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INDEX TO VOLUME V. 



New names and the names of new genera and species are printed in boldface type. 



Abies, 190; balsamea, 188-193; ven " 

usta, 94 
Abortiporus, 28, 43 ; distortus, 43 
Abrams, L. R., Notes on the Flora of 
Southern California. 15 ; Remarks on 
Californian Conifers, 93 ; personal, 35, 

97 

Abrams' Flora of Los Angeles and Vi- 
cinity, 45 

Acacia, 35 

Acalypha gracilens, 145 ; ostryaefolia, 

145 

Acer dasycarpum, 189 ; pennsylvanicum, 
188, 192, 193 ; rubrum, 188, 190, 192, 
193; saccharum, 188, 189, 190, 193; 
spicatum, 189 

Aconitum uncinatum, 153 

Acrostichum, 38, 39, 88, 124, 219; 
aureum, 36; Moorei, 88, 123; poly- 
podioides, 171, 172 

Adiantum, 219 ; pedatum, 190, 193 

Adirondack Mountains, The Plant For- 
mations of the, 187 

Adlumia fungosa, 153 

Agariceae of Temperate North America, 
A Key to the, 213 

Agaricus, 202, 214; Aesculi, 214; cam- 
pestris, 141, 202; confragosus, 214; 
juniperinus, 214; quercinus, 202, 214 

Agrimonia, 128 

Agrostis rubra, 192 

Alaria esculenta, 95 

Albugo, 201 

Aletris farinosa, 56 

Algae in the Bahamas, Collecting, 72 

Algae, Recent Advances in the Phy- 
togeny of the green, 52 

Alnus, 191, 192; alnobetula, 191, I92 

Alsophila, 2 19 

Amanitopsis vaginata, 86 

Amaranthus, 136; pumilus, 136; spino- 
sus, 145 

Ambrosia bidentata, 158 ; trifida, 158 

Amelanchier arguta, 107 ; canadensis, 
194; oligocarpa, 193 

Ames, O., personal, 117 

Ampelis cedrorum, 69 

Ampelopsis arborea, 139-142 

Andropogon diversiflorus, 109, no; fir- 
mandus, no; scoparius, 56; virgini- 
cus, 56 



Anemone, 166 ; canadensis, 15 ; multi- 
fida, 164, 166 

Angell, L., 130, 131 

Antrodia, 194 ; mollis, 194 

Antrophyum, 39 

Apgar, E. A., death of, 170 

Aphanothece, 94 

Aphis, 119-123 

Aquilegia, 166 ; caerulea, 164, 165 

Arabis arcuata, 47 

Aralia racemosa, 188, 194 ; spinosa, 162 

Arenaria groenlandica, 191, 192 

Arisaema Stewardsonii, 153 

Aristida stricta, 113, 114 

Arthonia, 81 

Arthur, J. C, personal, 19, 77, 133 

Ascyrum stans, 141, 143 

Aspidium, 40, 219 

Asplenium, 40, 219; montanum, 153; 
pinnatifidum, 153; Ruta-muraria, 222 ; 
Trichomanes, 222 

Aster acuminatus, 190 

Astragalus, 216 ; lotiflorus nebraskensis, 
215 ; lotiflorus, 215, 216; nebrasken- 
sis, 216 

Atkinson, G. F., personal, 19, 116, 133 

Atriplex arenaria, 136 

Avena barbata, 47 

Avicennia nitida, 36 

Avrainvillea, 73 

Baccharis halimifolia, 141 

Badhamia, 200 

Bahamas, A botanical Cruise in the, 71 ; 
Collecting Algae in the, 72 

Bailey, L. H., personal, 17 

Baldwinia atropurpurea, 1 14 

Banker, H. J., personal, 133 

Barnes, C. R. , personal, 19, 77, 133 

Barnhart, J. H., personal, 77, 96, 133, 
154, 204 

Barrett, M. F., 35 

Barrett, O. W., personal, 20, 154 

Bates, J. M., Astragalus lotiflorus nebras- 
kensis, 215 

Beadle, C. D., 130 

Berchemia scandens, 142 

Berry, E. W., A Palm from the Mid- 
Cretaceous, 30 ; An old Swamp-Bot- 
tom, 179; Recent Contributions to Our 
Knowledge of Paleozoic Seed Plants, 



223 



224 



14 ; Three Cotyledons in Juglans, 87 ; 

