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Fanny Anne CHARSLEY

Born
1828 England
Died
1915
Nationality
Australian
Lived/worked
worked in Australia 1857–67

16 works

Daviesia ulicina, Hardenbergia monophylla, Kennedya monophylla, Acacia oxycedrus, Clematis microphylla, Leptospermum laevigatum Fanny Anne CHARSLEY Tetratheca ciliata, Hibbertia fasciculata, Grevillea latrobei, Hakea ulicina, Wahlenbergia gracilis Fanny Anne CHARSLEY Kennedya prostrata, Ricinocarpus pinifolius, Thysanotus patersonii Fanny Anne CHARSLEY Bosseaea cinerea, Platylobium obtusangulum, Aotus villosus, Dillwynia cinerascens Fanny Anne CHARSLEY Goodenia geniculata, Leptospermum myrsinoides, Viola betonicifolia, Caesia corymbosa, Anguilaria dioica, Drosera auriculata, Bulbine bulbosa, Stylidium graminifolium, Viola hederacea Fanny Anne CHARSLEY Pea flowers and clematis Fanny Anne CHARSLEY Brunonia australis, Craspedia richea, Dianella revoluta, Lobelia pedunculata, Convolvulus erubescenes, Ammobium alatum, Helichrysum bracteatum, Lobelia simplicicaulis Fanny Anne CHARSLEY Thelymitra ixioides, Thelymitra aristata, Burchardia umbrellata, Stypandra caespitosa, Stypandra umbellata Fanny Anne CHARSLEY Corraea speciosa Fanny Anne CHARSLEY Thysanotus tuberosus, Billardiera scandens Fanny Anne CHARSLEY Epacris impressa Fanny Anne CHARSLEY Gompholobium huegelii, Dianella longifolia, Pimelea humilis, Mesembryanthemum australe, Comesperma calemega Fanny Anne CHARSLEY Macdonaldia antennifera, Diuris elongata, Diuris oculata, Glossodia major, Caladenia alata, Utricularia lilacina, Caladenia pulcherrima Fanny Anne CHARSLEY Anthropodium laxum, Villarsia parnassifolia, Patersonia glauca Fanny Anne CHARSLEY The Wild Flowers Around Melbourne Fanny Anne CHARSLEY The wildflowers around Melbourne Fanny Anne CHARSLEY