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Songs about Bombax:
Bombagon (Bombax vs Electrypnose) (feat. Antagon) by Electrypnose Bombax from the Album Welcome to Freakdom
Bombax & Cybernetika - Stage IV by DJ Electronica Trance from the Album Electronica 101 (Best Top Electronic Dance Music, Dubstep, Techno, Progressive, Ambient, Acid House, Hard Dance, Trance Anthems)
Bombax & Cybernetika - Stageiv by DJ Trance Dance from the Album 60 Trance Goa (Best of Electronic Dance Music, Goa, Techno, Psy Trance, Hard House, Acid, Hard Style, Rave, Electro Hits)
Bombax & Cybernetika - Stageiv by DJ Electronica Trance from the Album 69 Electronica Rave Hits (Best of Top Electronic Dance Music, Goa, Techno, Psytrance, Acid House, Hard Dance, Trance, Dubstep)
Bombax - Rip Up and Retry ( Techno Trance Remix) by DJ Rave 101 from the Album Hard Dance 101 (Best of Trance, Goa, Techno, Electro, Rave, Acid House, Club Party Hits, Ambient, Psytrance Anthem, Electronica)
Bombax - Rip Up and Retry - 148 - [ Trance / Goa / Hard Psy ] by DJ Rave 69 from the Album 69 Hard Goa Electronica (Best of Hard Electronic Dance Music Hits, Goa, Techno, Hard Acid House, Hard Dance, Psytrance Anthems)
Bombax Vs Cybernetika - Stage IV ( Psytrance / Goa / Fullon / Hard Dance ) by Psychedelic Mushrooms Infected With Hallucinogens (Geomagnetic Mega Mix) from the Album 60 Top Goa Psytrance Hits v.4 (Best of Goa, Psy, Electro, Trance, Techno, Dubstep, Anthems)
Books about Bombax:
Bombax Ceiba Based Wood Polymer Nanocomposites: Towards High Performance Composite Materials by Rashmi Rekha Devi Dutta, Tarun Kumar Maji and Suvangshu Dutta (Dec 6, 2013)
Pharmacology of Bombax ceiba Linn. (SpringerBriefs in Pharmacology and Toxicology) by Vartika Jain and Surendra K. Verma (Jun 2, 2012)
Eyes in the Bombax Tree, No. 2 by Peggy Albrecht (Jun 1983)
The Bombax tree: Poems of Jamaica by Patricia Martin (1991)
ENCYCLOPÆDIA BRITANNICA. 8th edn. Volume 4: Astronomy - Bombax. [Encyclopaedia; Encyclopedia] by Britannica (1854)
The silviculture of Bombax insigne Wall (The silviculture of Indian trees) by K Kadambi (1958)
Wiki information Bombax:
Bombax is a genus of mainly tropical trees in the mallow family. They are native to western Africa, the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia, as well as sub-tropical regions of East Asia and northern Australia. Distinguish from the genus Ceiba which...
Bombax ceiba, like other trees of the genus Bombax, is commonly known as cotton tree. More specifically, it is sometimes known as Red Silk-Cotton; Red Cotton Tree; or ambiguously as silk-cotton or kapok, both of which may also refer to Ceiba...