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Catalogue Of Canadian Plants IV-VII | by John Macoun



The first volume of this Catalogue of Canadian Plants consists of three parts separately published and bearing date 1883, 1884 and 1886 respectively. Part I. includes the Polypetalae, Part II. the Gamopetalae, Part III. the Apetalae and Gymnosperms. Part IV., now issued, is devoted to the Endogens, and forms the first portion of Volume II. of the Catalogue. Part V. will include the ferns and their allies with the mosses and liverworts, and it is intended in Part VI. to catalogue the lichens,fungi and seaweeds. Over 2,000 species of named cryptogamous plants, to be catalogued in Parts V. and VI., are now in the herbarium, and it is probable that the number will be raised to 2,500 before these parts are published, so that the entire work will enumerate about 5,500 species of plants (indigenous and introduced) found growing without cultivation within the limits of Canada.

TitleCatalogue Of Canadian Plants IV-VII
AuthorJohn Macoun
PublisherWilliam Foster Brown & Co.
Year1892
Copyright1892, William Foster Brown & Co.
AmazonCatalogue of Canadian plants

By John Macoun, M.A., F.L.S., F.R.S.C.,

Naturalist to the Geological and Natural History Survey of Canada.

Geological And Natural History Society Of Canada.

Alfred R C. Selwyn, C.M.G., Lld., F.Rs., F.G.S., Director.

-Preface. Part IV
The first volume of this Catalogue of Canadian Plants consists of three parts separately published and bearing date 1883, 1884 and 1886 respectively. Part I. includes the Polypetalae, Part II. the Gam...
-586. Vallisneria, Linn. Gen. 1097. (Eel-Grass.)
(2209.) V. spiralis, Linn. Hook. Fl., II., 192. V. Americana, Michx. Fl. II., 220. Pursh, Fl. II., 602. Not uncommon in slow-flowing rivers and shallow borders of lakes. Its range is rather wide...
-CIII. Orchidaceae. (Orchid Family.). 587. M1crostylis, Nutt. Gen. II., 196
(2210.) M. monophyllos, Lindl. Gen. Orch. 19. Hook. Fl. II., 193. M. brachypoda, Gray. Ann. Lyc, New York, III., 228. Tipularia discolor, Beck, Bot. 350. Occasional in rather damp, shady woods, ...
-588. Liparis, Richard. (Twayblade.)
(2213.) L. Loeselii, Richard. Hook. FL II, 194. Malaxis liliifolia, Richard. Pursh, Fl. II, 592 in part. In wet springy places, or on hummocks in swamps; local but not rare. In a boggy meadow ne...
-589. Calypso, Salisb. (Calypso.)
(2214.) C. borealis, Salisb. Hook. Fl. II, 195. Pursh Fl. II, 593. On moss in deep, shady woods,' from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Nova Scotia. (Menzies.) Rather common in shady woods, having been...
-591. Corallorhiza, R. Br. (Coral-Root.)
(2216.) C. innata, R. Br. Hook. FL II., 194. C. verna, Nutt. Journ. Acad. Phil. III., 136. Rather rare, but widely distributed, being found in deep cool woods from the Atlantic to the Pacific. N...
-592. Listera, R. Br. (Twayblade.)
(2221.) L. cordata, E.Br. Hook. Fl. II, 204. Ophrys cordata, Michx. Fl. II., 158. Not uncommon in cool woods from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Newfoundland and Labrador. (Br. Morrison.) Pictou, ...
-593. Spiranthes, Richard. (Ladies Tresses.)
(2223.) S. latifolia, Torr. Gray, Man. Ed. Y., 504. S. plantaginea, Torr. Fl. N. York, II., 284. Occasionally in damp, grassy places. Titusville, Andover, North Mountain, Tobique and Eel rivers,...
-594. Coodyera, R. Br. (Rattlesnake-Plantain.)
(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 Pac...
-596. Calopocon, R.Br. (Calopogon.)
(2231.) C. pulchellus, E. Br. Hook., Fl. II., 202. Cymbidium pulchellum, Pursh, Fl. II., 592. Limodorum tuberosum, Michx., Fl. II., 159. Peat bogs, not common. Newfoundland. (Miss Brenton.) New ...
-597. Poconia, Juss. Gen. 65. (Pogonia.)
(2232.) P. ophioglossoides, Ker., Bot. Reg. 148. Hook.,. Fl. II., 201. Arethusa ophioglossoides, Pursh, Fl. II., 590; Michx., Fl. II., 159. Peat bogs, not common in Ontario. Newfoundland. (Dr. Morr...
-599. Orchis, Linn. Gen. 1009. (Orchis.)
(2236.) O. spectablis, Linn. Hook., Fl. II., 195; Pursh, Fl. II. 587. 0. humilis, Michx., Fl. II., 155. Rich low woods, rather rare. Keswick, and at Eel River, Carleton Co., N B. (Fowler, Cat.) Gom...
-600. Habenaria, Willd. Spec. IV., 44. (Rein-Orchis.)
(2239.) H. tridentata, Hook., Ex. PL 81. Platanthera tipuloides, Lindl., Orchid, 285. Gymnadenia (?) tridentata, Lindl. Hook., Fl. II., 195. Orchis tridentata, Pursh, Fl. II., 586. 0. clavellata, M...
-600. Habenaria, Willd. Spec. IV., 44. (Rein-Orchis.). Continued
Mountain swamp, near Montreal, 1821. (Dr. Holmes.) Vicinity of Ottawa. (Fletcher, Fl. Ott.) Bather common in swamps throughout central Ontario, and abundant around Lake Superior and on the Island of M...
-601. Cypripedium, Linn. Gen. 1015. (Lady's Slipper.)
(2260.) C. arietinum, R. Brown. Hort. Kew. (Ed. 2) V., 222. Cedar and tamarack swamps, usually on hummocks. Saguenay River. Q. (Scott.) Savanne, near Montreal, 1821. (Dr. Holmes.) Dow's swamp, Otta...
-Cy. Iridaceae. Iris Family. 603. Iris, Linn. Gen. 59. (Flower-De-Luce)
(2269.) I. versicolor, Linn. Hook., Fl. II., 206; Pursh, Fl. L, 29. I. Virginica, Pursh, Fl. I., 29. Abundant in ditches, swamps, and by river and lake margins. New Harbor, Newfoundland. (Rev. A...
-604. Sisyrinchium, Linn. Gen. 1017. (Blue-Eyed Grass)
(2275.) S. anceps, Cav. Pursh, Fl. I., 31; Hook., Fl. II., 207. S. Bermudiana, Michx., Fl. I., 33. S. Bermudiana, Linn. Var. anceps. Gray, Man. Ed. V., 517. Very common, either under this for...
-CVIII. Liliaceae. Lily Family. 607. Smilax, Linn. Gen. 1120. (Green-Brier)
(2281.) S. quadrangularis, Pursh, Fl. I., 251. S. rotundifolia, var. quadrangularis. Gray, Man. Ed. V., 519. S. rotundifolia, Linn. Hook., Fl. II., 172; Pursh, Fl. I., 250. S. cauduca, Pursh, II. I...
-609. Polygonatum, Adans. (Solomon's Seal)
(2285.) P. biflorum. Ell. Gray, Man. Ed. V., 531. P. multiflorum, Desf. Hook., Fl. II., 176, in part P. angustifolium, canalicvlatum, pubescens, hirtum, latifolium and multiflorum, Pursh, Fl. I....
-610. Streptopus, Michx. Fl. I., 200. (Twisted-Stalk) (2287) S. Amplexifolius, Dc. Fl. Fran. III., 174
S. distortus, Michx., Fl. I., 200. Hook., Fl. II., 173. S. amplexicatUis, Poir. Baker, Journ. Linn., Soc. XIV., 591. In cool ravines and deep shade, along mountain brooks; not common anywhere, b...
-611. Smilicina, Desf. (False Solomon's Seal)
(2289.) S. stellata, Desf. Pursh, Fl. I., 233; Hook., Fl. II., 176. Convallaria stellata, Michx., Fl. I., 202. Very common in low moist woods, along streams, and in meadows. Labrador. (Butler.) Pic...
-612. Maianthemum, Wiggers. ('Lily Of The Valley")
(2294.) M. Canadense, Desf. Watson, Proced. Am. Acad. XIV. 247. Smilicina bifolia, Roem. Hook., Fl. II., 176, in part. S. Canadense, Pursh, Fl. I., 233. S. bifolia, var. Canadensis, Gray. Man., Ed....
-614. Brodiae A, Smith. Trans. Linn. Soc. X., 2
(2297.) B. grandiflora, Smith. Hook., PI. II., 186. Milla maritima, Macoun, Cat., No. 1869. On sandy, rocky, or gravelly soil, in the oak openings. Close to the sea, on Fuller's farm, at Oak Bay; a...
-615. Allium, Linn. Gen. 409. (Onion, Garlic)
(2300.) A. tricoccum. Ait. Pursh, Fl. I., 223. A. triflorum, Pursh, Fl. I., 223. A. cernuum, Hook., Fl. II., 184. Not very widely distributed but common in Ontario and western Quebec, Hampton an...
-616. Camassia, Lindl. (Camass)
(2310.) C - Fraseri, Torr. Pacif. R. Rep., IV., 147. Scilla Fraseri, Gray, Man., Ed. V., 533. Apparently rare in Ontario. White Island, in the Detroit River, opposite Amherstburgh, 1882. (Macoun.) ...
-617. Lilium, Linn. Gen. 410. (Lily)
(2313.) L. Philadelphicum, Linn. Hook., Fl. II., 181; Pursh, Fl. I., 229. L. umbellatum, Pursh, Fl. I., 229. Bather common in western Ontario, but more so throughout the prairie region. McKay...
-618. Fritillaria, Linn. Gen. 411. (Fritillaria)
(2317) F. Kamtschatcensis, Ker. Hook., Fl. II., 181. The specimens referred here are much taller and stouter than the next species, and, as far as I am aware, are confined to the proximity of the s...
-619. Erythronium, Gen. 414. Linn. (Dog's Tooth Violet)
(2320.) E. Americanum, Smith. Hook., Fl. II, 182. E. Denscanis, Michx., Fl. 198. E. lanceolatum, Pursh, Fl. L, 230. Very abundant in rich woods throughout Ontario. Not common at Pictou, N.S. (Mc...
-624. Tofieldia, Huds. (False Asphodel)
(2329.) T. borealis, Wahlenb. Fl, Lapp., 169. T.palustris, Huds. Hook., Fl. II., 179. T.pusilla, Pursh, Fl. L, 246. Narthecium pusillum, Michx., Fl. I., 209. Peat bogs and on rocks along the sea...
-625. Uvularia, Linn. Gen. 412. (Bell-Wort)
(2333.) U. perfoliata, Linn. Hook., Fl. II., 174; Pursh, Fl. I., 231. U. perfoliata, var. minor, Michx., Fl. I., 199. Rich woods, but of doubtful occurrence in Canada. The references given below ar...
-626. Disporum, Salisb. In Trans. Hort. Soc. I., 331
(2336.) D. Menziesii, Don. Uvularia Smithii, Hook., Fl. II., 174. Prosartes Menziesii, Don. Linn., Trans. XVIII., 533. We have never seen Canadian specimens of this species, but Dr. Watson gi...
-627. Clintonia, Rafin. (Clintonia)
(2341.) C - borealis, Raf. Gray, Man. Ed. V., 529. Smilacina borealis, Pursh, Fl. L, 232; Hook., Fl. II., 175. Rich cool woods, abundant chiefly eastward. Labrador. (Butler.) Brigus, Newfoundlan...
-628. Medeola, Linn. Gen. 455. (Indian Cucumber)
(2343.) M. Virginica, Linn. Michx., Fl. I, 214; Pursh, PL I., 244; Hook., Fl. II., 179. Rich woods, rather common; but seldom seen in abundance anywhere. Windsor, Dartmouth, Halifax, and Pictou, N....
-629. Trillium, Linn. Gen. 456. (Three-Leaved Nightshade.)
(2344.) T. erectum, Linn., var. atropurpureum, Hook. Fl II., 180; Pursh, Fl. I., 245. T. rhomboideum, var. atropurpureum, Michx., Fl. I., 215. T. obovatum, Pursh, Fl. I., 246. (Montreal plant) L...
-631. Veratrum, Linn. Gen. 1144. (False Hellebore.)
(2350.) V. viride, Ait.; Pursh, Fl. I., 242; Hook. Fl. II. 178. V. album, Michx., Fl. I., 249; Macoun, Cat. No. 1829. V. Eschscholtzii, Gray; Rothr. Alask. 456. V. album, var. Eschscholtzii, ...
-633. Zycadenus, Michx. Fl.I., 213. (Zygadene.)
(2352.) Z. elegans, Pursh, Fl. I., 241; Hook., Fl. II., 178. Z. glaucus, Nutt.; Hook., Fl. II., 178; Macoun, Cat. No. 1826. Z. chloranthus, Richards; Hook., Fl. II., 177. Rather rare along river...
-CVIII. Pontederiaceae. Pickerel-Weed Family. 634. Pontederia. Linn. (Pickerel-Weed.)
(2355.) P. cordata, Linn.; Hook., Fl. II., 187. Frequent in ponds and by lake margins. Marshes near Cape Blomi-don, N.S. (Macoun.) Windsor, Halifax, Pictou, Mahone Bay and Truro, N.S. (Sommers, Oat...
-CX. Juncaceae . Rush Family. 637. Juncus, Linn. Gen. 437. (Rush, Bog-Rush.)
(2358.) J. effusus, Linn.; Hook., EL II., 190. Frequent in ditches and boggy places throughout the eastern provinces; Brigus, Newfoundland. (R. Bell.) Windsor, Bedford, and Pictou, N.S. (Sommers, C...
-Juncaceae. Rush Family. Juncus. Rush, Bog-Rush. Part 2
2365.) J. trifidus, Linn.; Engelm., Mon. June. 447. Mountain summits or far north. Newfoundland. (Engelmann.) Summit of Mount Albert, Gaspé, Q., alt. 4,000 feet, 1882. (Macoun. Porter.) Southern ...
-Juncaceae. Rush Family. Juncus. Rush, Bog-Rush. Part 3
Var. fasciculiflorus, Boiss.; Engelm. Mon. Junc, 451. Apparently rare or overlooked. Muddy places at Belleville, Ont., 1870; in abundance on King's Farm, Cedar Hill, near Victoria, Vancouver Island...
-Juncaceae. Rush Family. Juncus. Rush, Bog-Rush. Part 4
The tall form mentioned by Dr. Gray (Manual 542) as occurring on the islands above Niagara Falls, has been gathered at Point aux Pins, Lake Erie, by Dr. Burgess. Var. megacephalus, Torr., Bot. N. Y...
-638. Luzula, Dc. (Wood-Rush.)
(2389.) L. spadicea, DC, var. parviflora, Meyer, Linnaea, XXII., 399. L. melanocarpa, var.ß, Hook., Fl. II., 188. L. spadicea, Macoun, Cat. No. 1879. This form is abundant in favourable places f...
-640. Sparcanium, Linn. Gen. 1041. (Bur-Reed.)
(2399.) S. eurycarpum, Engelm.; Gray, Man. Ed. V., 481. S. ramosum, Huds.; Hook., Fl. II., 169, in part. Not uncommon but seldom collected. Chiefly along the margins of ponds and lakes. Newfoundlan...
-CXII. Aroideae. Arum Family. 641. ArisaeMa, Martius, (Indian Turnip.)
(2405.) A. triphyllum, Torr., Bot. N. York, II., 239. Arum triphyllum, Linn.; Hook., Fl. II., 168; Pursh, Fl. II., 399. A. atrorubens, Ait. Kew. III., 315. Rich low woods, rather common. Hantspo...
-643. Calla, Linn. (Water Arum)
(2408.) C. palustris, Linn.; Hook., Fl. II., 169; Pursh, Fl.II, 399. Bather common in marshes and spring brooks. Windsor, and Pictou, N.S. (Sommers, Cat.) Straits of Canso, Guysboro Co., N.S. (Maco...
-645. Symplocarpus, Salisb. (Skunk Cabbage.)
(2410.) S. foetidus, Salisb.; Hook., Fl. II., 169. Pothos foetidus, Pursh, Fl. II., 398; Michx., Fl. II., 186. Bather local but abundant where it grows. Swamps, or along the base of hills where spr...
-646. Acorus, Linn. Sweetflag
(2411.) A. Calamus, Linn.; Hook., Fl. II., 167; Pursh, Fl. I., 235. Abundant in marshes by rivers and lakes. Pennant Harbor, Halifax Co., N.S. (Sommers.) Abundant in a marsh at Truro and near Yarmo...
-CXIII. Lemnaceae. Duckweed Family. 647. Lemna, Linn. (Duckweed)
(2412.) L. trisulca, Linn.; Hook., Fl. II., 169; Pursh, Fl. I., 22. Abundant in many ponds from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Ponds Windsor, N.S. (Macoun.) Petitcodiac, N.B. (Fowler, Cat.) Abundant ...
-CXIV. Alismaceae. Water-Plantain Family. 649. Alisma, Linn. Gen. 460. (Water-Plantain)
(2417.) A. Plantago, Linn., Tar. Americanum, Gray, Man. Ed. V., 492. A. Plantago, Linn.; Michx., Fl. I., 218; Hook., Fl. II., 168. A. natans, Pursh, Fl. I., 253; Hook., Fl. II., 168. A. trivialis, ...
-650. Sacittaria, Linn. Gen. 1067. (Arrow-Head)
(2418.) S. variabilis, Engelm.; Gray, Man. Ed. Ed. V., 4937 S. sagittifolia, Pursh, Fl. II., 395; Hook., Fl. II., 167. Under its various forms this species extends across the continent though it is...
-Cxy. Naiadaceae. Pond-Weed Family. 653. Triglochin, Linn. Gen. 453. (Arrow-Grass.)
(2424.) T. palustre, Linn.; Hook., Fl. II., 168; Pursh, Fl.II.,247. Not uncommon in wet sand along lakes and by ponds. Labrador. (Dr. Morrison.) Rather rare at Belledune, Carleton, Andover and T...
-656. Potamoceton, Linn. Gen. 174. (Pond-Weed)
(2428.) P. natans, Linn.; Michx., Fl. I., 101; Pursh, Fl. I., 120; Hook., Fl. II., 171. Quite common in lakes, ponds, and stagnant pools, throughout the country. Cow Bay, and Halifax, N.S. (Sommers...
-656. Potamoceton, Linn. Gen. 174. (Pond-Weed). Part 2
P. heterophyllus, Schreb.; Hook., F1.IL, 172; Pursh, Fl. I., 120. Common in streams from the Atlantic to the Pacific. In flowing water at Coal Branch, Kent Co.; Tobique River, and Salmon River, N.B. (...
-656. Potamoceton, Linn. Gen. 174. (Pond-Weed). Part 3
(Buchan.) North shore of Lake Superior. (Agassiz.) Lake Mistassini, N.E.T. (J. M. Macoun.) Fort Carleton, Saskatchewan River. (Macoun.) Cumberland House to York Factory, on Hudson Bay. (Hooker, Fl.) ...
-658. Zannichellia, Linn. Gen. 1034. (Horned Pondweed)
(2452.) Z. palustris, Linn.; Pursh, Fl. I., 4; Hook., Fl. II., 170. Freshwater, and brackish ponds and ditches; not rare. In the salt marsh near Truro, and at Yarmouth, N.S.; salt ponds at Baddeck,...
