Hamilton Road, east of London, Ont. (J. Dearness.)
(1284.) H. Pilosella, Linn., var. Peleterianum, Mer.
Very common along roadsides, covering the backs of the dykes and the borders of the fields in many parts of Prince Edward Island. Completely.naturalized. (Macoun.)
(1293.) H. paniculatum, Linn.; Macoun, Cat. IT., 276.
In woods, western Ontario. (J. Dearness.)
(3146.) h. - --------?
A tall, coarse plant, with the general appearance of Crepis, growing in clumps. The whole stem is more or less covered with dark hairs, which increase so much on the peduncles and bracts as to make them very dark colored. Leaves with only occasional teeth, rough, with hispid hairs, which are more numerous on the under side, mid-rib broad and white; radical leaves nearly a foot long, tapering into the petiole. Naturalized in meadows at Cedar Hill, Victoria, Vancouver Island, 1887. (Macoun.)
(3147.) H. cynoglossoides, Arvet.; Gray, Synop. Fl. II., 428.
A tall species over three feet high, quite smooth and glaucous, except a few bulbous hairs at the base; leaves entire, lanceolate, not clasping; panicle like Crepis virens; involucre almost black, covered with appressed glandular hairs. Collected 40 miles up the North Thompson, beyond the settlements extending from kamloops, B.C., June, 1889. (J. M. Macoun.) Dr. Britton suggests the above name, but the specimen in our herbarium from Howell is unlike this.