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Musschia isambertoi M. Sequeira et al. Campanulaceae

New species to Madeira archipelago. Portugal

Original digital illustration,

 480 x 330 mm. 2007

 

2017. * Botanical Gardens Trust. Sydney. Australia.

           Margaret Flockton award for excellence in scientific botanical drawing.

           Highly Commended Award.

 

2016. * Botanical Gardens Trust. Sydney. Australia.

           Margaret Flockton award for excellence in scientific botanical drawing.

           Highly Commended Award.

 

2015. *National Science Foundation and Popular Science.

           The Vizzies, Visualization Challenge. The most beautiful visualizations from the  worlds of science and engineering.

           Honourable Mention.

 

2010. *OPTIMA, (Organization for the Phyto-Taxonomic Investigation of the Mediterranean Area), Antalya, Turquía.

            Silver medal to the  thirteenth volume of Flora Iberica, in which I collaborated drawing all the 137 plates of that        volume.

 

2007. *Botanical Gardens Trust. Sydney. Australia.

           Margaret Flockton award for excellence in scientific botanical drawing.

            2nd award.

 

2006. *VIII Congreso Latinoamericano de Botánica. Santo Domingo. República Dominicana.

           1st award in scientific botanical illustration: pen and ink.

           Honourable Mention in scientific botanical illustration: colour.

 

2002. *VII Congreso Latinoamericano de Botánica. Cartagena de Indias. Colombia.

           1st award in scientific botanical illustration: colour.

           3rd award in scientific botanical illustration: pen an ink.

 

2001. *Linnean Society. London.

           Jill Smythies award for excellence in scientific botanical drawing.

          *Royal Horticultural Society. London.

            Golden Medal.

 

2000. *Royal Horticultural Society. London.

            Silver Gilt Medal.

 

 

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Musschia isambertoi M. Sequeira et al. Campanulaceae

New species to Madeira archipelago. Portugal

Original digital illustration,

 480 x 330 mm. 2007