(3033.) L. Selago, Linn.; Hook. Fl. II., 266.

Not uncommon on mountains and northward. From Hudson Bay to the Rocky Mountains, and to the extreme Arctic Shores and islands. (Richardson, Drummond.) Labrador. (Dr. Morrison.) Cape Chud-leigh, Digge's Island, and Nottingham Island, Hudson Strait. (R. Bell.) Summit of Mount Albert, altitude 4000 feet, and along the Gaspé Coast, Q. (Macoun.) Among grass on Carleton Heights, N.B. (Fowler's Gat.) On high exposed rocks, 10 miles south of Otter Head, and north of it, Lake Superior. On the Rocky Mountains at Kicking-Horse Lake, and on the Selkirks at Mount Macdonald; also on the Gold Range north of Griffin Lake, B.C. (Macoun.) Kootanie District, B.C. (J. R. Anderson.) Sitka, Ounalaskka, and Kotzebue Sound. (Rothr. Alash.) Cumberland Islands, Arctic Sea. (Walker.) West-side of the Rocky Mountains near the sources of the Columbia. (Douglas.) Greenland. (Ryder's Expedition.)

Var. (5. Hook. Fl. II., 266.

Tall and widely forking, leaves long pointed and often squarrose. Observatory Inlet, Millbank Sound to Stikine. (Hook. Fl.) Summit of Mount Benson, near Nanaimo, Vancouver Island; altitude 3000 feet.

(Macoun.)

(3034.) L. lucidulum, Michx.; Hook. Fl. II., 266.

Common in swamps and wet woods throughout Canada. West coast of Newfoundland. (J. Bell.) Windsor, Halifax and Pictou, N.S.

(Sommer's Cat.) Common in Kent Co., N.B. (Fowler's Cat.) Brook, ville, KB. (Hay.) North Mountain, Annapolis, N.S.; woods, Bescie River, Anticosti; abundant on Prince Edward Island at Brackley Point; coast of Gaspé and Mount Albert, Q. (Macoun.) Common in woods at Ottawa. (Fletcher Fl. Ott.) Low woods, London and Parry Sound, Ont. (Burgess.) Very common through northern Ontario and westward through the forest country to the Rocky Mountains at Laggan, and in the Gold Range north of Griffin Lake, B.C.; also on Mount Mark, near Qualicum, Vancouver Island. (Macoun.)

(3035.) L. inundatum, Linn.; Hook. Fl. II., 267.

In swamps and on wet sodden ground, generally eastward. Near Bedford; Northwest Arm and Point Pleasant, near Halifax; also at Pictou, N.S. (Sommer's Cat.) Bass River and several places in Kent Co.; not rare at Salmon River, N.B. (Fowler's Cat.) Black River, Lake Verd, and North Pond near East Point, Prince Edward Island; also in a peat bog, Hastings Road, North Hastings, Ont. (Macoun.) Wet sandy shore, Port Colborne, Lake Joseph. Muskoka, Ont. (Burgess.) North Shore of Lake Superior. (Agassiz.)

Var. Bigelovii, Tuckerm.; Gray Man., ed. V., 673.

Only found in the Maritime Provinces. Bogs, North Sydney, and Louisburg, Cape Breton. (Macoun & Burgess.) Grand Lake, Halifax Co., N.S. (McKay.) Bass River, Kent Co., N.B. Specimens received from Prof. J. Fowler. (Macoun.)

(3036.) L. obscurum, Linn.; Gray, Man., ed. VI., 696.

L. dendroideum, Michx.; Hook. Fl. II., 266.

Quite common in the pine forests of Ontario. Brigus, Newfoundland. (R. Bell.) West coast of Newfoundland. (J. Bell.) Windsor, Halifax, and Pictou. N.S. (Sommer's Cat.) Rather common at Bass River, N.B. (Fowler's Cat.) North Sydney and Baddeck, Cape Breton; Brackley Point, Prince Edward Island; and common along the Gaspé Coast, Q. (Macoun.) Salmon River, N.B. (Wetmore.) Woods, Lake Mistassini, N. E. Ter.; and Lake Winnipeg. (J. M. Macoun.) Woods, around Ottawa. (Fletcher Fl. Ott.) Sandy woods, Komoka, Ont. (Burgess.) Common in the central counties of Ontario, and westward around Lake Superior. (Macoun.) Canada to the Saskatchewan and Hudson Bay. (Drummond.) Northwest coast of America. (Menzies.) Sitka. (Rothr. Alask.)

(3037.) L. annotinum, Linn., Hook. Fl. II., 266.

Very common in all cool woods and on mountains across the continent. Brigus, Newfoundland. (R. Bell.) Windsor, Dartmouth, Halifax, and Pictou, N.S. (Sommer's Cat.) Common in dry woods, N.B. (Fowler's Cat.) Tobique River, N.B. (Hay.) Salmon River, N.B. (Wetmore.) Pirate's Cove, Canso, N.S.; Brackley Point and Cantire, Prince Edward Island, and woods at Salt Lake, Anticosti; also Gaspé Coast, Q. (Macoun.) Vicinity of Ottawa. (Fletcher Fl. Ott.) Low woods, Lake of the Woods, and Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. (Burgess.) Lake Mistassini, N. E. Ter., and Loon Strait, Lake Winnipeg. (J. M. Macoun.) Common in northern Ontario and westward to the Rocky Mountains, from Castle Mountain westward to the Selkirk Summit at Glacier; and westward to the Cold Range and the mountains, on Vancouver Island. (Macoun.) Crow Nest Pass, Rocky Mountains, and Iltasyouco River, B.C. (Dawson.) Cariboo Mountains, B.C.; altitude 6000 feet. (Bowman.) Killisnow Island, Alaska. (Meehen.) Sitka, Ounalaskka, and Kotzebue Sound. (Rothr. Alask.) Canada to Slave Lake; Observatory Inlet to Millbank Sound. (Hook. Fl.)

