plate is inscribed: "F.P.Nodder, delin. Bark of the Red Gum Tree. London Published as the Act directs Dec: 29, 1789, by I.Debrett."

Original: copperplate engraving. 1790

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