During 1980 The Botanical Survey of India had again collections made. We list them in the same manner as on pages 3382-3383. In Andaman Circle: Great Nicobar I., 118 specimens. In Arunachal Pradesh: Kameng District, 644. In Assam: Silonijan & Sibsagar Gauhati, 205. In West Bengal: Darjeeling District, 100. In Himachal Pradesh: Gori Valley, 56. In Janmu & Kashmir: Ladakh, 2295. In Karnataka: Nagu Valley, 1280. In Kerala: Aruvikar, Coralum, Nadayar, Ponmudi, Pulimath, and Varkala of Trivandrum District & Chandanathode; Baveli R.F., Kannoth R.F., Kottiyoor R.F., Peria, Tirunathi R.F. of Cannanore District; Silent Valley, Palghat District, Quilon District; Trichur & Idukki District, together 12,418. In Madhya Pradesh: Damoh District, 644. In Maharashtra: Akola, Chikhawal, Fetra, Kalakamta, Kashmar, Kinhiraja of Akola District; Kolhapur District, 3280. In Meghalaya: West Khasi Hills, 432. In Orissa: Mayurbhanj Forest area, 1680. In Rajasthan: Nohar & Anupgarh in Ganganagar District, 636. In Sikkim: Changulake, Gangtok, Kupup, Rumtek in Gangtok, 636. In Tamil Nadu: Coimbatore, Ramanathapuram, Tirunelveli Districts, 1729. In Uttar Pradesh: Kanhar Irrigation Project, Mirzupur District, Dhanaulti Tehri District, 90. South India was revisited in February-April 1980 by Dr. C.E. Ridsdale of Leiden, in collaboration with the Botanical Survey of India, Southern Circle. In various stations in the Western Ghats c. 385 numbers were collected, and 130 wood samples. Processing is done at L. For a description of the area, see WWF Yearbook 1978-9, p. 65-68.