American Mistletoe (Plioradendron flavescens). Page 425. On deciduous trees. Dwarf Mistletoe (Arceuthobium pusillum). Page 426. On pines and larches. Indian Pipe. Corpse Plant (Monotropa uniflora). Page no.

In shaded woods, especially pine. Possessing no chlorophyll, and parasitic on roots or saprophytic on decaying vegetable matter. Pinesap. False Beech Drops (M. Hypopitis). Page 276. In rich woods, like the preceding. Dodder. Love Vine (Cuscuta arvensis). Page 433. In dry soil, parasitic on many small plants. (C. Coryli). Page 433. Parasitic on shrubs in open woods, etc. (C. Gronovii). Page 432. The commonest of the genus, parasitic on herbs and shrubs growing in wet or dry woods. Cancer-root. Beech-drops (Epifagus virginiana). Page 351.

Parasitic on the roots of beech, and occasionally other trees. Squaw-root. Cancer-root (Conopholis americana). Page 210.

Root parasite. One-flowered Cancer-root (Orobanche uniflora). Page 351.

In damp woodlands. Other members of this genus attack clover, hemp, tomato vines, tobacco, etc.