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201.
, history of botanical

discoveries in China, 1898,

313.
Breworia (Seddera) bacchar-

oides. Baker, 1894, 68.

— buddleoides, Baker, 1894, 69.

— (Prevostea) campanulata,
Baker, 1894, 68.

— conglomcrata, Baker, 1894,
68.

— ( Prevostea ) Heudelotii,
Baker, 1894, 68.

— microcephala. Baker, 1894,
68.

— sessiliflora, Baker, 1894, 68.
Brillantaisia Mahoni, G. B.

Clarke, 1906, 25L



Brisbane Botanic Gardens, 1893,

147.
British Central Africa, botanical

enterprise in, 1895, 186.
, coflEee cultivation in,

1898, 85.
, coffee - leaf disease,

preventive measures, 1893,

361.

, cotton in, 1896, 118.

, Flora of, 1897, 170.

, wild coffee in, 1896,

143.

— Empire, botanical survey of,
1905, 9.

, guide to the botanical

literature of, 1889, 153.

— Fungus-flora, 1893, 26, 372 ;.

1895, 234.

— Guiana, bananas in, 1894,
255, 268, 278, 282, 300, 307,
311 ; 1895, 236.

, Flora of, 1905, 43.

, fodder plants in, 1897,

209.

, Forsteronia rubber, 1888,

69.

fruits, 1888, 192.

, museum specimens from,

1887, Sept, 15.

, Para rubber in, 1898,

276.

, report of Royal Com-
mission, 1897, 356.

, sugar-cane disease in,

1896, 106.

, — seedlings in, 1891, 20.

— Honduras, agriculture in,
1894, 97 ; 1895, 9.

, agricultural resources of,

1892, 254 ; 1893, 326.

, bananas in, 1894, 276.

, Botanic Station, 1896,101.

, botanical enterprise in,

1896, lOL

, coffee cultivation, 1892,

253 ; 1893, 322.

, mahogany in, 1892, 72.

, palm weevil in, 1893,

27.

pine, 1896, 61.

, Sisal hemp (Henequen)

in, 1892, 33.

— India, Bambuseae of, 1897,
110.



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British India, Flora of, 1894,
225; 1896, 150; 1897, 205,
425 ; 1905, 34.

— — ^ — y supplementary note
to, 1894, 200.

— New Guinea, bananas in,

1894, 273.

, Flora of, 1899, 95.

, fungi from, 1898, 120.

— North Borneo, 1892, 243.
, dried plants from,

1895, 272.

, Gambler, 1892, 76;

1893, 139.
, Manila hemp in, 1898,

15.
— , museum specimens,

1887, Sept., 14.
, sago cultivation in,

1894,414.
, Timbaran tree, 1894,

108.

— Solomon Islands, 1897, 416.
Britton, Dr. N. L., South

American dried plants, 1891,

245.
Broadway, W. E., 1894, 192.
Bromelia argentina, 1892, 191.

— fastucsa, 1892, 217.

— Pinguin, 1892, 194.
Bromeliaceae at Kew, 1897, 230.

— South American, 1892, 49.
Bromeliad, starch - yielding,

1889, 20.
Bromeliads on the Riviera, 1892,

10.
Bronze relievi, 1898, 201.
Brooks, A., 1903, 30.
Broom corn, 1897, 173.

— root, 1887, Dec, 9 ; 1897, 172.
— , Spanish, as a fibre plant,

1892, 53.
Brown, A. E., 1905, 60.

— blight of Tea (with plate),
1899, 89.

— , E., 1903, 31.

— Robert, portrait of, 1898, 25.
— , T. W., 1899, 50, 221 ; 1902,

23.
— /w. R., 1905, 61.
Brunfelsia calycina, 1898, 142.
Brunnisure vine disease, 1893,

227.
Brussels Commercial Museum,

1898, 87.

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Brussels International Exhibi-
tion, 1898, 88.

— Royal Botanic Gardens, 1898,
88

Buazi fibre, 1889, 222.

Bubon Galbanum, 1887, Sept.,

9.
Buchanan, J., death of, 1896,

148.
J dried plants from Nyasa-

land, 1892, 249.
, journey in Nyasaland,

1891, 183.
Buchenroedera glabriflora, N. E.

