792. R. rusciforme, (Weis.) Schimp.

On stones in brooks, Big Intervale, Margaree, Cape Breton Island, N.S., 1898; on stones, Aroostook Falls, N.B., Sept. 1899. (Macoun.)

791. R. serrulatum, (Hedw.) Lesq. & James, subsp. eriense, Kindb., Bryol. N. Am. &. Eur. 63.

Leaves subovate nearly crowded, shorter and less distant than the species; alar cells more distinct. Capsule smaller; pedicel short.

On earth at Leamington, Essex Co., Ont., Sept., 21st, 1890. Referred to R, serrulatum in Part VI., p. 210. (Macoun)

Subsp. hispidifolium, Kindb., Bryol. N. Am. & Eur. 68

Branches longer. Leaves very long, ovate-lanceolate, long-acuminate sharply serrate. Capsules and flowers unknown.

On rocks at Craigflower Road, Victoria, Vancouver Island, May 30th, 1893; on old logs, Hastings, B.C., April, 1889. (Ma~ coun.)

1168. R. subintegrifolium, Kindb., Bryol. N. Am. & Eur. 68.

Leaves decurrent chlorophyllose ovate-oblong, short-pointed faintly striate; alar cells somewhat numerous, the others sub-linear; costa mostly thin generally reaching to the acumen, sometimes thicker, shorter and forked. Capsule subobovate or arcuate; pedicel smooth; lid and male flowers not seen. Habit of R. serrulatum.

On logs and earth, Revelstoke, B.C., May 5th, 1890; on earthy banks by the sea at Comox, Vancouver Island, June 20th, 1893. (Macoun.)

1169. R. Revelstokense, Kindb., Bryol. N. Am. & Eur. 67.

Leaves ovate-lanceolate, long-subulate, denticulate, plicate and pellucid, sometimes short-decurrent; cells lanceolate except the alar; costa somewhat thick, vanishing above the middle or shorter. Capsule arcuate; lid rostellate; pedicel short, smooth. Stem creeping subpinnate or irregularly divided. Tufts pale or light green. Male flowers not found.

Newfoundland. (Waghorne.) On old logs at Revelstoke, B.C., May 5th, 1890. (Type) On earthy banks, Comox, Vancouver Island, June 20th, 1893. (Dr. A. J. Grout makes this specimen Brachythecium lampochryseum. (Macoun.)

1170. R. pseudo-serrulatum, Kindb., Bryol. N. Am.& Eur. 67.

Leaves ovate or ovate-oblong, minutely denticulate, striate and chlorophyllose, not or indistinctly decurrent; cells lanceolate, the lower shorter and more dilated; costa thin, vanishing above the middle. Stem-leaves with a short-acuminate or filiform-point; branch-leaves with a short, subulate, sometimes twisted point.

Capsule arcuate; lid apiculate; pedicel rough, very long. Stem glossy radiculose at the base. Monoecious. Habit of R. semda-tum.

Harbour Deep, Seal Cove and Western Cove, Newfoundland, Oct., 1891. (Waghome) Canaan Forks, N.B., Oct., 1891. (Moser) On earth in woods at Ottawa, Ont., Oct., 12th, 1889. Neither Mrs. Britton nor Dr. Grout accept this species as they say the specimens referred to it are not all the same thing. (Macoun)