D. Prain was suggested to prepare a guide to the plants of the provinces under his rule and this resulted in bringing out 2 volumes of the Bengal Plants. Get this from a library! Bengal plants by David Prain.. [India. Botanical Survey.]. Title, Bengal Plants by David Prain. Author, India. Botanical Survey. Published, Length, pages. Export Citation, BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

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