Broumy 1901, 120.
Buchnera quadrifaria. Bakery

1895, 71.

Buckwheat, common, 1893, 3.
. — , Kangra, 1891, 244 ; 1893, 1.
Buddleia* acutifolia, Wrighty

1896, 24.

— Colvilei, 1896, 28.

— cuspidata, Baker^ 1895, 113.

— pulchella, N. E. Brown.
1894, 389.

— variabilis, 1898, 238.
Budget from Yunnan, 1897,

407 ; 1898, 289 ; 1899, 46.
Buffalo berries, 1887, Sept., 5.

— grass, 1894, 385, 387.
Buitenzorg Botanic Gardens,

1893, 173.
> photographs of, 1894,

135.
Bulbophyllum attenuatum,

Rolfe, 1896, 45.

— calabaricum, Rolfe^ 1906, 114.

— capituliflorum, Rolfey 1906,
84.

— Cominsii, Rolfe, 1895, 138.

— densiflorum, Rolfe, 1892, 139.

— denticulatum, Rolfe^ 1891,
197.

— disciflorum, Rol/e, 1895, 7.

— Ericssoni, 1906, 296.

— grandiflorum, 1901, 172.

— Kerrii, Rolfe, 1906, 84.

— longiscapum, Rolfe^ 1896, 45.

— macrochilum, Rolfey 1896,
45.

— Mahoni, Rolfe, 1906, 32.

— nigripetalum, Rolfey 1891,
197.

— pteriphilum, Rolfe, 1894, 391.

— racemosum, Rolfej 1893, 61.

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Bnlbophyllnm sandertanmn,
i?oZA 1893,4.

— spathacemn, Rolfe^ 1893,
170.

— spectabile, Rolfe, 1898, 193-

— viride, Rolfe, 1893, 170.

— vitiense, Rolfe^ 1893, 5.
Bulbous violet in the Himalayas,

1894, 368.
Bulbs, effects of frost on, at

Kew, 1896, 7.
— - from Asia Minor, 1893, 147 ;

1899, 81.
Bulgaria turbinata, Masses^

1901, 166.
BuUook, T. L., Chinese dried

plants, 1893, 369.
Bunya Bunya, 1893, 225.
Burbid<?e, F. W., 1906, 392.
Burbridge, K. G., 1906, 4^S.
Burgsittensen bog, planting of,

1903 24.
Burkili, I.' H., 1899, 50; 1900,

16.
, " African Labiatae

with alternate leaves," 1900,

28.
, " Ground-nut or Pea-
nut," 1901, 175.
Burma, beetles destructive to

rice crops, 1889, 13.
— , Ceara rubber in, 1898, 9.
— , Para rubber in, 1898, 264.

— Upper, India-rubber, 1888,
217.

Burmese glass mosaics, 1906,
146.

— lacquer ware (with plates),
1906, 137.

— orchids, coloured drawings
of, 1898, 313.

— varnish, 1906, 137.
Bursera gummifera, 1898, 239.
Bussorah, date production in,

1898, 46.
Bute, Earl of, 1891, 290.
, botanical tables, 1892,

306. \

Butea f rondosa,\l887, Sept., 20.
ButJer, E. J., 190lv 80.
Buttenshaw, W. R.\1S99, 220.
Butter and tallow trX© of Sierra

Leone, 1897, 320. \
Butter-nut, 1891, 277\ 1892,

75. \



Butyrospermum Parkii, 1906,

177.
Bnxus Macowani, 1887, Feb., 1.



Caa-eh6, 1901, 173.

Gabbasre, Shantung, 1888, 137;

1893, 344.
Cacao bianco, 1899, 42.
— , Ceylon, 1890, 170.

— cultivation at Gold Coast,

1892, 301, 303 ; 1895, 13, 22.

Lagos, 1896, 78.

in Grenada, 1893, 136.

— disease in Trinidad (with
plate), 1899, 1.

— drying, Messervy method of,
1891, 147.

— from Gold Coast, 1897, 326.

— in British Central Africa,

1895, 191.

Honduras, 1893, 327.

Ecuador, 1899, 42.

Niger Coast Protectorate,

1895, 164.

St. Lucia, 1899, 194.

