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Deinbollia nyikensis. Baker,

1897, 249.
Delphinium Zalil (with plate),

1889, 111 ; 1895, 167.
Dematophora necatrix, 1896, 1.
Demerara pink root, 1888, 265.
Dendrobium (§ Clavipes) anna-

mense, Rolfe, 1906, 113.

— (Pedilonum) brev icanle,
Rolfe, 1899, 110.

— capillipes, 1899, 51.

— (§ Pedilonum) capitnliflorum,
Rolfe, 1901, 146.

— (Stachyobium) compactum,
Rolfe, 1906, 113.

— convolutum, Rolfe, 1906, 375.

— curviflorum, Rol/e, 1895, 281.

— (§ Pedilonum) cymbiforme,
Rolfe, 1898, 192.

— denudans, 1897, 301.

— glomeratum, Rolfe, 1894,
155.

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Dendrobium (§ Onychium)
hainanense, Rolfe, 1896, 193.

— hamatum, Rolfe, 1894, 183.

— Hildebrandii, Rol/e, 1894,
182

— hirtulum, Rolfe, 1898, 193.

— Hodgkinsoni, Rolfe, 1906,
32.

— inaequale, Rolfe, 1901, 147.

— inflatum, Rolfe, 1895, 6.

— Leonis, 1896, 186.

— (§ Stachyobium) Madonnae,
Rolfe, 1906, 32.

— (Sarcopodium) parvulum,
Rolfe, 1899, 127.

— platycaulon, Rolfe, 1892, 139.

— (§ Pedilonum) puniceum,
Rolfe, 1901, 146.

— quadrilobum, Rolfe, 1896, 44.

— quinarium, Rolfe, 1901, 147.

— (Stachyobium) rigidifolium,
Rolfe, 1899, 110.

— robustum, Rolfe, 1895, 33.

— sanderianum, Rolfe, 1894,
155.

— sarmentosum, 1897, 169.

— (§ Cadetia) Schinzii, Rolfe^
1906, 31.

— spectabile, 1901, 81.

— subclausum, Rolfe, 1894, 361.

— velutinum, Rolfe, 1895, 33.
Dendrocalamus strictus, 1889,

283.
Dendryphium effusnm, Massee,

1901, 167.
Department of Economic

Botany in West Indies, 1897,

350.
Dermatobotrys Saundersii,

1893, 367.
Derreen, 1906, 222.
Derris elliptica, 1892, 216.
Derry, R., 1896, 96 ; 1903, 31.
Descanso House, 1898, 201, 311.
Desert plants in Egypt, disap-
pearance of, 1892, 287.
Desmodium (Nicolsonia) tan-

ganyikense, Baker ^ 1 895, 65.

— tortuosum, 1896, 188.
Deutzia Wilsoni, 1906, 237.

De Vilmorin, H. L., death of,

1899, 191.
Dewar, D., 1893, 65.
Deyeuxia sclerophylla, Stapf,

1899, 115.



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Diagnoses Africanae, 1894, 17,
67, 120; 1895, 63, 93, 141,
211, 247, 288; 1897, 243;
1898, 145, 301 ; 1901, 119 ; ,
1906, 15, 78, 98, 163, 245.

Diandrolyra, Stapf^ gen. nov.,
1906, 204. I

— bicolor, Stapf, 1906, 204.
Dianthera celebica, Rolfe^ 1896,

164.
Diarrhoea plant, 1894, 193. '

Diascia cordata, N, E. Broivn^

1895,151.

— purpurea, N. E. Brown, 1895,
151.

Diatraea saccharalis, see Chilo
saocharalis.

— striatalis, 1898, 103.
Diaxenes dendrobii, 1896, 62.

— Taylori, 1896, 62.
Dichelachne brachyathera,

Stapf, 1906, 203.
Dichopsis elliptica, 1892, 296.

— Gutta, 1891, 230, 231.

— obovata, 1892, 215.

Diclis tenella, He^nsl, 1896, 163.
Dicoma megaeephala, Baker^

1897, 271.

— nyikensis, Baker, 1897, 271.

— quinquenervia, Bakei% 1895,
290.

Dicranolepis Persei, Cummins^

1898, 78.

Dictyosperma fibrosum, Wright,

1894, 359.
Didierea mirabilis (with fig.),

1898, 97.
Didissandra longipes, HemsL.