-661. Naias, Linn. Gen. 1096. (Naiad)
(2455.) N. flexilis, Rostk. & Schmidt. N. Canadensis, Michx., Fl. II., 220; Pursh, Fl. II, 602; Hook.,Fl. II., 170. Caulina flexilis, Willd.; Pursh, Fl. I., 2. Locally abundant and widely distri...
-CXVII. Eriocauleae. Pipewort Family. 662. Eriocaulon, Linn. Gen. 100. (Pipewort)
(2456.) E. septangulare, With.; Hook., Fl. II., 181. E. pellucidum, Michx., Fl. L, 166; Pursh, Fl. I., 92, In soft mud on the borders of lakes and poods. Newfoundland. (Br. Morrison.) Halifax and M...
-CXVII. Cyperaceae. Sedge Family. 663. Cyperus, Linn. Gen. 66. (Galingale)
(2457.) C. diandrus, Torr. Cyp. 342; Hook., Fl. II., 232. Low ground around springs, and in marshes by lakes and ponds. Fredericton, N.B. (Fowler, Cat.) Riverside, King's Co., N.B. (Wet-more.) In c...
-664. Dulichium, Pers. (Dulichium)
(2465.) D. spathaceum, Pers.; Hook., Fl. II., 232; Pursh, Fl. I., 53. D. Canadense, Pers.; Pursh, Fl. I., 54. Scirpus spathaceus, Michx., Fl. I., 32. Not uncommon in marshes and by lake borders,...
-665. Heleocharis, R. Br. (Spike-Rush)
(2466.) H. Robbinsii, Oakes.; Gray, Man. Ed. V., 557. Kendrick's Lake; and Potter's Lake, near St. Stephen, N.B. ( Vroom.) (2467.) H. obtusa, Schultes.; Hook., Fl. II, 229. Scirpus capitatus,...
-666. Scirpus, Linn. Gen. 67. (Club-Rush.)
(2476.) S. caespitosus, Linn.; Torr. Cyp., 319. Eleocharis caespitosa, Link.; Hook., Fl. II., 229. Chiefly boreal and alpine in habit, but extending across the continent. Peat bog, Sydney Mine, Cap...
-667. Eriophorum, Linn. Gen. 68
(2486.) E. cyperinum, Linn.; Benth.&Hook.,Gen.Plant,III., 1052. Scirpus Eriophorum, Michx., var. cyperinus, Gray, Man. Ed. V., 565; Macoun, Cat. No. 1925 Trichophorum cyperinum, Pers.; Pursh, Fl...
-668. Rhynchospora, Vahl. (Beak-Rush.)
(2495.) R. fusca, Roem. & Schultes, Syst. II., 81. R. alba, ß., fusca, Pursh, Fl. I., 49. Schoenus fuscus, Linn., Sp. II., 1664. Peat bogs and beaver meadows. Peat bogs, North Sydney, Cape Breton. ...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.)
I. Spike solitary and simple. Terminal and androgynous. Colored. * Bracts scale-like. Stigmas II. (2504.) C - nardina, Fries. Mant. II, 55 (1835.) C. Hepburnii, Boott,Hook., Fl. II., 209 (1840.)...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 2
(2517.) C. polytrichoides, Muhl. in Willd. (1802); Pursh, Fl. L, 39; Hook., Fl. II., 209. C leptalea, Wahl. Köngl. Acad. Handi. XXIV., 139, (1803.) C. rnicrostachya, Michx., Fl. II., 169, (1803....
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 3
(2527.) C. Siccata, Dew. Sill. Journ. X., 278, (1826): Hook., Fl. II., 212. C. pallida, C. A. Meyer, Cyp. Nov. No. 21, (1830.) Dry gravelly, or sandy soil, having a wide range to the north-westward...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 4
(2534.) C. Stipata, Muhl. Cat. (1805); Pursh, PL I., 35. C. vulpinoidea, Torr. (1836); Hook., Fl. II., 212. C. Crus-corvi, Shuttle worth; Sommers, Cat., Nova Scotia Plants. Very common in dit...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 5
(2545.) C. Hoodii, Boott, Hook., Fl. II., 211, (1840.) C. congesta, C. A. Meyer, vide, Boott. In grassy thickets, Cypress Hills, Alberta. (J. M. Macoun.) Nachacco River, and McLeod's Lake, northern...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 6
Abundant in bogs eastward from Lake Superior. Sphagnum swamp, Truro, N.S. (Macoun.) Swamps and woods, Bass River; Carloton Co., N.B. (Fowler, Cat.) Tobique Lakes, N.B. (Brittain.) Swamps, Cape Rosier,...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 7
Q. (Macoun.) Madeline River, Gaspé, Q. (Porter.) Montreal Mountain. (C. F. McCrea.) Meadows near Templeton, Q.; Port Colborne, Ont. (McGill Coll. Herb.) Kemptville, Ont. (Porter.) In all woods at Otta...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 8
(2563.) C. glareosa, Wahl. Kongl. Acad. Handl. XXIV., 146, (1802); Hook., Fl. II., 214. This species seems confined to the sea-coast, or mountains near the sea, Cape Chudleigh, and the Eskimo villa...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 9
(2569.) C. arida, Schweinitz & Torrey, Car. Mon. 312, (1824); Hook., Fl. II., 214. C. scoparia, var. Muskingumensis, Tuckerman, Enum. Meth. 17, (1843.) C. Muskingumensis, Schweinitz, An. Tab. (1823...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 10
Var. festucacea, Boott, Ill. 120. C.festucacea, Willd. (1805); Pursh, Fl. I., 38; Hook., Fl. II., 215. Heads larger than the preceding, usually more scattered, slightly tapering to the base; per...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 11
On mountains and by rivers and lakes in the northern forest region. Madawaska and Tobique rivers, N.B. (Fowler, Cat.) Nicatau Lake, N.B. (Hay.) Near Jupiter River, and at Becscie River, Anticosti; in ...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 12
III. Spikelets sometimes all staminate at the tip, or with one androgynous or altogether staminate. * Stigmas II. or III. (2587.) C. petricosa, Dew. Sill. Journ. XXIX., 246, (1836); Hook., Fl. I...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 13
(2596.) C. flava, Linn., Sp. Pl. 975, (1753); Hook., Fl. II., 225. C. lepidocarpa, Tausch, Flora, 179, (1834.) C.flava, var. androgyna, Olney, Exsicc. III., 27, (1871.) Not uncommon in wet me...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 14
(2600.) C. invisa, Bailey, Carex, Syn. No. 68, (1886.) C. podocarpa, W. Boott, Bot. Calif. II., 245, (1880.) On the summits of the higher Rocky Mountains, at Kicking Horse Lake and westward to Roge...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 15
River, Keewatin. (J. M. Macoun.) Saskatchewan, and northward to Bear Lake. (Bailey.) Canada to Mackenzie River. (Hooker, Fl.) Hethy Portage. (Richardson.) (2605.) C. acuta, Linn., Sp. PL, 1388, (17...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 16
(2612.) C. Sitchensis, Prescott, (1831); Hook.,. II., 220. A very fine and remarkably distinct species, growing in profusion on many parts of the Pacific coast. Along the Fraser River, at Lad-ner's...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 17
Var. stygia, Bailey, Carex, Syn. 95, (1886.) C. stygia, Fries. Mant. III., 141. C. rariflora, Rothrock, Pl. Alask. 457. (?) Spikes mostly thicker and more drooping than in the species; scales...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 18
C. pallescens, Hook., Fl. II., 226, (1840.) C. abbreviata, Boott, Linn. Trans. XX., 141, (1845.) Abundant in many parts of western Manitoba, growing in clumps, and having the general appearance of ...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 19
(2638.) C. retrocurva, Dew., Wood's Bot. 423, (1845.) Apparently rare in Canada. Vicinity of Hamilton, Ont. (Logie.) Grassy woods at Amherstburgh, Lake Erie. (Macoun.) Border of a ravine at London,...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 20
(2648.) C. varia, Muhl. (1806); Hook., Fl. II., 223; Pursh, Fl. I., 40, (1814.) C. varia, yar.pedicillata, Dew. Sill. Journ. XL, 163, (1827.) C collecta, Dew. Sill. Journ. XI., 314; (1827.) C...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 21
Var. Faxoni, Bailey, Coult. Bot. Gaz. XIII., 87. Spikes shorter than in the species, usually short-peduncled, erect or nearly so, much more densely flowered, part of them usually contiguous at the ...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 22
(2662.) C. riparia, W. Curtis, Fl. Lond. IV., t. 60, (1792.) C. lacustris, Willd. (1805); Pursh, Fl. I., 45; Hook., Fl. II., 227. Newfoundland. (Reeks.) In water near Weldford Station, Bass River, ...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 23
(2668.) C. folliculata, Linn. Sp. Plant, 978, 1753.) C. xanthophysa, Wahl. Köngl. Acad. Handl. XXIV., 152, (1802.) Peat bogs and marshes. Cold swamps, Newfoundland. (Reeks.) Marshes and wet ground ...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 24
(2674.) C. miliaris, Michx., Fl. I., 174, (1803); Pursh, Fl. I., 41; Hook., Fl. II., 224. C. saxatilis, var. (?) miliaris, Bailey, Bot. Gaz. IX., 120, (1884.) C. pulla, var. (?) miliaris, Gray, Man...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 25
Var. major, Boott, Hook., Fl. II., 221, (1840.) Valley of the Fraser, at Ladner's Landing, B.C. (Fletcher.) Abundant in marshes and by rivers at Victoria, Nanaimo, Qualicum, and especially at Sproa...
-672. Carex, Linn. Gen. 1046. (Sedge.). Part 26
C. comosa, Boott, Linn. Trans. XX., 117, (1845); Macoun, Cat. No. 1973. Bare in Canada or seldom collected. Newfoundland. (Reeks.) St. Stephen, N.B. (Vroom.) Lakeville, N.B. (Brittain.) Wet grounds...
-674. Panicum. Linn. Gen. 96. (Panic Grass.)
(2693.) P. agrostoides, Spreng.; Torr., Fl. N. York II., 429. P. elongaium, Pursh, Fl. I., 69. Common in clumps along Sproat Lake, six miles from Alberni, west coast of Vancouver Island, 1887. (...
-674. Setaria, Beauv. (Bristly Foxtail-Grass.)
(2707.) S. glauca, Beauv.; Hook., Fl. II., 236. Panicum glaucum, Linn.; Michx., Fl. I., 46; Pursh, Fl. I., 66. Penniseium glaucum, R. Br., Prodr. 195. Naturalised in cultivated grounds, and on w...
-676. Spartina, Schreb. (Cord-Grass)
(2712.) S. cynosuroides, Willd. Enum. L, 80; Hook., Fl. IT., 242. S. polystachya, Hook., Fl. II., 242. Dactylis cynosuroides, Linn. Sp. I., 71. Trachynotia cynosuroides, Michx., Fl. I., 64. Limneti...
-677. Zizania, Linn. Gen. 1062. (Wild Rice.)
(2717.) Z. aquatica, Linn.; Pursh, Fl. I., 60. Z. clavulosa, Michx., Fl. I., 75. Hydropyrum esculentum, Link.; Hook., Fl. II., 233. Very abundant in many marshes and lakes throughout Ontario....
-678. Leersia, Swartz. (White Grass.)
(2718.) L. oryzoides, Swartz.; Pursh, Fl. I., 62; Hook., Fl. II., 233. Phalaris oryzoides, Linn. Sp. I., 55. Asprella oryzoides, Lam. Ill. No. 858. Truro, and Windsor, N.S. (Macoun.) Wet banks o...
-679. Andropocon, Linn. Gen. 1145. (Beard-Grass.)
(2720.) A. provincialis, Lam; Scribner, Trans. Kansas Acad. Sci. IX., 116. A.furcatus, Muhl.; Pursh, Fl. I., 75; Hook., Fl. II., 256; Macoun, Cat. No. 2268. Bather common in dry, sandy thickets ...
-681. Phalaris, Linn. Gen. 74. (Canary-Grass.)
(2723.) P. arundinacea, Linn.; Michx., Fl. I., 43; Pursh, Fl. I., 65; Hook., Fl. II., 234. P. Americana, Torr., Fl. I., 100. Calamagrostis colorata, Nutt, Gen. I., 46. In ditches, marshes, and t...
-683. Hierochloa, Cmel. (Holy Grass.)
(2726.) H. alpina, Roem. & Schultz.; Hook., Fl. II., 234. Holcus alpinus, Wahl. Fl. Lapp., 31. On the summits of high mountains and northward. Ford's Harbor, coast of Labrador; Cape Chudleigh, and ...
-684. Alopecuris, Linn. Gen. 78. (Fox-Tail Grass.)
(2729.) A. alpinus, Smith; Hook., Fl. II, 234, in part. Cape Prince of Wales, Digge's Island, Mansfield Island, and Nottingham Island, Hudson Strait. (R. Bell) Fort George, James Bay; between Fort ...
-686. Stipa, Linn. Gen. 90. (Feather-Grass.)
(2737.) S. avenacea, Linn.; Gray, Man. Ed. V., 617. In sandy open pine woods, Point aux Pins, eight miles above Sault Ste. Marie, 1869. (Macoun.) (2738.) S. comata, Trin. & Rupr., Stipaceae, 76....
-687. - Oryzopsis, Michx. (Mountain Rice.)
(2743.) O. asperifolia, Michx., Fl.I.,51; Pursh, Fl. I., 60; Hook., Fl. II., 236. Urachne asperifolia, Trin. Diss. I., 174. U. leucosperma, Link. Hort. Berol. I., 94. Rocky woods, not infrequ...
-688. Milium, Linn. Linn. Gen. 79. (Millet-Grass)
(2747.) M. effusum, Linn.; Hook., Fl. II., 235. A fine tall grass, growing in cold damp woods throughout the northern forest region. Wet thickets, Whycocomagh, Cape Breton; and at Salt Lake, and Ju...
-689. Muehlenbercia, Schreber. (Drop-Seed.)
(2748.) M. diffusa, Schreb.; Pursh, Fl. I., 40. Dilepycum minutiflorum, Michx., Fl. I.,40. In grassy woodlands along Lake Erie, above the Canal at Port Col-borne. (Macoun.) Point Pelée, Essex Co., ...
-690. Brachyelytrum, Beauv. Agrostogr. 39
(2753.) B. aristatum, Beauv.; Torr., Fl. I., 102. Muehlenbergia erecta, Schreb.; Pursh, Fl. I.,.61. M. aristata, Pers.; Hook., Fl. II., 237. M. Brachyelylrum, Trin. Diss. I., 88. Dilepycum...
-691. Phleum, Linn. Gen. 77. (Timothy-Grass)
(2754.) P. alpinum, Linn.; Hook., Fl. II., 234. P. Haenkeanum, Presl, Rel. Haenk. I., 245. Jupiter River, Anticosti. (Macoun.) Summit of Mount Albert, Gaspé, Q. (Macoun. Porter.) Fort George, James...
-693. Sporobolus, R. Br. (Drop-Seed Grass.) (2757.) S. Asperifolius, Thurber, Bot. Calif. II., 270
Vilfa asperifolius, Nees. & Meyer, in Trin. Agrost. I., 73. Sporobolus arenaceus, Buckl. Proced. Acad. Philad. 89, (1862.) Dry, open prairie, on the east side of Reed Lake, Assiniboia, 1880. (Macou...
-694. Agrostis, Linn. Gen. 80. (Bent-Grass.)
(2163.) A. canina, Linn.; Gray, Man. Ed. V., 611. A. canina, Linn., var. (?) tenella, Torr. Bot. N. York II., 443. Brigus, Newfoundland. (R. Bell.) Molus River, Kent Co., N.B.; in dry barrens. (Fow...
-697. Cinna, Linn. Gen. 15. (Wood-Reed Grass.)
(2116.) C. arundinacea, Linn.; Michx., Fl. I., 38. Muehlenbergia Cinna, Trin.; Hook., Fl. II., 237. Agrostis Cinna, Pursh, Fl. I., 64. This species and the next have been confounded and mostly r...
-698. Deyeuxia, Clarion. (Reed-Bent Grass.)
(2778.) D. aequivalvis, Benth.& Hook., Gen. Plant III., 1153. A. aequivalvis, Trin. Agrost. II., 116; Macoun, Cat. No. 2128, b. A. canina, var. aequivalvis, Trin.; Bong. Veg. Sitch. 171. A. c...
-699. Ammophila, Host. Gram. Austr. IV., 24. (Sand-Grass.)
(2798.) A. arundinacea, Host.; Hook., Fl. II., 241. Arundo arenaria, Linn.; Michx., Fl. L, 73; Pursh, Fl. I, 87. Psamma littoralis, Beauv. Agrost. 143. Calamagrostis arenaria, Trin.; Gray, Man. ...
-701. Deschampsia, Beauv
(2802.) D. atropurpurea, Scheele; Vasey, Cat. Grasses U. S. 53, (1885.) Aira atropurpurea, Wahl.; Gray, Man. Ed. V., 642; Macoun, Cat. No. 2234. Apparently confirfed to the mountains of eastern ...
-703. Trisetum, Pers. Syn. Pl. I, 97
(2809.) T. canescens, Buckl. Proced. Acad. Philad. 100, (1862.) T. elatum, Boland. Cat. 34. Not uncommon on rocky soil in the southern part of Vancouver Island, at Cedar Hill, Goldstream, Nanaimo, ...
-704. Avena, Linn. Gen. 91. (Oat-Grass.)
(2813.) A. fatua, Linn. (Wild Oats.) This species is reported from many parts of Ontario and Manitoba, but the only specimen we have ever seen of it is from Moosomin, in Assiniboia. It makes very g...
-706. Danthonia, Dc. (Wild Oat-Grass.)
(2818.) D. Californica, Bolander, Proc. Calif. Acad. II., 182. Rather common in tufts at Old Wives Lakes, east end of Red Deer Lakes, and west of Calgary, through the foot-hills of the Rocky Mounta...
-709. Bouteloua, Lagasca. "Grama Grass."
(2824.) B. hirsuta, Lag.; Gray, Man. Ed. V., 621. B.foena, Torr. Apparently rare in the prairie region or more probably overlooked Only noticed south of the Cypress Hills, Alberta. (Macoun.) (28...
-710. Phracmites, Trin. (Reed-Grass.)
(2827.) P. communis, Trim; Hook., Fl. II., 241. Arundo Phragmites, Linn.; Pursh, Fl. I., 86. In ponds and marshes and by lake margins, from the Atlantic westward to the Pacific. At Truro, and Winds...
-714. KoeLeria, Pers. Syn. Pl. L, 97
(2831.) K. Cristata, Pers.; Hook., Fl. II., 249. Very abundant in the whole prairie region, and from the confines of the forest to Vancouver Island, and northward to Athabasca Lake. Sandy ground, L...
-715. Eatonia, Rafin. Journ. Phys. LXXXIX
(2832.) E. obtusata, Gray, Man. Ed. V., 626. Koeleria truncata, Torr., Fl. I., 216. Aira truncata, Muhl. Gram. 83. A. obtusata, Michx., Fl. I., 62. Reboulea gracilis, Kunth; Hook., Fl. II....
-717. Eragrostis, Beauv. Agrost. To
(2835.) E. major Host, Gram. 4, t. 24. E. poseoides, var. megastachya, Gray, Man. Ed. V., 631. Briza Eragrostis, Linn.; Michx., Fl. I., 72; Pursh, Fl. L, 72. Megastachya Eragrostis, Beauv. Agrost....
-718. Melica, Linn. Gen. 82
(2839.) M. acuminata, Bolander, Proced. Calif. Acad. IV., 104. Festuca subulata, Bong. Veg. Sitch. 173; Hook, Ft II., 251. Bromus subulatus, Griseb; Gray, Proced. Am. Acad. VIII., 410. Not uncom...
