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14.
Tarsonymus on Begonias, 1895,

285.

sugar-cane, 1890, 85.

Tasmania, fungi from, 1898, 124 ;

1901, 156.
Tasmanian fruits, 1888, 11,

— woods, 1889, 112.
Taylor,W., 1906, 173.
Tchihatchewia isatidea, 1898,

238.
Tea, 1888, 86.

— blights (with plate), 1898,
105.

— , brown blight of (with plate),

1899, 89.
— , compressed or tablet, 1890,

109.

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Tea cultivation in Natal, 1887,
Sept., 12.

the Caucasus, 1895, 58.

— , Faham, 1892, 181.

— in India, 1894, 326.
Travancore, 1894, 403.

— industry of the Upper Chind-
win, 1896, 14.

— , Jamaica, 1888, 86 ; 1906, 229.

— , Jyree, 1899, 82.

— , Lao, 1892, 219.

— , Leppett, 1896, 10.

— , Madagascar, 1888, 87.

— , Mauritius, 1892, 234 ; 1899,

22.
— , Natal, 1888, 87.

— oil and cake, 1888, 264.

— , Paraguay, 1892, 132 ; 1898,
142.

— production in India, 1894,

— , Fu-6rh, 1889, 118, 139.

— substitute, Yaccinium Arct-
ostaphylos, 1895, 61.

Tecoma Brycei, N. E. Broum,
1901 130.

— nyikensis. Baker, 1898, 159.

— shirensis. Baker, 1894, 30.

— Whytei, a H. Wright, 1897,
275.

Teff,' 1887, Jan., 2 ; 1894, 378.

Telfairia occidentalis, 1906, 229.

Temperate House, Kew, 1894,
75, 398; 1895, 235; 1897,
333 ; 1898, 64 ; 1899, 79.

Tender Monocotyledons, hand-
list of, 1897, 229.

Tengah bark, 1897, 91.

Teosinte, 1894, 380.

Tephrosia (Heineria) dissiti-
liora. Baker, 1897, 257.

— dura. Baker, 1894, 331.

— (Reineria)geminiliora,BaAr^,
1895, 316.

— ( — ) melanocalyx, Baker,
1897, 258.

— (—) nyikensis, Baker, 1897,
25T.

— ( — ) periculosa, Baker, 1897,
258.

— ( — ) zombensis. Baker, 1897,
257.

Terblanz, 1901, 83.
Terminalia triptera, Stapf, 1895,
103.



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Tencriom (Pollum) nQmmnlari-

folium, Baker, 1895, 185.
Thamnosma Hirschii, Schw/.,

1895, 315.

Thelasis hongkongensis, Rolfe,

1896, 199.
Theobroma bicolor, 1899, 42.

— Cacao, 1890, 170 ; 1893, 136.
Thielayiopeis ethaceticns, 1894,

84.
Thiselton - Dyer, Sir W. T.,

"Agriculture and the Em-
pire," 1906, 94.
, , retirement of,

1905, 62.
*Thit-Bi,' 1906, 137.
Thomson, Dr. Thomas, portrait

of, 1895, 236.
— , J. W., death of, 1895, 120.
Thorpe, W., 1897, 84.
Thread blight, 1898, 111.
Thrinax Morrisii, 1891, 131.
Thuja gigantea, 1887, Sept., 5.
Thunia brymeriana, Bol/ej 1894,

156.
Thurston, Sir J., death of, 1897,

169.
Tibet, Flora of, 1894, 136 ; 1896,

207 ; 1898, 26.
Tibetan dried plants, 1893, 369 ;

1896, 99, 207 ; 1897, 208.

— herbarium, J. E. Winterbot-
tom's, 1900, 19.

Tibouchina (Pseudopterolepis)

meiodon, Stap/^ 1895, 104.
Tilletia, revision of the genus

(with plate), 1899, 141.
Timbaran tree of N. E. Borneo,

1894, 108.
Timber, home-grown, prices for

1896 ; 1897, 97.

— Museum, guide to, 1894, 74.
Timbers : —

Alder, 1904, 6.