1895,114.
Didymocarpus crenata. Baker.

1896, 25.

— malayana, 1897, 169.
Digitaria paeifica, Stapf, 1906,

77. ;

Dijon, Jardin des Plantes,1900, 3. i

Dilo-nut oil, 1887, Sept., 7. ;

Dimerosporium tasmanicum, i

Mass^e, 1898, 129. I

Dimorphandra excelsa, 1887, i

Sept., 15.

— megacarpa, Eolfe, 1894, 345. i
Dimorphotheca Ecklonis, 1897, i

207.
Dioclea (Paehylobium) mega- ,
parpa, Eol/e, 1901, 139.



Diosoorea hirsuta, 1891, 268.

— rhipognoides, 1895, 230 ;
1896, 74.

Dioscoridian Codex, 1905, 70.
Diospyros acris, HemsUy 1895,
136.

— Kurzii, 1887, Sept., 18.
Dipcadi brevipes. Baker, 1901,

136.

— occidontale. Baker, 1895,
119.

Diplachne Gatacrei, Stapfy 1898,

229.
Diplodia Ochrosiae, Massee,

1901, 161.

— Tr^iae, Masses, 1899, 184.
Diplodina Arenariae, Masses,

1898, 113.
Diplomeris chinensis, Rolfs,

1896, 203.
Dipodium paludosum, 1896, 122.
Dischidia rafflesiana, 1892, 284 ;

1893, 113.
Diseases of plants : —
Anbury, club-root, or finger-

and-toe (with fig.), 1895,

129.
Anthracnose in vines, 1893,

228.
Arrowroot disease, 1893, 202.
Bacillus vascularum, 1894, 2.
Banana diseases, 1890, 272 ;

1892,48; 1894,281.
Beet and mangold diseases

(with figs.), 1906, 49.
Begonia disease, 1895, 285.
Brunnissure in vines, 1893,

227.
Cacao disease, in Trinidad

(with plate), 1899, 1.
Californian vine disease, 1893,

227.
Calospora Vanillae (with

plate), 1892, 111.
Candelillo, 1893, 67.
Canna disease, 1897, 173.
Cemiostoma coflfeellum, 1894,

130.
Central American Coffee

disease (with plate), 1899,

91.
Cercospora beticola (with

fig.), 1906, 52.
Cocoa-nut palm diseases, 1888,

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Diseases of plants — cont.
Coffee disease, Central

American (with plate),

1899, 91.
Coffee-leaf disease, 1893, 321.
in Central Africa

(preventive measures),

1893, 361 ; 1906, 36.
Ger-man East

Africa', 1894, 412.

Zanzibar, 1899, 23.

miner, 1S94, 130.

CoUetotrichum f alca cum,

1893,345; 1894,169; 1895,

82.
Cystopus bliti, 1906, 57.
Dematophora necatrix, 1896,

Glaeosporium M u s a r u m ,

1894, 281.
Grape rust, 1893, 68.
Gummosis of Prunus japonica

(with plate), 1898, 321.
Hemileia vastatrix, 1893, 321,

361 ; 1894, 412 ; 1899, 23 ;

1906, 36.
Heterodera Schachtii (with

fig.), 1906, 58.
Koleroga, 1893, 67.
Leaf-curl (with plate), 1901,

'-, potato, 1906, 110, 242.

Lily bulb disease (with plate),

1897,87.
Macrosporium solani, 1906,

112, 242.
Mangold diseases, 1906, 49.
Maromba vine disease, 1899,

213.
Melanconium Pandani, 1S95,

320.
Mildew on vines, 1889, 229 ;

1890, 190.
Nectria Bainii (with plate),

1899, 5.
Onion disease at Bermuda,

1887, Oct., 1.
Oospora scabies, 1906, 59.
Paeony disease, 1899, 88.
Pandanads, disease of, 1895,

320.
Pellicularia Koleroga, 1893,

67.
Pepper disease in Mysore,

1895, 178.

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Diseases of plants — oorU,
Peronospora Schachtii (with
fig.), 1906, 53.

— schleideniana (with plates),
1887, Oct., 1.

Phylloxera, 1891, 44.

— in Asia Minor, 1889, 66.

France, 1897, 202.

South Africa, 1889, 230,

255

Uruguay, 1893, 372.