-720. Distichlis, Rafin. (Spike-Grass.)
(2844.) D. maritima, Raf. Journ. Phys. LXXXIX., 104. Brizopyrum spicatum, Hook. & Arn.; Hook., Fl. II., 254, in part; Gray Man. Ed. V., 628. B. boreale, Presl, Rel. Haenk. I., 280. B. Americanum...
-723. Poa, Linn. Gen. 83. (Meadow Grass.)
(2847.) P. abbreviate, E. Br.; Hook., Fl. II., 247. Melville Islands, and Igloolik; Kotzebue Sound. (Hooker, Fl.) Port Bowen, Labrador, 1825. (Lieut. Boss.) Digge's Island, Hudson Strait. (B. Bell....
-723. Poa, Linn. Gen. 83. (Meadow Grass.). Continued
(2858.) P. debilis, Torr. Bot. N. York, II., 459. Not uncommon in woods eastward. Rocky woods at Pirate's Cove, Canso, N.S. (Macoun & Burgess.) Petitcodiac, N.B. (Fowler, Cat.) Island of Orleans...
-728. Glyceria, R. Br
(2884.) G. angustata, Fries. Mant. III., 176. Poa angustata, R. Br.; Hook., Fl. II., 247. Atropis angustata, Ledeb. Fl. Ross. IV., 390. Kotzebue Sound. (Rothr. Alask.) Arctic sea-coast and adjac...
-729. Festuca, Linn. (Fescue-Grass.)
(2899.) F. duriuscula, Linn.; Pursh, Fl. I., 83. F. ovina, Linn., var. duruiscula, Gray, Man. Ed. V., 633. We place under this species all coast forms without running rootstocks, and with F. rubra ...
-730. Bromus, Linn. Gen. 89. (Brome-Grass)
(2911.) B. Aleutensis, Trim; Vasey, Cat. Grasses U.S. 92, (1885.) Alaska. (Vasey.) Ouualashka. (Rothr. Alask.) (2912.) B. breviaristatus, Buckl., Proced. Philad. Acad. 98, (1862.) Ceratochloa brevi...
-731. Lolium, Linn. Gen. 95. (Darnel.)
(2927.) L. perenne, Linn. (Rye Grass.) Introduced and cultivated in some localities near Pictou, N. S. (McKay.) Near railway depot, Carleton, N.B. (Fowler, Cat.) Jacques Cartier River, Q. (St. Cyr....
-732. Agropyrum, J. CaeRtn. (Wheat-Grass)
(2929.) A. caninum, Reich. Icon. Fl. Germ. 119. Triticum caninum, Schreb.; Hook., Fl. II., 254; Macoun, Cat. No. 2220. Bather rare on gravel banks eastward; abundant in the northern prairie region....
-735. Hordeum, Linn. (Barley)
(2938.) H. jubatum, Linn.; Pursh, Fl. I., 89. (Wild Barley.) On the sea-coast, and on saline soil in the prairie region. Bedford, N.S. (Sommers, Oat.) Salt marshes at Truro, Annapolis, and Yarmouth...
-736. Elymus, Linn. (Rye-Grass.)
(2943.) E. arenarius, Linn.; Hook.,'Fl. IT., 255. Common on sand beaches along the coasts of Vancouver Island, both on the east and west sides of the island. (Macoun.) Queen Charlotte Islands, B.C....
-737. Asprella, Willd. (Bottle-Brush Grass.)
(2954.) A. hystrix, Willd.; Hook., Fl. II., 257. Elymus hystrix, Linn.; Torr., Fl. I., 138. Gymnosiichum hystrix, Schreb.; Macoun, Cat. No. 2231. On rocky soil in woods, not common. Eel River, C...
-Preface. Part V
In the Preface to Part IV. it was stated that Part V. would include the ferns and their allies and also the Musci and Hepaticae. The addendum to the Parts already published had grown so large, however...
-CXIX. Equisetaceae. Horse-Tail Family. 737. Equisetum, Linn. (Scouring Rush.)
(2956.) E. Telmateia, Ehrh. Great Horsetail. E. fluviatile, Linn. Hook. Fl. II., 269. Along the shores of the Gulf of Georgia on both sides and common in many places on Vancouver Island, especia...
-CXX Ophioglossaceae. Adder-Tongue Family. 738. Ophioclossum, Linn., Gen. Pi., No. 1171. (Adder-Tongue.)
(2969.) O. VUlgatum, Linn., Sp.Pl, 1518. Michx., Fl. Bor. - Am., II., 275. Pursh, Fl. Am. Sept., II., 675. Lawson, Can. Nat., i., 293. Goode, Can. Nat., ix., 301. Macoun & Burgess, Trans. Roy, Soc....
-739. Botrychium, Swartz, Schrad. Journ. Bot., (1800,) II., Mo. (Grape-Fern.)
(2970.) B. Lunaria, Swartz, Schrad. Journ. Bot., ii., 110. Hook., Fl. Bor. - Am., II., 265. Lawson, Can. Nat., i., 293. Watt, Can. Nat., iv., 364. Macoun & Burgess, Trans. Roy. Soc. Can., ii., sect...
-CXXI. Filices. Fern Family. 740. Polypodium, Linn., Cen. Pi. No. 1179. (Polypody.)
(2976.) P. vulgare, Linn., Sp. Pl., 1544. Michx., Fl. Bor. - Am., ii., 271. Pursh, Fl. An. Sept., ii., 658. Lawson, Can. Nat., i., 268. Watt, Can. Nat., iv., 363. Macoun & Burgess, Trans. Boy. Soc. Ca...
-742. Cheilanthes, Swartz, Syn. Fil., 126. (Lip-Fern.)
(2980.) C. gracillima, D. C. Eaton, Bot. Mex. Bound., 234. Hook. & Baker, Syn. Fil., 139. Macoun & Burgess, Trans. Roy. Soc. Can., ii., Sect, iv., 182. C. vestita, Brackenridge, Fil. of U. S. Ex...
-743. Pellaea, Link, Fil. Hort. Berol., 59. (Cliff-Brake.)
(2982.) P. gracilis, Hook., Sp. Fil., ii., 138. Hook. & Baker, Syn. Fil., 145. Watt, Can. Nat., iv., 363. Macoun & Burgess, Trans. Roy. Soc. Can., ii., Sect, iv., 183. Pteris gracilis, Michx., F...
-744. Cryptocramme, R. Br., App. Frank. Narr. (Rock-Brake.)
(2985.) C. acrostichoides, E. Br., appendix to Franklin's First Journey, 767. Hook., Fl. Bor. - Am., ii., 264. Lawson, Can. Nat., i., 273. Watt, Can. Nat., iv., 363. Macoun & Burgess, Trans. Roy. S...
-745. Pteris, Linn., Gen. Pi., No. 1174., (Brake Or Bracken.)
(2986.) P. aquilina, Linn., Sp. PL, 1533. Michx., Fl. Bor. - Am., ii., 262. Hook., Fl. Bor. - Am., ii., 263. Provancher, Fl. Can., 715. Lawson, Can. Nat, i., 270. Watt, Can. Nat., iv., 363. Macoun ...
-746. Adiantum, Linn., Cen. Pl, No. 1180. (Maidenhair.)
(2987.) A. pedatum, Linn., Sp. Pl, 1557. Swartz, Syn. Fil., 121. Michx., Fl. Bor. - Am., ii., 263. Pursh, Fl. Am. Sept., ii., 670. Hook., Fl. Bor. - Am., ii., 264. Provancher, Fl. Can., 714. Lawson, C...
-747. Lomaria, Willd. (Deer-Fern.)
(2988.) L. spicant, Desv., Mag. d. Gesellsch. Naturforsch. Freunde zu Berlin, v., 325. Hook. & Baker, Syn. Fil., 178. Macoun & Burgess, Trans. Roy. Soc. Can., ii., sect, iv., 188. Burgess, Trans-Eo...
-748. Woodwardia, Smith, Acta. Taur., V., 411. (Chain-Fern.)
(2989.) W. Virginica, Smith, Mem. Acad. Turin, v., 412. Swartz, Syn. Fil., 117. Pursh, Fl. Am. Sept., ii., 670. Lawson, Can. Nat., i., 278. Macoun & Burgess, Trans. Roy. Soc. Can., ii., sect. iv., ...
-749. Asplenium, Linn., Gen. Pi., No. 1178
(SPLEENWORT.) (2990.) A. viride, Hudson, Fl. Anglica, ed.i., 385. Swartz, Syn. Fil., 80. Hook., Fl. Bor. - Am., ii., 262. Lawson, Can. Nat., i., 275. Goode, Can. Nat., ix. 300. Macoun & Burgess,...
-750. Scolopendrium, Smith, Acta. Taur., V. 410 (Hart's-Tongue.)
(2996.) S. vulgare, Smith, Mem. Acad. Turin, v., 421. Hook. & Baker, Syn. Fil., 246. Lawson, Can. Nat., i., 278. Macoun & Burgess, Trans. Roy. Soc. Can., ii., sect, iv., 195. Burgess, Trans. Roy. S...
-751. Camptosorus, Link, Sp. Fil. Berol., 83
(WALKING-LEAF.) (299V.) C. rhizophyllus, Link, Hort. Berol., ii., 69. Lawson, Can. Nat., i., 279. Macoun & Burgess, Trans. Roy. Soc. Can., ii., sect, iv., 196. Asplenium rhizophyllum, Linn., Sp....
-752. Phegopteris, Fee, Cen. Fn., 242
(BEECH-FERN.) (2998.) P. poly pod ioides, Fée, Gen. Fil., 243. Macoun & Burgess, Trans. Roy. Soc. Can., ii., sect, iv., 197. Polypodtum Phegopteris, Linn., Sp. Pl, 1550. Swartz, Syn. Fil., 40...
-753. Aspidium, Swartz, Schrad. Journ., I. And II., St. 4 And 29. (Shield-Fern.)
(3002.) A. Noveboracense, Swartz, Syn. Fil., 55. Pursh,Fl. Am. Sept., ii., 661. Macoun & Burgess, Trans. Roy. Soc. Can., ii., sect, iv., 200. Dryopteris Noveboracensis, Gr., Man., ed. i., 630. ...
-753. Aspidium, Swartz. Shield-Fern. Part 2
& Baker, Syn. Fil., 272 (exclusive of vara, and .) Lastrea Filix-mas, Presl, Tent. Pterid., 76. Lawson, Can. Nat. i., 282; Fern Fl. Can., 241. Occurs in rocky woods and on open, roc...
-753. Aspidium, Swartz. Shield-Fern. Part 3
(3013.) A. Lonchitis, Swartz, Schrad. Journ., if., 30; Syn. Fil. 43. Hook., PL Bor. - Am., ii., 261. Hook. & Baker, Syn. Fil, 250. Macoun & Burgess, Trans. Roy. Soc. Can., ii., sect. iv., 209. Burg...
-754. Cystopteris, Bernh., Schrad. Neu. Journ. Bot., I., Part II., 526. (Bladder-Fern.)
(3017.) C. fragilis, Bernh., I.c., part i., 21. Hook., Fl. Bor. - Am., ii., 260. Lawson, Can. Nat., i., 286. Provancher, Fl. Can., 719. Goode, Can. Nat., ix., 298. Macoun & Burgess, Trans. Boy. Soc...
-755. Onoclea, Linn., Gen. Pl, No. 1170. (Onoclea.)
(3020.) O. sensibilis, Linn., Sp. PL, 1517. Michx., Fl. Bor. - Am., ii., 272. Swartz, Syn. Fil., 110. Pursh, Fl. Am., Septr, ii., 665. Hook., fl. Bor. - Am., ii., 262. Provancher, Fl. Can., 717. Lawso...
-756. Woodsia, R. Br., Trans. Linn. Soc. Lond., XI., I70. (Woodsia.)
(3022.) W. glabella, R Br., App. Frankl. Journ. 754. Hook., Fl. Bor. - Am., ii., 259. Lawson, Can. Nat., i., 289. Watt, Can. Nat, iv., 363. Goode, Can. Nat., ix., 298. Macoun & Burgess, Trans. Boy....
-757. Dicksonia, L'Her., Sert. Ang., 30. (Dicksonia.)
(3028.) D. pilosiuscula, Willd., Enum. Pl. Hort. Berol., 1016. Pursh, Fl. Am. Sept., ii., 671. Hook., Fl. Bor. - Am., ii., 264. Macoun & Burgess, Trans. Roy. Soc. Can., ii., sect, iv., 222. Aspi...
-759. Osmunda, Linn., Cen. Pl, No. 1172. (Flowering-Fepn.)
(3030.) O. regalis, Linn., Sp. PL, 1521. Swartz, Syn. Fil., 160. Michx., Fl. Bor. - Am., ii., 273. Hook. & Baker, Syn. Fil., 427. Provancher, Fl. Can., 721. Watt, Can. Nat., iv., 364. Macoun & Burg...
-CXXI. Lycopodiaceae. Club-Moss Family. 760. Lycopodium, Linn
(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.) ...
-CXXII. Selaginellaceae. 761. Selacinella (Beauv.)
(3042.) S. spinosa, Beauv.; Gray, Man., ed. VI., 698. S. selagmoides, Link.; Gray, Man., ed. V., 675. Lycopodium selaginoides, Linn.; Hook. Fl. II., 267. Pursh Fl. II., 654. In wet grassy pla...
-762. - Isoetes, Linn. (Quillwort.)
(3045.) I. lacustris, Linn.; Hook. Fl. II., 268. Saskatchewan. (Drummond.) St. Francis Lakes, Q. (Pringle.) River St. Marie at the head of the Canal. 18G9. (Macoun.) (304G.) I. echinospora, Duri...
-3. Thalictrum
(3056.) T - minus, Linn. Var. Kemense, Trelease, Proced. Bos. Soc. Nat. Hist., XXIII., 300. Alaska. (Trelease.) (22.) T. polygamum, Muhl.; Gray, Man. ed. VI., 39. (1890.) T. Cornuti, Macoun, Cat...
-5. Ranunculus
(3058.) R. circinatus, Sibth.; Cray, Man., ed. VI., 40 (1890.) References under R. aquatilis, Linn., var. stagnatilis, Part I., 16, belong here. In ponds at Agassiz, and on the Reservation at Kam-l...
-29. Nymphaea
(3066.) N. tetragona, Georgi, Reiseim. Russ. Reichs, I., 220. (1775.) Castalia tetragona, Lawson, Trans. Roy. Soc. Can., VI., sec. iv., 112. C. pygmsea, Salisb. Parad. Lond. t, 68. Nymphse...
-40. Nasturtium
(115.) N. palustre, DC. Var. Our specimens placed here agree exactly with SuksdorfFs plant collected May 4th, 1885, and distributed with the above name. The long pods, over half an inch long, with ...
-42. Cardamine
(3069.) C. Lyallii, Wat, Proc. Am. Acad., XIV., 466. C. cordifolia, Wat., Bot. King. Exp., 19, in part; Gray, Proc. Amer. Acad., VIII., 376; Torr. Bot. Wilkes, 299. Glabrous; stem erect from a ...
-43. Arabis
(3072.) A. humifusa, (J. Vahl.) Watson. Apetraea, Lam.; Macoun, Cat., I., 42, in part. Greenland and Arctic Islands. The Lake Superior reference in Part I., goes to A. lyrata, and the Rocky Moun...
-46. Sisymbrium
(157.) S. humile, C. A.Meyer; Gray, Man., ed. VI., 71. (1890.) Aralris petraea, Macoun, Cat, I., 42, & III., 486. Since Parts I. & III. of my catalogue were published, Dr. Watson has carefully look...
-54. Lesquerella, Watson, Proced. Amer
Acad., XV., 249. (187.) L. Ludoviciana, Watson, Proced. Amer. Acad., XV., 252. Vesicaria Ludoviciana, DC.; Macoun, Cat., I., 54, in part. All the prairie references in Part I., belong here. T...
-75. Viola
(228.) V. primulaefolia, Linn, var. occidentalis, Gray, Bot. Gaz. XL, 255. V. Nuttallii, var. linguaefolia, Macoun, Cat., III., 493. A form with ovate or spatulate-oblong leaves all tapering at bas...
-81. Buda, Adns. (Spergtdaria.)
(319.) B. marina, Dumort; Gray, Man., ed. VI., 89. (1890.) Tissa marina, Britton, Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, XVI., 126. Spergularia media, Macoun, Cat. I., 85. Owing to our imperfect knowledge of th...
-92. Claytonia
(3086.) C. parviflora, Dougl.; Hook. Fl. I., 225. C.perfoliata var. parviflora, Torr.; Macoun, Cat., I., 83. Distinguished from C. perfoliata by its spatulate to filiform-linear radical leaves, ...
-97. Hypericum
(343.) H. Ascyron, Linn.; Coulter, Bot. Gaz. XI., 83. References under H. pyramidatnm, Ait., Part I, 84, belong here. (347.) H. maculatum, Walter; Coulter, Bot. Gaz., XL, 107. References under H...
-129. Lupinus
(3095.) L. arid us, Dougl., Hook. Fl. I., 165. Grassy slopes of Za-kwas-ki Mountain, head of Nicoamen River, B.C. Alt. 6,500 feet, Aug. 1889. (Dawson.) (3096.) L. microcarpus, Sims.; Torr. & Gr....
-148. Lathyrus
(3102.) L. Nuttallii, Watson, Proced. Amer. Acad., XII., 450. L. venosus, Macoun, Cat. I, 121, in part. Stout and tall, more or less pubescent throughout, with loose woolly hairs; stipules, semi...
-172. Rosa
(3103.) R. Engelmanni, Watson; Gray, Man. ed. VI., 162. (1890.) Whiskey Island, Lake Huron, shores of Lake Superior, and west to the Bed River Valley. (Watson.) The specimens from Whiskey Island...
-174. Crataecus
(678.) C. coccinea, Linn.; Macoun, Cat. I., 147. Since the publication of Part I. this species has been greatly extended, and now includes much of 0. tomentosa, Gray, Man., ed. V., 160. Var. mac...
-176. Saxifraca
(3105.) S. occidentalis, Watson, Proced. Amer. Acad., XV., 264. Resembling S. Virginiensis; leaves often more or less densely rufous tomentose beneath; infloresence open, glabrous or somewhat glan...
-578. Callitriche
(3110.) C. Bolanderi, Hegelm; Bot. Calif., II., 77. Abundant in muddy pools at Alberni, and along Somas River, on the west coast of Vancouver Island, 1887; also at Hastings, Port Moody, and Agassiz...
-213. Sanicula
(836.) S. Marylandica, Linn.; C.&R. Rev. ofN. Amer., Umbell, 102. Coulter and Rose give the range of this species only westward to the Rocky Mountains. In Canada it ranges quite across the continen...
-231. Selinum
(867.) S. Paciflcum, Watson, Proced. Amer. Acad., XI., 140. Specimens referred here doubtfully, because they were too young, were collected at China or Atlat Creek, and other points along Alberni C...
-235. Peucedanum
(878.) P. ambiguum, Nutt.; Torr. & Gray, Fl. I, 626. Ou dry hills at Lytton, Yale, Stump Lake, Kamloops and Sicamous, B.C., 1889. (Macoun.) (3125.) P. eurycarpum, C. & E., Rev. of N. Amer. Umbel...
-242. Cornus
(3128.) C. Baileyi, Coulter & Evans, Bot. Gaz., XV., 37. C stolonifera, Macoun, Cat. I., 190, in part. Erect shrub, with reddish-brown, mostly smooth branches; branch-lets and inflorescence pubesc...