Andaman marble wood, 1887,

Sept., 18.
— red wood, 1887, Sept., 18.
Araucaria wood, 1893, 225.
Australian timbers in Kew

Museum, 1892, 247.
Bandina boxwood, 1887, Sept.,

8.
Beefwood, 1892, 73.
Black iron wood, 1887, Sept.,

11.



Timbers — conL

Black wood, 1889, 115.
Borneo camphor wood, 1887,
Sept., 15.

— iron wood, 1887, Sept^ 15.
Brazil-wood, new, 1896, 223.
British North Borneo timbers,

1887, Sept., 14.
Canary rosewoods, 1893, 133.
Cape boxwood, 1887, Feb., 1.

— timbers, 1887, Sept., 10.
Comino trees, 1894, 197.
Eucalyptus timber, 1897, 219 ;

1899, 72.
' Formosa, timber in, 1896, 75.
Greenheart, 1887, Sept., 15;

1893, 117.
Huon pine, 1889, 115.
Jamaica cogwood, 1889, 127.

— walnut, 1894, 138, 371.
Jarrah, 1887, Sept., 6 ; 1890,

188 ; 1893, 338 ; 1897, 219 ;

1899, 72, 205.
Karri, 1887, Sept., 6 ; 1897,

219 ; 1899, 72, 205.
Lagos timbers, 1893, 183.
Laurel wood, 1887, Sept., 10.
Light wood, 1899, 115.
Madagascar ebony, 1888, 135.

— timbers, 1890, 203.
Mahogany, 1892, 72.

— , horse flesh, 1887, Dec., 4.
— , West African, 1890, 168 ;

1894, 8 ; 1895, 79.
Milanje cedar, 1892, 123;

1895, 189.
Mirabou, 1887, Sept., 15.
Mora, 1887, Sept., 15.
Morrell, 1887, Sept., 6.
Newfoundland, timber in,

1896, 125.
Outeniqua yellow-wood, 1887,

Sept., 10.
Padouk, 1887, Sept., 18.
Pai-t'an tree, 1903, 25.
Pencil cedar, 1889, 115.
Peruvian walnut, 1893, 353 ;

1894, 140.
Raspberry jam wood, 1887,

Sept., 7.
Red myrtle, 1889, 114.
Sandalwood, 1887, Sept., 7.
— y Juan Fernandez, 1894, 110,

372.
Sassafras, 1889, 116.



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Timbers — cont.
Sneeze«woody 1895, 3.
Stink-wood, 1887, Sept., 10 ;

1895, 3.
Straits Settlements timbers,

1890, 112.
Stringy bark, 1889, 114.

— gum, 1889, 114-
Tapang, 1904, 14.
Tasmanian timbers, 1889, 112.
Terblanz, 1901, 83.

Tnart, 1887, Sept., 6.
Tulip-tree wood, 1896, 223.
Uganda juniper, 1899, 197.
Umzumbit, 1887, Sept., 11.
Wandoo, 1887, Sept., 6.
West Indian boxwood, 1904,

11.
White myrtle, 1889, 115.

— willow, 1895, 239 ; 1897,
428.

Yellow wood, 1887, Sept., 10;
1895, 3.

York gum, 1887, Sept., 6.

Yoruba-land timbers, 1891,
41.

Zapat^ro, 1904, 11.
Tinnea arabica, BakeVy 1894,

339.
-^ physaloides, Baker^ 1898,

163.
Tobacco cultivation in British

Central Africa, 1895, 190.
Southern Siam, 1902,

12.

Yoruba-land, 1890, 242.

— , natural sugar in, 1896, 49.

— , Persian, 1891, 77.

Tobago, economic resources of,

1887, June, 5.
— fruite, 1888, 190.
— , Report of Royal Commis-
sion, 1897, 371.
Todea ( Leptopteris ) alpina,

Baker, 1899, 121.
Todd fibre machine, 1894, 189.
Togoland, 1894, 410; 1896,

175.
Tombak, 1891, 77.
Ton Khoi, 1888, 82.
Tonga Islands dried plants ,1892,

151.

, flora of, 1894, 370.

Tonquin, Y-dzi of, 1893, 76.
Toonu, or Tunu, 1898, 141.