Proceedings of the Club, 14, 34, 50, 

70, 93, 130, 149; personal, 51, 52, 

169 
Besleria sanguinea, 215 
Bessey, C. E., 19 
Betula glandulosa, 191 ; lenta, 190, 192, 

193; lutea, 188, 189, 190, 193 ; papy- 

rifera, 188, 189, 192, 193 ; populifolia, 

189, 193 
Bicknell, E. P., personal, 52 
Bidens frondosa, 142, 144 
Bigelow, M. A., personal, 17 
Binomials in an Index, New, 44 
Birds and Mistletoe, 68 
Blanchard, W. H., personal, 133, 206 
Blephariglottis Blephariglottis, 15 
Blodgett, F. H., personal, 186 
Bolivia, A new Gentian from, 109 
Boehmeria scabra, 142 
Borrichia, 144 ; frutescens, 144 
Botanical Cruise in the Bahamas, A, 71 
Botanical Laboratory at Tucson, Arizona, 

35 
Botanical Meetings in Philadelphia 

(1904), 18, 19 

Botanical Meeting at Lake Champlain, 
117 

Botanical Symposium at Ohio Pyle, 
Pennsylvania, The, 97, 1 17, 152 

Botrychium virginianum, Note on, 160 

Botrychium, 160; australe, 107; cali- 
fornicum, 107 ; dissectum, 162 ; 
gracile, 160; intermedium, 106; neg- 
lectum, 160; obliquum, 162; occi- 
dental, 106; silaifolium, 106; ter- 
natum, 107 ; virginianum, 160, 161, 
162, 193 

Brace, L. J. K., personal, 96 

Brachyphyllum, 182 

Brainerd, E., 130 ; personal, 54, 133, 
206 

Bray, W. L., personal, 133 

Briquet, J., 134 

Britton, E. G., Collecting Experiences in 
Bermuda, 204 ; Flora of the Island 
of New Providence, 73; Southern 
Mosses, 115; personal, 52, 75, 133 

Britton, N. L., A Botanical Cruise in the 
Bahamas, 71 ; Carex Underwoodii, 
10 ; Galactia Curtissii, 33 ; Jac- 
quinia Curtissii, 44; Further Re- 
marks on the Vegetation of the Ba- 
hamas, 219 ; Manual of the Flora of 
the Northern States and Canada, 97 ; 
The Cuban Columneas, 215; Species 
of Crassulaceae, 1 15 ; personal, 36, 51, 
52. 54. 75. 77, »6, 132. 133. 169, 
186, 222 

Brown, A., personal, 17, 51, 52 



Brown, E. , personal, 133 

Brown, S., 131 ; personal, 169, 205 

Bulgaria rufa, 147 

Bumelia tenax, 142, 143 

Burbank, L., personal, 18 

Burgess, E. S., Remarks on summer's 
visit to the Pacific Coast, 204 ; per- 
sonal, 51, 52 

Burnham, S. H., personal, 205 

Burt, E. A., personal, 19 

Cacalia, 182 ; atriplicifolia, 183 ; lanceo- 
lata, 182, 183, 185 ; ovata, 182-184; 
sulcata, 183; tuberosa, 183 

Cactus, 35 

Cactus trait, A curious, 216 

Calceolaria, 115 

Caldwell, O. W., personal, 133 

Californian Conifers, Remarks on, 93 

California, Notes on the Flora of southern 

»5 

Callicarpa, 144; americana, 140, 141, 
142, 144 

Caltha palustris, 15 

Campanula rotundifolia Langsdorfiana, 
194 

Campbell's Mosses and Ferns, 194 

Campbell, D. H., personal, 20, 97, 133 

Camptosorus rhizophyllus, 1 33 

Cannon, W. A., A curious Cactus Fruit, 
216 ; Proceedings International Confer- 
ence on Plant Breeding and Hybridiza- 
tion, 12; personal, 20 

Cape Breton, Remarks on the Flora of 
northern, 15 

Capnoides flavulum, 204 

Carex Bigelovii, 191 ; hystricina, II; 
Underwoodii, 10 

Cassandra calyculata, 191 

Cassia, 35, 127; Chamaecrista, 127 

Ceanothus americanus, 56 

Celtis occidentalis, 142 

Cenchrus tribuloides, 137, 138, 139, 145 

Centaurea Moschata, 158 ; nigrescens, 
158; Scabiosa, 158 

Cephaelis Ipecacuanha, 115 

Cereus, 203 ; giganteus, 35 ; Greggii, 203 

Cerrena, 214 ; unicolor, 214 

Cerrenella, 194 ; coriacea, 195 ; tabacina, 

'95 
Chamaecrista, Derivation of the Name, 

126 
Chamaecrista, 1 26, 127; Pavonia, 127 
Chamaecristapavonis, 127, 128 
Chamaedaphne calyculata, 191, 193 
Chamaerops, 3 1 
Chamberlain, E. B., 18 
Cheilanthes, 40 ; lanosa, 175 
Cheiranthus suffrutescens, 15 
Chimaphila umbellata, 192 