-276. Aster
(1022.) A. radulinus, Gray; Macoun, Cat. II., 220. On the summit of Mount Finlayson, and at Home Lake, Vancouver Island, 1887. (Macoun.) The specimens referred to this species in Part II., 220, bel...
-332. Hieracium
(2188.) H. aurantiacum, Linn.; Macoun, Cat. III., 551. Hamilton Road, east of London, Ont. (J. Dearness.) (1284.) H. Pilosella, Linn., var. Peleterianum, Mer. Very common along roadsides, cov...
-346. Campanula
(3148.) C. aurita, Greene, Pittoniana, I., Part V., 221, 1888. Root perennial; stems several, a span high, erect, slender, leafy, one-flowered; the whole plant pale and minutely scabrous; leaves a...
-394. Centiana
(1488.) C. glauca, Pall.; Macoun, Cat., II., 323. Quite common on the summit of the Gold Range, north of Griffin Lake, B.C., altitude 7000 feet, 1889. (Macoun.) (1492.) G. sceptrum, Griseb.; Mac...
-403. Collomia
(3157.) C. grandiflora, Dougl.; Gray, Synop. Fl. I., 135. On grassy banks at Port Moody, B.C., 1885. (A. J. Hill.) Abundant in cultivated fields at Cedar Hill, near Victoria, Vancouver Island, 1887...
-404. Cilia
(1523.) C. linifolia, var. pharnaceoides, Gray; Macoun, Cat. II., 329. Twenty miles up the North Thompson. (J. M. Macoun.) On hard baked earth, where water had stood in spring, in low spots, on the...
-786. Krynitzksa, Fisch. & Meyer
(1559.) K. plebeia, Gray, Proced. Amer. Acad., XX., 266. Eritrichium plebeium, A. DC.; Macoun, Cat. II., 337. (1560.) K. Californica, Gray, Proced. Amer. Acad., XX., 266. Eritrichium Califomicum...
-440. Scrophularia
(1636.) S. nodosa, Linn., var. Marilandica, Gray, Man., ed. VI., 380; Macoun, Cat. II., 354, in part. In the edition of the manual just cited, only one form of this species is described. As we have...
-518. Polygonum
(1871.) P. minimum, Watson; Macoun, Cat., III, 408. Quite common on gravel and sand at the outlet of Griffin Lake, B.C., and in the bed of the mountain torrent flowing into the lake at the same pla...
-554. Quercu8
(1992.) Q. Garryana, Douglas; Macoun, Cat. III., 440. Since the publication of Part III., the question has been raised whether E. Brown's Q. Jacobi is a good species or not. In August, 1887, I coll...
-557. Salix
(2007.) S. Brownii, Bebb.; Bot. Gaz., XIV., 444. S. arctica, R. Brown, Bot. Ross. Voy., ed. II., 194; Hook., Fl. II., 152; Macoun, Cat. III., 444, in part. Omit synonym S. cordifolia, Hook. The...
-566. Picea
(2082.) P. nigra, Link.; Macoun, Cat. III., 468. Since the publication of Part III., we have made extensive collections in Prince Edward Island, and having observed the so-called species, P. nigra ...
-637. Juncus
(2358.) J. effusus, Linn., vav. brunneus, Engelm.; Macoun, Cat. IV., 55. Abundant, growing in tufts at Hastings and Port Moody, B.C., 1889. (Macoun.) (2359.) J. filiformis, Linn.; Macoun, Cat, I...
-640. Sparcanium
(2401.) S. Simplex, Huds.; Macoun, Cat., IV., 70. In marshes in many parts of Prince Edward Island, 1888; abundant at Agassiz, in the Fraser valley, and at Craigellachie in the Gold Range, B.C. 188...
-656. Potamoceton
(2430.) P. Pennsylvanicus, Cham.; Gray, Man., ed. VI., 559. P. Claytonii, Tuckerman; Macoun, Cat. IV., 82. In the Kaministiquia River near Fort William, Lake Superior. 1889. (Dr. Britton.) Rivie...
-665. Heleocharis
(2467.) H. ovata, R. Br.; Gray, Man., ed. VI., 574. H. obtusa, Schultes; Macoun, Cat. IV., 95. Not uncommon in British Columbia. Agassiz. 1889. (Macoun.) (2468.) H. palustris, Linn., var. Watson...
-672. Carex
(2505.) C. capitata, Linn.; Macoun, Cat. IV., 109. Damp, grassy places, Methy River, Lat. 57, N.W.T. 1888. (J. M. Macoun.) (2507.) C. dioica, Linn. Professor Bailey informs me that the s...
-672. Carex. Part 2
All eastern references to C. arcta, in Part IV., belong here. The western to the next variety. Var. Oregana, Bailey, Mem. Torr. Bot. Club, I., 75. C. arcta, Boott; Macoun, Part IV., 125, in part...
-672. Carex. Part 3
L, 75. C. aurea, Nutt.; Macoun, Cat. IV., 138, in part. Taller than the species (15 to 20 in. high), and strict spikes large and compactly flowered, evenly cylindrical, longer peduncled. Somen...
-672. Carex. Part 4
(2620.) C. Raynoldsii, Dew.; Macoun, Cat. IV., 151. In a mountain valley north-west of Spence's Bridge, B.C. 1889. (J. M. Macoun.) (2627.) C. Salterensis, Bailey, Mem. Torr. Bot, Club, I., 7. ...
-672. Carex. Part 5
C. Novae-Angliae, var. deflexa, Bailey; Macoun, Cat. IV., 160. Rather stiff, 4 to 12 inches high, in dense tufts; most of the culms somewhat exceeding the leaves; staminate spike prominent and ere...
-686. Stipa
(2739.) S. Macounii, Scribner, MS. S. Richardsonii, Macoun, Cat. IV., 190. This is the Stipa Richardsonii of Gray's Manual, but I think not of Link. Your S. Richardsonii, var. major, is, I beli...
-694. Acrostis
(2763.) A. canina, Linn.; Macoun, Cat. IV., 198. Prof. Scribner says of this species: This is A. rubra, Linn. May be called A. rubra, Linn., var. Americana. It is the same as A. rupestris, Cha...
-698. Deyeuxia
(2781.) D. Canadensis, Hook.; Macoun, Cat. IV., 204. Prof. Scribner writes of Nos. 34 & 35 - Perhaps G. Canadensis; No, 34 = 482 E. Palmer (1887) from Utah; and more exactly a grass I have from th...
-723. Poa
(2859.) P. Eatoni, Watson?; Macoun, Cat. IV., 225. On the moimtains at Spence's Bridge, B.C., 1889. This is the same species referred to P. California in Part IV. There is still doubt where this sh...
-729. Festuca
(3207.) F. subuliflora, Scribner MS. F. occidentalis, Macoun, Cat. IV., 235. Prof. Scribner writes of this - This (No. 7) is believed to be F. subulata, Bong, by Prof. Haekel, but it does not a...
-736. Elymus
(3209.) E. nitidus, Vasey, Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, XIII., 120. Culms 2 1/2 to 3 feet high, rather stout and leafy, sterile shoots half as long; leaves erect rigid, scabrous, 6 to 8 inches long, 2 t...
-Preface. Part VI. Muscl
From the spring of 1861 until the present, I have been collecting Canadian Musci, and in that time have traversed the continent many times. From 1861-1868, I collected in the central counties of Ontar...
-Musci. Order I. Sphagnaceae. Peat Mosses, Sphagnum
(1.) S. flmbriatum, Wils., var. tenue, Gravet; Coult. Bot. Gaz. XV. 128. S. fimbriatum, Wils.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 14. Miquelon Island. (Delàmare.) Bogs and swamps, Hampton, Ken...
-Musci. Order I. Sphagnaceae. Peat Mosses, Sphagnum. Continued
(11.) 8. riparium, Aongstr.; Coult. Bot. Gaz., XV., 217. Greenland, New Herrenhut. (Spindler.) Kotzebue Sound, Alaska. (Seeman.) In boggy spots in Roger's Pass, Selkirk Mountains, B. C.; alt. 4,500...
-Order II. Andreaeaceae. Schizocarpous Mosses. 2. Andreaea, Ehrhart
(28.) A. petrophila, Ehrh.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 25; Canadian Musci No. 16. In small, fragile, olive-green tufts on granitic and other metamorphic rocks across the continent. Truro,...
-8. Cymnostomum, Hedw
(43.) C. calcareum, Nees & Hornsch.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 53. G. tortile, Drummond, Muse. Bor -Am. 23. Quite common on moist calcareous rocks at Owen Sound, 1874; also on calcare...
-11. Weisia, Hedw
(50.) W. viridula, Brid.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 55; Canadian Musci No. 515. W. controversa, Drumra. Musc. Bor. - Am. No. 67. Tay, York Co., and Canaan Forks, Queen's Co., N.B. (J....
-12. Dicranoweisia, Lindb
(52.) D. crispula, Lindb.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N.America, 57; Canadian Musci No. 477. Weisia crispula, Hedw.; Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am. No. 69. On rather dry rocks in a ravine, Mount Albert, ...
-15. Cynodontium, Schimp
(57.) C. Schisti, Schimp.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 59. Rocky Mountains. (Drummond, vide Lesq. & James.) Upernivik, Greenland. (Fl. Gr.) (58.) C. gracilescens, Schimp.; Lesq. & James...
-20. Dicranum, Hedw
(81.) D. hyperboreum, (Guun.) Smith; Greenland Flora, 386. Disco, Greenland. (Fl Gr.) (82.) D. fulvellum, Smith; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 68. Greenland. (Fl. Gr.) (83.) D. molle, ...
-20. Dicranum, Hedw. Part 2
(93.) D. subulifolium, Kindb., Bull. Tor. Bot. Club, Vol. XVII, 87. Stems low, 2-3 cm. high, not or sparingly radiculose. Leaves yellowish, patent, scarcely brittle, very narrow and subsetaceous, t...
-20. Dicranum, Hedw. Part 3
On earth and logs in woods. Bass River, Kent Co., N.B. (Prof. Fowler.) The dark colored form at Canaan Forks, N.B. (J. Moser.) A dark colored form (nigrescens, Kindb.) at Rustico Bay, P.E.I.; Pirate's...
-20. Dicranum, Hedw. Part 4
On earth at the mouth of the Illicillewaet Canon, near Revelstoke, B.C., May 18th, 1890. (Macoun.) .) D. fra ifolium, Lindb.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 73; Canadian Musci, No. 41. On ...
-21. Monocranum, C. Muell. (121.) M. Stenodictyon, Kindb
Dicranum stenodictyon, Kindb., Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, Vol. XVI. 92. Plants densely tufted, about 2 cm. high, nearly eradiculose, blackish with straw-yellow tops, in color and habit resembling Hypnu...
-23. Campylopus, Brid. (123.) C. Schimperi, Milde.; Braithw. British Moss-Flora, 129. Greenland. (Fl. Or.). Tribe III. Fissidenteae. 24. Fissidens, Hedw
(124.) F. bryoides, Hedw.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 81; Canadian Musci, No. 49. Dicranum bryoides, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 113. Near Carlton House; and upon the Rocky Mountains....
-Tribe Y. Ceratodonteae. 27. Ceratodon, Brid
(138.) C. purpureus Brid.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 92; Canadian Musci, No. 56. Didymodon purpureum, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am. No. 116. Common almost everywhere in burnt woods. (Drummo...
-29. Distichium, Bruch & Schimp
(142.) D. capillaceum, Bruch & Schimp. . Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 93; Canadian Musci, No. 57. Didymodon capillaceum, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 122. D. capillaceum var. foliis brev...
-Tribe VI. Seligerieae. 30. Seliceria, Bruch & Schimp
(145.) S. Donii, (Sm.) C. Muell.; Braithw. British Moss Flora, 116. Anodvs Donianus, Bruch & Schimp,; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 96. Gymnostomum pusillum, (n. sp.) Drumm. Musc. Bor. - ...
-34. Pottia, Ehrh
(153.) P. cavifolia, Ehrh.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 101. Gmynostomum ovatum, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., Nos. 17 and 18. Mountain prairies and plains of the Saskatchewan (17). Rocky Mo...
-35. Didymodon, Hedw
(160.) D. rubellus, Bruch & Schimp.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 104; Canadian Musci, No. 63. Weissia curvirostra, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 71. Very common in the country extending ...
-36. Leptodontium, Hampe
(165.) L. Canadense, Kindb. (n. sp.) Tufts loosely cohering, nearly without rhizoides, dark green, blackish below. Stem about 1 cm. high, nearly simple. Leaves squarrose, flexuose, undulate and not...
-37. Leptotrichum, Hampe
(166.) L. tortile, Muell.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 105; Canadian Musci, No. 65. Didymodon tortile, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 118. Portage between Fort William and Rainy Lake, wes...
-39. Desmatodon, Brid
(173.) D. latifolius, Brid.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 111; Canadian Musci, No. 69, in part. Dicranum latifolium, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 109. Moist marshy places and banks of ri...
-41. Barbula, Hedw
(a.) Aloina. C. Muell. (Kindb., as genus proper.) (183.) B. rigida, Schultz.; Lesq.& James, Mosses of N.America, 116. On earth at Niagara Falls, 15th June, 1884. (Macoun.) (184.) B. ambigua, Bru...
-41. Barbula, Hedw. Part 2
Nearly allied to the European B. revoluta, Schrad., but clearly distinct in the always shorter, and less obtuse leaves. On dry rocks at the Deer Park, Lower Arrow Lake, Columbia River, B.C., June 1...
-41. Barbula, Hedw. Part 3
(207.) B. brachyphylla, Sulliv. Var. angustifolia, Kindb (n. var.) On calcareous rocks where water drips in spring, Deer Park, Lower. Arrow Lake, Columbia River, B.C., June 8th, 1890. (Macoun.) ...
-41. Barbula, Hedw. Part 4
(218.) B. mucronifolia, Bruch & Schimp.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 131; Canadian Musci, No. 80. On rocks at Truro, N.S. (Fowler's Cat.) On calcareous earth, Jupiter River, Anticosti; cre...
-43. Scouleria, Hook
(232.) S. aquatica, Hook.; Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 63. Grimmia Scouleria, Lesq. & James, Mosses of North America, 137. Scouleria aquatica, var. virescens, Kindb., Bull. Torr. Bot. Club XVI., 9...
-44. Crimmia. Ehrh
(A.) Schistidium. (235.) C. conferta, Funck; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 135; Canadian Musci, No. 84. On rocks along Jupiter River, Anticosti; on rocks, shores of Lake Superior and L...
-44. Crimmia. Ehrh. Part 2
This small moss grows in large, but only 1 cm. high, dry, blackish or when moist, green tufts. On the sloping face of broken rocks at the summit of the mountains back of Sproat, Columbia River, B.C...
-44. Crimmia. Ehrh. Part 3
(258.) C. torquata, Grev.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 140; Canadian Musci. No. 91; Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 58. Near the Height of Land Rocky Mountains. (Drummond.) Abundant on rock...
-45. Racomitrium, Brid
(278.) R. patens, Heuben.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 147; Canadian Musci, No. 96. Trichostomum patens, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 131. Grimmia patens, Mitt. Journ. Linn. Soc. VIII. 20....
-45. Racomitrium, Brid. Part 2
Dioecious; yellowish green, scarcely hoary. Stems slender, elongate, fasciculate-branched. Leaves lanceolate-acuminate, acute with a short or obsolete hair-point. Capsule elliptic-oblong, narrow at mo...
-45. Racomitrium, Brid. Part 3
On rocks and silt, Asulcan Glacier, Selkirk Mountains; on rocks, North Arm, and at Hastings, Burrard Inlet, B.C. (Macoun.) Sitka. (Roth. Alask.) On rocks in Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C. (A. Law.) ...
-46. Hedwicia, Ehrh
(297.) H. ciliata, Ehrh.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 152; Canadian Musci, No. 106. Anictangium ciliatum, Drumm. Musc Bor. - Am., No. 29. Rocks in the country extending from Lake Superi...
-52. Amphoridium, Schimp
(304.) A. Lapponicum, Schimp.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 158; Canadian Musci, No. 110. Gymnostomum Lapponicum, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 28. Didymodon Lapponicus, Mitt. Journ. Linn. S...
-54. Ulota, Mohr
(309.) U. Drummondii, Brid.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 161. Canada. (Drummond.) Miquelon Island. (Delaware.) On trees at New Harbor and Shoal Harbor,Newfoundland. (Rev. A. Waghorne.) ...
-54. Ulota, Mohr. Continued
(319.) U. intermedia, Schimp. Syn. (ed. II.) 305 ? U. crispa var. minor, Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 162. U. crispa, Canadian Musci, No. 113, in part. Orthotrichum crispum, Drumm. Mu...
-55. Orthotrichum, Hedw
(326.) O. anomalum, Hedw.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N America, 164; Canadian Musci No. 118, in part; Mitt. Journ. Linn. Soc. VIII, 24. On rocks at Fredericton, N.B. (Fowler's Cat.') On rocks, McKay...
-55. Orthotrichum, Hedw. Part 2
(343.) O. Ohioense, Sulliv.& Lesq.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 170. O. psilocarpum, Canadian Musci., No. 123, in part. On trees at Bass River, Kent Co., N.B. (Fowler's Cat.) On trees, ...
-55. Orthotrichum, Hedw. Part 3
326. O. anomalum, Hedw. On limestone rocks along the Ottawa at Rockcliffe and Hull, Que.; on perpendicular rock, Foster's Flats, Niagara River, 1901. (Macoun.) On rocks, Skagway, Alaska, in fine ...
-56. Encalypta, Schreb
(362.) E. commutata, Nees & Hornsch.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 180. E. affinis, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 49. Rocks and banks amongst the Rocky Mountains. (Drummond.) (363.) E....
-56. Encalypta, Schreb. Continued
This species, in habit, resembles E. streptocarpa, but the capsule and the peristome are very different, nearly as in the true E. longipes, Mitt., by Lesq. & James considered as E. procera, distinguis...
-X. Tetraphideae. 58. Tetraphis, Hedw
(376.) T. pellucida,Hedw.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 186; Canadian Musci, No. 136; Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 31. About the roots of trees in the country extending from the Atlantic to...
-XII. Splachneae. 60. Dissodon, Crev. & Arn
(379.) D. Frcelichianus, Grev. & Arn.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 190; Canadian Musci, No. 138. Splachnum Frcelichianum, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 44. var. elongata, No. 45. Sum...
-61. Tayloria, Hook
(382.) T. serrata, Bruch & Schimp.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 191; Canadian Musci, No. 140. Centre Hill, New Harbor, Newfoundland. (Rev. A. Waghorne.) Alaska. (Kellogg.) At Goldstream, n...
-62. Tetraplodon, Bruch & Schimp
(386.) T. angustatus, Bruch & Schimp.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 192; Canadian Musci, No. 142. Splachnum augustatum, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 42. Mountain woods; extremely common ...
-63. Splachnum, Linn
(390.) S. Wormskioldii, Hornem.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N, America, 194. Peat bogs of Arctic America. (Lepq. & James.) Smith's Sound, between lat. 78-82. (Dr. Kane.) Jakobshavn, Greenla...
-XIII. Physcomiteieae. 65. Physcomitrium, Brid
(398.) P. immersum, Sulliv.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 196. On inundated alluvial soil (in small tufts) along the outlet of Leamy's Lake near Hull, Que., Oct. 4th, 1889. (Macoun.) (39...
-66. Funaria, Schreb
(403.) F. calcarea, Wahl.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 201. F. Muhlenbergii, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 236. Banks amongst the Rocky Mountains; but rare. (Drummond.) (404.) F. hygr...