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Totem pole from British Colum-
bia, 1898, 138.
Toxicodendrol, 1903, 16.
Trachelospermum crocosto-

mum, Stapf, 1906, 74.
Trachycarpus excelsus, 1894, 16.
Trachylejeunea Englishii,

Steph.y 1899, 126.
Trachylobium dewevrianum,

1899, 139.
Trachymene celebica, HemsL,

1896, 37.
Tragacanth, 1894, 36 ; 1895, 238.
Transvaal dried plants, 1892,

104.
— , plant poisonous to trek oxen

in, 1901, 99.
Travancore, coffee and tea in,

1894, 403.
Treculia acuminata, 1894, 360.

— affona, N. E. Brown, 1894,
360.

— af ricana, 1894, 359.

— madagascarica, N. E. Brown,
1894, 360.

— obovoidea, N. E. Brown,
1894, 361.

Tree planting in British Central
Africa, 1895, 188.

— root-rot (with plate), 1899, 25.

— tomato (with fig.), 1887,
Aug., 2.

Trees and Shrubs, hand-list of,
part i., 1895, 40 ; part ii.,

1896, 187.

in Scottish garden?,

1906, 258.

of the Bombay Presi-
dency, 1894, 401.

— , pottery, 1903, 25.

Trek oxen in Transvaal, plant
poisonous to, 1901, 99.

Tremella picea, Massee, 1899,
172.

— vinosa, Massee, 1899, ISO.
Tremellodon aurantiacum, Mas-
see, 1899, 172.

Trevor-Battye, A., fungi from

Spitzbergen, 1898, 113.
Trevoria Chloris, 1901, 203.
Trianthema nyasica. Baker,

1897, 268.

Trias vitrina, Rolfe, 1895, 282.
Tricalysia cuneifolia. Baker,
1894, 148.

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Trichilia alata, N. E. Btvwn,

1896, 160.
Trichocaolon Alston!, N. E.

Broum, 1906, 166.

— officinale, N. E. Brown^
1895, 264.

Trichocentmm alatum, Rcife^

1898 197

— albiflomm, Rolfe, 1893, 336.

— Hartii, Rolfe, 1894, 395.
Trichocladus grandifioriis, 1895,

156.

— malosanofi, Baker, 1897, 266.
Trichocline (Ingenhoosia) ocmli-

folia. Baker, 1892, 197.

— ( — ) paragnayensis. Baker,
1892, 198.

Trichodesma africannm. Baker,
1895, 184.

— grandif olinm. Baker, 1894,
29.

— Medusa, Baker, 1894, 29.

— panciflornm, Baker, 1894, 29.

— stenosepalum, Baker, 1895,
221.

Trichoglottis celebica, Eolfe,

1899 130.

— Koordersii, Rolfe, 1899, 130.

— oblongif olia, Rolfe, 1899, 130.
Tricholoma saevmn (with plate),

1906, 47.
Trichomanes crinitnm, 1892,
309.

— vestitum. Baker, 1894, 7.
Trichopteryx acuminata, Stajif,

1897, 297.

— annua, Stapf, 1897, 298.

— camerunensiB, Stapf, 1897,
296.

— elegans, 1896, 127.

— flavida, Stapf, 1897, 298.

— gigantea, Stapf, 1897, 295.

— hordeiformis, Stapf, 1897,
297.

— nigritiana, Stapf, 1897, 297.

— ramosa, Stapf, 1897, 298.
Trichosphaeria sacchari, 1893,

150; 1894,81,154,169; 1895,

81 ; 1896, 106.

in Java, 1895, 84.

Mauritius, 1894, 81.

Trichosporium aterrimum,

Massee, 1899, 166.

— purpureum, Massee, 1899,
166.



Trifolium Johftstoni, 1899, 137,
Triglyphium niveum, Massee

1898, 113.
Trigonidium subrepena, Rolfe^

1906, 377.
Trigynaea antillana, Rolfe, 1893,

235.
Trimen, Dr. H., death of, 1890,

219.
— , , retirement of, 1896,

147.
Trimeria tropica, BurkiU, 1898,

145.
Trinidad, bananas in, 1894, 270,

276. 283, 302, 304, 313.
— , Cacao disease in (with plate),

1899, 1.
— , Oastilloa elastica in, 189<»,

221.
— , Coffea stenophylla in, 1898,

27.

