138. C. purpureus, Brid.
On earth in woods and by roadsides, Cape Breton Island, N.S., July, 1898; on earth, Sable Island, N.S., July, 1899; quite common on the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains, 1897. (Macoun.) Fort Chimo, Labrador, Aug., 1896. (A. P. Low.) On earth at Edmonton, Ont., May, 1892. (Jas. White) On earth, Baffin Land, north shore of Hudson Strait, July, 1897. (Dr. R. Bell.) Juneau, also at Salmon Creek and Gold Creek Canon near Juneau, Alaska; and at Nanaimo, Vancouver Island. (Miss G. Cooley.) Common on rock at Lake Lindeman, Yukon, 1899. (Williams.')
Leaves narrowly ovate-lanceolate subulate-acuminate, reflexed below the somewhat long serrulate acumen; costa generally excurrent. Inner perichetial leaves, one or two, with a somewhat long-linear or lingulate acumen. Capsule curved when dry, teeth with numerous articulations, broadly margined; lid short-conic obtuse or sub-convex; predicel red. Outer peri-gonial leaves with long-excurrent costa. Monoecious.
On earth at Kicking Horse Lake, Rocky Mountains, July, 1885; in woods at Revelstoke, B.C., 1889. (Macoun.) On earth, Chilli-wack River, B.C., 1901. (J.M. Macoun.)
139. C. conicus, Hampe.
This species includes C. minor, Austin, which was founded on specimens collected by the writer in 1875. See Cat. Can. Musci, Pt. VI 39.