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Chinensis Collection

Chinensis, also known as Bengale Th, is a fascinating plant species that encompasses various beautiful and intriguing elements

Background imageChinensis Collection: Pink-flowered Chinese alpinia with dark green

Pink-flowered Chinese alpinia with dark green leaves, Alpinia chinensis rose.. Color-printed woodblock engraving by Kan en Iwasaki from Honzo Zufu, an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884

Background imageChinensis Collection: Lychee fruit, Litchi chinensis

Lychee fruit, Litchi chinensis. Euphoria punicea, Scythalia chinensis, Euforia color di sangue. Handcoloured copperplate stipple engraving from Antoine Laurent de Jussieus Dizionario delle Scienze

Background imageChinensis Collection: Monkeys gathering leaves from tea bushes high

Monkeys gathering leaves from tea bushes high on a mountain and delivering them to their master. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Andrea Freschi after Antoine Cardon

Background imageChinensis Collection: Bengal Florida rose, Rosa chinensis

Bengal Florida rose, Rosa chinensis (Rosa bengalensis). Chromolithograph after a botanical drawing by Emily Eden from her Flowers from an Indian Garden: Second Series: Hope, Breidenbach Co

Background imageChinensis Collection: Blue breasted quail, Coturnix chinensis. (Chinese quail, Tetrao chinensis)

Blue breasted quail, Coturnix chinensis. (Chinese quail, Tetrao chinensis)
FLO4643470 Blue breasted quail, Coturnix chinensis. (Chinese quail, Tetrao chinensis) Handcoloured copperplate engraving of an illustration by William Hayes from Portraits of Rare

Background imageChinensis Collection: 13131098

13131098
Tail of Chinese Trumpetfish - Sampiri 2 dive site, Bangka Island, north Sulawesi, Indonesia, Pacific Ocean Date: 24-03-2016

Background imageChinensis Collection: Many-flowered rose, Rosa multiflora

Many-flowered rose, Rosa multiflora. Chromolithograph from an illustration by Desire Bois from Edward Steps Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse, Frederick Warne, London, 1896

Background imageChinensis Collection: Monthly rose, Rosa chinensis var. semperflorens

Monthly rose, Rosa chinensis var. semperflorens (Rosa indica var. semperflorens). Chromolithograph from an illustration by Desire Bois from Edward Steps Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse

Background imageChinensis Collection: Chinese pink, Dianthus chinensis

Chinese pink, Dianthus chinensis (Dianthus sinensis). Chromolithograph from an illustration by Desire Bois from Edward Steps Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse, Frederick Warne, London, 1896

Background imageChinensis Collection: Bourbon palm, Livistona chinensis

Bourbon palm, Livistona chinensis
Bourbon palm or Chinese fan palm, Livistona chinensis. Chromolithograph from an illustration by Desire Bois from Edward Steps Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse, Frederick Warne, London, 1896

Background imageChinensis Collection: Striped threadfin and bluefish

Striped threadfin and bluefish
Striped threadfin, Polydactylus plebeius, and bluefish, Pomatomus saltatrix. Polinemo plebeo, Cheilodittero ettacanto. Handcoloured copperplate stipple engraving from Antoine Laurent de Jussieus

Background imageChinensis Collection: Amargo, Quassia amara

Amargo, Quassia amara
Amargo, bitter-ash, bitter-wood or hombre grande, Quassia amara. Handcoloured copperplate stipple engraving from Antoine Laurent de Jussieus Dizionario delle Scienze Naturali

Background imageChinensis Collection: China aster, reine marguerite, Callistephus chinensis

China aster, reine marguerite, Callistephus chinensis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by D.G. after an illustration by Pancrace Bessa from Charles Malos Guirlande de Flore, Garland of Flowers

Background imageChinensis Collection: Daffodil varieites, Narcisse, Narcissus poeticus

Daffodil varieites, Narcisse, Narcissus poeticus and Narcissus pseudonarcissus. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by D.G

