71. D. crispa, (Elph.) Schimp.
Juneau, Alaska. (Miss G. Cooley.) On damp, sandy soil at the mouth of Bonanza Creek, Yukon, 1899. (Williams.)
72. D. Grevilleana, Schimp.
On earth in a ravine at Woodstock, N.B., July 4th, 1899. (Macoun)
74. D. squarrosa, Starke.
In springy places in a ditch by the roadside summit of Smoky Mountain, Cape Breton Island, N.S., 1898; in a boggy place near the summit of Castle Mountain, Rocky Mountains, 1885; in wet springy places south of the canal, along the railway, west of Dow's swamp, Ottawa, Ont., July 6th, 1900. (Macoun)
75. D. cerviculata, Schimp.
On wet calcareous earth at Louisburg, Cape Breton Island, N.S., 1898. (Macoun.) On earth, Chilliwack Valley, B.C., 1901. (J. M. Macoun)
Differs from D. cerviculata, in that the plants are smaller, the leaves shorter and nearly straight, and not flexuous; upper cells suboblong; costa broader, filling the whole acumen. Capsule very small and not striate, and less distinctly strumose; teeth nearly entire or faintly cleit. Stem very short.
On earth, St. Lawrence Island, Behring Sea, Aug. 15th, 1891. (J. M. Macoun.)
969. D. cerviculatula, Kindb,, Note on Canad. Bryol. 1893.
Differs from D. cerviculata by its leaves being gradually narrowed, its cells short-quadrate, only the inner basal being narrow; costa narrow and well defined, only in the perichetial leaves being distinctly excurrcnt. Tufts dark green.
Capsule strumose, finally plicate, generally erect and symmetric; teeth and pedicel as in D. cerviculata.
On rocks, Nottingham Island, Hudson Strait, Aug. 24th, 1884. (Dr. R. Bell.) In crevices of overhanging damp rocks, Half Way Brook, Cape Breton Island, N.S., Aug. 6th, 1898. (Macoun.) The latter specimens were in fine fruit.
76. D. varia, (Hedw.) Schimp.
Below Lake Lebarge on Thirty-Mile River, Yukon, 1899. (Williams) In a railway cutting at Goldstream, Vancouver Island, June 2nd, 1893. (Macoun.)
79. D. subulata, (Hedw.) Schimp.
Growing on wet earth Clearwater Lake, Labrador, 1896. (A. P. Low.) Wet earth, Rainy Lake, Algonquin Park, Ont., June, 1900. (Macoun.) Growing on a thin layer of damp earth over rock at Lake Lindeman, Yukon, 1899. (Wi lliams.)
80. D. heteromalla, Schimp.
On earth at Carmanah Point, south coast of Vancouver Island. (J. M. Macoun.) On earth in woods at Baddeck, Margaree and Louisburg, Cape Breton Island, N.S., 1898; on earth, in Algon-gonquin Park, Ont., June, 1900; in Stanley Park, Vancouver City, B.C. (Macoun.) On knolls in woods, Credit Forks and Edmonton, Ont. (Jos. White.) Juneau, and at Gold Creek Canon, near Juneau, Alaska. (Miss G. Cooley.) Sheep Creek, Dyea Creek, Alaska, 1899. (Williams.)
On rock at Long Lake, a few miles below Chilcoot summit, Yukon, 1899. (Williams.)
83. D. molle, Wils.
On rocks, Labrador coast, Hudson Strait, Aug. 2nd, 1897. (A, P. Low.) Collected at Lindeman on damp clayey soil subject to overflow, Yukon, 1899. This species has been previously collected outside of Europe in Alaska and Greenland. (Williams.')
970. D. falcatum, Hedw.
Sterile plants collected on rock at Lake Lindeman, Yukon, 1899. (Williams.)
84. D. Starkei, Web. & Mohr.
On Mount Queest, Gold Range, B.C., alt. 6,000 feet, 1889. Referred in Cat. Can. Musci to D. Muehlenbeckii. (J. M. Macoun.) On rocks, summit Lake Manicuagan River, Que., 1895. (A.P. Low)
85. D. Blyttii, Bruch & Schimp.
On rocks, at the Hot Springs, Kootenay Lake, B.C., alt. 4,500 feet, July 9th, 1890. (Macoun) Rather common on rocks about Lake Lindeman, Yukon, 1899. (Williams)
971. D pumilum, Sauter.
On rocks, coast of Labrador. (Waghorne)
86. D. strictum, Schleich.
On old logs in the Crow's Nest Pass, Rocky Mountains, alt. 4,000 feet, 1897. (Macoun.)
87. D. montanum, Hedw.
On rotten logs in swamps at Edmonton, Ont., 1892. (Jas. White) On sandy soil, Sable Island, N.S., July, 1899; barren; abundant and fruiting on the bases of trees, Algonquin Park, Ont., June, 1900. (Macoun.)
88. D. fulvum, Hook.
On boulders in the Big Intervale, Margaree, Cape Breton Island, N.S., 1898; very abundant on boulders and in fine fruit near Eel River, N.B., Aug., 1899. (Macoun.)
89. D. viride, Schimp.
Bases of beech trees, Edmonton, Ont. (Jas. White.) On damp earth at the base of trees, Big Intervale, Margaree, Cape Breton Island, N.S., 1898; on trees at Agassiz, B.C., May, 1889. This was named var. grosiferum by Kindberg. On trunks, Algonquin Park, Ont., June, 1900; on the bases of trees in woods, Southampton, Ont., Aug., 1901. (Macoun.)
Var. laeve, Ren. & Card., Botanical Gazette, Vol. XXX., p. 15.
A forma typica habitu multo laxiore foliusque minus congestis dorso laevibus distincta.
On old stumps, Bay of Islands, Newfoundland, 1895. (Wag-home)
972. D. serratum, Kindb.
On boulders at Cāche Lake, Algonquin Park, Ont., June 8th, 1900. (Macoun.)
90. D. flagellare, Hedw.
On rotten logs at Edmonton, Ont., 1892. (Jas. White.) On old logs in woods at Baddeck, and at Louisburg, Cape Breton
Island, N.S., 1898; on old logs, Algonquin Park, Ont, June 1900; on old logs in woods, Jordan Station, Lincoln Co., Ont., May, 1901. (Macoun.)
92. D. Groenlandicum, Brid.
In boggy ground, Clearwater Lake, Labrador, Aug. 2nd, 1896. (A. P. Low.) Capstan Island, Labrador, 1894. (Waghorne)
93. D. subulifolium, Kindb.
On old logs in a ravine at Woodstock, N.B., July 3rd, 1899. (Macoun.)
973. D. Howellii, Ren. & Card., Bot. Gaz. 1889.
Leaves with a sublinear acumen, in the upper half serrulate, narrower than in D. majus; cells as in D. majus; costa not distinctly excurrent and nearly smooth. Capsule sulcate, solitary. Inner perichetial leaves entire, attenuate to an awn. Tufts often golden yellow.