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Dysoxylum spectabile (Kohekohe) Dysoxylum spectabile (Kohekohe)
Handcoloured lithograph on cream paper with card backing. The print is a botanical illustration of a tree with flowers and fruit. A leaf stem is depicted with odd pinnate formation. The green leaf blades are oval-shaped with pinnate venation. A brown ringed trunk is depicted with a hanging branching cluster of flowers. The white flowers have small curled petals radiating out from tubular centres. Some flowers are depicted as small green oval buds. The round green fruit capsules are in a cluster on petioles.

The print is titled "Dysoxylum spectabile. (Kohe-kohe)" and "A handsome forest tree 40-50 feet high, common in the North Island. Flowers waxy-white. Flowers and ripe berries on the tree at the same time. Berries green, with orange colour seeds".
Rannunculus lyallii (Mt. Cook lily) Rannunculus lyallii (Mt. Cook lily)
Handcoloured lithograph on cream paper with card backing. The print is a botanical illustration of part of a plant with flowers. Two round leaves are depicted with wavy margins and rotate venation, attached centrally to long thick petioles. Several flower stalks are depicted with stems seeming to pierce the lobed leaves. The flowers have long wedge-shaped petals radiating out from a centre of multiple orange stamens, on green pedicels. Some flowers are depicted as white buds with pointed green sepals.

The print is titled "Rannunculus Lyallii. (Mount Cook Lily)" and "A very handsome plant two to four feet high. Leaves often fifteen inches in diameter. Flowers waxy-white two to four inches in diameter. Milford Sound, Lyall and Southern Alps. The most noble species of the genus".
Dianella intermedia (Blueberry) Turutu Dianella intermedia (Blueberry) Turutu
Handcoloured lithograph on cream paper with card backing. The print is a botanical illustration of a plant with fruit and an insect. Long, narrow spear-shaped leaf blades point upwards and outwards from a central base. There are several long slender branching brown stems with dark blue, oval-shaped berries. A butterfly or moth is depicted on a berry stalk with beige wings with a series of grey-blue dots along the outer edge.

The print is titled "Dianella intermedia. (Blue berry)" and on a piece of paper affixed to paper "TURUTU" and "A grass like plant. Leaves 1-5 feet long, very slender, much branched stems, flowers small greenish white, berries a lovely blue. More common and finer in the North than Middle Islands, frequent in fern lands and woods".
Electryon excelsum (Titoki) Electryon excelsum (Titoki)
Handcoloured lithograph on cream paper with card backing. The print is a botanical illustration of part of a tree with fruit. Two brown stems are depicted, one with compound leaves, both alternate and opposite on petioles. The green oval leaf blades taper to a long point, with pinnate venation. The fruit is in wide-spaced clusters on brown stalks in a variety of stages, from closed brown capsules to split capsules containing bright red aril with black centres, representing the seed.

The print is titled "Electryon excelsum. (TÄ«toki)" and "A lofty tree common in the forest of North and South Islands. The only species of the genus and confined to New Zealand. Berries bright scarlet with one black shining seed." and ""Nor yet, had the Electryon's beads of jet, Each on its scarlet strawberry set." Domett."
Lomaria procera (syn. Blechnum procerum) Kio kio Lomaria procera (syn. Blechnum procerum) Kio kio
Handcoloured lithograph on cream paper with card backing. The print is a botanical illustration of parts of a fern. Several green frond stems are depicted with odd pinnate formation, with brown petioles. The green and brown leaflets are lance-shaped with finely toothed edges and pinnate venation.

The print is titled "Lomaria procera." and on a piece of paper affixed to paper "(syn. Blechnum procerum) KIOKIO" and "One of the most variable of ferns."
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