S. Bermudiana, Michx., Fl. I., 33.
Very common, either under this form or the next, from the Atlantic to the Pacific. As the next is the commoner form, we place all general references to S. Bermudiana under it and only record here the specimens we have seen. Newfoundland to the Saskatchewan. (Hooker, Fl.) New Harbor, Newfoundland. (Rev. A. Waghorne.) Amherst Island Magdalen Islands, N.S. (J. Richardson.) Coast of Gaspé, Q., and at Belleville, Ont. (Macoun.) Vicinity of Hamilton, Ont. (Logie.) Kitaman Eiver, Kootanie Valley, Rocky Mountains. (Dawson.) Donald, Columbia Valley, B.C. (Macoun.) Sitka. (Rothr. Alask.)
(2276.) S. mucronatum, Michx. Fl. I., 33; Hook., Fl. II.,206.
S. Bermudiana, Linn. Var. mucronatum, Gray, Man. Ed. V., 517.
Petty Harbor, Newfoundland. (R. Bell.) Windsor, Halifax and Pictou, N.S. (Sommers, Cat.) Wet meadows, Louisburg, Cape Breton. (Macoun.) Meadows at Sherbrooke, Guysboro Co., N.S. (Faribault.) Among grass, everywhere, New Brunswick. (Fowler, Cat.) Through, out Quebec and Ontario, and extending to Hudson Bay on the north, and including the prairie region, the Rocky Mountains, British Columbia and Vancouver Island. All collectors throughout this immense region have met with it, and although it takes the form of Var. albidum on the prairies, and becomes more scabrous and taller on Vancouver Island, there are no constant characters to separate it into varieties.
(2277.) S. Californicum, Ait. Hort. Kew. (Ed. 1) IV., 135.
S. lineatum, Torrey, Pacif. Ry. Rep., IV., 143.
Abundant along the shores of Shawnagin Lake; Home Lake, near Qualicum; and Sproat Lake, near Alberni, Vancouver Island, 1887. (Macoun.)
2278.) S. grandiflorum, Dougl. Hook., Fl. II., 207.
A. most lovely flower and one of the earliest; on dry mossy rocks, amongst oaks in the southern part of Vancouver Island, especially at Victoria and Cedar Hill. (Dawson, Fletchcr, Macoun.)