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Joan Thomson

Aesclepias syriaca (Common Milkweed with Monarch B 

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Apiosporina morbosa

medical illustration of A painting in transparent watercolor commissioned by the Town of Enfield, NH, for their office in recognition of the Common Milkweed being selected by the town as their town flower. Milkweed in this part of New Hampshire is thriving, probably due to increased consciousness of its usefulness as the only food of the Monarch butterfly larva. Though the Milkweed is doing well, the Monarch Butterly is still in decline.
Next medical illustration of Orchid, Twayblade, carpeting, seep, rare, summer, mountainous, pale green flower, terrestrial

Description:  A painting in transparent watercolor on Arches paper of one of the more rare terrestrial orchids of New Hampshire. It was found in a seep near a trail in a mountainous site, carpeting a wide area. It blooms most notably in July. This painting is part of a series of paintings by the artist in a collection of depictions of the approximately 46 terrestrial orchids of New Hampshire.

Neottia convallarioides (Broad-lipped Twayblade)

A painting in transparent watercolor commissioned by the Town of Enfield, NH, for their office in recognition of the Common Milkweed being selected by the town as their town flower. Milkweed in this part of New Hampshire is thriving, probably due to increased consciousness of its usefulness as the only food of the Monarch butterfly larva. Though the Milkweed is doing well, the Monarch Butterly is still in decline.

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