(2336.) D. Menziesii, Don.
We have never seen Canadian specimens of this species, but Dr. Watson gives its range "from California to British Columbia." Nootka Sound, Vancouver Island. (Hooker, Fl.)
(2337.) D. lanuginosa, Don.
Rich woods, western Ontario. Woods near Hamilton, Ont. (Logic)
Rich woods, Norfolk Co., Ont. (Dr. Nichol.) Port Dover Junction, Elgin Co., Ont., 1882. (Macoun.) Shaded banks, London, Ont. (Millman. Burgess.')
(2338.) D. trachycarpa, Watson.
Prosartes trachycarpa, Watson. Rep. King's Exp. V., 344; Macoun, Cat.
No. 1835. Uvularia puberula, Rich., App. 10. U. lanuginosa, Pers. Hook., Fl. II., 174, in part. U. lanuginosa, var, major, Hook., Fl. II., 174.
Generally found in poplar and willow thickets throughout the prairie region. Slopes of the South Kootanie Pass, Rocky Mountains. (Dawson.) Thickets along the Cypress Hills, N.W.T. (J. M. Macoun.) Not uncommon at Manitoba House, Lake Manitoba; on slopes of the Porcupine Mountains; sand hills at the source of the Qu'Appelle; rather common in the foot-hills of the Rocky Mountains and westward to Kananaskis station. (Macoun.) In thickets near Regina, Assiniboia. (Fletcher.) Wooded country from Lake Winnipeg to the Rocky Mountains, and from Norway House to Cumberland House. (Hooker, Fl.)
(2339.) D. Hookeri, Torr.
Prosartes Hookeri, Torr. Pacif. R. Rep., IV., 144; Macoun. Cat. No. 1834.
The specimens placed under this species are unlike any form we have of D. Oregana. They are charcterized by perfectly smooth fruit (half-grown), and, in flowering specimens, by the smooth style and nearly glabrous ovary. Not uncommon in woods at Donald, in the Columbia Valley, and westward in Beaver Creek Valley to Roger's Pass, Selkirk Mountains; also at Quesnel, and Soda Creek, B.C., 1875. (Macoun.) Mountain slopes at Spence's Bridge, and Yale, B.C. (Fletcher.)
(2340.) D. Oregana, Watson.
Prosartes Oregana, Watson. Proced. Am. Acad., XIV., 271. Uvularia lanuginosa, Hook., Fl. II., 174, in part.
Rich low woods. Apparently common in the rich woodlands throughout Vancouver Island, as far north as Qualicum and Alberni. All the island specimens have very hairy fruit even when fully ripe. Specimens exactly similar were gathered at New Westminster, B.C., 1875-(Macoun.) Eastern base of Coast Range, on Skagit River, B.C., 1877. Glenora, Stikine River, 1887. (Dawson.) Vicinity of Victoria, Vancouver Island. (Meehan.) North West coast. (Hooker, Fl.)