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 Seaweeds of Jersey. A pressed plant souvenir from circa 1850. Most likely collected and mounted by a woman.   (Shared with kind permission from The University of Oxford Herbaria.)

Seaweeds of Jersey. A pressed plant souvenir from circa 1850. Most likely collected and mounted by a woman.

(Shared with kind permission from The University of Oxford Herbaria.)

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 Leaves collected with my parents in their garden. (Lower Heyford, Oxfordshire, UK.) The front and back of the leaves are shown for identification.  (Pressing notes: browning of leaves due to slow drying, curling of leaves due to not being dry before mounting.)

Leaves collected with my parents in their garden. (Lower Heyford, Oxfordshire, UK.) The front and back of the leaves are shown for identification.

(Pressing notes: browning of leaves due to slow drying, curling of leaves due to not being dry before mounting.)

  http://landings.space    #Landings2019
instax 2.png
map for web 2.png
front souvenir.png
 Seaweeds of Jersey. A pressed plant souvenir from circa 1850. Most likely collected and mounted by a woman.   (Shared with kind permission from The University of Oxford Herbaria.)
back souvenir ribbon.png
souvenir folded web copy.png
poem tied souvenir.png
crypowhite.png
curtis botanist scaled.png
map for web 1.png
 Leaves collected with my parents in their garden. (Lower Heyford, Oxfordshire, UK.) The front and back of the leaves are shown for identification.  (Pressing notes: browning of leaves due to slow drying, curling of leaves due to not being dry before mounting.)

http://landings.space

#Landings2019

Seaweeds of Jersey. A pressed plant souvenir from circa 1850. Most likely collected and mounted by a woman.

(Shared with kind permission from The University of Oxford Herbaria.)

Leaves collected with my parents in their garden. (Lower Heyford, Oxfordshire, UK.) The front and back of the leaves are shown for identification.

(Pressing notes: browning of leaves due to slow drying, curling of leaves due to not being dry before mounting.)

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