Victoria, 1890, 36.

Phytophthora omnivora (with

plate), 1899, 4.
Pionnotes betae (with fig.),

1906, 49.
Plasmodiophora Brassicae

(with fig.), 1895, 129

— californica, 1893, 228.

— vitis, 1893, 228.

Potato disease in Poena, 1892,

238.
, perpetuation of, 1906,

110.

— leaf-curl, 1906, 110, 242.

— scab, 1906, 59.
Rhizoctonia violacea, 1906, 55.
Rhizopus necans (with plate),

1897, 87.
Root diseases caused by fungi,

1896, 1.
Rosellinia radiciperda (with

plate), 1896, 3.
Slime-fiux, 1897, 423.
Snowdrop disease, 1897, 172.
Sphaceloma ampelinum, 1893,

228.
Sphaerella tabifica, 1906, 59.
Spot disease of orchids, 1895,

302.
Sugjir-cane diseases, 1890, 85 ;

1893, 149, 345 ; 1894, 1, 81,

154,169; 1895, 81; 1896, 106.
— , gumming of, in New

South Wales, 1894, 1.
— , root disease, 1893, 345 ;

1894, 169 ; 1895, 82.
Sycamore leaf-blotch (with

plate), 1901, 88.
Tea blights (with plate), 1898,

105 ; 1899, 89.
— , brown blight of (with

plate), 1899, 89.
Thielaviopsis ethaceticus,

1894, 84.



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Diseafies of plants — cont.
Tree root-rot (with plate).

1899, 25.
Trichosphaeria sacchari, 1893,

149; 1894, 81, 154, 169;

1895, 81 ; 1896, 106.
Uredo Vialae, 1893, 68.
Uromyces betae, 1906, 51.
Urophylictis leproides (with

fig.), 1906, 56.
Vanilla disease, 1892, 111.
Vine disease in Greece, 1892,

185.

, Maromba, 1899, 213.

Violet root-rot, 1906, 55.
White rust, 1906, 57.
Disporopsis fusco-pieta, 1893,

Dissochaeta pentamera, Burkill^

1906, 5.
Dissotis cryptantha, Bak&t\

1894, 345.

— modesta, Stapf, 1906, 78.

— Whytei, Baker, 1897, 267.
Ditchmillet, 1894, 386.
Dizygotheca, N. E. Brown, gen.

nov., 1892, 197.

— leptophylla, Hemsl, 1893,
156.

— Nilssoni, N. E. Brown, 1892,
197.

— Reginae, Hemsl., 1895, 181.
Dodd, H., 1906, 224.
Dolianthus, C. H. Wright, gen.

nov., 1899, 106.

— vaccinioides, G, R. Wright,
1899, 106.

Dolichandrone Hildebrandtii,
Baker, 1894, 31.

— hirsuta, Baker, 1894, 31.

— latifolia, Baker, 1894, 31.

— obtusifolia, Baker, 1894, 31.

— platycalyx, Baker, 1894, 30.

— Smithii, Baker, 1894, 30.

— stenocarpa, Baker, 1894, 31.
Dolichos lupiniflopns, N\ E,

Brown, 1906, 102.

— lupinoides, Baker, 1895, 66.

— malosanus. Baker, 1897, 262.

— platypus, Baker, 1895, 289.

— pteropus. Baker, 1895, 66.

— shuterioides, Baker, 1897,
262.

— trinervatus, flq^ker, 1897,
262.



Dolichos xiphophylluB, Baker^

1895, 66.
Dombeya arabica. Baker, 1895,

315.

— Johnstonii, Baker, 1898, 301.

— pulchra, N. E. Brown, 1895,
142.

— tanganyikensis, Baker, 1897,
244.

Dominica, 1896, 42.

— Botanic Station, 1893, 148,
359 ; 1894, 409, 420.

— , Ceara rubber in, 1898, 13.
— , clove cultivation in 1796,

1893, 80.
— , cultural industries, 1894,

405.
— , economic resources of, 1887,

June, 4.

— iruits, 1888, 197.