Cacoucia Barteri, Hemsl.^ 1897,

267.
Cacti, large, at Kew, 1895, 155.
Caesalpinia bicolor, Wright^

1896, 22, 223.

— coriaria at Lagos, 1890, 162.
Caicos Islands, see Turks

Islands. .
Cajanus indicus in Formosa,

1896, 73.
Caladenia carnea, var. alba, 1899,

20.
Calandra granaria, 1890, 144 ;

1893, 53.

— oryzae, 1890, 144 ; 1893, 53.
Calanthe arcuata, Rolfe^ 1896,

196.

— celebica, RolfCy 18P9, 129.

— Englishii, Rolfe, 1899, 111.

— ensifolia. Rolfe, 1896, 197.

— Hancockii, Rolfe, 1896, 197.

— Henryi, Rolfe, 1896, 197,

— lamellosa, Rolfe, 1896, 197.

— madagascariensis,^//<?,1901,
171 ; 1906, 84.

— Warpuri, Rolfe, 1906, 85.



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Calathea Allouya, 1892, 244.

— cyclophora, BaJcer^ 1895, 17.

— Gardner!, Baker, 1895, 18.

— Gouletii, Stapf, 1906, 76.

— picta, 1899, 192.

— rufibarba, 1897, 403.
Calatheas, 1894, 193.
CalcQtta, Royal Botanic Garden,

annalB of, 1894, 195 ; 1898, 205.
Galea (Eacalea) floribanda,

Bakery 1893, 157.
Caley, George, 1891, 303.
California, botany of the Death

Valley, 1894, 194.
— , Icerya Purchasi in, 1889, 197.
— , prune indnstry of, 1892, 259 ;

1893, 175.
Califomian dried plants, 1893,

66; 1894,370; 1896,31.

— fmit industries, 1893, 218.

— prune (with plate), 1892, 259.

— vine disease, 1893, 227.
Calliandra fulgens, 1898, 336.
Callianthemum rutaefolium,

Tar. anemonoides, 1898, 200.
Calligonum flowers as an article
of food in N. W. India, 1889,
217.

— polygonoides, 1889, 218.
Callistephushortensis, 1898, 280.
Callopsis Volkensii, 1906, 127.
Calochortus clavatus, 1898, 200.
Calodendron capense, 1887,

Sept., 11.
Galonectria gigaspora, Masaee,

1906, 257.
Calophyllum Calaba, 1892, 73.

— inophyllum, 1887, Sept., 7.
Calorhabdos cauloptera, 1901,

203.
Calospora Yanillae (with plate),

1892, 111.
Galostemma album, 1892, 72 ;

1897, 429.
Calotropis gigantea (with plate),

1900,8.
Camaridium lawTenceanum,

Boye, 1894, 185.
Camel-grass oil, 1906, 297, 312,

353.
Camei-hay, 1906, 303.
Camellia Sasanqna, 1888, 264.

— theifera, 1888, 86 ; 1889, 118,
139; 1892, 219, 234; 1896,
10, 157.



Cameroons, 1894, 411; 1896,

176.
- dried plants, 1894, 166.
— , Victoria Botanic Garden,

1896, 177.
Camofinsia maxima, 1898, 23.
, flowering in England,

1894,402.
Campbell, E., 1896, 217.
— , J. W., 1904, 13 ; 1906, 383.
Camphor, 1895, 305 ; 1899* 57.
—,Ai, 1895, 275; 1896,73.

— wood, Borneo, 1887, Sept., 15.
Campsiandra comosa, 1889, 71.

— laurifolia, 1889, 72.
Camptosema pinnatum, 1898

96.
Camwood, 1906, 373.
Canada, Flora of, 1905, 42.
— , museum specimeub from,

1887, Sept., 5.
Canadian dried plants, 1892, 49 ;

1896, 31.

— fruit, importation of, 1897,
425.

— fruits, 1887, Sept., 5 ; Nov.,
4^

Canaigre, 1890, 63 ; 1894, 167 ;

1897, 200.

Cananga cdorata, perfume from,

1906, 398.
Canarium Schweinf urthii, 1906,

172.
Canary Islands, bananas in,

1894, 295.

— rosewoods, 1893, 133.
Candelillo coffee disease, 1893,

67.
Candle-nut oil, 1887, Sept., 7.
Cane-sugar in the Sugar-cane,

1891, 35.
Canna disease, 1897, 173.