— coffee, 1888, 129.

— , economic resources of, 1887,

June, 3.
— , Flora of, 1905, 41.

— fruits, 1888, 191.

— , fungi from, 1898, 134.

— Ipecacuanha, 1888, 269.

— , mangosteens from, 1898, 2ti.
— , museum specimens from,

1887, Sept., 16.
— , Para rubber in, 1898, 275.
— 9 pepper cultivation in, 1894,

79.
— , report of Royal Commission,

1897, 366.
— , Sisal hemp in, 1892, 34.

— Vanilla, 1896, 125.
Triplostegia repens, HemsL,

1899, 101.
Tripogon Jacquemontii, Stapf,
1892, 85.

— Lisboae, Stapf, 1892, 84.
Tristachya biseriata, Stapf, 1897,

295.

— decora, Stapf, 1895, 75.

— glabra, Stapf, 1897, 294.

— tuberculata, Stapf, 1897, 294.
Tristania laurina, 1897, 206.
Triumfetta semitriloba, var.

af ricana, fibre from, 1906, 397.
Trogia hispida, Massee, 1901,

162.
Tropical Africa, bananas in,

1894, 265, 274, 286, 287, .304.



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Tropical Africa, botanical

survey of, 1906, 239.
, dried plants from, 1891,

275; 1893, 146; 1894, 166;

1897, 241.

, Flora of, 1894, 17 ; 1898,

24,97,280; 1899, 192; 1901,
82, 173 ; 1905, 26 ; 1906, 135,
237.

, German Colonies in, 1894,

410; 1896,174.

, new Liliaceae from, 1893,

148.

— Affriculture, text-book of,

1893, 69.

— and sab-tropical plants, cool
cultivation of, 1889, 287.

— fodder grasses, 1894, 373;

1895, 209 ; 1896, 115.
Truelove. W., death of, 1894, 74.
— , — , retirement of, 1892, 185.
Truxillo coca, 1894, 152.
Tryblidiella tetraspora, Massee^

1906, 257.
Trypodendron domesticum,
1890, 185.

— lineatum, 1890, 185.

— signatum (with tigs.), 1890,
182.

Tu Chung tree, 1904, 4.
Tuart wood, 1887, Sept., 6.
Tuberous Labiatae, 1894, 10.
Tulbaghia campanulata, N. E.

Brown, 1901, 136.
Tulip-tree wood for cigar boxes,

1896, 223.

Tulipa violacea, 1895, 299.
Tulostoma Ridleyi, Maasee,

1899, 173.
T'ung oil, 1906, 117, 398.
Tunis, vine culture in, 1890, 36.
Turkey-oak in South Africa,

1894, 111.

Turks and Caicos Islands, Sisal
hemp in, 1890, 273 ; 1892, 31,
217 ; 1893, 227 ; 1896, 119 ;

1898, 287.

— Islands, palmetto straw from,
1898, 288.

Turnip seed, pure, production

of, 1894, 223.
Turnsole, cultivation of, 1899,

88.
— , poisoning from, 1889, 279.
Turpentine tree, 1898, 239.



Turraea lycioides. Baker, 1895,

212.
Turtle-seeds of the Solomon

Islands, 1892, 105.
Tutcher, W. J., 1891, 245.
Tylophora cameroonica, N. E.

Brown, 1895, 258.

— conspicua, N. E. Brown,
1895, 258.

— oblonga, N. E. Brown, 1895,
257.

— oculata, N. E. Brown, 1895,
112.

— stenoloba, N. E. Broom,
1895, 257.

Typhoon in Hong Kong, 1895,
46.



U.

Udal fibre, 1887, Sept., 19.
Uganda, bark cloth of, 1892, 58.

— clover, 1899, 137.

— , fibre from, 1906, 397.

— juniper, 1899, 197.
Umbrella pine, 1906, 123.
Umbrophila aurantiaca, Mcmtsee,

1899, 182.
Umzumbit, 1887, Sept., 11.
Uncaria Gambler, 1889, 247;

1892, 76.

, introduction to West

Indies, 1891, 106, 109 ; 1893,
359.

— grandifolia, Ba/cer, 1896, 23.
United States, bananas in, 1894,

311.
, fibre investigations in,

1893, 206.

