The western part of Manipur State and the Gandhamardan Hills in Orissa were botanized for about one month each by Shri K. C. Malick of the Calcutta Museum, who took 900 and 400 numbers respectively. Forest in N. Bengal was botanized by Shri B. Krishna, who in 3 weeks took 400 numbers. The Botanical Survey of India reports that a many-discipline expedition to Subansiri District in Arunachal Pradesh yielded over 8000 specimens. Collections were also made in the Garo Hills, south-western parts of Khasi Hills in Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mussoorie, remote areas of Ladakh, Chamoli Garhwal and Kumaon in NW. Himalaya; Seoni District in Madhya Pradesh; Ranjagarh Kapilas hills, Koraput District, Gandhamardan hills in Orissa; Bikaner, Pali & Barmer Districts in Rajasthan; semi-arid regions of Karnataka State; Periyar Wild Life Sanctuary, Neyyar Wild Life Sanctuary in Kerala, Nilgiris; Katchal and Viper Islands, Nicobar Islands, Car Nicobar Islands, Little Andamans, Great Nicobar, Baratang and Long Islands.