— edulis, 1893, 331.
"— Rana," 1894, 385.
Canscora ramosissima, Baker,

1898, 158.
Cantor lectures on India-rubber

plants, 1898, 312.
Cape aloes, 1890, 164.

— ash, 1887, Sept., 11.

— beech, 1887, Sept., 11.

— boxwood, 1887, Feb., 1.

— bulbs at Kew, 1897, 231.

— , diseased apples and mt^ions
from, 1906, 193.



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Cape Flora, 1896, 124, 186;
1897, 226; 1898, 23, 300;
1899, 192; 1901, 173; 1906,
186.

— fruit industry, 1893, 8 ; 1897,
191.

— fruits, 1888, 15.

— Herbarium, 1895, 303.

— , Icerya Parchasi at, 1889, 196.
— , museum specimens &om,

1887, Sept., 9.
— , new Idliaceae from, 1892,

217.
— , Phylloxera, 1889, 230.
— , — regulations, 1889, 255.

— plane, 1887, Sept., 11.

— , prickly pear, 1888, 165 ;
1890, 186.

— Sumach, 1898, 18.

— timbers, 1887, Sept., 10.

— Town Botanic Garden, 1892,
10 ; 1895, 49.

Capel, Lord, 1891, 288.

Caper industry in France, 1898,

31.
Capim de Angola, 1894, 385.
Colonia, 1894, 382.

— gordura, 1900, 31.

— mellado, 1900, 31.
Capparis spinosa, 1898, 31.
Capsicum annuum, 1898, 171.

— minimum, 1898, 171.
Capucin fruits, 1906, 398.
Caragana bark, 1894, 164.

— decorticans, 1894, 164.
Caraguatd fibre, 1892, 191.
Caralluma arabica, N. E. Brotvn^

1895, 318.

— Edithae, N. E. Broum, 1895,
219.

— flava, N. E. Brown, 1894, 335.

— hirtiflora, N. E. Broumy 1895,
264.

— Luntii, N. E. Brown, 1894,
335.

— somalica, N. E. Brown,J.S95,
264.

— Sprengeri,^.i^.Sroum,1895,
263.

— torta, N. E. Brown, 1901, 142.

— valida, N. E. Brown, 1895,
264.

Carambola, 1887, Sept., 16.
Carapa guyanensis, 1890, 170.
Cardamine latifolia, 1899, 20.



Cardamine (Eucardamine)
Prattii, Hemal. et E. H. WiU.,
1906, 153.

Cardamoms, 1887, Sept., 13.

— from Ceylon, 1887, Sept., 13.
— , Korarima, 1894, 400.
Carduncellus cryptocephalus.

Baker, 1895, 217.

— kentrophylloides, Baker,
1895, 182.

Carica Papaya, 1897, 104.
Carissa Wyliei, N. E. Brown,

1906, 165.
CarludoTica laucheana, 1899,

222.
Carnegie, Hon. David, death of,

1901, 169.
Carob beans, 1887, Sept., 18.

— tree, 1898, 184.
Carpesium atkinsonianum,

Hemsl, 1893, 157.
Carpodinus Barteri, Stapf, 1894,
19.

— calabricus. Slap/, 1894, 19.

— congolensis, Stapf, 1898, 303.

— gracilis, Stapf, 1898, 303.

— leptantha, Stapf, 1898, 303.

— ligustrif olia, Stapf, 1898, 304.

— parviflorus, Stapf, 1894, 19.

— turbinata, Stapf, 1898, 304.

— uniflorus, Stapf, 1894, 19.
Carson, A., death of, 1896, 148.
, Lake Tanganyika dried

plants, 1893, 343 ; 1895, 46,

63, 288.
Carstensen, G., death of, 1892,

251.
Carthagena rubber, 1890, 149 ;

1892, 68, 70.
Carthamus tinctorius, 1887,

Sept., 20.
Caryocar nuciferum, 1891, 277 ;

1892, 75.
Caryophyllus aromaticus, see

Eugenia caryophyllata.
Cashew spirit, 1898, 27.
Casse, A. E., 1901, UL
Cassia holosericea, 1892, 151.