, horticulture and arbori-
culture in, 1894, 37.

National Herbarium, 1897,

204.

, Russian thistle in, 1894,

139.

Upper Burma, rubber trade in,
1888, 217.

Congo, new products

from, 1899, 139.

Uredo Cannae, 1897, 173.

— Oldenlandiae, Mas$ee, 1898,
116.

— Vialae, 1893, 68.



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Urera fibre, 1888, 84.

— tenax (with plate), 1888, 84.
Uromyces betae, 1906, 51.

— Bolusii, Masaee, 1901, 168.
Urophylictis leproides (with

fig.), 1906, 56.
Ursinia alpina, N. E. Brown,
1901, 125.

— Baxatilis, N. E. Browriy 1894,
355.

Uruguay, a new fruit from,

1906, 365.
— , viticulture in, 1893, 371.
Usambara dried plants, 1894,

166.
Ustilago goniospora, Massee,

1899, 183.

— microspora, Massee et Rod-
way, 1901, 160.

— Stenotaphri, Massee, 1899,
184.

Utricularia janthina, 1896, 122.
Uvaria virens, N, E. Brown,
1896, 16.



Yaccinium Arctostaphylos as a
tea substitute, 1895, 61.

— erythroearpum, 1895, 156.

— hirsutum, 1894, 192.

— oblongum, C. H. Wright,
1899, 103.

— setosum, Wright, 1896, 24.
Valeriana capensis, var. lanceo-

lata, N. E. Brown, 1895, 146.
Vallaris grandiflora, HemsL et

E, H. Wils., 1906, 162.
Valonia in Cyprus, 1888, 163.
Vanda celebica, Rol/e, 1899, 131.

— hainanensis, Bol/e, 1896, 199.

— roeblingiana, Rol/e, 1894, 365.
Vanilla, 1888, 76; 1892, 212;

1894, 206, 208 ; 1895, 169.

— appendiculata, Rol/e, 1895,
178.

— , Bourbon, 1892, 213.

— cultivation at Fiji, 1894, 208.

Lagos, 1896, 79.

in Seychelles, 1897, 113 ;

1898, 13.
Tahiti, 1894, 206.



Vanilla disease, 1892, 111.

— ensifolia, Rol/e, 1892, 141.

— fimbriata, Rol/e, 1899, 133.

— flower, lertilixation of (with
plate), 1888, 77.

— Gardneri, Rol/e, 1895, 177.

— Hartii, Rol/e, 1899, 133.

— in British Honduras, 1893,
327.

— — South Australia, 1895, 102.
— , Mexican, 1892, 213.

— odorata, 1895, 178.

— phaeantha, 1895, 176.

— planifolia, 1895, 175.

— pods in Kew Museum, 1891,
277.

, new method of treating,

1896, 224; (with fig.) 1898,
43.

— Pompona, 1895, 176.

— , Seychelles and Mauritius,

1892 214.
— , South American, 1892, 214.
— , Tahiti, 1892, 214.
— , Trinidad, 1896, 125.

— zanzibarica, Rol/e, 1906, 116.
Vanillas of commerce, 1892,212 ;

1895, 169.
Vanillons, 1892, 214.
Vavaea megaphylla, Wright,

1895, 102.
Vegetable rennets, 1903, 27.
Vegetables, cultivation of, 1894,

219 ; 1895, 307.
— , importation of, 1894, 219 ;

1895, 307.
Veitch collection of Japanese

vegetable products, 1894, 14.

— memorial medal, 1894, 108.

— & Sons, New Guinea dried
plants, 1897, 112.

Veitchia Joannis, 1897, 236.
Vellozia (Xerophyta) acuminata,
Baker, 1895, 228.

— elegans, 1893, 21.

— retinervis, 1893, 21.
Vellozieae, 1893, 20.

Velvet bean, Florida, 1898,

207.
Venezuela, bananas in, 1894,

269, 278.
Verbascum Luntii, Baker, 1894,

337.

— (Lychnitis) somaliense,
Baker, 1895, 222.



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Vernonia (Decaneurum) ambly-
olepifl, Baker, 1898, 146.

— amplexicanlis, Baker, 1895,
216.

— asterifolia, Baker, 1898, 146.

