Pseuderanthemum variabile (Acanthaceae) - Plate 250

Joseph Banks

Australia (Parts 1 - 15)

Line engraving by Gabriel Smith, after Sydney Parkinson (1770) and J.F. Miller (1773). Joseph Banks and his party saw this species at: Bustard Bay, Australia (22 May - 24 May 1770) Thirsty Sound, Australia (29 May - 31 May 1770) Endeavour River, Australia (17 June - 4 August 1770) This species with its white-to-pink flowers, which impressed Solander with their shape, occurs widely in eastern Australia and extends accros into the Northern Territory. The plants have an underground root-like stem system from which several short flowering branches arise.

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