Mary Parrish
Reconstruction of streamside vegetation at Big Cedar Ridge. This was the only part of the landscape with abundant broad-leaved flowering plants. The lobed and toothed leaves are DN14 (probably the order Saxifragales). The smooth-margined cordate leaves in the lower right of the painting are DE8 (probably the order Laurales), and the slender leaves at the top are DN12 (probably the order Austrobaileyales).  

Mary Parrish

Reconstruction of streamside vegetation at Big Cedar Ridge. This was the only part of the landscape with abundant broad-leaved flowering plants. The lobed and toothed leaves are DN14 (probably the order Saxifragales). The smooth-margined cordate leaves in the lower right of the painting are DE8 (probably the order Laurales), and the slender leaves at the top are DN12 (probably the order Austrobaileyales).