(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, belong to A. conspicuus.

(1039.) A. campestris, Nutt.; Macoun, Cat. II., 224.

Guichon Creek, Nicola Valley, B.C., 1888. (Dawson.)

(1046.) A. Novi-Belgii, Linn., var. litoreus, Gray, Synop. Fl. II., 189.

Salt marsh, and along the bridge that crosses it, near Shaw's Hotel, Brackley Point, Prince Edward Island, 1888. (Macoun.)

(3135.) A. patulus, Lara.; Gray, Man., ed. VI., 262.

New Brunswick. (Gray, Man.) We have never seen this species, and would be glad if New Brunswick botanists could detect it.

(2171.) A. Tradescanti, Linn.; Macoun, Cat. III., 545.

This species differs from A. paniculatus in having its leaves (chiefly) linear and tapering to a long slender point. Probably common throughout Ontario, but confounded with A. paniculatus. Quite common at Hull, Que., and Casselman, 29 miles from Ottawa. (Macoun.) Not uncommon at Ottawa. (W.Scott.)

(2173.) A. occidentalism Nutt.; Macoun, Cat. III., 546.

In various forms and very abundant along lakes and streams in all parts (visited) of Vancouver Island; also at Shuswap Lake, B.C. (Macoun.)

(1049.) A. puniceus, Linn., var. lucidulus, Gray, Synop. Fl. II., 195.

Rivière du Loup, Q. Aug., 1889. (St. Gyr.)

Var. laevicaulis, Gray, Synop., Fl II., 195.

References under A. puniceus, var. firmus, Part II., 226, belong here.

(1053.) A. peregrinus, Pursh; Macoun, Cat. II., 226.

In crevices of rocks at the summit of Mount Arrowsmith, Vancouver Island, 1887; alt. 5900 feet. (Macoun.)

(1054.) A. foliaceus, Lindl., var. Eatoni, Gray, Synop. Fl. II., 194.

Not uncommon on King's Farm at Cedar Hill, near Victoria, Vancouver Island, 1887. (Macoun.)

Var. pubescens, Gray, l.c.,

Salt marshes, along Barclay Sound, amongst the islands near Cape Beale, Vancouver Island, 1887. (Macoun.)

(1067.) A - subulatus, Michx., Fl II., 111.

In salt marshes along the outer sands of Brackley Point, Prince Edward Island, 1888. (Macoun). In Part II., 229, under this number I placed a specimen collected along the coast of Lake Huron, but it is more likely a form of A. paniculatus.