-XIV. Baeteamieae. 67. Bartramia, Hedw
(405.) B. Menziesii, Turn.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 204. Philonotis leiophylla, Kindb. MS.; Canadian Musci, No. 151. On rocks at Agassiz, B.C.; very abundant on rocks in the oak woo...
-69. Philonotis, Brid
(415.) P. marchica, Brid. P. Macounii, Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 208; Canadian Musci,. No. 152. Wet springy places, Oak Hills, Hastings Co., and in a ditch at Murray Town Hall, Northu...
-72. Meesia, Hedw
(420.) M. uliginosa, Hedw.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 212; Canadian Musci, No. 156. Bryum trichodes var. longiseta, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 247. In swamps in the country extendin...
-75. Leptobryum, Schimp
(427.) L. pyriforme, Schimp.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 215; Canadian Musci, No. 159. Bryum pyriforme, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 271. In burnt woods; frequent. (Drummond.) Pictou C...
-77. Bryum, Dill
(454.) B. arcticum, Bruch & Schimp.; Lesq. & Jaines, Mosses of N. America, 224. On the summit of Mount Albert, Gaspé Co., Que.; House Mountain south of Lesser Slave Lake, N.W.T. (Macoun.) Melville ...
-77. Bryum, Dill. Part 2
Nearly allied to Bryum Warneum, agreeing in the peculiar peristome and the very large spores, about 0.05 mm.,etc, but differing principally in the leaves being longer acuminate, entire, revolute at th...
-77. Bryum, Dill. Part 3
(478.) B. microstegium, Bryol. Europ.; Fl. Greenland, 368. Godhavn and Holstenberg, Greenland. (Fl. Gr.) (479.) B. leucolomatum, C. M. & Kindb. (n. sp.); Canadian Musci, No. 543. Nearly allied t...
-77. Bryum, Dill. Part 4
Allied to Bryum Muehlenbeckii, but differing principally in the color of the plant, the leaves thinner, broader and shorter, at the apex patent or sometimes reflexed, not cucullate. On dripping roc...
-77. Bryum, Dill. Part 5
This species has the habit of Bryum Warneum, also in the shape of the capsule, but it is a true Eubryum with appendiculate cilia. On earth, near London, Ont. 1889. (J. Dearness.) (501.) B. oligo...
-77. Bryum, Dill. Part 6
Var. lato-decurrens, C. M. & Kindb. (n. var.) Bryum lato-decurrens, Canadian Musci, No. 487. Differs in the leaves, also in the upper, being looser disposed, longer-decurrent, the uppermost distinc...
-77. Bryum, Dill. Part 7
(521.) B. Simplex, Kindb. (n. sp.) Allied to Bryum roseum; differs in the shoots being short, about 2 cm., clavate, the comal leaves smaller, suboval, not cuneate at the base, fainter denticulate, ...
-77. Bryum, Dill. Part 8
Subsp. erythroloma, Kindb., Bryol. N. Am. & Eur. 358. Leaves purplish red, acute, nearly entire, limb rose-red. On rocks by the sea, at Esquimalt, near Victoria, Vancouver Island, May 13th, 1893. (...
-77. Bryum, Dill. Part 9
On rocks, at Chelsea, Que., Sept. 9th, 1889. (Macoun.) 1079. B. gemmascens, Kindb., Bryol. N. Am. & Eur. 360. Leaves small, twisted, entire, not recurved; lower and middle distant, short-decurre...
-79. Mnium, Linn
(528.) M. cuspidatum, Hedw.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 242; Canadian Musci, No. 189. Bryum cuspidatum, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 258. Shady woods; at the roots of trees. (Drummond....
-79. Mnium, Linn. Continued
(537.) M. hornum, Linn.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of 1ST. America, 245; Canadian Musci, No. 195. Nova Scotia. (N. B. James.) In dense patches in shady woods at Truro, N.S. (Fowler's Cat.) Pictou Co., ...
-Sub-Teibe I. Aulacomnieae. 81. Aulacomnium, Schwaegr
(556.) A. androgynum, Schwaegr; Lesq. & James, Mosses of Sf. America, 252; Canadian Musci, No. 207. On earth at the bases of trees in woods, Pirate's Cove, Straits of Canso, N.S.; on old logs at Ha...
-Sub-Tribe II. Timmieae. 82. Timmia, Hedw
(560.) T. megapolitana, Hedw.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 254; Canadian Musci, No. 212; Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., 273. Moist shady rocks; common. (Drummond.) At the bases of trees in swamp...
-Family XVII. Polytricheae. 83. Atrichum, Beauv
(563.) A. undulatum, Beauv.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 256; Canadian Musci, No. 214. On banks, at the Height of Land, Rocky Mountains; but rare. (Drummond.) New Harbor. Bay Bull Arm, C...
-84. Oligotrichum, Dc
(571.) O. aligerum, Mitt.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 258; Canadian Musci, No. 218. Grand Cote, Rocky Mountains. (Drummond.) On clay banks by roadsides at Hastings, B.C.; also on wet clay...
-86. Pogonatum, Beauv
(575.) P. brevicaule, Beauv.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 260. P. capillare, Canadian Musci, No. 377. Pictou Co., N.S. (McKay.) On clayey soil, Bass River and Carle-ton, N.B. (Fowler's ...
-87. Folytrichum, Linn
(585.) P. sexangulare, Floerke; Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, XVI., 96; Canadian Musci, No. 428. On the summit of Copper Mountain, south of the Bow River at Castle Mountain, Rocky Mountains; on Mount Cheo...
-Series II. Pleueocarpi. Family XIX. Fontinaleae. 90. Fontinalis, Dill
(598.) F. antjpyretica, Linn.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 268; Canadian Musci, No. 227; Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am, No. 232. Mountain rivulets. (Drummond.) Pictou Co., and north-east of Cobeq...
-91. Dichelyma, Myrin
(606.) D. obtusulum, Kindb. (n. sp.) D. Novà-Brunsviciae, Canadian Musci, No. 534. Tufts dusky-green or olivaceous. Stems flaccid, subpinnate; branches short. Leaves falcate, from the broader su...
-94. Neckera, Hedw
(614.) N. Menziesii, Drumm.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 282; Canadian Musci, No. 238; Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 162. On rocks amongst the Rocky Mountains, but without fruit. (Drum-mond...
-95. Homalia, Brid
(619.) H. Macounii, C. M. & Kindb. (n. sp.) H. trichomanoides, Lesq. James, Mosses of N. America, 285; Canadian Musci, No. 242. H. obtusata, Mitt.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 285; Cana...
-98. Pterigynandrum, Hedw
(623.) P. filiforme, Hedw.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 289; Canadian Musci, No. 244. Pterogonium filiforme, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 77. Rocks on the Portage River, Rocky Mountains...
-100. Antitrichia, Brid
(626.) A. curtipendula, Brid.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 291. Lake Superior. (Agassiz.) Miquelon Island. (Delàmare). Placentia Bay, Newfoundland. (Rev. A. Waghorne.) Greenland. (Fl. Gr.)...
-XXIV. Leskeeae. 103. Thelia, Sulliv
(631.) T. compacta, Kindb., Ott. Nat. Vol. IV. 62. T. hirtella, Canadian Musci, No. 248. Stems closely creeping. Tufts green, very dense and thick. Branches erect, terete, obtuse and unilateral....
-104. Myurella, Bruch & Schimp
(634.) M. julacea, Bruch & Schimp.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 300; Canadian Musci, No. 249. Hypnum moniliforme, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am-, No. 220. Rocks and banks; but rare in fruit. (...
-105. Leskza, Hedw
(637.) L. polycarpa, Ehrh.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 301; Canadian Musci, No. 251. Hypnum medium, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 223. About the roots of trees in swamps. (Drummond.) On...
-106. Lescuraea, Schimp
(644.) L. imperfecta, C. M. & Kindb. (n. sp.); Canadian Musci, No. 489. Tufts loose, green, not shining. Stem pinnate, radicant; paraphyllia few. Stem-leaves smooth, decurrent, often bistriate, fro...
-107. Anomodon, Hook. & Tayl
(645.) A. rostratus, Schimp.; Lesq, & James, Mosses of N. America, 305; Canadian Musci, No. 254. Hypnum rostratum, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am. No. 228. About Beaver Lake, Upper Canada, etc. (Drummon...
-108. Platycyrium, Bruch & Schimp
(651.) P. repens, Bruch & Schimp.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 307. P. repens var. orthocladon, Kindb.; Canadian Musci, No. 259, in part. Neckera sericea, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 159....
-110. Homalothecium, Bruch & Schimp
(660.) H. pseudo-sericeum, Lesq. &, James, Mosses of N. America, 310; Canadian Musci, No. 435. Abundant on rocks at Yale, B.C. (Macoun.) (661.) H. corticola, Kindb. Bull. Tort. Bot. Club, XVII.,...
-III. Entodon, C. Mueller
(664.) E. acicularis, C. M. & Kindb. (n. sp.) Tufts compact, brown-yellow or variegate with green. Stem much divided, very radiculose; branches very short and turgid, not attenuate. Leaves imbricat...
-112. Climacium, Web. & Mohr
(672.) C. dendroides, Web. & Mohr; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 314; Canadian Musci, No. 264; Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 230. About Beaver Lake and the Columbia River. (Drummond.) White B...
-113. Orthothecium, Bruchi& Schimp
(675.) O. rufescens, Bruch & Schimp.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 315. Wet rocks, Davis Strait. (Taylor fide Lesq. & James.) (676.) O. rubellum, (Mitt.) Kindb.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of...
-XXV. Hypneae. 114. Pseudoleskea, Bruch & Schimp
(679.) P. atrovirens, Dicks.; Lesq.& James, Mosses of N. America, 319; Canadian Musci, No. 437. Cape Chudleigh, Hudson Strait. (R. Bell.) On rocks at Niagara Falls and Lake Superior; on damp rocks ...
-115. Heterocladium,Ibruch & Schimp
(687.) H. dimorphum, Brid.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 321. Nova Scotia. (James.) On rocks, Canaan Forks, Queen's Co., and at Tay, York Co., N.B. (J. Moser.) Greenland. (Fl. Gr.) (688....
-116. Thuidium, Schimp
(693.) T. minutulum, Bruch & Schimp., Bryol. Europ.; Canadian Musci, No. 268, in part. Hypnum minutulum, Hedw.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 322. Bass River, N.B. (Fowler's Cat.) On old ...
-117. Tripterocladium, (C. Mueller.)
(704.) T. rupestre, Kindb. Platygyrium (?) rupestre, Kindb. Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, XVII., 276; Canadian Musci, No. 469. Plants intricate, caespitose, pale brownish-green, not glossy. Stems irreg...
-118. Camptothecium, Schimp
(705.) C. lutescens, Bruch & Schimp., Bryol. Europ. Hypnum (Camptothecium) lutescens, Hedw.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 331. About the roots of trees. (Drummond.) Alaska. (Kellogg.) Va...
-119. Brachythecium, Schimp
(714.) B. laetum, (Brid.) Hypnum (Brachythecium) Iaetum, Brid.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N America, 335; Canadian Musci, No. 281. Hypnum salebromm, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 175, in part. ...
-119. Brachythecium, Schimp. Part 2
* B. mammilligerum, Kindb. (n. subsp.) Monoecious. Tufts very dense and radiculose. Stem subpinnate. Leaves very patent in a dry state, striate, long, narrowly ovate-lanceolate, often filiform-poin...
-119. Brachythecium, Schimp. Part 3
Differs from B. Rutabulum principally in the long-decurrent auricled leaves and the dioecious inflorescence; from B. rivulare in the peristome, etc. On stones by brooks in woods west of Ottawa, Ont...
-119. Brachythecium, Schimp. Part 4
On the bases of trees, North Arm, Burrard Inlet, B.C., April 29th, 1889; also at Sicamous, B.C. (Macoun.) (740.) B. leucoglaucum, C. M. & Kindb. (n. sp.); Canadian Musci, No. 591. Tufts loose wi...
-120. Scleropodium, Schimp
(754.) S. caespitosum, Bruch & Schimp. Bryol. Europ. Hypnum caespitosum, Wils.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 346; Canadian Musci, No. 290. Alaska, (Kellogg.) On rocks, Mount Tolmie and M...
-121. Isothecium, Brid
(758.) I. myosuroides, Brid. Bryol. Univ. II,, 369. Hypnum myosuroides, Linn.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 347; Canadian Musci, No. 291, in part. On stumps and old logs, Melaspina Inlet...
-122. Eurhynchium, Schimp
(768.) E. strigosum, (Hoffm.) Bruch. & Schimp. Bryol. Burop. Hypnum strigomm, Hoffm.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 351; Canadian Musci, No. 295; Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 183. Hypnum ...
-122. Eurhynchium, Schimp. Continued
(781.) E. crassinerve, (Tayl.) Schimp. var. laxorete, Kindb. n. var. (n. sp. ?) Differs in the leaves being nearly entire or faintly denticulate above, shorter-acuminate, and the cells larger. Onl...
-125. Thamnium, Schimp
(793.) T. Alleghaniense, (C. Muell.) Bruch & Sehimp. Hypnum Alleghaniense, C. Muell.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 362; Canadian Musci, No. 302. In crevices of thick-bedded limestone roc...
-127. Amblystegium, Schimp
(815.) A. minutissimum, (Sulliv. & Lesq.) Hypnum minutissimum, Sulliv. & Lesq.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 371; Canadian Musci, No. 541. On rocks, North Hastings, Ont.; on earth at the...
-127. Amblystegium, Schimp. Continued
(825.) A. orthocladon, (Beauv.) Lesq. & James. Hypnum orthocladon, Beauv.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 374; Canadian Musci, No. 337, in part. On stones in brooks at Belleville, Ont.; al...
-128. Hypnum, Linn. Subgenus I. Campylium, Linn
(836.) H, hispidulum, Brid.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 378; Canadian Musci, No. 327. Mooyie River, B.C. (Lyall.) Bass River, also Little Branch, Miramichi, N.B. (Fowler's Cat.) On the ba...
-Subgenus. II. Harpidium, Sulliv
(846.) H. Kneiffii, (Bruch & Schimp.) Hypnum aduncum var. Kneiffii, Schimp.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 380; Canadian Musci, No. 333. Hypnum aduncum, Canadian Musci, No. 332. Battle...
-Subgenus III. Cratoneuron, Sulliv
(860.) H. fllicinum, Linn.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of NT. America, 386; Canadian Musci, No. 339. By springs, Tobique River, N.B. (Hay.) New Harbor and White Bay, Newfoundland. (Rev. A. Waghorne.) By...
-Subgenus V. Ctenium, Sulliv
(867.) H. crista-castrensis, Linn.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 389; Canadian Musci, No. 343; Drumm. Musc. Bor.Am., No. 212. In moist shady woods; abundant. (Drummond.) Miquelon Island. (D...
-Subgenus VIII. Heterophyllum, C. Mueller
(893.) H. Haldanianum, Grev.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 397; Canadian Musci, No. 355. H. pulchrum, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 180, in part. Pictou Co., N.S. (McKay.) On old logs; co...
-Subgenus IX. Limnobium, Bruch & Schimp
(898.) H. pa lustre, Huds.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 398; Canadian Musci, No. 356; Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 195. Upon rocks in rivers; common. (Drummond.) On rocks in brooks,. Never...
-Subgenus X. Calliergon, Lesq. & James
(918.) H. cordifolium, Hedw.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 402; Canadian Musci, No. 361. Pictou Co., N.S. (McKay.) Battle Harbor, Labrador; and New Harbor, Newfoundland. (Rev. A. Waghorne.)...
-129. Hylocomium, Schimp
(925.) H. splendens, (Hedw.) Schimp. Hypnum (Pleurozium) splendens, Hedw.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 407; Canadian Musci, No. 367; Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am. No. 218. Shady woods. (Drumm...
-129. Hylocomium, Schimp. Continued
(933.) H. loreum, (Linn.) Schimp. Hypnum (Hylocomium) loreum, Linn.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 410; Canadian Musci, No. 372. Aspey Bay, Cape Breton. (McKay.) Miquelon Island. (Delàmar...
-20. Dicranum, Hedw. (83.) D. Molle, Wils. St. Paul Island, Behring Sea, 1891. (J. M. Macoun.)
(84.) D. Starkii, Web. & Mohr. Chance Cove, Newfoundland; Bolster Rocks, Labrador. (Rev. A. Waghorne.) Mountains east of Adam's Lake, B.C., alt. 5,600 feet. (Dawson.) (86.) D. strictum, Schleich...
-77. Bryum, Dill. (456.) B. HaeMatophyllum, Kindb. On Wet Rocks Along Jupiter River, Anticosti. (Macoun.)
(460.) B. pendulum, Schimp. B. caespiticium, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 265, in part. Battle Harbor and Seal Islands, Labrador. (Rev. A. Waghorne.) On cliffs along the Gaspé coast, Que. (Macou...
-126. Placiothecium, Schimp
(952.) P. decursivifolium, Kindb. (n. sp.) Hypnum latebricola, Canadian Musci, No. 304, in part. Intermediate between P. latebricola and P. pseudo-latebricola. Agrees with the last in the branch...
-Preface. Part VII
When Part VI. of the Catalogue of Canadian plants was pub lished in 1892, there was sufficient material at hand to allow of the inclusion of the Lichens and Liverworts in that number, but there were s...
-Hepaticae. Order I. Ricciaceae. 1. Riccia, Micheli
1. R. arvensis, Aust., Phil. Acad. Sc. XXI. 232. On damp earth which has been covered by spring floods, east side of Leamy'sLake near Hull, Que., Sept., 24th, 1889. (Macoun.) 2. R. lutescens, Sc...
-9. Asterella, Beauv
15. A. Californica, (Hampe) Underw. Fimbriaria Californica, Hampe. On earth at Lytton, B.C., April 16th, 1889; on stones in a brook, Pass Creek, Columbia River, B.C., June 21, 1890. (Macoun.) Na...
-11. Cyathofhora, S. P. Gray
20. C. quadrata, (Scop.) Trevis. Preissia commutata, Nees.; Pearson's List No. 164. Quite common on wet earth at Truro, N.S.; on wet limestone rocks, along the Gaspé coast, Que.; along Gunn Rive...
-12. Marchantia, Linn
21. M. polyinorpha, Linn. Godhavn, Greenland, June 25th, 1886. (Rosenvinge.) Labrador. (Waghorne.) On damp earth, Tobique River, N.B. (Hay.) On damp earth, Missinaibi River, northern Ontario. (Dr. ...
-Order III. Metzgeriacae. 13. Metzgeria, Raddi
22. M. pubescens, (Schrank) Raddi. British Columbia. (Lyall.) Alaska. (Krause.) On boulders at Kicking Horse Lake, Rocky Mountains, B.C.; on rocks in the Coast Range above Yale, B.C., May 17th, 187...
-14. Aneura, Dumort
26. A. latifrons, Lindb. Miquelon Island, Gulf of St. Lawrence. (Delàmare.) On earth, Salt Lake, Anticosti, August 10th, 1883; on dead wood at Baddeck and Margaree, Cape Breton Island, July, 1898; ...
-16. Pellia, Raddi
34. p. epiphylla, (Linn.) Corda. Labrador. Collected by Waghorne. (Underwood.) Miquelon Island, Gulf of St. Lawrence. (Delaware.) West Ledge, Canaan Forks, Queen's Co., N. B. (J. Moser.) Bass River...
-18. Fossombronia, Raddi
38. p. longiseta, Aust. On earth, Mount Erskine, Salt Spring Island, Gulf of Georgia, B.C., May 9th. 1887. (Macoun.) 39. p. pusilla, (Linn.) Dumort. Along the Addington Road near Flinton, Has...
