Var. resupinatum, Sch.; Ren. & Card. Bot. Gaz., Vol. XXX., p. 23.
Chance Cove, Newfoundland, 1891. (Waghorne.)
Var. brevisetum, Schimp.
On rock, Lake Marsh, Yukon. The sterile specimens referred here possibly belong elsewhere, yet they come very close to this variety. (Williams.)
1188. H. Vaucheri, Lesq.
Newfoundland. (Waghorne) At the base of a tree at Dawson, Yukon. This species is dioecious. The leaves are entire with flat borders. (Williams.)
887. H. Lindbergii, Mitt.
On rocks at the Cascades, Gatineau River, Que., June, 1900; on stones and logs by a brook, Algonquin Park, Ont., June, 1900; on rocks and stones below Queenston Heights, Ont.; on logs in woods at Point Edward, Sarnia, Ont., 1901. (Macoun.)
Var. elatum, Schimp. In swamps, Lake Lindeman, Yukon. (Williams.)
Differs from H. Jamesii, Sulliv.; leaves denticulate all around, ovate-lanceolate, long-acuminate gradually tapering to a filiform point. Perichetial leaves entire below the long-linear point. Capsule obovate. Tufts olivaceous, sparingly radiculose. Lid of capsule and male flowers not seen. Habit of H. cupressiforme.
On the base of a tree, Revelstoke,B.C, May 5th, 1890. (Macoun.) Referred to Rapliidostegium recurvans in Part VI., p. 208.
1190. H. pseudo-Complexum, Kindb., Revue Bryol., 1895.
Leaves entire, not appressed when dry; upper cells lanceolate, lower oblong, angular, (alar) suboval, small not well defined. Stem-leaves ovate or ovate-oblong. Branch-leaves ovate-lanceolate longer-acuminate, often falcate. Tufts dense, pale green. Stems eradiculose irregularly divided; branches not compressed. Capsules unknown. Resembles a var. of H. molluscum in habit.
Port Etches, Alaska, June 16th, 1892. (J. M. Macoun.)
1191. H. filiforme, Kindb., Revue Bryol. 1895.
Stem leaves distant. Leaves ovate with a short subulate or longer and filiform point, faintly denticulate at acumen; those of the stem recurved at one side; upper cells lanceolate,lower oblong, alar few, hyaline. Tufts green, loose and eradiculose, stem long, pinnate; branches distant; paraphyllia broad, very few. Capsules unknown. Dioecious.
On rocks at Banff, Rocky Mountains, July, 1891. (Macoun.)
889. H. curvifolium, Hedw.
On old logs in woods at Camlachie, Lambton Co., Ont., June 18th, 1901. (Macoun.)
890. H. pratense, Koch.
On hummocks in a swamp at Dawson, Yukon. (Williams.)
1192. H. Subcomplexum, Kindb., Revue Bryol. 1895.
Differs from H. Vaucheri, Lesq.; leaves larger and shorter, abruptly narrowed from a subovate base; angular cells smaller and finally hyaline without special alar cells. Tufts green.
Sandstone rocks, Wood Mountain and Cypress Hills, Assa., June, 1894-95. (Macoun.)
894. H. nemorosum, Koch.
On earth, Leamy's Lake, Hull, Que., Nov. 9th, 1896. (Macoun.)
1193. H. pseudo-nemorosum, Kindb., Bryol. N. Am. & Eur.
Leaves ovate-oblong, denticulate at the subulate acumen, not distinctly recurved, decurrent, not yellow at insertion; alar cells small, few, dusky on a short triangular space; apical cellslanceo late, the inner linear-lanceolate. Tufts glossy-velvet-like. Stem subpinnate; branches faintly compressed; paraphyllia broad, not numerous. Capsules unknown. Habit of Pylaisia velutina. Referred in Part VI., p. 240 to H. nemorosum. (Macoun.)
1194. H. hamulosiforme, Kindb. (N. Sp.) in litt.
On old logs in woods, Cache Lake, Algonquin Park, Ont., June 8th, 1900. (Macoun.)
H. cupressiforme foliis angustioribus, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., Nos. 206 and 207.
Rocks and trunks of trees; not rare (206); trunks of trees and rocks; not uncommon (207). (Drummond.) Miquelon Island. (Delà-mare.) Pictou Co., N.S. (McKay.) Canaan Forks, Queen's Co., N.B. (J. Moser.) Bass River, Fredericton, and Grand Lake, N B. (Fowler's Cat.) On trees near Halifax, N.S.; on bases of trees. Brackley Point, Prince Edward Island; trunks of trees, Gaspé Co., Que.; abundant on trunks of trees at Ottawa; very common on trunks at Belleville, Ont.; also at Lake Nipissing and Lake Nepigon, Ont.; on trees, Dawson Route, west of Lake Superior; on trees, Athabasca River, near Fort Assiniboine, N.W.T.; on bases of trees at Manitoba House, Man. (Macoun.) On trunks at Punk Island and other points, Lake Winnipeg; Clear water River, N.W.T., lat. 57°. (J. M. Macoun.) Kootanie River, B.C. (Lyall.) Vicinity of London, Ont. (J. Dearness.)
(870.) H. pallescens, Schimp. Syn. ed. 2.
On limestone rocks on an old stone fence along the Aylmer Road, west of Hull, Que., October 24th, 1891. (Macoun.) Canaan Forks, Queen's Co., N.B. (J. Moser.) Confounded with H. reptile.
(871.) H. fertile, Sendt.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 391; Canadian Musci, No. 346, in part.
On old logs, Bass River, N.B. (Fowler's Cat.) On logs at Canaan Forks, Queen's Co., N.B. (J. Moser.) On logs, Tobique River, N.B. (Hay.) Baie St. Paul, Charlevoix Co., Que. (St. Cyr.) Decayed logs, Belvin's Lake, Que. (D"Urban.) On logs, Jupiter River, Anticosti; on logs, Gaspé Basin, and along the Gaspé coast, Que.; on old logs in woods at Owen Sound, Ont. (Macoun.) Islands in the Gulf of Georgia, B.C. (Dawson.) All the above localities doubtful except the last, as the specimens have not been examined by Kindberg.
(872.) H. Waghornei, Kindb. (n. sp.)
Differs from H. fertile in the large and hyaline alar leaf-cells, the other basal ones not yellow, capsule tumid at the base, slightly curved, paraphyllia very broad.
New Harbor and Chance Cove, Newfoundland, September 26th, 1890. (Rev. A. Waghorne.)
(873.) H. fastigiatum, Brid.
On dry rocks at Hector (Kicking Horse Lake) Rocky Mountains, and on large boulders three miles to the west, July, 1885, and August, 1890. (Macoun.) Greenland. (Fl. Gr.)