— bothrioclinoides, C. H.
Wright, 1906, 108.

— (Lepidella) Bachanani,
Baker, 1898, 146.

— ( — )chloropappa. Baker,

1898. 146.

— cryptocephala. Baker, 1895,
216.

— (Decanenrum) exsertiflora.
Baker, 1898, 147.

— gomphophylla. Baker, 1895,
216.

— hDmilis, C. H. Wnght, 1897,
269.

— (Cyanopis) karongensis.
Baker, 1898, 147.

— (Stengelia) leptolepis. Baker,

1898. 147.

— (Tephrodes) malosana.
Baker, 1898, 148.

— mashonica, N. E. Brotvn,
1906, 108.

— (Decaneurum) myriotricha,
Baker, 1898, 148.

— oocephala. Baker, 1895, 68.

— polysphaera, Bake7\ 1898,
148.

— scabrida, C. H. Wf^ht, 1906,
21.

— subaphylla. Baker, 1895,
290-

Veronica balfouriana, 1897, 333.

— Dieffenbachii, 1899, 77.

— dioBmaefolia, var. trisepala,
1897, 241.

— glauca, 1901, 114.

— Hectori, 1895, 156.

— loganioides, 1895, 122.
Verpa indigocola, 1898, 101.
Vetiver, 1906, 346, 362.

— oil, 1906, 297, 349, 362.
Vetiveria zizanoides, 1906, 346,

362.
Viburnum ceanothoides,

WrigM, 1896, 23.
Victoria, fruits of, 1888, 2.

— Herbarium, 1897, 427.

— , oils and resins from, 1887,

Sept., 5.
— , Phylloxera in, 181H), 36.



Victoria regia, 1897, 333.
Vigna malosana, Baker, 1897,
261.

— nuda, N. E, Brown, 1901,
121.

Vine, Cochin China, 1888, 134.

— cultiyation in the Gironde,
1889, 227.

Tunis, 1889, 36.

— disease in Greece, 1892, 185.
Portugal, 1897, 213.

— diseases, 1892, 185; 1893,
227.

Vines, American, as stocks for
European vars., 1889, 227 ;

1891. 45.

— , anthracnose in, 1893, 228.

— , mildew on, treatment of,
1890, 190.

— , treatment of, in France,
1888, 270.

Viola bulbosa, 1894, 370.

Violet, bulbous, in the Hima-
layas, 1894, 368.

— root rot, 1906, 55.

Virecta salicoides, G. H. Wright,

1898, 302.
Virgin Islands, 1887, June, 4.

, fruits of, 1888, 215.

, report of Mr. Morris's

visit, 1891, 132.
Visitors to Kew, number of,

1892, 51 ; 1893, 67 ; 1894, 32 ;
1895, 18, 271 ; 1896, 28 ; 1897,
84 ; 1898, 22 ; 1899, 19 ; 1900,
15 ; 1901, 81 ; 1902, 17 ; 1903,
28; 1904,12; 1905, 59 ; 1906,
48.

Vitex (Chrysomallum) hirsu-
tissima. Baker, 1892, 198.

— holophylla, Bake7\ 1896, 25.

— syringaefolia, Baker, 1895,
115.

— thyrsiflora. Baker, 1895, 152.
Viticulture in Malaga, 1894, 34.

Uruguay, 1893, 371.

Vitis aestivalis, 1891, 45.
vars., 1889, 228.

— (Cissus) apodophylla. Baker,
1894, 330.

— apodophylla. Baker, 1897,
248 ; 1898, 302.

— (Eucissus) glossopetala.
Baker, 1894, 344.

— labrusca, 1891, 45.



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Vitis Martini, 1888, 134.

— (Cissos) masuknensis. Baker,
1897, 249.

— riparia, 1891, 4;3.

— succulenta, Oalpitij 1895,
144.

— (Cisfius) variifolia, Baker,
1897, 248.

— ( — ) zombensis, Baker, 1898,
302.

Vittaria (Envittaria) crassifolia,

-BaA-^', 1893, 212.
Voacanga bracteata, Stapf, 1894,

22.

— Schweinf urthii, Stapf, 1894,
21.

