Cerastium pennsylvanicum dichogamie
This item is in the "Blaschka archive".
Drawings folded along vertical edge with first drawing on p.  and second drawing on p. . Drawing on p. , labeled Cerastium dichogamie, 2. Stadium, is of eight views, mostly of center of flower and detailed in green and yellow. Drawing on p. , labeled Cerastium pennsylvanicum dichogamie, 1. Stadium, is of five views of flower including large view of center of flower and two views of stamen; details are highlighted in green and yellow.
This flowering plant, commonly known as the Mouse-ear chickweed, is found in most parts of the world but is most concentrated in temperate climates.
This drawing is part of a series of botanical drawings created by the Blaschkas to reference in constructing glass models for the Botanical Museum of Harvard University.
Digitized by Harvard Museum of Natural History 2006.
Some notations penciled in.
P. . folded on upper right corner.