— (Senna) oocarpa. Baker13; 1894,
IL

— vestitus. Baker, 1895, 224.
Col letotrichum C a m e 1 1 i a e,

Massee (with plate), 1899,
89.

— echinatum, Jfo^sa^, 1906, 257.

— falcatum, 1893, 345; 1894,
169 ; 1895, 81.

Collett, Sir Henry, 1902, 18.
— , , Flora of Simla, 1898,.

97.
Collybia Eucalypti, Massee, 1899,.

177.

— ollvacea, Masseti, 1901, 161.

— rupicola, Massee, 1898, 114.
CololejeuHea hirta, Steph., 1899,^

125.
Colombia, Comino trees of, 1891,

197.
Colombian rubber, 1890, 149 ;

1892, 68, 70.
Colonial and Indian Exhibition,

1886, articles contributed to

Kew Museums from, 1887»

Sept., 4.



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Colonial developmeat^ aids to,

1897, 208.

— Floras, 1905, l8.

— fruit, 1887, Nov., 1 ; 1888, 1,
177, 197, 221.

Uolonies and Kew, 1895, 205.
— , cultivation of perfumery

plants, 1890, 269.
Colorado grass, 1894, 385.

— rubber, 1906, 218.
Colpoon compressum, 1898, 18.
Comanthosphace japonica, 1896,

122.
Combretum (Poivraea) mwero-
ense. Baker, 1895, 290.

— sp., 1893, 371.

Comino trees of Colombia, 1894,

7, 197.
Comins, Rev. R. B., Solomon

Islands dried plants, 1892,

105 ; 1898, 100.
Commissioner of Agriculture,

West Indies, 1898, 231.
Compressed or tablet tea, 1890,

109.
Congo Exhibition, Tervueren,

1898, 89.

— sticks, 1899, 53.

— , Tipper, new products from,

1899, 139.
Conif erae, hand-list of, 1896, 108.
Conifers, efiPects of frost on, at

Kew, 1896, 8.
Coniothecum, Acanthophylli,

Massee, 1901, 150.
Connaropsis acuminata, H,H. W.

Pearson, 1906, 2.
Contrayerva, 1887, Dec., 10.
Convolvulus angolensis. Baker,

1894, 67.

— aoridus, 1893, 133.

— hadramauticus. Baker, 1894,
337.

— (Astrochlaena) Phillipsae,
-BaA;<??% 1895, 221.

— scoparius, 1893, 133.

— sphaerophorus, Baker, 1895,
221.

— Thomsoni, Baker, 1894, 67.
Conway, W. M., Karakoram

dried plants, 1893, 145.

— , , — expedition, scien-
tific reports of, 1895, 20.

Conyza cylindrica, Baker, 1895,
317.



Conyza stenodonta, Bakei\ 1895,

316.
Cooke, Dr., retirement of, 1893.

144.
Copaifera Gorskiana, 1888, 281.
Copal, Inhambane, 1888, 281.
— , new, 1899, 139,
Copra, 1887, Sept., 7.

— in Solomon Islands, 1897,
416.

Coprinus coffeicola, Massee,
1899, 170.

— leviceps, Massee, 1899, 170.
Coprosma pumila, 1893, 112.
Coptis Teeta in China, 1889,

226.
Coptosapelta flavescens, 1895,

141.
Coquito nut palm, 1906, 175.
Corallorhiza odontorhiza, 1892,

181.
Corchorus capsularis, 1887,

Sept., 18 ; 1898, 38.

— olitorius, 1887, Sept., 18.
Cordia aurantiaca, Baker, 1894,

26.

— chrysocarpa. Baker, 1894, 27.

— Heudelotii, Baker, 1894, 27,

— Irvingii, Baker, 1895, 113.

— Kirkii, Baker, 1894, 28.

— longipes. Baker, 1894, 27.

— Milleni, Baker, 1894, 27^

— obovata. Baker, 1894, 28.

— pilosissima, Baker, 1894, 28.

— platythyrsa, Baker, 1894, 27.

— populifolia. Baker, 1894, 27.

— somaliensis, Baker, 1891,
28.

Cordyceps lignicola, Massee^
1899, 173.