Background imageChinensis Collection: Rosa indica, engraved by Chapuy, from Les Roses, 1817-24 (coloured aquatint)

Rosa indica, engraved by Chapuy, from Les Roses, 1817-24 (coloured aquatint)
NP125925 Rosa indica, engraved by Chapuy, from Les Roses, 1817-24 (coloured aquatint) by Redoute, Pierre Joseph (1759-1840) (after); 36.8x26.7 cm; Private Collection; French, out of copyright

Background imageChinensis Collection: Rosa indica cruenta (blood-red Bengal rose), engraved by Langlois

Rosa indica cruenta (blood-red Bengal rose), engraved by Langlois
NP125921 Rosa indica cruenta (blood-red Bengal rose), engraved by Langlois, from Les Roses, 1817-24 (coloured aquatint) by Redoute

Background imageChinensis Collection: Rosa indica, engraved by Bessin, from Choix des Plus Belles Fleurs

Rosa indica, engraved by Bessin, from Choix des Plus Belles Fleurs
NP125900 Rosa indica, engraved by Bessin, from Choix des Plus Belles Fleurs, 1827 (coloured engraving) by Redoute, Pierre Joseph (1759-1840) (after); 33x24.1 cm; Private Collection; French

Background imageChinensis Collection: Pteria avicular shells

Pteria avicular shells (Chinese avicula, Avicula chinensis, and black avicula, Avicula morio). Handcoloured copperplate engraving drawn

Background imageChinensis Collection: China pink, Dianthus chinensis

China pink, Dianthus chinensis (Fischers pink, Dianthus fischeri). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Weddell after a botanical illustration by Edward Dalton Smith from Robert Sweets The British

Background imageChinensis Collection: Chinese wisteria, Kraunhia chinensis

Chinese wisteria, Kraunhia chinensis (Wisteria chinensis). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Weddell after a botanical illustration by Edward Dalton Smith from Robert Sweets The British Flower

Background imageChinensis Collection: Chinese trumpetfish, Aulostomus chinensis

Chinese trumpetfish, Aulostomus chinensis (Chinese fistularia, Fistularia chinensis). Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder

Background imageChinensis Collection: Ixora chinensis

Ixora chinensis (Ixora incarnata)

Background imageChinensis Collection: Tea rose hybrid, Princesse Julie d Arenberg, Rosa odorata

Tea rose hybrid, Princesse Julie d Arenberg, Rosa odorata (Rosa indica odoratissima var.).Chromolithograph by P. de Pannemaeker from Jean Lindens l Illustration Horticole, Brussels, 1884

Background imageChinensis Collection: The sweet-scented China Rose, Infidelity

The sweet-scented China Rose, Infidelity
The sweet-scented China Rose, Rosa chinensis, Infidelity; The blue Hepatica, Hepatica nobilis, Confidence. Handcoloured lithograph by Dean

Background imageChinensis Collection: Pyramid-shaped hybrid China asters, Callistephus chinensis

Pyramid-shaped hybrid China asters, Callistephus chinensis. Handcoloured lithograph from Louis van Houtte and Charles Lemaires Flowers of the Gardens and Hothouses of Europe

Background imageChinensis Collection: Queen Victorias rose, hybrid grown by William Paul

Queen Victorias rose, hybrid grown by William Paul
Queen Victorias tea rose, Rosa chinensis hybrid, grown by William Paul. Handcoloured lithograph from Louis van Houtte and Charles Lemaires Flowers of the Gardens and Hothouses of Europe

Background imageChinensis Collection: China pink variety, Dianthus chinensis

China pink variety, Dianthus chinensis (Dianthus sinensis laciniatus). Handcoloured lithograph from Louis van Houtte and Charles Lemaires Flowers of the Gardens and Hothouses of Europe

