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, Volume 4, Issue 1, pp 20–188 | Cite as

The upper burma plants collected by captain F. Kingdon ward on the vernay-cutting expedition, 1938–39

  • E. D. Merrill
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Evergreen Forest Himalayan Region Malay Peninsula Subtropical Evergreen High Water Mark 
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