-Order IV. Jungermanniaceae. 19. Gymnomitrium, Corda
43. G. obtusum, (Lindb.) Pearson. Casia obtusa, Lindb.; Pearson's List, No. 132. Near Frederickshaab, Greenland. (r. Vahl.) On rocks, mountains north of Griffin Lake, B.C., August, 1889; on rock...
-20. Marsupella, Dumort
48. M. emarginata, (Ehrh.) Dumort. Miquelon Island, Gulf of St. Lawrence. (Delaware.) Labrador. Collected by Waghorne. (Underwood.) On wet ground in a gully at Canaan Forks, Queen's Co., N.B. (J.Mo...
-21. Nardia, S. P. Gray
52. N. compressa, (Hook.) S. F. Gray. Greenland. (Vahl.) On Atka Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, 29th Aug., 1891. (J. M. Macoun.) 53. N. scalaris, (Schrad.) S. F. Gray. Campo Bello Island, ...
-25. Jungermannia, Linn
60. J. autumnalis, DC. Greenland. (Vahl.) Miquelon Island, Gulf of St. Lawrence. (Delàmare.) On logs, Tobique River, N.B. (Hay.) On old logs at Pictou and Truro, N.S.; on old logs, Margaree, Cape B...
-27. Lofhozia, Dumort
70. L. incisa, (Schrad.) Dumort. Miquelon Island, Gulf of St. Lawrence. (De àmare.) On earth and dead wood, Jupiter River, Anticosti; on old logs at Truro, N.S.; on old logs, Gaspé Coast, Que.; ...
-27. Lofhozia, Dumort. Continued
81. L. bicrenata, (Schmid.) Steph. On earth along Lake Nipissing, at North Bay, Algoma, Ont., May 29th, 1884. (Macoun.) 82. L. excisa, (Dicks.) Steph. Labrador. Collected by Waghorne. (Underw...
-28. Plagiochila, Dumort
103. P. interruptus, (Nees) Dumort. Greenland. (Vahl.) Labrador. Collected by Waghorne. (Underwood.) On earth in Dow's Swamp, near Ottawa, Ont.; in water in bogs at Albert Canon, Selkirk Mountains,...
-29. Mylia, S. P. Gray
105. M. Taylori, (Hook.) S. F. Gray. Greenland. (Vahl.) Labrador. Collected by Waghorne. Underwood.) Newfoundland. (Pearson.) Miquelon Island, Gulf of St. Lawrence. (Delaware.) On earth and wet ...
-30. Lofhocolea, Dumort
107. L. bidentata, (Linn.) Dumort. On rotten logs, Eastman's Springs, 12 miles from Ottawa, Ont.; on old logs vicinity of Victoria, Vancouver Island, May 6th, 1875; on dead wood at Comox, Vancouver...
-31. Chiloscyphus, Corda
112. C. adscendens, Hook. & Wilson. On rotten logs in swamps five miles west of Belleville, Hastings Co., Ont., Sept. 16th, 1867; on old logs at Owen Sound, Ont.; on old logs at Thunder Bay, Lake S...
-32. Harpanthus, Nees
114. H. scutatus, (Web. & Mohr) Spruce. Labrador. Collected by Waghorne. (Underwood.) Miquelon Island, Gulf of St. Lawrence. (Delaware.) On earth on rocks at Margaree, Cape Breton Island, N.S., Jul...
-33. Geocalyx, Nees
116. G. graveolens, (Schrad.) Nees. Miquelon Island, Gulf of St. Lawrence. (Delaware.) On earth in woods, Margaree, Cape Breton Island, N.S., July, 1898; on old logs, Jupiter River, Anticosti; on d...
-34. Cephalozia, Dumort. 117. C. Curvifolia, (Dicks.) Dumort
On rotten logs, quite common in the east. On rotten logs, Fredericton, N.B. (Prof. Fowler.) Along Jupiter River, Anticosti; by Otter Pond, near Brackley Point, Prince Edward Island; Pirate's Cove, ...
-36. Odontoschism, Dumort
130. O. sphagni, (Dicks.) Dumort. Miquelon Island, Gulf of St. Lawrence. (Delàmare.) On the surface of a bog at Louisburg, Cape Breton Island, August, 1898; on old pine logs at Belleville, Hastings...
-37. Kantia, S. P. Gray
133. K. Trichomanis, (Linn.) S. F. Gray. Labrador. Collected by Waghorne. (Underwood.) Miquelon Island, Gulf of St. Lawrence. (Delaware.) Along the Tobique River, N.B. (G. U. Hay.) On old logs, Can...
-38. Bazzania, S. F. Gray
134. B. trilobata, (Linn.) S. F. Gray. Newfoundland. (Hb. Le Jolis.) On mossy logs, Hamilton farm, River Rouge, Argenteuil Co., Que. (D'Urban.) On old logs, North West Arm, Halifax, and on rocks at...
-40. Lefidozia, Dumort. 139. L. Reptans, (Linn.) Dumort
Miquelon Island, Gulf of St. Lawrence. (Delàmare.) On rotten wood, Brackley Point, Prince Edward Island; on rotten wood, Jupiter River, Anticosti; on old logs, Truro, N.S.; on earth at Baddeck, Cape B...
-41. Blepharostoma, Dumort
142. B. trichofhyllum, (Linn.) Dumort. Miquelon Island, Gulf of St. Lawrence. (Delaware.) Labrador. Collected by Waghorne. (Underwood.) On old logs, Jupiter River, Anticosti; on earth, Pirate's Cov...
-44. Ptilidium, Nees
147. P. ciliare, (Linn.) Nees. Alaska. (Krause.) Miquelon Island, Gulf of St. Lawrence. (Delàmare.) Greenland, Lat. 60 30'. (Dr. Rosenvinge.) Barren Grounds, Lat. 62o 30', Long. 102o 45'. (J. ...
-46. Diplofhylleia, Trevis
151. D. albicans, (Linn.) Trevis. Miquelon Island, Gulf of St. Lawrence. (Delàmare.) On earth at Pictou, Nova Scotia, July 24th, 1883; crevices of wet rocks, Margaree and Half-Way Brook, Cape Br...
-47. Scapania, Dumort
156. S. Bolanderi, Aust. On logs and stones, Pirate's Cove, Canso, N.S.; on rocks at Truro, N.S.; on stones in brooks near Ottawa, Ont.; on logs in swamps, Sudbury Junction, Algoma; on rocks near M...
-48. Radula, Dumort
169. R. coraplanata, (Linn.) Dumort. Miquelon Island, Gulf of St. Lawrence. (Delaware.) On the bases of trees, Jupiter River, Anticosti; on the bases of trees, Ste. Anne des Monts River, Gaspé Co.,...
-49. Porella, Dill
172. P. navicularis, (Lehm& Lindb.) Lindb. Observatory Inlet, British Columbia. (Dr. Scouler.) Vancouver Island. (Dr. Lyall.) Chilcoot, Alaska. (Krause.) On trees at Hastings, Burrard Inlet, B.C.; ...
-52. Prullania, Raddi
181. F. Oakesiana, Aust., Proc. Acad. Phila. 1869, 226. On balsam fir and black ash trees at Baddeck, Cape Breton Island, N.S., July 9th, 1898. (Macoun.) Apparently not rare in that locality. ...
-Order V. Anthocerotaceae. 53. Anthoceros, Linn
192. A. laevis, Linn. On wet banks, Canada. (Underwood.) Very abundant along the Bonnechère, below the hotel at Golden Lake, Ont., Sept. 26th, 1900; on an old road in woods, Arner, Essex Co., Ont.,...
-Lichenes. Tribe I. - Parmeliacei. Family I. Usneei. L. Ramalina, Ach. J. R. Reticulata, (Noehd.) Krempelh
This is a common species on Quercus Garryana in the neighbourhood of Victoria, Vancouver Island. Many of the specimens are much elongated and hang in festoons from the trees. (Macoun.) On trees, Hensl...
-2. Cetraria (Ach.) Fr
8. C. tristis, (Web.) Fr. Alpine rocks. Arctic America. (Richardson.) On rocks, Digge's Island, Hudson Strait, 1885. (Dr. R. Be//.) On rocks, summit of 4 1/2 Mount Benson, Vancouver Island (M...
-2. Cetraria (Ach.) Fr. Continued
20. C. Pahlunensis, (Linn.) Schaer. Arctic America. (Richardson.) Newfoundland. (Despreaux.) On rocks, Tadousac, and on Owl's Head, Lake Memphremagog, Que. (A. T. Drummond.) Clearwater Lake, Labrad...
-3. Evernia, Ach., Mann
31. E. vulpina, (Linn.) Ach. A very common species in the Rocky Mountains above 5,000 feet altitude. We have specimens, generally in fine fruitrfrom Crow's Nest Pass, Bow River Pass, Moose Mountain...
-4. Usnea, (Dill.) Ach
35. U. sulphurea, (MÜll.) Th. Fr. On rocks, Greenland. (J. Vahl.) Rocks, Arctic America; dwarfed and sterile, Melville Island. (Parry's 2nd voyage.) 36. U. barbata, (Linn.) Fr. var. florida Fr. ...
-5. Bryopogon, Link
41. B. divergens, (Ach.) On earth in alpine and arctic regions. Greenland. (Vahl) Newfoundland. (Herb. Delessert) Long Island, Newfoundland. (Waghorne) Clearwater Lake, Labrador, July 12th, 1896...
-6. Alectoria, (Ach.) Nyl
45. A, ochroleuca, (Ehrh.) var. rigida, Fr. Both arctic and alpine. Greenland. (Arct. Man.) Greenland. (Branth.) On earth in Arctic America. (Richardson.) Ford's Harbor, Labrador; Cape Chudleigh...
-Family II. Parmeliei. V. Theloschistes, Norm
48. T. chrysofhthalmus, (Linn.) Norm. On trees and fence-rails along large bodies of water. On trunks along Lake Ontario at Wellington Beach and Presqu'ile Point; on fence-rails, Port Rowan, Lak...
-8. Parmelia, (Ach.) De Not
53. p. perlata. (Linn.) Ach. Chiefly on old trunks of trees in swamps; sometimes on rocks. On rocks, Bald Mountain, Tobique River, N.B. (G. U. Hay) Canaan Forks, Queen's Co., N.B. (J. Moser.) On...
-8. Parmelia, (Ach.) De Not. Continued
Var. obscurata, Ach. L'Anse au Mort, Labrador. (Waghorne.) Alpine rocks, Arctic America. (Herb. Hooker.) On rocks on Moose Mountain, alt. 6,000 feet, Rocky Mountains, July 2nd, 1897. (Macoun.) Isla...
-9. Physcia, (Dc, Fr.) Th. Pr
72. P. speciosa, (Wulf.) Nyl. Trees and mossy rocks in woods. On trees and rocks in damp woods at Ottawa, Ont.; on old rails in woods, Brighton, Ont.; on moss on rocks, Foster's Flats, Niagara F...
-Family III. Umbilicariei. 11. Umbilicaria, Hoffm
88. U. rugifera, Nyl. Greenland. (Giseke.) Labrador. (Waghorne.) On rocks, Una-laska Island, Behring Sea, 1891, and abundant on St. Paul and St. George islands, Behring Sea, July, 1897. (J. M. Maco...
-13. Sticta, (Schreb.) Fr
105. S. amplissima, (Scop.) Mass. On trunks of trees and rocks, quite common. Arctic America. (Richardson.) Labrador. (Waghorne.) On trees at Canaan Forks and Never's Rapids, Queen's Co., N.B. (...
-14. Nephroma, Ach. 116. N. Arcticum, (Linn.) Fr
Amongst mosses on rocks and on tree trunks in alpine and arctic regions. Greenland. (Retz) Arctic America. (Richardson) On rocks, Clearwater Lake, Northern Labrador, 1896. (A. P. Low.) On rocks, Na...
-15. Peltigera, (Willd.) FéE. 122 P. Venosa, (Linn.) Hoffm
On damp earth by roadsides, rivers, lakes and brooks. Greenland. (Vahl.) Forteau, Labrador. (Waghorne.) On earth, Ste. Anne des Monts River, Gaspé Co., Que.; along the Lievre River above the falls ...
-16. Solorina, Ach
131. S. crocea, (Linn,) Ach. On earth in alpine districts. Greenland. (Branth.) West Greenland. (Rosenvinge.) On earth, King George's Sound Baffin Bay, 1897; Cape Chudleigh, Hudson Strait. (Dr. ...
-18. Pannaria, Delis
134. p. lanuginosa, (Ach.) Koerb. On shaded perpendicular rocks. Canada. (Drummond.) Labrador or Newfoundland. (Waghorne fide Eckfeldt.) On limestone rocks in ravines at Margaree, Cape Breton Is...
-21. Collema, Hoffm
150. c. myriococcum, Ach. On moss on rocks in a ravine at Margaree, Cape Breton Island, N.S., July, 1898; growing over mosses on limestone rocks, Rock-cliffe Park,Ottawa, Ont.; on perpendicular cli...
-22. Leptogium, Pr., Nyl
165. L. muscicola, (Sw.) Fr. Growing over mosses on rocks on mountains. On rocks, Tunnel Mountain, Banff, and on mosses, Mt. Forget-me-not, Rocky Mountains; on rocks by the Fraser River at Yale ...
-23. Placodium, (Dc.) Naeg. & Hepp. 1v9. P. Elegans, (Link.) Dc
On rocks. Greenland. (Arct. Man.) Arctic America. (Richardson.) Melville Island. (R. Brown.) Nottingham Island, Hudson Strait. (Dr. R. Bell.) On rocks, Fort Chimo, Ungava Bay, Labrador, Aug., 1896....
-24. Lecanora, Ach
194. L. lentigera, (Web.) Ach. On earth along the Elbow River, below the Fisher branch, Rocky Mountains, July 12th, 1897; on earth at Morley, Bow River Pass, Rocky Mountains, June, 1885. (Macoun) ...
-24. Lecanora, Ach. Part 2
Var. distans, Ach. Labrador or Newfoundland. (Waghorne fide Eckfeldt.) On bark of beech trees, McKay's woods, Ottawa, Ont, April 16th, 1891. (Macoun.) Var. minor, Branth. On limestone rocks, ...
-24. Lecanora, Ach. Part 3
Var. minor, Tuckerm. Labrador or Newfoundland. (Waghorne fide Eckfeldt.) 219. L. pallescens, (Linn.) Sciler. On dead wood, bark of trees and moss; common. Labrador or Newfoundland. (Waghorne ...
-25. Binodina, Mass
246. R. nimbosa, (Fr.) Th. Fr. Naked earth in alpine or northern districts. Greenland. (Vahl.) 247. R. oreina, (Ach.) Mass. Greenland. (Arct. Man.) On rocks at the elbow of the South ...
-26. Pertusaria, Dc
254. P. bryontha, (Ach.) Nyl. On earth, growing over mosses, in alpine and northern districts. Greenland. (Vahl.) Growing over mosses, L'Anses au Mort, Labrador. (Waghorne.) Shores of St. Mary'...
-31. Stereocaulon, Schreb
276. s. coralloides, Fr. Greenland. (Arct. Man.) On rocks, Arctic America. (Herb. Hooker.) At Nain, Labrador, and on Digge's Island, Hudson Strait, 1884. (Dr. R. Bell.) On rocks near Whale River ...
-32. Pilofhorus, Th. Pr
285. P. cereolus, (Ach.) var. Fibula, Tuckerm. On rocks, bordering water courses. (Tuckerman.) Labrador or Newfoundland. (Waghorne fide Eckfeldt.) On rocks at Belleville, Hastings Co., Ont., 1882. ...
-33. Cladonia, Hoffm
287. C. alcicornis, (Lightf.) Floerke. Sterile, sandy earth. Greenland. (Arct. Man.) Arctic America. (Hooker.) On earth, Cape Rosier, Gaspé Co., Que.; on the summit of Mount Albert, Gaspe Co., ...
-33. Cladonia, Hoffm. Part 2
Georgia, B.C. (Dr. G. M. Dawson.) Chilliwack Valley, B.C.; Port Etches, Alaska. (J. M. Macoun.) Sheep Creek, Juneau, Alaska. Miss G. Cooley.) Var. radiata, Fr. Labrador or Newfoundland. (Waghorn...
-33. Cladonia, Hoffm. Part 3
Greenland. (Arct. Man.) On rocks at Nain, Labrador. (Dr. R. Bell.) On earth, Clearwater Lake, Labrador. (A. P. Low.) Forteau Bay and L'Anse au Mort, Labrador; Cook's Brook, Coal River, Grand Lake, Bay...
-33. Cladonia, Hoffm. Part 4
Var. alpestris, Linn. Rather common in dark, cool woods. On rocks, at Nain, coast of Labrador. (Dr. R. Bell.) On earth, Clearwater Lake, 1896. (A. P. Low.') Labrador or Newfoundland. (Waghorne f...
-35. Baeomyces, Pers., DC
325. B. placophyllus, Ach. On earth along the Gaspé Coast, below St. Anne des Monts River, Que., Aug. 14th, 1882. (Macoun.) 326. B. Byssoides, (Linn.) Schaer. On earth and rocks on elevated ...
-36. Biatora, Fries
329. B. atro-rufa, (Dicks.) Fr. On earth in alpine districts. Greenland. (Eberlin.) Tadousac, Que. (A.T. Dyurnrnond.) On earth on Moose Mountain, Rocky Mountains, July, 1897, alt. 6,000 feet; ...
-36. Biatora, Fries. Part 2
351. B. rufo-fusca, Anz. Upon turfy earth in alpine districts. Green and. (Vahl) On earth and moss at Donald, Columbia River, B.C., July 6th, 1885. (Macoun.) Labrador or Newfoundland. (Waghorne ...
-36. Biatora, Fries. Part 3
377. B. hypnophila, (Turn.) Tuckerm. On mosses, stones, earth, dead wood and living bark. (Tucker-man.) Greenland. (Vahl.) On moss, Middle Arm, St. John's beach and Pleasant Cove, Newfoundland. (...
-37. Heterothecium, Flot
408. H. sanguinarium, (Linn.) Flot. On bark, Clearwater Lake, Labrador, July 21st, 1896. (A. P. Low) On bark at Coal River and Wild Cove, Newfoundland. (Waghorne.) On dead wood, Canaan Forks, ...
-38. Lecidea, (Ach.) Tuckerm
415. L. Candida, (Web.) Ach. Upon earth in the extreme north. Arctic America. (Richardson.) Greenland. (Vahl.) On rocks, Deer Park, Lower Arrow Lake, Columbia River, B.C. (Macoun.) 416. L. ...
-40. Buellia, De Not., Tuck
474. B. pulchella, (Schrad.) Tuckerm. Moist, shaded, alpine, and arctic rocks. Arctic America. (Richardson.) 475. B. - --------------, N. Sp. This species remains unnamed by Mr. Branth, who ...
-42. Ofegrapha, Humboldt
517. O. varia, (Pers.) Fr. On birch bark, Frenchman's Cove, Newfoundland. (Waghorne.) On bark of butternut trees at Ottawa, Ont.; on bark of white cedar and spruce trees, Lake Nipigon, Ont. (...
-44. Graphis, Ach
524. G. scripta, Ach., var. limitata, Schaer. Quite common on bark of various trees. On bark at Frenchman's Cove; also under various forms in other localities, Newfoundland. (Waghorne.) On bark,...
-45. Arthonia,Ach
525. A. patellulata, Nyl. On trees, Labrador or Newfoundland. (Waghorne fide Eck-feldt.) On aspen poflar trees, Moose Mountain, Man., July 3rd, 1880. (Macoun.) 526. A. astroidea, Ach. On ...