— , Lime industry in, 1894, 115.
— , list of introduced economic

plantfl, 1887, July, 10.
— , museum specimens from,

1887, Sept., 17.
— , Para rubber in, 1898, 275.
— , report of Mr. Morris's visit,

1891, 115.
— , Royal Commission,

1897,380.
— , Sir R. 6. C. Hamilton's

report, 1894, 405.
Don, W., 1903, 31 ; 1905, 61.
Donnell-Smith, Capt. J., Central

American dried plants, 1896,

31.
, , Guatemalan dried

planta, 1891, 245.
Donn's Hortus Cantabrigiensis,

1895, 205.
Doorva grass, 1894, 377.
Dorstenia brasiliensis, 1887,

Dec, 10.

— Contrajerva, 1887, Dec., 10.

— Phillipsiae, 1899, 192.
Dosoris, New Yonk, 1894, 60.
Doub grass, 1894, 377.
Double cocoa-nut at Kew, 1892,

105 ; 1894, 400.

— rice, 1897, 173.
Douglas, G., 1901, 111.

— Spruce spar at Kew, 1896, 97.
Dracaena Braunii, 1893, 148.

— godseffiana, 1898, 96.

— serrulata, Baker, 1894, 342,



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t)ragon*8 blood, East Indian,

1906, 197.
DrakenBberg dried plants, 1895,

23.
Drawings of Indian and

Malayan plants, 1894, 135.
Mauritius plants, 1894,

136.
Orchids, John Day's, 1906,

177.
Drift fruits, 1906, 227.

— seed from Swansea Bay,
1893, 114.

— seeds from the Keeling
Islands, 1897, 171.

Drimia Coleae, 1897, 424.
Drugs and medicines : —
Aden Senna, 1892, 151.
Aker Tuba, 1892, 216.
Aloes, Cura9ao, 1899, 86.
— , Natal, 1890, 163.
Anise, star, 1888, 173.
Antiarin, 1891, 25, 259.
Argel leaves, 1891, 177.
Bdellium, 1896, 86.
Benzoin, Siam, 1895, 154, 195.
Bissa b61, 1896, 93.
Camphor, 1895, 305 ; 1899, 57.
— , Ai, 1895, 275 ; 1896, 73.
Cape drugs in Kew Museum,

1887, Sept., 9.
Cardamoms, 1887, Sept., 13.
— , Korarima, J 894, 400.
Chinese prescription, 1898,

144.
Cinchona, 1888, 139; 1889,

244 ; 1890, 29, 54 ; 1894,

119, 327.
Coca, 1889, 1, 221 ; 1892, 72 ;

1894, 151, 152.
Coleus dysentericus, 1894, 10.
Contrayerva, 1887, Dec, 10.
Demerara Pink-root, 1888,

265.
Diarrhoea plant, 1894, 193.
Eucalyptus oils, 1887, Sept., 5.
Gambia native medicines,

1891, 268 ; 1893, 371.
Oambc^e, Siam, 1895, 139.
Ginseng, 1892, 107 ; 1893, 71 ;

1902, 4.
Gum Benjamin, 1895, 154,

195.
Holarrhena africana, 1896, 47.
— febrifuga, 1896, 47.



Drugs and medicines — cofiL
Hotai, 1896, 94.
Huang-ch'i, 1906, 382.
Hymenodictyon excelsum,

1895, 141.
Hyoscyamus muticus, 1896,

155.
Iboga root, 1895, 37.
Ipecacuanha, 1888, 123 ; 1896,

32 ; 1898, 207.
— , Trinidad, 1888, 269.
Ipoh poison, 1891, 25, 259;

1895, 140.
.Jaborandi, Paraguay, 1891,

179.
Jalap,* Tampico, 1897, 302.
Kino, 1897, 101.
Lathyrus Siitivus, 1894, 349.
i Liquorice, 1893, 223; 1894,

141.
! — , Chinese, 1896, 222.
! Madagascar native medicines,

1890, 203.

Myrrh, 1896, 86 ; 1897, 98.
Opium, Benares, 1887, Sept.,

19.
Orchella, 1906, 176.
Papain, 1897, 104.
Piper ovatum, 1895, 237.
Quassia, 1894, 402.
Quinine, 1888, 139 ; 1890, 29 ;

1898, 55.
Senna, Aden, 18^2, 151.
Sophora secundiflora, 1892,

216.
Star Adise, 1888, 173.
Tea oil, 1888, 264.
Turnsole, 1889, 279; 1899,

88.
Y-dzi of Tonquin, 1893, 76.
Yoruba-land native medicines,

1891, 208.
Drummond Castle, 1906, 265.
Dry rot, 1894, 33.
Dryandra calophylla, 1899, 51.
Dryobalanops aromatica, 1887,

Sept., 15.
Duke of Argyle, 1891, 292.
Dumontia simplex. Cotton.

