The trees of northern Bengal: including shrubs, woody climbers, bamboos, palms and tree ferns
International Book Distributors, Jan 1, 2006 - Nature - 178 pages
This book deals with comprehensive studies of trees, including shrubs, woody climbers, bamboos, palms and tree, ferns& their occurrence, Identifications, common names and their climatic conditions for growing in different geographic environmental circumstances. The area covered by this volume-comprises the Darjelling, Kurseong, Kalimpong, Jalpaiguri and Buxa forest divisions, or the political districts of Darjelling and Jalpaiguri. It includes most of the trees, shrubs and climbers of Sikkim, except those at levels above 11,000 feet and in fact a great part of the area is usually known as Sikkim by botanists.
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acuminata acuminate Balasan Bark Bark brown Bark grey Bark smooth beneath Benth Blume bracts branches carpels chiefly close-grained Common on Tonglu cordate Darjeeling dense Duars Duars and L.H.F. edible Engler and Prantl epiphytic especially Ficus flowers forests fruit Gamble's List glabrous Glochidion green hairy hard Hookeri Kalimpong kung L.H.F. Bark L.H.F. Leaves L.H.F. valleys Lahara Large climber Large shrub large tree Leaflets Leaves large Lepchas Linn Lower Hills medium-sized tree medullary rays midrib Muell old cultivation Paharias pairs Parasitic shrub peeling petioles pinnate planted pubescent purple Rhododendron rough Roxb Sandakphu scandens secondary nerves seeds Senchal serrate shrub or small Sikkim sikkimensis Singalila Range Slender Small shrub small tree spines Stem straggling shrub Sv.F Terai and Duars Terai and L.H.F. Thomsoni Tista Valley tomentose Tonglu tree fern Wall Wallichii waste places Willd Wood white woody climber yellow