Banksia serrata from 'Banks' florilegium'. This monumental work records the botanical collections made by Sir Joseph Banks and his team of naturalists aboard HMS Endeavour, 1768-70. This item is reproduced courtesy of Natural History Museum. It may be printed or saved for personal research or study. Use for any other purpose requires written permission from Natural History Museum and the State Library of SA
Captain Cook's Florilegium: A Selection of Engravings from the Drawings of Plants Collected by Joseph Banks and Daniel Solander on Captain Cook's First Voyage to the Islands of the Pacific, with Accounts of the Voyage by W. Blunt and of the Botanical Exploration and Prints by W. T. Stearn
Captain Cook's Florilegium. A selection of engravings from the drawings of plants collected by Joseph Banks and Daniel Solander on Captain Cook's first voyage to the islands of the Pacific, with accounts of the voyage by Wilfrid Blunt and of the botanical explorations and prints by W.T. Stearn.