1906, 272.
Duncan, J. G., 1901, 111.
Dunkeld, 1906, 263.
Dunn, S. T., 1903, 30.
Durban Botanic Garden, 1900,

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Duriau in the West Indies, 1897,

406. I

Durio zibethinus, 1897, 406.
Duroline for Wardian cases,

1893, 341.
Dutch grass, 1894, 383.
Duthie, J. F., 1903, 29.
, Indian dried plants,

1896,31.
— , , Kashmir dried plants,

1893, 224.



Earl of Bute, 1891, 290.

botanical tables, 1892,

306.
East Africa, botanical enterprise
in, 1896, 80.

, German, 1894, 411 ; 1896,

178.

, — , coffee-leaf disease in,

1894, 412.

Duvalia dentata, N. E. Broini, ] , list of plants introduced

1895, 265. I from, by Sir John Kirk, 1896,

Dyes and colouring matters : — ' 82,
Annato, 1887, July, 1 ; Sept.,* I — Indian Dragon's Blood, 1906,
1; 1890, 141; 1892, 215, | 197.
303.
Barwood, 1906, 373.
Bengal Kino, 1887, Sept., 20.
Clove, 1894, 417.
Dye-yam, 1895, 230; 1896,74.
Dyes of India, 1894, 321.

Madagascar, 1890, 205,

207, 208, 212.

Yoruba-land, 1891, 219.

Zanzibar, 1892, 90.

— , vegetable, employed in
silk industry, Lyons, 1900,
5.
Fungus-gamboge, 1899, 23.
Gamboge, Siam, 1895, 139.
Geranium wallichianum, 1896,

29.
Indian-yellow, 1890, 45.
Indigo, artificial, 1898, 33.
— , Indian, 1894, 322.
— , Paraguay, 1892, 179.
— , West African, 1888, 74,

268.
— , Yoruba-land, 1888, 74, 268.
Maqui berries, 1890, 34.
Purree, 1890, 45.
Safflower, 1887, Sept., 20.
Shinia, 1897, 421 ; 1898, 190.
Sumach, Venetian, 1895, 293.
Tengah bark, 1897, 91.
Woad, 1902, 15.
Zalil, Persian, 1889, 111;
1895, 167.
Dyschoriste matopensis, N. E,
Brown, 1906, 166.



— Indies, coffee enterprise in,
1893, 123.

, fibre - yielding Agaves,

1892, 36.

, introduction of the Brazil

nut, 1887, Dec., 11.

, West Indian food-
plants, 1887, Aug., 1 ; 1889,17.

, Sisal hemp in, 1892, 37.

Eben tree of Old Calabar, 1906,
172.

Ebony, Madagascar, 1888, 135.

Echidnopsis Bentii, N. E.
Brown, 1901, 114, 141.

— nubica, N. E. Brown, 1895,
263.

Echinocactus Wislizeni at Kew,

1895, 155.
Ecuador, Cacao in, 1899, 42.
Edible fungus of New Zealand,

1890, 217.
Edithcolea, N. E. Brown, gen.

nov., 1895, 220.

— grandis, N. E. Brown, 1895,
220.

Education, agricultural, in Ja-
maica, 1892, 74.
— , technical in horticulture,

1892, 41.
Egerton-Warburfcon, Miss, fungi

from Western Australia, 1898,

123.
Egypt, Assam rubber in, 1897,

429 ; 1899, 87.
— , cotton cultivation in, 1897,

102.
— , disappearance of desert

plants in, 1892, 287. ...
— , malingering in, 1898, 143. -



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Egypt, Nelumbium speciosum

in, 1900, 30.
£hretia acntifolia, Baker, 1894,

28.

— angolensis. Baker, 1894, 29.

— corylifolia, Winght, 1896, 25.

— divaricata. Baker, 1894, 28.

— inacrophylla, Baker, 1894,
29.

Ehrharta delicatula, Skipf, 1897,

— "Rekmannii, Stapf, 1897, 288.
Ekebergia capensis, 1887, Sept.,

11.
Elaeagnus macrophylla, 1899,

51.
Elaeis guineensis, 1891, 190 ;

1892, 62, (with plate) 200;
1895, 164.

in Labuan, 1889, 2.59.

