On earth, Chilliwack Valley, B.C., 1901; Port Etches, Alaska, Lat. 60° 30', 1892; Unalaska Island, Behring Sea, 1891; Nagai Island, Shumigan Group, Alaska, 1892, and Middleton Island, Alaska, Lat. 59o 30', 1892. (J. M. Macoun.) On earth and rocks, Texada Island, Gulf of Georgia, 1885. (Dr. G. M. Dawson.) On earth in woods, Craigellachie, B.C., 1889; on rocks, North Arm, Burrard Inlet, B.C., 1889; abundant at Victoria (1887) and at Comox (1893), Vancouver Island, B.C. (Macoun.)

Subsp. angustifolium, Kindb., Bryol. N. Am. & Eur. p. 198.

Capsule not sulcate. Leaves nearly entire. On rocks, Burn-side road, near Victoria, Vancouver Island, May 5th, 1893; on old logs, Comox, V.I., June 19th, 1893. (Macotm.) Nagai Island, Shumigan Group, Alaska, September, 1892. (J. M. Macoun.)

95. D. sulcatum, Kindb.

Newfoundland. (Waghorne) On earth in woods, Big Intervale, Margaree, and on rocks at Half-way Brook, Cape Breton Island, N.S., 1898; on old logs, Cāche Lake, Algonquin Park, Ont., June, 1900; on earth in woods at Revelstoke, B.C., May 6th, 1890; on logs at Parson's Mountain, Victoria, Vancouver

Island, 1893. (Macoun.) On logs, Carmanah Point, south coast of Vancouver Island, 1892; on earth, Chilliwack Valley, B.C., 1901. (J. M. Macoun)

96. D. crispulum, C. M. & Kindb.

On logs in woods at Baddeck, and on rocks, Big Intervale, Margaree, and Half-way Brook, Cape Breton Island, N.S., 1898; on earth in woods, Cāche Lake, Algonquin Park, Ont., June, 1900. (Macoum)

98. D. majus, Smith.

On earth in woods at Baddeck, Margaree, and Half-way Brook, Cape Breton Island, N.S.; rather common, 1898. (Macoun.) Sitka, Alaska. (Miss G. Cooley.)

Var. orthophyllum, Al. Br.

This variety with nearly straight erect-spreading leaves bears little resemblance to the beautifully falcate-leaved majus. Fruiting specimens collected at Lake Lindeman, Yukon, 1899. (Williams)

99. D. scoparium, Hedw.

A very common species on Cape Breton Island, N.S. Specimens were collected at Baddeck along the north shore and on Smoky Mountain, 1898; on earth, Sable Island, N.S., July, 1899; abundant in Algonquin Park, Ont., June, 1900. (Macoun.) On rocks, Credit Forks, Ont., 1893. (Jos. White.) Loring, also at Salmon Creek, near Juneau, Alaska. (Miss G. Cooley.)

Subsp. involutum, Kindb., Bryol. N. Am. & Eur. p. 196.

Leaves falcate not at all or sparingly porose, very concave, sub-convolute in the middle very chlorophyllose, sometimes undulate; cells generally oblong-oval. Capsules unknown.

On rocks near the sea, Victoria Arm, near Victoria, Vancouver Island, May 13th, 1893. (Macoun)

974. D. consobrinum, Ren. & Card.; Kindb., Bryol. N. Am. & Eur. p. 193.

Differs from D. Canadense; leaves shorter, perichetial leaves short-aristate, often emarginate; capsules smooth, often in pairs.

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On earth in woods at Belleville, Hastings Co., Ont., Aug., 1867, referred to D. scofarium, var. orthophyllwn at the time; also on roots of trees, Pirates' Cove, Strait of Canso, N.S., July 7th, 1883; not uncommon on earth on the old land, Sable Island, N.S., July and August, 1899. (Macoun.)

101. D. congestum, Brid.

Apparently quite common on Cape Breton Island, N.S., collected on old logs at Baddeck, Margaree, Half-way Brook and Louisburg, but always barren, 1898; on rocks, Cache Lake, Algonquin Park, Ont., June, 1900. (Macoun.) On swampy ground at Dawson, Yukon, 1899. (Williams.)

102. D. fuscescens, Turn.

On earth, Clear water Lake, Labrador. (A. P. Low.) In Lat. 61° Long. 104, W. on barren grounds west of Hudson Bay, July 24th, 1893. (J. B. Tyrrell.) On rotten logs at Edmonton, Ont., Sept. 22nd, 1892. (Jas. White.) On old logs, Algonquin Park, Ont., June, 1900; on rocks and logs in woods at Victoria, Vancouver Island, May 1893. (Macoun.) Sitka, Alaska. (Miss G. Cooley.) On rock along Dyea Creek, Alaska; and on earth, Lake Linde-man, Yukon. Williams.)

Subsp. subbrevifolium, Kindb., Bryol. N.Am. & Eur. p. 198.

Leaves larger, subconvolute, nearly entire; costa not excurrent. Capsule sulcate. Stem rather tall. Habit of D. brevifolium, Lindb.

On rocks at Hector, and at the head of Lake Louise, Rocky Mountain?, Aug. 18th, 1891. Referred to D. brevifolium in Part VI., p. 260. (Macoun.)

975. Dicranum Demetrii, Ren. & Card., Botanical Gazette, Vol. XXII., p. 48.

In very compact, yellowish-green tufts, brownish and a little tomentose below. Stems erect, simple or sparingly branching, three to four inches long. Leaves crowded, erecto-patent when moist, crispate when dry, from an oblong-obovate base rather suddenly constricted and linear-subulate, canaliculate, smooth, quite entire or subsinuate at apex, 3-6 mm. long, 0.30-0.60 mm. broad at base; costa narrow, percurrent or subexcurrent; cells smooth, small, quadrate or short-rectangular and incrassate in the upper part, becoming narrowly linear and slightly porose toward the base near the costa, the alar looser, subrectangular. Perichae-tial leaves from an oblong sheathing base suddenly long-cuspidate. Fruit unknown. Seems dioecious.

Seems to have some affinities with D. elongatum Schw., but is readily distinguished at first sight from this species by its leaves being crisped in a dry state, which gives it rather the appearance of D. montanum, Hedw., and also by the very different areolation of the leaves.

Rattler's Bight, Labrador, 1892. (Waghome.)

976. D. trachyphyllum, Ren. & Card., Botanical Gazette, Vol. XXII. p. 48.

Dioecious, Cespitose, green or olivaceous. Stems erect; 2-6cm. long, simple or branching, sparingly tomentose in the lower part. Leaves falcate or flexuous-patent when moist, flexu-ous-crisped when dry, often tufted, linear-lanceolate, canaliculate above and rather thickly subulate, strongly serrate on the margins, spinulose-dentate at apex; costa stout; about one-fourth of the width of leaf-base, generally very rough at back, percurrent or short-excurrent into a spinulose-dentate point; cells of the upper part quadrate or subrotundate, mostly papillose on the back, oblong or linear and smooth toward the base, the alar lax, inflated or hyaline. Perichetial leaves from an oblong sheathing base constricted into a long subula; costa narrower. Pedicels pale, at last twisted to the left above when dry. Capsule and peristome as in D. fuscescens.