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These fruits were picked up by Balansa under a great tree in Tonkin, of which A. They more resemble the samaras of he grandis than they do those of any other species, but though larger than those of A. calydna, the samaras of which are still unknown, but they may equally possibly belong to still another undescribed species. One is the tree from Java already alluded to, which has been referred by Koorders and Valeton to A. The only fruiting specimen of this that the writer has seen has the samaras unfortunately not yet full grown. malabarica : within that group its nearest ally is, however, not A. As regards girth, however, it far surpasses the Canarium, equalling Maina-Jcab (Tetrameles nudiflora) without being buttressed as that tree is. Plukenet, in his Phytographia (1691), figures several species. Drake del Castillo, where also they had been tentatively referred to Dalbergia. This Ailanthus attains a total height of 120 — 150 feet and so shares with Canarium sihkimense and Tetrameles nudiflora the re- putation of being one of the tallest trees in Sikkim. Nil sen Anil sylvestre Cynanchice foliis Bis- nagarica. Refrain from automated querying Do not send automated queries of any sort to Google's system: If you are conducting research on machine translation, optical character recognition or other areas where access to a large amount of text is helpful, please contact us. We encourage the use of public domain materials for these purposes and may be able to help. The " seeds of an unknown tree in and about Bungagora ; one of the "most noble of forest trees. Wallich, then Superintendent of the Calcutta Botanic Garden. Masters, then a Deputy Com- missioner in Assam, well known for the extent and the excellence of. The bark, which is rather thin, is smooth and pale whitish grey, very like the bark of Ailanthus excelsa as grown in the Royal Botanic Garden at Calcutta.
About Google Book Search Google's mission is to organize the world's information and to make it universally accessible and useful. Qat or Arab Tea 25-82 [Indian Planting and Gardening, xii, 288-284 (1903).] V. 198-194 [Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, lxiii, pt. The Vegetation of the Districts of Hughli- Howrah and the 24-Perounnahs (Map) . Binrrji lr n Digitized by V3OOQLC Digitized by Vj OOQLC Digitized by Vj OOQLC t.«iu.u:'brest,er, XXVIU(19J? Kurzii at the same stage than they do the corresponding samaras of A. The measurements so far obtained for Ailanthus are, however, far from as great as some of those quoted for Terminalia myriocarpa, the largest at 6 feet from the ground being only 9*5 — 12 feet. 67 in the same volume is stated in the Flora Zeylanica to be a bad figure of the plant that we now know as J. Rheede's remaining plates will be found quoted under their respective species in Hooker's Flora of British India, vol.