-48. Sphierophoros, Pers
538. S. globiferous, (Linn.) DC. Labrador or Newfoundland. (Waghnne fide Eckfeldt.) Arctic America. (Herb. Hooker.) On earth in bogs, Salt Lake, Anti-costi, Que.; on trees in bogs and on rocks at ...
-50. Calicium, De Not
543. C. phseocephalum, (Turn.) Turn. & Barr. On bark of trees, Canada. (A. T. Drumrnond.) On bark of dead spruce, Hector, Rocky Mountains; on bark of Douglas Fir, Comox, Vancouver Island. (Macoun.)...
-52. Endocarpon, Hedw
557. E. miniatum, (Linn.) Schaer. On limestone and other rocks. Shoal Point and Halfway Point, Newfoundland. (Waghorne.) Greenland. (Arct. Man.) Arctic America. (Richardson.) On rocks, Hastings ...
-57. Verrucaria, Pers
569. V. epigaea, (Pers.) Ach. Labrador or Newfoundland. (Waghorne fide Eckfeldt.) On earth along the Gaspé coast, Que., Aug. nth, 1882. (Macoun.) 570. V. maura, (Wahl.) Nyl. On granitic ...
-58. Pyrenula, (Ach.)
592. P. punctiformis, (Ach.) Naeg. & Hepp. On basswood bark, Central Ontario Junction, Hastings Co., Ont.; on bark, Canfield Junction, Ont.; on maple bark, King's Mountain, Chelsea, Que., and ...
-59. Pycnides
606. p. verisimilide, Branth. On black ash bark at Billing's bush, Rideau Park, south of Ottawa, Ont., April 19th, 1897. (Macoun) ADDENDUM. PHYSCIA. 607. p. scofularis, Nyl. On rocks, ...
-Addendum To Part VI
l. SPHAGNUM, Dill. 2. S. Girgensohnii, Russ. Sukkertoppen, Greenland, Aug. 6th, 1886. (Jensen) Swamps at Edmonton, Murray mine, Sudbury, and Sunbridge, Ont. (Jas. White.) Abundant in Algonquin ...
-2. Andreaea, Ehrhart. 28. A. Petrophila, Ehrh
A common species on rocks, both dry and wet, at Baddeck, Margaree, Louisburg, and Half-way Brook, Cape Breton Island, N.S., July, 1898; on rocks, Cache Lake, Algonquin Park, Ont., June, 1900. (Macoun....
-8. Gymnostomum, Hedw
43. G. calcarea, Nees & Hornsch. On rocks, Credit Forks, Ont. (James White. Thos. Walker.) On earth in a ravine at Grand Narrows, Cape Breton Island, N.S., 1898. (Macoun.) 44. G. rupestris, Schl...
-15. Cynodontium, Schimp. 51. C. Schisti, (Wahlb.) Lindb
On earth about ledges of rock, Lake Lindeman, Yukon, 1899. (Williams.) 62. c. polycarpum, Schimp. On damp rocks, at Cache Lake and Brule Lake, Algonquin Park, 1900. (Macoun) On rocks at Seal Lak...
-16. Dichodontium, Schimp
66. D. pellucidum, Schimp. On earth, Port Etches, Lat. 60 30', Alaska, 1892; Unalaska, Behring Sea, 1891. (J. M. Macoun.) On wet rocks, Louisburg, Cape Breton Island, N.S., 1898; shore of Shaw...
-19. Dicranella, Schimp
71. D. crispa, (Elph.) Schimp. Juneau, Alaska. (Miss G. Cooley.) On damp, sandy soil at the mouth of Bonanza Creek, Yukon, 1899. (Williams.) 72. D. Grevilleana, Schimp. On earth in a ravine a...
-19. Dicranella, Schimp. Part 2
On earth, Chilliwack Valley, B.C., 1901; Port Etches, Alaska, Lat. 60 30', 1892; Unalaska Island, Behring Sea, 1891; Nagai Island, Shumigan Group, Alaska, 1892, and Middleton Island, Alaska, Lat....
-19. Dicranella, Schimp. Part 3
Closely allied to D.fuscescens, Turn., to which it might be subordinated as a sub-species, but nevertheless easily distinguished by the leaves being more strongly serrate, very rough on the back, less...
-19. Dicranella, Schimp. Part 4
A few stems found amongst Aulacomnium turgidum, northwest shore of Hudson Bay Lat. 63 55', 1893-1894. (G. Comes.) Sterile specimens collected at Lake Lindeman in swamps, and found in good fruit a...
-24. Fissidens, Hedw
124. p. bryoides, Hedw. On earth on a bank at Edmonton, Ont, Sept., 1892. (Jas. White.) On earth at Owen Sound, July, 1874, referred to F. tam-arindifolius in Cat. Can. Musci, Pt. VI., 36. (Macoun....
-27. Ceratodon, Brid
138. C. purpureus, Brid. On earth in woods and by roadsides, Cape Breton Island, N.S., July, 1898; on earth, Sable Island, N.S., July, 1899; quite common on the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains...
-31. Blindia, Bruch & Shimp
150. B. acuta, (Huds.) Bruch & Schimp. On wet rocks at Half Way Brook, Cape Breton Island, N.S., Aug., 1898. (Macoun.) Juneau, alt. 3,000 feet; also at Salmon Creek and Gold Creek Canon, near Junea...
-37. Ditrichum, Timm.n Leptotrichum, Hampe
991. D. oblongum,(LINDB.) Kindb. On earth, Greenland. (Berggren.) 992. D. giganteum, R. S. Williams. The author compares this species with large forms of D. flexicaule which approach ...
-38. Trichostomum, Smith. 940. T. Vancouvericense, (Broth.) Kindb
On earth in woods, near Victoria, Vancouver Island, May 6th, 1893. (Macoun.) 996. T. anomalum, Schimp.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, no. On earth in fields, Sea's farm, and on rocks B...
-41. Barbula, Hedw. 185. B. Brevriostris, Bruch & Schimp
On earth-covered stumps and bare clayey soil about Dawson, Yukon, 1899. (Williams.) 187. B. tortuosa, (Linn.) Web. & Mohr. On limestone rocks, Credit Forks, Ont., Sept., 1892. (Jos. White.) On d...
-44. Grimmia, Ehrh
235. G. conferta, Funck. On boulders on Moose Mountain, Rocky Mountains, Alta., June, 1897; on rocks by the Petewawa River, Algonquin Park, July 24th, 1900. (Macoun.) Marsh Lake, Yukon, 1899. (...
-57. Georgia, Ehrh. Tetraphis, Hedw
376. G. pellucida, (Linn.) Rabenhost. Tetraphis pellucida, Hedw.; Cat. Can. Musci, 97, On old logs, Big Intervale, Margaree, and on stumps Halfway Brook, Cape Breton Island, N.S., Aug. 1898; on ...
-62. Tetraplodon, Bruch & Sehimp
386. T. angustatus, (L. fil.) Br. & Sch. On dung, Mount Forget-me-not, Elbow River, Rocky Mountains, Alta., alt. 6500 feet, July 14th, 1897. (Macoun.) Growing on bones in woods at Dawson, May 7th, ...
-67. Bartramia, Hedw
406. B. subulata, Bruch & Schimp. B. viridissima, Brid.; Kindb., Bryol. N. Am. & Eur. 323. On rocks, Unalaska Island, Behring Sea, Aug., 1892. (J.M. Macoun.) 407. B. ithyphylla, Brid. On ...
-76. Webera, Hedw
1051. W. Subpolymorphum, Kindb., Bryol. N. Am. & Eur. 390. Capsule oblong, pendant, and smaller than in W. polymorphum; neck shorter; lid rostellate. Leaves less crowded and not ap-pressed when ...
-76. Webera, Hedw. Part 2
(430.) W. elongata, Schwaegr; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. . America, 216. Crevices of rocks, St. John, N.B. (Fowler's Cat.) (431.) W. polymorphoides, Kindb. (n. sp.) Tufts large and dense, dull ...
-76. Webera, Hedw. Part 3
On Digge's Island, Hudson Strait. August, 1884. (R. Bell.) (440.) W. micro-denticulata, CM. & Kindb. (n. sp.) Tufts dense, glossy green, about 3 cm. high. Leaves small, loose when dry open-erec...
-78. Zieria, Schimp
526. Z. julacea, Schimp. Plagiobryum Zierii, (Dicks.) Lindb. A few sterile specimens collected on earth in crevices of rock about 1000 feet above Lake Lindeman, Yukon. (Williams?) 1089. Z. ...
-79. Mnium, Linn, 529. M. Venustum. Mitt
Growing in company with M. insigne, in the Chilliwack Valley, B.C., 1901. (J. M. Macoun.) 530. M - macrociliare, C. M. & Kindb. On rocks, Brule Lake, Algonquin Park, Ont., June 13th, 1900. (Maco...
-81. Aulacomnium, Schwaegr
556. A. androgynum, Schwaegr. On earth in woods, Câche Lake, Algonquin Park, Ont, 1900 , on banks above Leamington, Essex Co., Ont., May 25th, 1901; on old logs at Revelstoke, B.C , May, 1890. (...
-82. Timmia, Hedw
560. T. megapolitana, Hedw. Marsh Lake and Klondike River, near its mouth. This species seems to grow mostly on rather dry earth at the base of rock ledges somewhat at a higher elevation than the ...
-83. Atrichum, Beauv
563. A. undulatum Beauv. Catharinea undulata, (Linn).; Kindb., Bryol. N. Am. & Eur. 154. On earth at Blueberry Point, Alymer, and Meech'sLake, Que., 1900; also on wet earth, Rainy Lake, ...
-87. Polytrichum, Linn. 585. P. Sexangulare, Floerke
On the mountains above Chilliwack Lake, B.C., 1901. (J.M. Macoun.) 586. P. gracile, Menzies. Wet rocks, Tobique River, N.B., July, 1884. (G. U. Ha:) Referred in Part VI., p. 151, to P. alpinum. ...
-90. Fontinalis, Dill
1106. p. gigantea, Sulliv. In a plaster pit, Big Intervale, Margaree, and in a brook, near Louisburg, Cape Breton Island, N.S., 1898; in a brook at Woodstock, N.B., 1899; on stones in brooks, ...
-94. Neckera, Hedw. 614. N. Menziesii, Drumm
Canon City and Dyea Creek, Alaska. (Williams.) Rather common, Chilliwack Valley, B.C., 1901. (J. M.Macou-.) 615. N. pennata, (Linn) Hedw. Sheep Carp, Dyea Creek, Alaska. On a cotton-wood. (Willi...
-99. Pterogonium, Swartz
625 P. brachypterum, Mitt. Lindbergia brachyptera, Mitt.; Kindb., Bryol. N. Am. & Eur., 13. On the trunk of Ostrya Virginica, near Hemlock Lake, Beech-wood, Ottawa, Ont., May 16th, 1900. (...
-105. Leskea, Hedw
This genus has been revised by Dr. G. N. Best, Rosemount, New Jersey, and the changes ma e below are copied from his work. 637. L. polyccrpa, Ehrh., var. paludosa, (Hedw.) Sch. On trees, Niagara...
-107. Anomodon, Hook. & Taylor
1119. A. platyphyllus, Kindb., Note on Can. Bryol, 1893. A. obtusifolius, Cat. Can. Musci, p. 171 in part. Leaves short, very broad, ovate or ovate-oblong, or from a cordate strongly papillose ...
-109. Pylaisia, Bruch & Schimp
652. P. polyantha, (Schreber) Bruch & Schimp. On trees at Credit Forks, and Edmonton, Ont., Oct., 1893. (Jas. White.) On old logs, Big Intervale, Margaree, Cape Breton Island, N.S., July, 1898; on ...
-111. Entodon, C. Muell. 667. E. Macounii, C. M. & Kindb
On an elm log in swampy woods, Rideau Park, Ottawa, Ont., April 28th, 1900; on earth near the Hogsback, Rideau River, near Ottawa, May 2nd, 1897. (Macoun.) 669. E. seductrix, (Hedw.) C. Muell. O...
-114. Pseudoleskea, Bruch & Schimp
670. P. atrovirens, (Dicks.) Br. Eur. P. patens, Limpr.; Ren. & Card., Bot. Gaz. Vol. XXX., p. 22. P. atroviaens, subsp. tenella, Kindb., Bryol. N. Am. & Eur., 50. Labrador and Newfoundland. (...
-115. Heterocladium, Bruch & Schimp
687. H. dimorphum, Br. Eur. H. squarrosulum (Voit.); Kindb. Bryol. N. Am. & Eur., 46; Best, Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, Vol. XXVIII., p. 127. On rocks at Hector, Rocky Mountain , B.C., Aug. 15th, ...
-701. T Whippleanum, (Sulliv.) Kindb
Claopcdium Whippieanum, (Sulliv.) Best, Bull. Torr. Bot., Club, Vol. XXIV., p. 428. On rocks, Pier's farm, near Victoria, Vancouver Island, May 9th, 1893; on earth by a brook, Point Holmes, near Co...
-118. Campothecium, Schimp
705. C. lutescens, Bruch & Schimp. Sheep Creek, near Juneau, Alaska. (Miss G. Cooley.) Sheep Camp, Dyea Creek, Alaska; on cotton-wood. (Williams.) 1139. C. pinnatifidum, Sulliv.& Lesq.; Lesq. & ...
-119. Bractrythecium, Schimp. 714. B. LaeTum, Brid
On old logs and rocks Câche Lake, Algonquin Park, Ont., 1900; on earth at Carleton Place, Ont., May, 1900. (Macoun.) Chilli-wack Valley, B.C., 1901. (J.M. Macoun.) 715. B. digastrum, C. M. & Kindb....
-1143. B Idahense, Ren. & Card
On earth and rock at Dawson, Yukon. (Williams.) 733. B. velutinum, Bruch & Schimp. On earth at the bases of trees, Foster's Flats, Niagara River, Ont., May 16th, 1901. (Macoun.) 734. B, Stark...
-123. Raphidostegium, Lesq. & James
732. R. recurvans, (Schw.) Lesq. & James. On old logs at Woodstock, N.B., 1899; on earth, on old logs, in a cedar swamp at Sherkstone, near Port Colborne, Ont., 1901. (Macoun.) 737. R. Roellii, ...
-124. Rhychostegium, Schimp
792. R. rusciforme, (Weis.) Schimp. On stones in brooks, Big Intervale, Margaree, Cape Breton Island, N.S., 1898; on stones, Aroostook Falls, N.B., Sept. 1899. (Macoun.) 791. R. serrulatum, (...
-126. Plagiothecium, Schimp
800. P. trichophorum, (Spruce) Lesq. & James. P. piliferum, Swartz; Kindb., Bryol. N. Am. & Eur., 71. Coast of Queen Charlotte Islands, 1898. (Dr. C. F. Newcombe.) Canon City, Skagway and Lake ...
-126. Plagiothecium, Schimp. Continued
(802.) P. geminum, (Mitt.) Lesq. & James. Hypnum geminum, Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 365. Rocky Mountains, alt. 7,000-8,000 feet, associated with P. pulchellum. (Lyall.) MAC0UN.] ...
-128. Hypnum, Linn. Subgenus I. Campylium, Linn. 836. H. Hispidulum, Brid
On earth by the bases of trees, Edmonton, Ont., 1892. (Jas. White.) On dead sticks, Otter Slide Creek, Algonquin Park, Ont., July, 1900; at Camlachie and Wyoming, Lambton Co., Ont., 1901. (Macoun.)...
-Subgenus II. Harfidium. 1176. H. Aduncum, Linn
Newfoundland. (Waghorne.) Digge's Island, Hudson Bay, 1885. (Dr. R. Bell) In the vicinity of Belleville, Hastings Co., and in a swamp at Wooler, Ont.; swampy ground, Jupiter River, Anticosti, Que., 18...
-Subgenus III. Cratoneuron, Sulliv. 860. H. Filicinum, Linn
On rocks by springs, Niagara River, May, 1901. (Macoun.) In springs, head of Lake Bennett, Yukon. (Williams.) 861 H. chloropterum, C. M. & Kindb. Chilliwack Valley, B.C., 1901. (J. M. Macoun.) ...
-Subgenus VII - Drepanium, C. Muell
1182. H. reptiliforme, Kindb., Revue Bryol. 1895. Differs from H. reptile; leaves larger, long-acuminate; those of the stem ovate-oblong, denticulate above, those of the branches ovate-lanceolate, ...
-Subgenus VII - Drepanium, C. Muell. Part 2
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 refer...
-Subgenus VII - Drepanium, C. Muell. Part 3
(874.) H. hamulosum, Bruch & Schimp.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 391; Canadian Musci, No. 393. H. cupressiforme, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 205. Upon rocks, about Beaver Lake. (Drumm...
-Subgenus IX - Limnobium, Bruch & Schimp. 898. H. Palustre, Huds
Skagway, Alaska; Lake Marsh and Mile's Canon, Yukon. (Williams.) 1195. H. Bestii, Ren. & Bryhn. This plant is described as a subspecies of molle by Renauld and Bryhn, but I think it will stand a...
-Endogens. CII. Hydrocharidaceae. Frog's-Bit Family. 585 - Elodea, Michx. Fl. I., 20. (Water-Weed.) - 595. Arethusa, Linn. Gen. 1014. (Arethusa.)
Endogens. CII. Hydrocharidaceae. Frog's-Bit Family. 585 - Elodea, Michx. Fl. I., 20. (Water-Weed.) (2208.) E. Canadense, Planchon. Michx. Fl. I., 20. Udora Canadensis, Nutt. Gen. II., 242. U....
-598. Epipactis, R. Br - 620. Lloydia, Salisb
598. Epipactis, R. Br {2235.) E. gigantea, Dougl. Hook., Fl. II., 202. E. Americana, Lindl., Orchid. 462. Under evergreens, at Osoyoos Lake, B.C. (Dawson.) CIV. HaeModobaceae. Blood-Wort ...
-621. Calochortus, Pursh, Fl. I., 240 - 632. Stenanthium, A. Cray. Ann. Lyc. N. York IV., 119
621. Calochortus, Pursh, Fl. I., 240 (2325.) C - elegans, Pursh, var. nanus, Wood. Proc. Phil. Acad. 168 (1868). C. elegans, Hook., Fl. II, 183; Macoun, Cat, No. 1873. C. Lyallii, Baker, ...
-635. Heteranthera, Ruiz. (Water-Star Grass.) - 642 Peltandra, Rafin. (Arrow Arum.)
635. Heteranthera, Ruiz. (Water-Star Grass.) (2356.) H. graminea, Vahl.; Pursh, Fl. I., 32. Leptanthus gramineus, Michx.; Hook., Fl. II., 187. Schollera graminea, Willd.; Gray, Man. Ed.V., ...
-644. Lysichitum, Schott. (Western Skunk Cabbage) - 652. Damasonium, Juss. Gen. 46
644. Lysichitum, Schott. (Western Skunk Cabbage) (2409.) L. Kamtschatcense, Schott., Prodr. Aroid., 421. Arctiudracon Camtschaticum, Gray, Smithson. Contrib. (N Series) IX. 409. Syrnplocarpus ...
-654. Scheuchzeria, Linn. Gen. 482. (Scheuchzeria) - 659. Zostera, Linn. Gen. 1032. (Grass-Wrack.)
654. Scheuchzeria, Linn. Gen. 482. (Scheuchzeria) (2426.) S. palustris, Linn.; Michx., Fl.I, 209; Pursh, Fl. I., 247; Hook., Fl. II., 168. Rather rare in most localities. Soft peat bogs, ...