— Ridloyi, JfoMtf^, 1899, 173.
Cordylines on the Riviera, 1892,

9.
Corea, marine algae from, 1906^

366.
Coreopsis aspilioides. Baker,

1898, 153.
Coriaria japonica, 1897, 84.
Cork products in Kew Museum,

1892, 215.
Comu, Maxime, death, of, 1901^

111.
Cornwall, horticulture in, 1893,

355.
Cortaderia jubata, 1898, 238. L



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Cotoneaster microphylla

natnralised in England, 1906,

231.
Cotton in British Central Africa,

1896, 118.

Egypt, 1897, 102.

Gambia, 1894, 191.

India, 1894, 318.

West Africa, 1890, 135 ;

1891, 49.

Yoruba-land, 1890, 242.

Zanzibar, 1892, 90.

— seed in Sierra Leone, 1893,
169.

Cotyledon devensis, 1906, 402.
Coville, Prof. F. V., Death

Valley dried plants, 1894, 370.
— , , expedition,

reports of, 1894, 194.
Crab-grass, 1894, 386.

— wood, 1890, 170.
Cranberries, 1887, Sept., 5 ;

Nov., 18.
Crassula aloides, N. E. Browtiy
1896, 161.

— Barklyi, N. E. Brown, 1906,
19.

— Coleae, Baker, 1895, 214.

— cnrta, N. E. Broivn, 1895,
144.

, vav. rubra, N. E. Brown,

1895, 145.

— nyikensis. Baker, 1897, 265.

— pyramidalis, 1899, 135.

— sedif olia, N. E. Brown, 1906,
20.

— umbraticola, N. E. Brown,
1895, 145.

— variabilis, N, E. Brown,
1901, 122.

— zombensis. Baker, 1897, 266.
Craterellos verrucosus, Massee,

1906, 256.
Creagh, C. V., Bornean dried

plants, 1895, 272.

— , , — fungi, 1898, 119.

Cremaspora coffeoides, Hemsl.,

1896, 18, 144.
Crepidotus Ridleyi, Massee,

1899, 169.
Crinellino stuffing, 1906, 289.
Crinum (Codonocrinum) par-

vum. Baker, 1897, 284.

— rhodanthum, 1901, 171.

— Woodrowi, 1898, 175.



Crocus Malyi, 1898, 96.
Crombie, Rev. J. M., 1906, 225.
Crossandrella, C. B. Clarke^
gen. nov., 1906, 251.

— laxispicata, C. B. Clarke,
1906, 251.

CroBsotosoma aegyptiacum, see

Icerya.
Crotalaria argyrolobioides.

Baker, 1897, 249.

— aurantiaca, Baker, 1895, 213.

— caespitosa, Baker, 1897, 252.

— gymnocalyx, Baker, 1897,
252.

— Johnstoni, Baker, 1897, 25a

— juncea, 1887, Sept., 19.

— karongensis, Baker, 1897,
252.

— laxiflora, Baker, 1895, 64.

— leucoclada. Baker, 1895, 214.

— leucotricha. Baker, 1897, 251.

— minor, C. H. Wright, 1901,
121.

— nyikensis, Baker, 1897, 250.

— oocarpa. Baker, l897, 252.

— pauciflora. Baker, 1897, 251.

— Phillipsiae, Baker, 1895, 213.

— phyllostachys. Baker, 1897,
250.

— pilosiflora. Baker, 1897, 251.

— sparsif olia. Baker, 1897, 249.

— valida. Baker, 1897, 253.
Croton (Eucroton) confertus

Baker, 1895, 186.

— Eleuteria, 1897, 109.
Crowther, W., death of, 1895,

121.
— , — , visit to the West Indies,

1894, 227.
Cryptogamic Botanist for India,

1901,80.
Cryptogams, interesting, at Ke w,

1894, 399.
Cryptolepis obtusa, N. B.

Brown, 1895, 110.
Cryptomeria japonica, 1894, 16.
Cryptophoranthus minutus,

Rol/e, 1895, 5.

— Moorei, Rol/e, 1906, 30.

— oblongifolius, Rol/e, 1895, 5.
Cryptostegia grandiflora in S.

Australia, 1895, 10?.
Cuba, botanical exploration of,

1890, 37.
Cubebs, 1887, Dec, 1.