Voandzeia subterranea, 19()6, 68,

192.
Volvaria woodrowiana, Massee,

1899, 166.
Voyria platypetala, Bake7\ 1894,

26.

— primuloldes, Baker, 1894,
25.



W.

Waby, J. F., Barbados dried

plants, 1896, 31.
Wahlenbergia maahonina, N. E,

Brown, 1906, 165.

— pinif olia, N. E. Brown, 1895,
148.

Wakely, C, 1896, 96.

Walafrida Cecilae, Rolfe, 1906,
167.

Walking sticks, " Brazilian Oak,"
1901, 9.

Walnut, Jamaica, 1894, 138,
371 ; 1896, 156.

— , Peruvian, 1894, 140.

Walnuts, production in Cali-
fornia, 1893, 222.

Wanddo timber, 1887, Sept., 6.

Ward, H. Marshall, 1906, 281.

— J. R., 1893, 366.

, death of, 1895, 231.

Wardian cases, duroline for,

1893, 341.
Water-couch, 1894, 386.

— grass, 1894, 384.

— lily pond, 1897, ;W2.

— oats, 19(X), 29.



Water supply at Kew, 1896, 61 ;

1897, 334.
Watson, W., 1892, 309; 1901,

169.
— , — , awarded Veitch memorial

medal, 1894, 108.
Watsonia caledonica, Baker,

1906, 27.
Watt, Sir G., ' Burmese lacquer

ware and Burmese varnish,'

1906, 137.

, ' Madar,' 1900, 8.

Wattle bark, 1893, 370.
Wax, Chinese white, 1893, 84.
Weather plant (with charts),

1890, 1.

Weevil borer in susrar - cane
(with plate), 1892, 154.

Weevils, preservation of grain
from, 1890, 141.

Weicher's fibre-extracting ma-
chine, 1893, 141.

Weihea malosana. Baker, 1897,
267.

Weinmannia stenostachya,
Baker, 1895, 103.

Weir, J., death of, 1898, 175.

Weldenia Candida, 1894, 135;
1895, 121.

Wellby, Capt. M. S., death of,
1901, 171.

, Tibetan dried plants,

1897, 208.

Wellesley, Mass., 1894, 46.

Wendland, H., 1903, 29.

West Africa, Assam rubber for,

1891, 97.

, botanical enterprise in,

1897, 329.
, beef wood trees in, 1893,

25.
, Ceara rubber in, 1898,

12.
, cotton in, 1890, 135 ; 1891,

49.
, cultural industries in,

1889, 142; 1890, 195, 261;

1892, 14.

, destructive insects in,

1897, 175.
, experimental cultivation

of economic plants, 1890, 196.

, fungi from, 1901, 161.

, museum specimens from,

1887, Sept., 17.



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West Africa, oil seeds from,

1892, 247.
, Para rubber in, 1898,

274.

— African annatto, 1890, 141.
bass fibre, 1891, 1 ; 1892,

299.

cinchona bark, 1894, 119.

indigo plants, 1888, 74.

mahogany, 1894, 8 ; 1895,

79.

1 rafla, 1895, 88, 287.

rubbers, 1889, (53.

— India Royal Commission,
1897, 109, 339.

sugar trade, 1897, 92.

— Indian Botanic Stations,
1887, June, 1 ; July, 9 ; 1894,
419.

boxwood, 1904, 11.

dried plants, 1892, 188.

frog at Kew, 1895, 301.

lime (with plate), 1894,

113.

— Indies, bananas in, 1894, 270,
275, 285.

, botanical enterprise in,

1891, 103.

, Cypei-aceae of, 1900, 27.

, Durian in, 1897, 406.

, Imperial Department of

Agriculture, 1898, 234.

, Incense trees of, 1898,

239.

, Para rubber in, 1898, 275.

, proposed Department of

Economic Botany, 1897, 350.

, report on economic re-
sources of, 1898, 61.

, Sugar-cane borers in, 1892,

154, 267.

Westcombe, Miss, plants and
drawings of Stapelia presented
to Kew, 1893, 186.

Western Australia, Eucalyptus
timber from, 1899, 72, 205.

, fruits of, 1888, 10.

, fungi from, 1898, 123.

, Government Botanist,

1906, 406.

Westland, A. B., 1891, 245.