-660. Phyllospadix, Hook., Fl. II., 171. (False Eel-Grass) - 671. Kobresia, Willd. Spec. Pl 1y., 205
660. Phyllospadix, Hook., Fl. II., 171. (False Eel-Grass) (2454.) P. Scouleri, Hook., Fl. II., 171. Abundant on steep rocks below half tide, from the lighthouse, near Victoria, around the coast ...
-CXVIII. Gramlneae. (Grass Family.). 673. Beckmania, Host. Gram. Aust. III., 5 - 682. Anthoxanthum, Linn. Gen. 42. (Sweet-Scented Vernaligrass.)
CXVIII. Gramlneae. (Grass Family.). 673. Beckmania, Host. Gram. Aust. III., 5 (2692.) B. erucaeformis, Host. var. uniflorus, Scribner. Quite common in wet and overflowed grounds throughout the p...
-685. Aristida, Linn. Gen. 74. (`.) - 696. Arctacrostis, Criseb. Ledeb. Ft Ross. IV., 434
685 Aristida, Linn. Gen. 74. (`.) (2734.) A. basiramea, Engelmann; Upham, Cat. Min. Pl. 163. Vicinity of Brandon, Man. (R. J. Scott.) This is a new species found first by Mr. W. Upham, at ...
-700. Aira, Linn. Gen. 81. (Hair-Grass.) - 713. Cynosurus, Linn - Gen. 87. (Dog's-Tail Grass.)
700. Aira, Linn. Gen. 81. (Hair-Grass.) (2800.) A. caryophyllea, Linn.; Gray, Man. Ed. V., 642. Introduced and naturalized and very abundant in all the old clearings and oak woods in the ...
-716. Catabrosa, Beauv. Agrost. 70 - 724. Graphephorum, Desv. (1810.)
716. Catabrosa, Beauv. Agrost. 70 (2834.) C. aquatica, Beauv.; Hook., Fl. IT., 249. Rather rare in springs and small brooks eastward. Pentecost River, Q. (St. Cyr.) Boggy place, near Salt Lake, ...
-725. Dupontia, R. Br - 734. Triticum, Linn. (Wheat)
725. Dupontia, R. Br (2818.) D. Fischeri, E. Br.; Hook., Fl. II., 242. Arctic sea-coast and islands. (Hooker, Fl.) Cape Prince of Wales, and Nottingham Island, Hudson Strait. (R. Bell.) Port ...
-741. Gymnogramme, Desv., Berl. Magaz., V. 305 - CXXV. Salviniaceae. 764. Azolla, Lam
741. Gymnogramme, Desv., Berl. Magaz., V. 305 (GOLD-FERN.) (2979.) C. triangularis, Kaulf., Enum. Fil., 73. Hook., Fl., Bor. - Ara. ii., 259. Hook. & Baker, Syn. Fil., 384. Macoun & Burgess, ...
-Part I. 2. Anemone - 51. Draba
Part I. 2. Anemone (3055.) A. Oregana, Gray, Proced. Amer. Acad., XIV., 308. A. nemorosa, Linn. var. (?) Macoun, Cat. III., 478. When compiling Part III., I separated the western form of A. n...
-59. Subularia - 77. Silene
59. Subularia (196.) S. aquatica, Linn.; Macoun, Cat. I., 55. Quite common in Muskoka Lake, Ont. (Dr. Britton.) In abundance along the shallow margin of Sproat Lake, near Alberni on the west sid...
-81. Arenaria - 104. Sphaeralcea
81. Arenaria (292.) A - physodes, DC; Macoun, Cat., L, 73, & III., 292. Yukon River, N.W.T., Lat. 62; and Pelly Banks, N.W.T., 1887. (Dawson.) 82. Stellaria (3084.) S. aquatica, Scopo...
-106. Linum - 121. Rhamnus
106. Linum (372.) L. Lewlsii, Pursh, Fl. I., 210; Trelease, Trans. St. Louis Acad. Science, V., 12. L. perenne L. var. Lewisii, Eat. & Wright; Gray, Man., ed. VI., 102. References under L. pe...
-127. Rhus - 142. Astragalus
127. Rhus (429.) R, Canadensis, Marsh.; Gray, Man. ed. VI., 119. References under R. aromatica, Ait., Part I., 101, belong here. 132. Trifolium (3098.) T. cyathiferum, Lindl.; Tort. & Gr.,...
-145. Desmodium - 160. Rubus
145. Desmodium (540.) D. canescens, DC.; Macoun, Cat. I., 118. Not rare at Point aux Pins, Kent Co.; and abundant at Point Pelee, Essex Co., Out. Growing in rather low-lying wet sandy thickets. ...
-167. Fracaria - 192. Myriophyllum
167. Fracaria (620.) F. Virginiana, Duch., var. Illinoensis, Gray. Of all the specimens of this species in our collection, only one collected at Ottawa, Ont., by J. M. Macoun can be referred her...
-198. Codetia - 218. Carum
198. Codetia (3113.) G. hispidula, Watson, Bot. California, L, 231. Introduced on ballast heaps, at Nanaimo, Vancouver Island, 1887. (Macoun.) 196. Epilobium Many additional species and ...
-774. Zizia, Koch - 225. Bupleurum
774. Zizia, Koch (849.) Z. aurea, Koch; C. & R. Rev. of N. Amer., Umbell. 127. Thaspium aureum, Macoun, Cat. I., 181. Thaspium aureum, var. apterum, Gray, Man., ed. V., 195. (1867.) All ...
-226. Osmorrhiza - 776. Ccelopleurum, Ledeb., Fl. Ross. II., 361
226. Osmorrhiza (861.) O. occidentalis, Torr. Mex. Bound. Rep., 71. Glycosma occidentalis, Nutt.; Macoun, Cat., I., 183. This species with others have been united to Osmorrhiza by Coulter & ...
-777. Phellopterus, Benth., Gen. Plant, I., 905 - 267. Crindelia
777. Phellopterus, Benth., Gen. Plant, I., 905 (3124.) P. littoralis, Schmidt; C. &E. Rev, of N. Amer. Umbell., 81. Lying prostrate on the sandy beach at Fuller's Farm, Oak Bay, near Victoria, ...
-779. Boltonia, L'Her - 312. Luina
779. Boltonia, L'Her (3033.) B. asteroides, L'Her.; Gray, Synop. Fl. II., 166. In moist places, Souris Co., Man., 1889; apparently very rare. (T. Walker.) (3034.) B. latisquama, Gray, var. ...
-318. Senecio - 347. Heterocodon
318. Senecio (1230.) S. sylvaticus, Linn.; Macoun, Cat. II., 263. Waste places on Shaw's Farm, Brackley Point, Prince Edward Island, 1888; cultivated ground, Burrard Inlet, at Hastings, B.C., ...
-349. Vaccinium - 369. Chimaphila
349. Vaccinium (1356.) V. uliginosum, Linn., var. mucronatum, Herder; Macoun, Cat. II., 291. Crevices of rocks, summit of Mount Arrowsmith, Vancouver Island, alt. 5700 feet, July, 1887. (Macoun....
-371. Allotropa - 391. Asclepias
371. Allotropa (1421.) A. virgata, Torr. & Gray; Macoun, Cat. II., 307. Quite common in gravelly soil everywhere around Goldstream and in woods at Nanaimo, Vancouver Island, 1887. (Macoun.) ...
-784. Erythraea, Richard. (Centuary.) - 787. Placiobothrys, Fisch. & Meyer
784. Erythraea, Richard. (Centuary.) (3156.) E. Centaurium, Pers.; Gray, Man, ed. VI., 347. (1890.) Sandy wastes on Sable Island off the coast of Nova Scotia. Collected July, 1870. (Mrs. ...
-418. Myosotis - 452. Orthocarpus
418. Myosotis (1577.) M. palustris, With.; Macoun, Cat. II., 340. In wet places along the Fraser River at Lulu Island, B.C. 1889. (Macoun.) 428. Solanum (1608.) S. nigrum, Linn., var. ...
-460. Boschniakia - 476. Pycnanthemum
460. Boschniakia (1121.) B. Hookeri, Walp.; Macoun, Cat. II., 374 & III., 578. Abundant on the roots of Gaultheria Shallon, near the base of Mount Benson, Nanaimo; also in woods along the ...
-475. Hyssopus - 506. Chenopodium
475. Hyssopus (1762.) H. officinalis, Linn.; Macoun, Cat., II., 382. A white variety is quite common on the roadsides near the St. Lawrence and Ottawa railway station in Ottawa. (Fletcher Fl. ...
-507. Atriplex - 540. Urtica
507. Atriplex (1841.) A. patulum, Linn.; Macoun, Cat. III., 401. On ballast heaps at Nanaimo, and on sea beaches at Qualicum, Vancouver Island, 1887; sands, Burrard Inlet, B.C. 1889. (Macoun.) ...
-548. Myrica - 567. Tsuca
548. Myrica (1970.) M. Gale, Linn.; Macoun, Cat., III., 434. This species is common along lake margins in northern British Columbia; along Burnaby Lake, near New Westminster, and very common on ...
-769. Abies - 603. Iris
769. Abies (2003.) A. amabilis, Forbes; Macoun, Cat. III., 475. Abundant, in company with T. Pattoniana, on the summits of mounts Mark, Benson and Arrowsmith, Vancouver Island, 1887; .not ...
-604. Sisyrinchium - 638. Luzula
604. Sisyrinchium (2216.) S. angustifolium, Mill.; Gray, Man., ed. VI., 515. .References under S. mucronatum, Michx., Part IV., 25, belong here. 793. Muscari, Tour. (Grape-Hyacinth.) (...
-641. ArisaeMa - 657. Ruppia
641. ArisaeMa (2406.) A. Dracontium, Schott; Macoun, Cat. IV., 72. On a flat in Delaware Township near London, Ont. 1889. (Mr. H. D. Johnson.) On an island in the Sydenham River, near Strathroy,...
-674. Panicum - 697. Cinna
674. Panicum (3201.) P. nitidum, Lam., var. barbulatum, Michx. Not uncommon at Kamloops and along the shores of Shuswap Lake, B.C. June, 1889. (Macoun.) 676. Spartina (2713.) S. gracilis, ...
-701. Deschampsia - 715. Eatonia
701. Deschampsia (2802.) D. atropurpurea, Scheele, var. minus, Vasey; Macoun, Cat. IV., 209. Prof. Scribner says of this that it is exactly like my European specimens ticketed Vahlodea ...
-718. Melica - 4. SphaeRancium, Schimp
718. Melica (2839.) M. acuminata, Bolander; Macoun, Cat. IV., 220. Grassy thickets at Agassiz, B.C., May, 1889. (Macoun.) (3206.) M. spectabilis, Scribner. In a mountain valley, north of ...
-5. Phascum, Linn. (In Part.) - 14. Rhabdoweisia, Bruch & Schimp
5. Phascum, Linn. (In Part.) (38.) P. piliferum, Schreb. Phase. I, fig. 7. P. cuspidatum, Schreb - var. piliferum, Bruch & Schimp.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 42. P. cuspidatum, Dru...
-17. Trematodon, Michx - Tribe IV. Leucobryeae. 26. Leucobryum, Hampe
17. Trematodon, Michx (68.) T. ambiguum, Hornsch.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 63; Canadian Musci No. 24. On earth, chiefly along roadsides. Topsail Harbor, Newfoundland. (Rev. A. Wagho...
-28. Trichodon, Schimp - 47. Braunia, Bruch & Schimp
28. Trichodon, Schimp (141.) T. cylindricus, Schimp.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 93; Canadian Musci, No. 411. Abundant on the borders of ditches at Hastings, B.C.; also at Craigellachi...
-IX. Orthotricheae. 48. Coscinodon, Sprengel - 57. Merceya, Schimp
IX. Orthotricheae. 48. Coscinodon, Sprengel (299.) C. pulvinatus, Spreng.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 154. On rocks, Alaska. (Harrington.) On rocks along the Telegraph Trail, north of ...
-XI. Schistostegeae. 59. Sghistostega, Mohr - 71. Amblyodon, Beauv
XI. Schistostegeae. 59. Sghistostega, Mohr (378.) S. osmundacea, Web. & Mohr; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 188; Canadian Musci, No. 137. On the earth among the roots of turned-up stumps ...
-73. Paludella, Ehrh - 80. Cinclidium, Swartz
73. Paludella, Ehrh (424.) P. squarrosa, Brid.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 214; Canadian Musci, No. 158. Bryum squamosum, Drumm. Musc. Bor. - Am., No. 248. Marshes near the rocky Mo...
-85. Psilopilum, Brid - 96. Meteorium, Brid
85. Psilopilum, Brid (574.) P. arcticum, Brid.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 260. Peat bogs; Labrador, Greenland and Arctic America. (Lesq. & James.) Jakobshavn, Greenland. (B. Brown.) S...
-XXI. Leucodonteae. 97. Leucodon, Schwaegr - Subgenus IV. Rhytidium, Sulliv
XXI. Leucodonteae. 97. Leucodon, Schwaegr (621.) L. sciuroides, Schwaegr; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 288; Canadian Musci, No. 237. On the bark of trees, Bass River, N.B. (Fowler's Cat....
-Subgenus VI. Ctenidium, Mitt - 19. Dicranella. Schimp
Subgenus VI. Ctenidium, Mitt (868.) H. molluscum, Hedw.; Lesq. & James, Mosses of N. America, 389; Canadian Musci, No. 344. Pictou Co., N.S. (McKay.) On logs, Tobique River, N.B. (Hay.) On rotte...
-24. Fissidens, Hedw - 55. Orthotrichum, Hedw
24. Fissidens, Hedw (131.) F. osmundoides, Hedw. White Bay, Newfoundland. (Rev. A. Waghorne.) (132.) F. adiantoides, Hedw. Battle Harbor, Newfoundland. (Rev. A. Waghorne.) 27. Ceratodon...
-58. Tetraphis, Hedw - 82. Timmia, Hedw
58. Tetraphis, Hedw (376.) T. pellucida, Hedw. Placentia Bay and White Bay, Newfoundland; Deep Water Creek, Labrador. (Rev. A. Waghorne.) 62. Tetraplodon, Bruch & Schimp (387.) T. mnioides...
-85. Psilopilum, Brid - 110. Homalothecium, Bruch & Schimp
85. Psilopilum, Brid (574.) P. arcticum, Brid. St. Paul Island, Behring Sea. (Palmer.) 86. Poconatum, Beauv (577.) P. dentatum, Brid. On earth along the Canadian Pacific Railway at Albert ...
-114. Pseudoleskea, Bruch & Schimp - 2. Ricciocarpus, Corda. V. R. Natans, (Linn.) Corda
114. Pseudoleskea, Bruch & Schimp (679.) P. atrovirens, Dicks. On rocks, White Bay, Newfoundland. (Rev. A. Waghorne.) 115. Heterocladium, Bruch & Schimp (687.) H. dimorphum, Brid. Seal ...
-Order II. Marchantiaceae, Liverworts. 3. Targionia, Linn - 10. Conocephalum, Wiggers
Order II. Marchantiaceae, Liverworts. 3. Targionia, Linn 8. T. hypofhylla, Linn. Under slofing rocks, Pier's farm, and on damp rocks, Parson's Mountain, near Victoria, Vancouver Island, B.C., Ma...
-15. Pallavicinia, S. F, Gray - 35. Hygrobiella, Spruce
15. Pallavicinia, S. F, Gray 32. P. hibernica, (Hook.) S. F. Gray. On the bank of a creek in a beaver meadow, Huntingdon, North Hastings, Ont., September 8th, 1865; on wet limestone rocks at the...
-39. Pleuroclada - 51. Cololejeunea, Schiffn
39. Pleuroclada 137. P. albescens, (Hook.) Spruce. Greenland. (Vahl.) Kobbefjord, near Goethaab, Greenland, 1884. (Warming & Holm.) On earth on the Gold Range, north of Griffin Lake, B.C., alt. ...
-10. Pyxine, Fr., Tuckerm - 29. Urceolaria, Tuckerm
10. Pyxine, Fr., Tuckerm 87. p, sorediata, Fr. On trees and rocks. On trees, Tobique River, N.B. (G. U. Hay.) On trees at Bad-deck, Cape Breton Island, N.S., July, 1898; on balsam, spruce and...
-30. Thelotrema, (Ach.) Eschw - 43. Xylographa, Fries
30. Thelotrema, (Ach.) Eschw 274. T. lepadinum, (Ach.) On bark of trees and dead wood. On bark of trees, Labrador or Newfoundland. (Waghorne fide Eckfeldt.) Arctic America. (Richardson.) On a...
-46. Mycoforum, Nyl - 56. Sagedia, Mass
46. Mycoforum, Nyl 536. M. pycnocarpum, Nyl. On bark of oak trees at Aylmer, Que.; abundant on young trees of Acer rufrrum in a. swamp above the Central Ontario Junction, Hastings Co., Ont. (Mac...
-5. Phascum, Linn. 38. P. Cuspidatum, Schreb - 12. Dicranoweisia, Lindb
5. Phascum, Linn. 38. P. Cuspidatum, Schreb On earth on the wood roads around the base of Queenston Heights, Ont.; in fine fruit, May 8th, 1901. Found only on hard baked earth. (Macoun) 9. Eucla...
-14. Rhabdoweisia, Bruch & Schimp. 55. R. Striata, Schrad - 29. Distichium, Bruch & Schimp
14. Rhabdoweisia, Bruch & Schimp. 55. R. Striata, Schrad R. fugax, Bruch & Schimp, Cat. Can. Musci., Pt. VI., 16. On rocks, Câche Lake, Algonquin Park, July 12th, 1900. (Macoun.) 17. Trematod...
-30. Seligeria, Bruch & Schimp - 60. Dissodon, Grev. & Arn
30. Seligeria, Bruch & Schimp 149. S. campylopoda, Kindb. Quite common and in fine fruit on damp limestone rocks, Foster's Flats, Niagara River, Ont, May 16th, 1901. (Macoun.) 34. Pottia, Ehr...
-61. Tayloria, Hook - 68. Conostomum, Swartz
61. Tayloria, Hook 383. T. tenuis, (Dicks.) Schimp On cow's dung in woods near Baddeck, Cape Breton Island, N.S., July 8th, 1898. 384. T. splachnoides, Hook. On earth on mountains, Chilliw...
-10. Catoscopium, Brid - 88. Diphyscium, Mohr
10. Catoscopium, Brid 418. C. nigritum, (Hedw) Brid. In fine fruit about springs at Dawson, Yukon, May 7th, 1899 (Williams.) MEESIA, Hedw. 420. M. uliginosa, Hedw. M. trichodes, (Linn.)...
-89. Buxbaumia, Hall - 98. Pterigynandrum, Hedw
89. Buxbaumia, Hall 1105. B. indusiata, Bridel; Kindb., Bryol. N. Am. & Eur. 391. This species was included in B. aphylla, in Part VI., p. 157. I am obliged to Mrs. G. E. Britton for the determi...
-100. Antitrichia, Brid - 106. Lescuraea, Schimp
100. Antitrichia, Brid 1114. A. gigantea. (Sulliv. & Lesq.) Kindb., Revue Bryol. 1895. A. curtipendtda, Brid. var. gigantea, Cat. Can. Musci, p. 165. On trees at Dyea Creek; on rocks at Skagway,...
-1123. A Subrigidulus, Kindb., Bryol. N. Am. & Eur., 11 - Subgenus VI. - Ctenidium, Hedw
1123. A Subrigidulus, Kindb., Bryol. N. Am. & Eur., 11 Differs from A. tectorum in the leaves being more distinctly recurved to the short acumen; middle cells round-oval; costa generally reaching ...









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