Elaeocarpus aberi-ans, Brandts,
1899, 97.

— fanroensis, HemsL, 1896, 159.

— floridanns, HemsL, 1896, 158.

— rarotongensis, HemsL, 1896,
159.

Elaeodendron croceum, 1887,
Sept., 11.

— quadrangulatum, 1892, 137.
Elands Bontjes, 1887, Sept., 13.
Elatostema peltatnm, HemsL,

1901, 143.
Elephant beetle (with plate),

1893, 44.
Elephantorrhiza Burchellii,

1887, Sept., 13.
Elettaria Cardamomum, 1887,

Sept, 13.
Elliott, E. A., Indian dried

plants, 1896, 31.
— , W. R., 1903, 31.
Elliottia racemosa, 1906, 226.
Emilia basifolia. Baker, 1898,

154.

— integrifolia, Baker, 1895, 69.
Employes at Kew, pay of, 1894,

133 ; 1895, 234.
Empogona Allenii, Stapf, 1906,

Engler, Dr. A., Brazilian dried
plants, 1893, 146; 1897,241.

— , , New (ruinea dried

plants, 1892, 72.

— • , Tropical African dried



plaiifts,



-, Tropical I
1, 1891, 275.



Entada scandens, 1893, 114.
Enys, Cornwall, 1893, 357.
Ephedra altissima, 1899, 192.
Epicampes macroura, 1887, Dec.,

9.
Epicliniuni Cumminsii, Massee,

1898, 133.
Epidendrum atrorubens, Rolfe,

1896, 46.

— bi tuberculatum, Rolfe, 1892,
209.

— "Ellisii, Rolfe, 1894, 184.

— Hartii, Rolje, 1894, 157.

— laucheanum, Rolfe, 1893, 62.

— mooreanum, Rolfe, 1891, 199.

— (§ Osmophytum) organense,
Rolfe, 1898, 194.

— osmanthum, 1901, 202.

— (§ Barkeria) Palmeri, Rolfe,
1893, 6.

— Pfavii, Rol/e, 1894, 392.

— pumilum, Rolfe, 1893, 171.

— tricolor, Rolfe, 1893, 63.
Epilobium obcordatum, 1899,

51.
Epipremnum mirabile, 1896, 71.
Episcia densa, HemsL, 1895, 17 j

1896, 149.
Eragrostis abyssinica, 1887, Jan.,

2 ; 1894, 378.

— Dinteri, Stapf, 1906, 29.

— lasiantha, Stapf, 1906, 82.

— (§ Platystachya) poecilantha,
Stapf, 1906, 83.

Eranthemum bil&biale, C. B.
Clarke, 1906, 252.

— reticulatum, 1896, 149.

— whartonianum, HemsL, 1894,
214.

Eria albiflora, RolJe, 1893, 170,

— caespitosa, Rolfe, 1896, 194.

— (Hymeneria) celebica, Rolfe^
1899, 128.

— cinnabarina, Rolfe, 1894, 183»

— cristata, Rolfe, 1892, 139. "

— (§ Dendrolirion) formosana^
Rolfe, 1896, 194.

— (§ Hymeneria) latibracteata,
Rolfe, 1898, 194, 200.

— (Eriura) tricuspidata, Rolfe,
1899, 128.

Erianthus formosanus, Stapf,

1898, 228.
Erica barbertona, Galpin, 1895,

148.



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Erica terminalis, 1906, 126.
Erinolla corticola, MasseCy 1898,

115.
Eriodendron anfractuosam,

1890, 204 ; 1896, 204.
Eriophorum vaginatum, floss

from, 1906, 410.
Eriosema cryplanthum, Bakery

1897, 264.

— distinctum, N, E. Browtiy
1906, 103.

— longipes, N, E. Browriy 1906,
104.

Eriospermnm Cecili, Bakery
1906, 28.

— tulbaghioides. Bakery 1898,
164.

Ernst, Dr. A., 1900, 17.
Errata, 1894, 112, 314; 1895,
322 ; 1896, 128, 235 ; 1905, 72.
Erythea armata, 1889, 294.

— edulis, 1889, 294.
Erythroninin Hartwegi, 1898, 96.
Erythroxylon areolatum, 1889,

11.

