(2227.) G. repens, B. Br. Hook. Fl. II., 203.

Neottia repens, Pursh, Fl. II., 589. Satyrium repens, Michx., Fl. II., 157, in part.

Bather common in cool mossy woods, from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Pictou, N.S. (McKay.) Pirate Cove and Annapolis, N.S. (Burgess & Macoun.) Very common throughout the forests of New Brunswick. (Fowler, Cat.) St. Mary's River and other points, Anti-costi; also woods along the Gaspé coast, Q. (Macoun.) Slopes of Mount Albert, Gaspé. (Porter.) Vicinity of Quebec and Island of Orleans, Q. (Thomas.) Stewarton, near Ottawa, and Eastman's Springs, Ont. (Fletcher, FL Ott.) Cedar swamps throughout all the northern counties of Ontario and extending westerly to the Lake of the Woods. (Macoun.) Blood River, Lake Winnipeg, and abundant between that lake and Lake Mistassini. (J. M. Macoun.) Between Pine River and Dunvegan, Peace River. (Dawson.) Not uncommon in northern Manitoba and in the foot-hills of the Rocky Mountains, at the Kananaskis. (Macoun.) Mountain woods of the Rocky Mountains, and from the Saskatchewan to Fort Franklin. (Hooker, Fl.)

(2228.) C. pubescens, B. Br. Hook., Fl. II., 204.

Neottia pubescens, Pursh, Fl. II., 590 Satyrium repens, Michx., Fl. II., 157, in part.

Bather rare. Always prefers dry woods in Ontario. Newfoundland. (Miss Brenton.) New Harbor, Newfoundland. (Rev. A. Wag-home.) Salmon River, Truro, and Canso, Guysboro Co. (Sommers, Cat.) The above references probably belong to the preceding species. (Macoun.) Petitcodiac, N.B. (Fowler, Cat.) Tobique Lake, N.B. (Hay.) Ste. Anne de la Pèrade, Q. (St. Cyr.) Gravelly and rich woods, Seymour, Northumberland Co.; Belleville, and near the Oak Hills, Hastings Co., Ont. (Macoun.) Sulphur Spring, Ancaster, Ont. (Logie.) St. Joseph Island, Gore Bay, and Thompson Point, north of Lake Huron. (J. Bell.) Opposite Grand Island, Lake Superior; on good soil. (B. Bell.) Rich woods, London, and Parry Sound, Ont. (Burgess.) North shore of Lake Superior. (Agassiz.)

(2229.) C. Menziesii, Lindl. Orchid., 492.

Spiranihes decipiens, Hook., Fl. II., 203.

Rich woods, taking the place of G. pubescens west of Lake Huron. Lake Huron. (Goldie.) Lake Simcoe, Ont. (Drummond.) Manitoulin Island. (Mrs. Saunders.) Woods, Manitoulin Islands, and at Parry Sound, Ont. (Burgess.) Rather common along Beaver Creek, Selkirk Range; also abundant in all evergreen woods throughout Vancouver Island. (Macoun.) Flathead River, B.C., and Queen Charlotte Islands. (Dawson.) Near the sources of the Columbia River, Rocky Mountins. (Drummond.)