Background imageChinensis Collection: Five-flavor berry, Schisandra chinensis

Five-flavor berry, Schisandra chinensis
Five-flavor berry or gomishi, Schisandra chinensis (Maximowiczia chinensis). Handcoloured lithograph from Louis van Houtte and Charles Lemaires Flowers of the Gardens and Hothouses of Europe

Background imageChinensis Collection: China aster cultivars, Callistephus chinensis

China aster cultivars, Callistephus chinensis. Handcoloured lithograph from Louis van Houtte and Charles Lemaires Flowers of the Gardens and Hothouses of Europe

Background imageChinensis Collection: China pink, Dianthus chinensis, varieties

China pink, Dianthus chinensis, varieties: heddewigii and giganteus. Handcoloured lithograph from Louis van Houtte and Charles Lemaires Flowers of the Gardens and Hothouses of Europe

Background imageChinensis Collection: Tea rose hybrid, Isabella Gray, Rosa odorata

Tea rose hybrid, Isabella Gray, Rosa odorata. Handcoloured lithograph from Louis van Houtte and Charles Lemaires Flowers of the Gardens and Hothouses of Europe

Background imageChinensis Collection: Bengal rose with green flowers, Rosa chinensis

Bengal rose with green flowers, Rosa chinensis
Bengal rose hybrid with green flowers, Rosa chinensis. Handcoloured lithograph from Louis van Houtte and Charles Lemaires Flowers of the Gardens and Hothouses of Europe

Background imageChinensis Collection: Tea rose hybrid, Auguste Oger, Rosa chinensis

Tea rose hybrid, Auguste Oger, Rosa chinensis. Handcoloured lithograph from Louis van Houtte and Charles Lemaires Flowers of the Gardens and Hothouses of Europe

Background imageChinensis Collection: Exotic beetles including vulnerable rosalia alpina

Exotic beetles including vulnerable rosalia alpina
Longhorn beetles: Sternotomis mirabilis 1, Prosopocera bipunctata 2, Polyrhaphis spinosa 3, citrus long-horned beetle, Anoplophora chinensis 4, and vulnerable rosalia longicorn, Rosalia alpina 5

Background imageChinensis Collection: China Pinks, Dianthus chinensis

China Pinks, Dianthus chinensis
Les Oeillets de la Chine. China Pinks, Dianthus chinensis. Handcoloured etching from Pierre Joseph Buchoz Collection precieuse et enluminee des fleurs les plus belles et les plus curieuses

Background imageChinensis Collection: China star, Callistephus chinensis

China star, Callistephus chinensis
La Reine marguerite violette et rouge. China star, Callistephus chinensis. Handcoloured etching from Pierre Joseph Buchoz Collection precieuse et enluminee des fleurs les plus belles et les plus

Background imageChinensis Collection: Leopard lily, Iris domestica

Leopard lily, Iris domestica
La Moree du Cap, Moree chinensis. Leopard lily, Iris domestica. Handcoloured etching from Pierre Joseph Buchoz Collection precieuse et enluminee des fleurs les plus belles et les plus curieuses

Background imageChinensis Collection: Chinese abelia, Abelia chinensis

Chinese abelia, Abelia chinensis (Rock abelia, Abelia rupestris). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by George Barclay after an illustration by Miss Sarah Drake from Edwards Botanical Register

Background imageChinensis Collection: Rehmannia glutinosa

Rehmannia glutinosa (Chinese rehmannia, Rehmannia chinensis). Handcoloured copperplate engraving after a botanical illustration by Walter Fitch from William Jackson Hookers Botanical Magazine

Background imageChinensis Collection: Ever-blooming rose, Rosa chinensis var. semperflorens

Ever-blooming rose, Rosa chinensis var. semperflorens
Ever-blowing rose, Rosa chinensis var. semperflorens (Rosa semperflorens). Handcoloured copperplate engraving from William Curtis Botanical Magazine, London, 1794

Background imageChinensis Collection: China pink or Indian pink, Dianthus chinensis