— Coca (with fig.), 1889, 1 ;
1892, 72.

at Lagos, 1890, 162.

, cultivation in India, 1894,

151.
, earliest notice of, 1889,

221.

in Ceylon, 1894, 152.

— var.novo-granatense(with

fig.), 1889, 1 ; 1894, 153.

— laurifolium, 1889, 11.

— macrophyllum, 1889, 11.

— monogynum, 1889, 11.

— montanum, J 889, 11.

— ovatum, 1889, 11.

— retusum, 1889, 11.
Esmeralda rubber of Guiana,

1892, 67, 70.
Esparto, 1898, 318.
Essence of lemon, 1895, 269.

limes, 1892, 108.

Eucalypti in Natal, 1895, 3.
Eucalyptus amygdalina, 1887,

Sept., 5.

— citriodora, 1903, 5.

— coccifera, 1889, 61.
at Kew, 1892, 309.

— diversicolor, 1887, Sept., 6.

— Globulus, 1887, Sept., 6;
1^89, 61 ; 1895, 3 ; 1903, 1.



Eucalyptus Globulus at Kew,
1892, 309.

— gomphocephala, 1887, Sept., 6.
— , hardy species of, 1889, 61 ;

1892, 309.

— longicornis, 1887, Sept., 6.

— longifolia, 1895, 3.

— loxophleba, 1887, Sept., 6.

— margin ata, 1887, Sept., 6 ;
1890, 188 ; 1893, 338.

— obliqua, 1889, 114.

— oils, 1887, Sept., 5.

— redunca, 1887, Sept., 6.

— rostrata, 1887, Sept., 6 ; 1895,
3.

— timber for street paving,
1897, 219.

from W. Australia, 1899,

72, 205.
Enchlaena luxurians, 1894, 380.
Euclea undulata, 1887, Sept., 11.
Eucomis humilis, Bakery 1895,

152.
Eucommia ulmoides, 1895, 122 ;

1901, 89 ; (with plate) 1904, 4.
Eugenia caryophy llata, 1892, ^8 ;

1893, 17, 80 ; 1894, 417.

— (Syzygium) masukuensis,
Bakery 1897, 267.

— Prora, Burkilly 1906, 4.
Eulophia deflexa, Rolfey 1895,

192.

— dispersa, N. E, Brotitiy 1892,
127.

— Faberi, Rol/ey 1896, 198.

— nuda, 1906, 126.
Eulophiella peetersiana, 1898,

279.
Eunidia sp., 1897, 179.
Euonymus aculeatus, Hemsl.^

1893, 209.

— cornutus, Hemsl.y 1893, 209.

— europaeus, 1897, 167.

— myrianthus, Hemsl.y 1893,
210.

— venosus, Hemsl.y 1893, 210.
Eupatorium (Heterolepis) cliba-

dioides, Bake7\ 1895, 105.

— laeve, 1892, 179.

— rebaudianum, 1901, 174.

— tinctorium, 1892, 179.
Euphorbia (Goniostema) Ab-

bottii, Bake7\ 1894, 150; 1895,
19.

— calabarica, BurkiU, 1901, 133.



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Euphorbia (Rhizanthium) had-
ramautica, BakeVj 1894, 341.

— lophogona, 1906, 128.

— (Rhizanthium) oblongicaulis,
Bahe7\, 1895, 185.

— procumbens, 1906, 237.

— Sipolisii, N. E. Brotv^i, 1893, i
158.

— Tirucaili, 1896, 68.
Euryops floribundus, N. E,

Brown, 1901, 125.

— pedunculatus, N. E. BrowUy
1895, 147.

— setiloba, N. E. Browriy 1906,
22.

— striata, N. E. Brown, 1906,
23.

Euterpe Jeumauii, C. H.
Wright, 1906, 203.

— ventricosa, G. H. Wright,
1906, 203.

Euthemis ciliata, H. H. W.

Pearson, 1906, 3.
Eutypa erumpens, Massee, 1898,

134.
Evans, A., 1901, 200.
— , F., 1903, 31.
— , L. B. P., 1905, 60.
— , M. S., Drakensberg dried

plants, 1895, 23.
Everett, A. H., South Celebes

dried plants, 1896, 36.
Evodia colorata, Dunn, 1906, 2.
Excoecaria Agallocha, 1896, 69.