Wharton, Capt W. G. L., Solo-
mon Islands dried plants,
1894, 211.

Wheat cultivation, 1894, 1 67.



Wheat cultivation in British
Central Africa, 1895, 187.

— pest in Cyprus, 1889, 133.
Germany, 1889, 134.

— production of India, 1894,
327.

White myrtle, 1889, 115.
— , B. B., Ceroxylon andicola,
1899, 203.

— rust, 1906, 57.

— tea of Persia, 1896, 157.

— willow, 1895, 239 ; 1897,428.
Whitney sugar cane, 1897, 221.
Whittall, E., bulbs from Asia

Minor, 1893, 147 ; 1899, 81.
— , — , Smyrna dried plants,

1893, 369.
Whyte, A., 1898, 175.
, botany of Milanje, 1892,

121.
— , — , exploration of the Kar-

onga Mountains, 1896, 191.
, Tropical African dried

plants, 1897, 241, 243.
Widdringtonia Whytei, 1895,

158, 189 ; 1896, 216.
Wigman, J. R., 1899, 50.
Wiles, James, 1891, 300.
Willey, F. E., 1893, 66 ; 1895,

318 ; 1898, 57.
William IV., 1891, 319.
Williams, J. L., 1906, 88.
Willis, J. C, 1896, 186.
Willow, white, 1895, 239 ; 1897,

428.
Wilson, E. H., " Huang-ch'i,'*

1906, 382.
" Some new Chinese

plants," 1906, 147.

— Nathaniel, 1891, 321.

Wine industry in the Caucasus,

1893, 223.
— , Maqni berries fol- colouring,

1890, 34,

— production in Prance, 1890,
174 ; 1897, 201.

Winn, W. N., 1892, 284.
Winterbottom, J. E., Himalayan

and Tibetan Herbarium, 1900,

19.
Wissadula rostrata, 1899, 226.
Wistaria chinensis, var. multi-

juga, 1897, 169.
Withania coagulans, 1903, 27.
I — somnifera, 1903, 27.



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Wittmackia lingalata, 1906, 126.
Wittateinia vacoineacea, 1893,

112.
Woad, 1902, 16.
Wolstenholme, Mrs., drawings

of orchids, 1906, 177.
Wood, J. M., Natal dried plants,

1893,146; 1895,158.

— oil, Chinese, 1906, 117, 398.
Woodrow, 6. M., fungi from

India, 1898, 114.
WoodmflCG., 1891, 86.
— , — , death of, 1891, 95.
Works prepared by members of

Kew staff, 1900, 27 ; 1905, 1.
Wormwood, 1887, Sept., 9.

— as a fodder plant in India,
1893, 126.

Wright, C. H., ^'African Labiatae
with alternate leaves," 1900,
28.

Wrightia parviflora, Stapf, 1894,
121.

Wyethia mollis, 1901, 115.



X.

Xanthophyllum macrophyllum,

Baker, 1896, 21.
Xanthorrhoea tateana, 1892,

285.
Xerotus atrovirens, Massee, 1899,

178.
Xylaria aspera, Masses^ 1899,

174.

— fibula, Massee, 1906, 256.

— hypsipoda, Masses, 1899, 174.

— Ridleyi, Masnee, 1898, 118.
Xyleborus dispar, 1892, 163.

— perforans, 1892, 108, (with
plate) 153, 172, 267; 1894,
138.

Xysmalobium bellum, N. E.
Brown, 1895, 69.

— Carsoni, N.E. Brown^ 1895,
250.

— decipiens, N. E. Broum, 1895,
250.

— fratemum, N. E. Brown,
1895, 252.

— membraniferum, i\r* E*
Brown, 1895, 251.



!SLyBmalobiitm obscurum, N. K,

Brown, 1896, 162.
*- reticulatum, N. E. Brown,

1895, 251.

— rhomboideum, N. E. Brown,
1895, 251.

— spurium, N, E. Brown, 18^5,
251.



Y.

Yam bean, 1889, 17, (with plate)

62 ; 1895, 47.
, short-podded (with plate),

1889, 121 ; 1895, 47.
Yaxci, see Sisal hemp.
Y<lzi of Tonquin, 1893, 76.



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