Var. alpestre, Hartm.

Summit of Mount Albert, Gaspé, Q.; altitude 4000 feet. (Macoun.) Crevices of rocks, Nain, coast of Labrador. (R. Bell.)

Var. pungens, Spreng.

This form has longer and sharper leaves than the preceding. Summit of Mount Arrowsmith, Vancouver Island; altitude 5700 feet. (Macoun.)

(3038.) L. sabinaefolium, (Willd.) Hook. Fl. II., 266.

L. complanatum, L. var. sabinaefolium, Gray Man., ed. V., 674.

Nearly all our specimens are referred here as we have little of the L. alpinum that has the flattened stem of the European form. We believe Hooker correctly characterized this form when he said: - "folds undique imbricatis nunc quadrifarils aequalibus erectis tereti-subu-latis" and this surely cannot be said of L. alpinum which has flattened stems and unequal leaves. Newfoundland. (Cormack.) Stanhope Road, Prince Edward Island; Summit of Mount Albert, Gaspé, Q. (Macoun.) Table Top Mountain, Gaspé, Q. (Porter.) Lake Mistassini, N. E. Ter. (J. M. Macoun.) Crane Lake, Muskoka, Ont. (Burgess.) Magpie River, north of Lake Superior and westward;

Kicking Horse Lake, Rocky Mountains; Selkirk Mountains around the Summit Pass; on Portage La Loche, Lat 57°; on the summits of Mount Mark and Mount Arrowsmith, Vancouver Island. (Macoun.) Banks of the Saskatchewan. (Hooker Fl.) West coast of Newfoundland. (J. Bell.)

(3039.) L. clavatum, Linn.; Hook. Fl. II., 267.

Very common in damp woods throughout Canada. West coast of Newfoundland. (J.Bell.) Brigus, Newfoundland (22. Bell.) Windsor, Halifax, Truro and Pictou, N.S. (Sommer's Cat.) In dry woods, common in New Brunswick. (Fowler's Cat.) Common on Anticosti and Prince Edward Island, and along the Gaspé Coast, Q. (Macoun.) Vicinity of Ottawa. (Fletcher Fl. Ott.) Truro, N.S.; and Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. (Burgess.) Missinaibi River, Ont. (R. Bell.) Lake Mistassini, N. E. Ter. (J. M. Macoun.) Common in eastern and north-western Ontario. (Macoun.) Throughout Canada to the Saskatchewan. (Hook. Fl.)

Var. ß. monostachyon, Hook. Fl. II., 267.

Little Tobique Lakes, N.B., 1884. (Hay.) Along Brackley Point

Road, Prince Edward Island, 1888. (Macoun.) Blood-vein River,

Lake Winnipeg. (J. M. Macoun.) Rocky Mountains, north of Smoking River. (Hook. Fl.)

Var. 6. Hook. Fl. II., 267.

Northwest America, from Observatory Inlet to Stikine. (Hook. Fl.) Roadside, between Hastings and New Westminster, B.C., spikes four instead of two; Mount Benson, near Nanaimo, Vancouver Island. (Macoun.)

(3040.) L. complanatum, Linn.; Hook. Fl. II., 267.

West coast of Newfoundland. (J. Bell.) Halifax, Truro and Pictou, N.S. (Sommer's Cat.) In dry woods; common in Kent Co., and at Campbellton, N.B. (Fowler's Cat.) Tobique River, N.B. (Hay.) Salmon River, N.B. (Wetmore.) In woods at Kingston, N.S.; at Cantire, Prince Edward Island, and along the Gaspé Coast, Q. (Macoun.) Vicinity of Ottawa. (Fletcher Fl. Ott.) Missinaibi River, Ont. (R. Bell.) Lake Mistassini, N. E. Ter. (J. M. Macoun.) Crane Lake, Muskoka, Ont. (Burgess.) Very common in cool woods throughout northern Ontario and westward to Lake Nepigon, and

Kakabeka Falls, Ont., and Swan Lake, Man.; mossy woods at Castle Mountain, Rocky Mountains, and westward to the Selkirk and Gold ranges, B.C. (Macoun.) Wigwam River, and Dean or Salmon River, B.C. (Dawson.) From Lake Huron to the Saskatchewan. (Hook. Fl.) Northwest coast. (Menzies.) Pine Grove near Blue Church Cemetery, Prescott; and woodlands west of Brockville, Ont.; not common. (Billings.)

(3041.) L. alpinum, Linn.

Elevated parts of the Rocky Mountains, Lat. 52°-5G°. (Drummond.) North of Griffin Lake on the summit of the Gold Range, B.C.; altitude 6500 feet. (Macoun.) We are doubtful of even these specimens, and they may possibly belong to L. sabinmfolium, although the flattened stems and leaves of two sizes are like L. alpinum of Europe.