— Grahami, iSto;?/, 1906, 81.
Exoascus deformans (with

plate), 1901, 87.
Exobasidium vexans, Massee

(with fig.), 1898, 109.
Exorrhiza wendlandiana, 1901,

202.
Exotic plants from the Royal

Gardens, Kew, 1893, 147.
Experimental cultivation at

Port Darwin, 1895, 99.



Fadogia obovata, N, E, Brown,

1906,105.
— triphylla, Baker, 1895, 68.
Pagonia Luntii, Baker, 1894,
l30.



Fagonia nummularif olia. Baker

1895, 181.
Fagopyrum tataricum, 1893, 1.

, var., 1891, 244.

, — himalaica, 1893, 1.

Fagraea macroscypha, Baker,

1896, 25.

— spicata. Baker, 1896, 25.
Fagus antarctica, 1906, 381.
, var. uliginosa, 1906, 381.

— betuloides, 1906, 380.

— Cunninghamii, 18S9, 114, 115.

— Dombeyi, 1906, 380.

— obliqua, 1906, 381.
Faham tea, 1892, 181.

False Sisal of Florida, 1892, 183.
Farmer, J. B., Perim dried

plante, 1895, 45.
Faroa axillaris. Baker, 1898,

158.

— Buchanani, Baker, 1894, 26.

— graveolens, Baker, 1894, 26.

— pusilla. Baker, 1894, 26.
Farrer, W. J., 1906, 226.
Farsetia longistyla, Baker, 1895,

211.
" Fat hen " in Austi-alia, 1897,

218.
Faurea saligna, 1901, 83.
Favolus purpureus, Massee,

1899, 176.
Feijoa sellowiana, 1898, 312.
Felicia Burchellii, A^. E. Broum,

1906, 20.

— linearis, N. E. Brown, 1895,
146.

— lutea, N. E. Brown, 1901,
123.

Fern house, temperate, at Kew,

1892, 285.
, tropical, at Kew, 1897,

404.

— pit, cool, at Kew, 1894, 75.
Ferns and Fern Allies, hand list

of, 1895, 199 ; 1906, 124.
— , filmy, new house for, 1892,
187.

— of North-western India, 1899,
21.

South Africa, 1893, 69.

Ferretia aeruginescens, Stapf\

1906, 79.
Ferula alliacea, 1895, 204.

— jaeschkeana, 1895, 57.

— Narthex, 1895, 57.



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Festuca monantha, Stapf, 1899, '
117. I

— papuana, Stapf, 1899, 117.
Fever in cocoa-nut palms in ;

British Honduras, 1893, 41.
Fibres :—
Asclepias semilunata, 1906,

397.
Australian grass wrack, 1906,

397.
Bahamas Pita, see Sisal hemp.
Betel-nut fibre, 1887, Sept.,

14.
Bombay Aloe fibre, 1890, 50 ;

1892, 36, 283.
Bowstring hemp, 1887, May,

1 ; 1892, 129 ; 189.^, 186,

208 ; 1897, 315.
Broom root, 1887, Dec, 9;

1897, 172.
Buaze fibre, J 889, 222.
Calotropis gigantea, 1900, 9.
Caraguata fibre, 1892, 191.
Central American Pita, 1887,

March, 3.
China Grass, 1888, 145 ; 1889,

268, 284; 1896,73; 1898,

209.
Chinese fibres, 1891, 247.
Cocoa-nut coir, 1887, Sept.,

19 ; 1889, 129.
Cotton, J 890, 135 ; 1891, 49;

1892, 90; 1894, 191, 318;

1896, 118 ; 1897, 102.
Deccan hemp, 1887, Sept., 19 ;

1891, 204.
Eriophorum vaginatum, 1906,

397.
Esparto, 1898, 318.
False Sisal of Florida, 1892,

183.
Formosan fibres, 1896, 73.
Henequen (Sisal) hemp, 1892, |

33.
Hibiscus lunariifolius, 1899,

139.
Honckenya fibre, 1889, 15.
Indian fibres, 1894, 321.
Istle fibre, 1887, Dec, 5 ; 1890,

220.
Jute at the Gambia, 1898,

38.
Kanaff, 1887, Sept., 19 ; 1891,

204.
Kendir, 1898, 181.



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