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Cuoumis Cecili, N. E. Brown^

1906. 104.

Oudrania triloba (with plate),

1888, 291.
Cnllay, 1904, 1.
Cultural industries at the

Gambia, 1889, 142 ; 1890, 261 ;

1892, 109.
Gold Coast, 1895,

165.

in Dominica, 1894, 405.

West Africa, 1890, 195.

*' Cumakaballi," 1892, 68; 1890,

150; 1898,277.
Cummins, Surgeon - Capt.,

botany of Ashanti expedi-
tion, 1898, 65.
, fungi from Bermuda,

1898, 133.
Cunningham, Allan, 1891, 309.
Cunonia capensis, 1887, Sept.,

11.
Cupu^su, 1898, 104.
Curacao aloes, 1899, 86.
Curtis, C, Malayan and Siamese

dried plants, 1893, 369.
— , C. H., 1892, 150.
Cuscuta (JMEonogynella) Up*

craftii, M. H. W. Pearson^

1906, 5.
Cushion scale insect, 1889, 191.

in St. Helena, 1892, 50.

Cutch, 1887, Sept., 20; 1894,

323.
— , pale, 1891, 3L
Cuviera minor, (7. H, Wrighty

1906. 105.
Cyanothyrsus sp., 1906, 199*
Cyanotis hirsuta, 1901, 172.

— somaliensis, O. B. Olarhe^
1895, 229.

Cyathea dulitensis. Baker ^ 1896,
40.

— meduUaris, 1895, 203.
Cyathula Mannii, Baker, 1897,

278.

— polycephala. Baker, 1897,

Cycads at Kew, 1892, 105, 310.

— on the Riviera, 1889, 297.
Cyclocheilon, Oliv., gen, nov.,

1895, 222.

— somaliense, OKv., 1895, 223.
Cydonia cathayensis, 1899, 225.

— sinensis, 1899, 224.



Cyn^bidium Faberi, Bolfe, 1896,

198.
Cymbopogon caesius, 1906, 341,

360.

— citratus (with plate), 1906,
322 357.

— coloratufl, 1906, 321, 356.

— confertiflorus, 1906, 318,
355.

— flexuosus, 1906, 319, 356.

— Jwarancusa, 1906, 313, 354.

— Martini, 1906, 335, 359.

— Nardus, 1906, 314, 354.

— polyneuros, 1906, 345, 361.

— Schoenanthus, 1906, 303, 352.
Cymbosepalum, Baker, gen.

nov., 1895, 103.

— Baroni, Baker, 1895, 103.
Cynanohum brevidens, N. E.

Brown, 1895, 257.

— — , var. zambesiaoum, N. E.
Brown, 1895, 257.

— clavidens, N. E. Brown, 1895,
256.

— complexum, N, E. Brown,
1895, 256.

— cucullatum, N. E. Brotvn,
1897, 272.

— formosum, N. E. Brown,
1895, 112.

— fraternum, N. E. Brown,
1895, 256.

— hastif olium, N. E. Brown,
1895, 257.

— lineare, N. E. Brown, 1897,
273.

— longipes, N. E. Brown, 1897,
273.

— vagum, N. E. Brown, 1895,
257.

Cynodon Dactylon, 1894, 377;

1897, 209.
Cynoglossum amabile. Slap/ et

Drummond, 1906, 202.

— Johnstoni, Baker, 1894, 29.

— nervosum, 1897, 109.
Cynometra Lyallii, Baker, 1894,

Oynorchis compacta, 1906, 125. ~

— grandiflora, 1897, 424.

— purpurasoens, 1897, 301.

— villosa, Bol/e, 1906, 88.
Cyperaoeae of the West Indies,

1900, 27.
Cyperus rotundus, 1892, 50.



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Cyperus Bomaliensis, G. B^

Clarke, 1895, 229.
Cypbella lilacina, Massee, 1901»

164.
Cyphia nyasica, Bakery 1898,

157.

— tortilis, N. E. Brown, 1894,
356.

Cy phomandra betacea (with fig.),

1887, Aug., 2; 1888,179; 1899,

222.

in Mysore, 1889, 26.

Cypress, Milanje, 1892, 12a;

1895, 189 ; 1896, 216.
Cvpripedium e brae teat um,

^Rolfe, 1896, 204.

