Indian Trees. Being an Account of Trees, Shrubs, Woody Climbers, Bamboos and Palms Indigenous or Commonly Cultivated in the British Empire

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SIR DIETRICH BRANDIS is much to be congratulated on the completion of this very important work on the forest trees and shrubs of British India, and its appearance will be hailed with great satisfaction by all Indian forest officers and by many others who are interested in the botany of that country.

Indian Trees. Being an Account of Trees, Shrubs, Woody Climbers, Bamboos and Palms Indigenous or Commonly Cultivated in the British Empire.

By Sir Dietrich Brandis Pp. xxxiv + 767. (London: Archibald Constable and Co., Ltd., 1906.) Price 16s. net.

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D., J. Indian Trees. Being an Account of Trees, Shrubs, Woody Climbers, Bamboos and Palms Indigenous or Commonly Cultivated in the British Empire . Nature 75, 385–386 (1907) doi:10.1038/075385a0

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