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Peach: Imperatrice Nectarine, Pitmaston Orange D. and Walburton Admirable Peach. After Augusta Withers.
Globe, White and Purple Jerusalem Artichokes.
Fig (Ficus caricae): Dissection of the Fruit and seed: With detailed description in Latin.
Agaricus (two varieties), Russula and Lentinus.
Sorbe or Service apple: Tree branch, whole fruit and segment purchased at Hammersmith market in 1752
French beans: Runner beans, Dwarf beans and Climbing beans.
Lombard (Enfarine Noir) grape from Jura.
Grenache Blanc grape of the Rhone.
Marguerite and La Constante.
Orange Peach, amygdalus perssica with the Small Ermine Moth, phalena euonymella.
With details of fruit and ten specimens of fruit flies.
Reine Claude Violette.
Papaw (Custard Apple): Branch with fruit and Carabus insects. Engraved by John Pass.
Agaricus Campestris (Field mushroom). Edible.
Cocoa and Naseberry (Manilkara zapota)
Russula (two varieties), Bulgaria, Agaricus, Coprinus and Hygrophorus.
Pears: Saint Germain, Colmar and Brown Beurree.
Breadfruit: From Capt James Cook’s First Voyage. After Sydney Parkinson.
Great Mogul Plum, prunnus domestica with the Angle-shades Moth, phalena meticulosa.
Leilus Occidentalis from Jamaica.
Currants: Black Currant, Dutch Red and Dutch White.
Cocunut Tree and Cocos: With Orange (Tranja), Carandas Plum and Star fruit (Carambolus) trees and fruit.
Nectarine and Almond: Orange Nectarine, Sweet Almond and Creeping Almond.
Aramon grape of Languedoc-Roussillon.
Van Leyden Pippin.
Ribis Rubrum and Hollandische Albessen.
Plums: Cherry Plum, Laurence Plum, French Orlean and Common Orlean.
Papaya and Guava: Trees and fruit with a flowering Pepper.
Spring Grove Peach with inset of stone.
Semillon grape of Bordeaux.
Plums: Drap d’Or, White Gage, Blue Gage and Green Gage.
Pineau Gris grape of Alsace.
Helvelia, Clavaria, Geoglossum and four varieties of Agaricus.
Aecidium and Agaricus: Aecidium abietinum, elatinum, columnare, viola, and Agaricus scabellus, vitellum, tricolour, porphyria and lepidomyces. Engraved by John Pass.
Agaricus Rubescens (Blusher mushroom). Edible.
Cherries: Tradescant Cherry, Millet’s Duke and Amber Heart.