On rocks, Pier's farm, near Victoria, Vancouver Island, May 9th, 1893; on earth by a brook, Point Holmes, near Comox, V.I., July 3rd, 1893. (Macoun)
1133. T. Philiberti, Limpricht. 1895.
On the bases of trees in woods. Overlooked but doubtless not rare. In woods, Big Intervale, Margaree, Cape Breton Island, N.S., July 22nd, 1898; also in a ravine at Woodstock, N.B., July 4th, 1899. On earth, Pelee Point, Essex Co., Ont, June 4th, 1901. On the bases of trees, Cascades, Gatineau River, Que., June, 1900. (Macoun.) In woods, New Brunswick. (J. Moser.) Klondike River bottom near its mouth, Yukon. Sterile. (Williams.)
1134. T. leuconeuron, Sulliv. & Lesq. Claopodium leuconeuron, (S. & L.) Ren. & Card.
On boulders, Sooke Lake Road, near Goldstream, Vancouver Island, June 2nd, 1893. (Macoun.)
1135. T. Bolanderi, (Best); Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, Vol. XXIV.,
On rocks at Sproat, Columbia River, B.C., June 27th, 1890; on rocks, Revelstoke, B.C., May 5th, 1890; on rocks, Sicamous, B.C., July 16th, 1889; on rocks at Yale, B.C., Dec. 9th, 1872; on rocks, Cedar Hill, Victoria, Vancouver Island, April 21st, 1887. (Macoun.) On rocks, Kadiak Island, Alaska, Sept. 22nd, 1891. (J. M. Macoun.) On rocks, Malespina Inlet, B.C., July, 1885. (Dr. G. M. Dawson.) On rocks, Griffin Lake, B.C., Aug. 11th. 1889. All the above specimens have been taken out of T. crispifolium.
Leaves orange at insertion; middle cells oval-oblong. Stem-leaves ovate, short-acuminate faintly denticulate above. Branch-leaves ovate-oval, sub-obtuse more distinctly denticulate, very opaque and mamillose or papillose on both sides. Stem brown-tomentose; branches short and distant. Lid of capsule not seen.
1137. T. pellucinerve, Mitt. Claopodium, pellucinerve, (Mitt.) Best.
Collected at Canon City, Dyea Creek, Alaska. (Williams)
1138. E. paludosum, Sulliv.; Lesq. & James Mosses of N. Am p. 329.
On hummocks in swamps at Edmonton, Ont., Oct. 1892 and Aug., 1893. (Jas. White.) Queenston and "roundhouse woods," near Niagara Falls, Ont., 1901. (Macoun.)