— Exul, 1897, 84.

— Henryi, Rolfe, 1892, 211.

— pubescens, 1892, 181.

— pusillum, Rolfe, 1892, 211.

— tibeticum, 1906, 127.

— Wilsoni, Rolfe, 1906, 379.
Cyprus fruits, 1888, 245.

— , museum specimens from,

1887, Sept., 17.
— , orange scale in, 1891, 221.
— , pistachio cultivation in, 1890,

69.
— , Shinia in, 1897, 421 ; 1898,

190.
— , valonia in, 1888, 163.
— , wheat pest in, 1889, 133.
Cyrtandra Cominsii, Hemah,

1895, 137.
Cvrtanthus (Gastronema) (Jal-

'pini. Baker, 1892, 83.

— Hutfconi, 1896, 186.

— parviflorus, 1899, 76.
Oyrtopera flexuosa, Bol/e, 1894,

363.

— f ormosana, Rol/e, 1896, 198.

— papulosa, Rol/e, 1893, 336.
Cyrtosperma senegalense, 1898,

312.
Cystopus bliti, 1906, 57.
Cytisus proliferus, 1891, 239.
, var. palmensis, 1893, 115.

— purgans, 1898, 312.

— scoparius, 1892, 53.



Daorydium Pranklinii .?, 1889,

115.
Dacryodes hexandra, 1898, 239.
Dactylopius sacchari, 1899, 7.
Daedalea suberosa, Masaee, 1 906,

94.
Daemonorops didymophyllus,

1906, 197.

— Draco, 1906, 198.

— Draconcellus, 1906, 198.

— micranthus, 1906, 197.

— propinquus, 1906, 198.
Dagg^ wild, 1887, Sept, 9.
Dahlia maximiliana, 1899, 76.
Dahurian dried plants, 1892,

71.
Dalbergia hupeana (with plate),

1903, 25.
Daldinia aspera, Masses, 1898

134.
Dalkeith Palace, 1906, 268.
Dalmatian insect powder, 1898,

297.
Damaeus sp. on sugafc-cane,

1890, 85.

Dammar from New Caledonia,

1891, 76.

Dammara lanceolata, 1891, 76.
Daniella thurifera, 1906, 199.
Danthonia oreoboloides, Stapf,

1899,115.
Daphne blagayana, 1898, 61.
Daphniphyllum ? conglutino-

sum, HemsLy 1895, 137.
Dasylirion quadrangulatum,

1889, 303 ; 1901, 81.
Dasylirions on the Riviera,

1889, 302 ; 1892, 9.
Dasyscypha abscondita (with

plate), Maasee, 1906, 46.
Dasystachys Drimiopsis, 1898,

61.
Date-palm, 1896, 222.

— cultivation in Antigua, 1896,
26.

South Australia, 1895,

161; 1901,85.

— production in Bussorah,
1898, 46,

Davallia (Humata) bipinnati-
fida. Baker, 1899, 119.

— (Eudavallia) henry ana.
Bakery 1906, 8.



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Davallia (Loxoscaphe) lanceo-
lata, Baker, 1899, 119.

— (Humata) platylepis. Baker.
1898, 229.

— (Leucostegia) pulcherrima,
Baker, 1895, 53.

— (— ) rigidula, Baker. 1906, 8.
Davies, H. J., 1893, 366.
Davy, E. W., 1905, 61,

— J. B , 1892, 245.

, a Chinese prescription,

1898, 144.
, Calif omian dried

plants, 1896, 31.
Dawe, M. T., 1902, 24.
Dawodu, T. B., 1893, 365.
Day, John, drawings of orchids,

1906, 177.
Dear, G., 1893, 111.
Deasy, Capt., Tibetan dried

plants, 1897, 208.
Death Valley dried plants, 1894,

370.

expedition, 1894, 194.

Decades Kewenses, 1892, 82,

125, 195 ; 1893, 11, 155, 209 ;

1894, 4, 99, 344, 353, 387;

1895, 15, 23, 53, 102, 180,
315 ; 1896, 16, 36, 158 ; 1898,
224 ; 1901, 138 ; 1906, 1, 71,
200.

Deccan hemp, 1887, Sept., 19 ;

1891, 204.



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