(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 north side of the Thompson River, at Kamloops, B.C., 1889. (Macoun.)

(1527.) C. aggregata, Spreng.; Macoun, Cat. II., 330.

Five miles south of Allison's, Similkameen, B.C., Aug. 1888. (Dawson.) Amongst gravel at Penticten, at the southern end of Lake Okanagan, B.C., 1889. (Macoun.)

(3158.) G. coronopipolia, Pers.; Gray, Synop. Fl. I., 145.

(Standing Cypress.)

A garden escape. On a gravelly knoll by a roadside near Port Dover, Norfolk Co., Ont., Aug. 1888. (A. W. Henshaw.) There is no doubt but this is a garden escape, as it is often cultivated.

(1529.) G. capitata, Dougl.; Macoun, Cat. II., 330.

South of Shawnigan Lake, along the Nanaimo Railway, Vancouver Island; gravelly slope at Sicamous, B.C., 1889. (Macoun.)

(3159.) G. ACHILLEaeFOLIA, Benth.; Gray, Synop. I., 147.

On the Nanaimo Railway, near Shawnigan Lake, Vancouver Island, 1887. (Macoun.) It is probable that both the above species have been introduced with grain from Oregon.