China pink or Indian pink, Dianthus chinensis. Handcolured copperplate engraving and botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Curtis The Botanical Magazine, Lambeth Marsh, London, 1787

Background imageChinensis Collection: Exotic Chinese insects

Exotic Chinese insects
Chinese insects: milkweed locust, Phymateus morbillosus morbillosus 1, jewel beetles, Chrysochroa vittata 2, Chrysochroa ocellata 3, Chinese scarab beetle, Scarabaeus chinensis 4

Background imageChinensis Collection: Tea plant, Camellia chinensis (Thea chinensis)

Tea plant, Camellia chinensis (Thea chinensis). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Kirchner from Willibald Artus Hand-Atlas sammtlicher medicinisch-pharmaceutischer Gewachse

Background imageChinensis Collection: The Chinese Althaea Frutex, Hibiscus Syriacus; var Chinensis (chromolitho)

The Chinese Althaea Frutex, Hibiscus Syriacus; var Chinensis (chromolitho)
2811552 The Chinese Althaea Frutex, Hibiscus Syriacus; var Chinensis (chromolitho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Chinese Althaea Frutex)

Background imageChinensis Collection: Spotted dove or pancou, Spilopelia chinensis

Spotted dove or pancou, Spilopelia chinensis.. Handcolored copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own Natural History of British Birds, London, 1794-1819

Background imageChinensis Collection: Hawaii, Yellow Trumpetfish (Aulostomus Chinensis) With Coral Reef, Turquoise Ocean

Hawaii, Yellow Trumpetfish (Aulostomus Chinensis) With Coral Reef, Turquoise Ocean

Background imageChinensis Collection: Rhizome and leaves of Chinese alpinia, Alpinia

Rhizome and leaves of Chinese alpinia, Alpinia chinensis rose.. Color-printed woodblock engraving by Kan en Iwasaki from Honzo Zufu, an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884

Background imageChinensis Collection: Bluespotted cornetfish, Fistularia tabacaria

Bluespotted cornetfish, Fistularia tabacaria, and Chinese trumpetfish, Aulostomus chinensis.. Handcolored copperplate stipple engraving from Jussieus Dictionnaire des Sciences Naturelles 1816-1830



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Chinensis, also known as Bengale Th, is a fascinating plant species that encompasses various beautiful and intriguing elements. One of its notable variations is the Pink-flowered Chinese alpinia with dark green foliage, which adds a touch of elegance to any garden or landscape. Another captivating aspect related to chinensis is Rosa Chinensis, a stunning rose variety that showcases vibrant pink blooms. In the animal kingdom, it has caught the attention of monkeys who gather leaves from tea bushes high above ground. This unique behavior highlights their resourcefulness and adaptability in finding nourishment. Additionally, the Blue-breasted quail (Coturnix chinensis) and Chinese quail (Tetrao chinensis) are two avian species associated with chinensis. A handcoloured copperplate engraving by William Hayes depicts these rare and curious birds from Osterly Park's menagerie in London during 1794. Moving on to flora diversity connected to chinensis, we encounter several noteworthy plants such as the Many-flowered rose (Rosa multiflora), Monthly rose (Rosa chinensis var. Semperflorens), and Chinese pink (Dianthus chinensis). These botanical wonders showcase nature's ability to create an array of colors and fragrances through different varieties within one species. Beyond flowers, another remarkable element linked to the Bourbon palm (Livistona chinensis). With its majestic appearance and graceful fronds swaying in the breeze, this palm tree stands tall as a symbol of tropical beauty. Delving into aquatic life forms associated with this term brings us face-to-face with striped threadfin fish alongside bluefish swimming gracefully beneath ocean waves. Their striking patterns add vibrancy to marine ecosystems while highlighting nature's artistry. Lastly but not least important is Litchi Chinensiss or lychee fruit—a delicious treat enjoyed worldwide for its sweet taste and juicy texture.