225 



Chiogenes hispidula, 189-191 

Chlamydomonas, 53 

Chondria, 73 

Chondrus crispus, 95 

Christensen's Index Filicum, 217 

Chrysler, M. A., personal, 16 

Chrysopsis graminifolia, 56 

Cimicifuga americana, 153 

Cissus bipinnata, 140, 141 

Citrus, II 

Cladonia, 81 

Clark, A. M., personal, 17, 149 

Clark, N., Cotyledon and Leaf-Structure 

in certain Ranunculaceae, 164 
Classification of Lichens, The, 79 
Clements, F. E., personal, 97 
Clendenin, I., Other Freaks- of Peas, 41 ; 

Twin Pine Embryos, II 
Cliftonia monophylla, 1 14 
Cladocephalus, 220 
Clintonia borealis, 188, 189, 190, 1 92 
Cockerell, T. D. A., A laciniate Rubus, 

198 ; Melampodium, 70 ; Names of 

Insects, 145 ; New Binomials in an 

Index, 44 
Coccothrinax, 36 
Coker, W. C, Observations on the Flora 

of the Isle of Palms, Charleston, S. 

C. , 135; personal, 132 
Coleochaete, 53 
Collins, J. F\, personal, 154 
Coltricia, 28, 44; cinnamomea, 44; 

Memmingeri, 44 ; obesa, 44 ; parvula, 

44 ; perennis, 44 ; tomentosa, 44 
Coltriciella, 28, 44 ; dependent, 44 
Columneas, The Cuban, 215 
Columnea cubensis, 215; sanguinea, 

215 ; tincta, 215 
Collandra sanguinea, 215 
Comatricha laxa, 86 
Conifers, Remarks on Californian, 93 
Conocarpus sericea, 36 
Contributions to Fungus and Slime- 
Mould Flora of Long Island, 85 
Cook, M. T., 20 
Cook, O. F. , personal, 74 
Cooley, G. E., 94 
Copeland, E. B., personal, 132 
Coptis trifolia, 190-192 
Copp, G. G. , personal, 74 
Coreopsis major Oemleri, 56; tinctoria 

atropurpurea, 158 
Corethrogyne filaginifolia, 47 
Cornus alternifolia, 193 ; canadensis, 

190-192 ; stricta, 141 
Cotyledon and Leaf-Structure in certain 

Ranunculaceae, 164 
Coulter, J. M., personal, 186 
Coville, F. V., personal, 19, 78, 116, 

•33 



Covillea, 26, 27 

Cowell, J. F. , personal, 20, 74 

Cowles, H. C, personal, 19, 77 

Cox, C. F., personal, 52 

Cracca virginiana, 56 

Crassulaceae. species of, 115 

Crataegus, 216; Oxyacantha, 119, 120 

Crawford, J., 19, 98 

Crista Pavonis, 126, 1 27 

Croton, 137 ; maritimus, 137 ; punctatus, 

136, 141 
Cuban Columneas, The, 215 
Cunninghamites, 181 
Cupressus macrocarpa, 94 
Cuthbert, A., 130 
Cyclophorus, 219 
Cycloporus, 28, 44, 214 ; Greenei, 44, 

214 
Cynodon Dactylon, 144, 145 
Cyperus esculentus, 145 ; Nuttallii, 145 ; 

pseudovegetus, 145 
Cypripedium acaule, 192; reginae, 15 
Cystococcus, 81 
Cystopus, 201 
Cytological Differences between the Pal- 

melta and filamentous Forms of Stigeo- 

clonium, 100 

Daedalea, 202; confragosa, 86 

Dalibarda repens, 153, 188 

Dammara, 1 82 

Dana, C. R., 1 30 

Dasystoma pectinata, 56 

Datura Stramonium, 145 

Daucus Carota in Haiti, On the Occur- 
rence of, 196 

Davallia, 38, 219 

Davidson, A., personal, 133 

Davis, C. Abbott, 16 

Davis, Charles A., personal, 132 

Dendrophagus, 197 

Denton, M., 14 

Dennstaedtia, 219; punctilobula, 193 

Desert Botanical Laboratory, 35 

DeVries' Species and Varieties ; their 
origin by mutation, 89; personal, 76 

Diapensia lapponica, 191 

Dicerandra odoratissima, 114 

Dicksonia pilosiuscula, 193 

Dicranum, 190 

Diervilla trifida, 193 

Digitalis, 92 

Dinkelspiel, Mrs. H., 219 

Diodia, 83, 84 ; teres, 83 ; virginiana, 

83, 142 
Dioscorea divaricata, 158 
Dirca palustris, 153 
Distichlis spicata, 145 
Doorly, C. C, 149 



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Dryopteris, 219; Filix-mas, 15; nove- 

boracensis, 188; Thelypteris, 142 
Duggar, B. M., personal, 20, 116, 133 
Durand, E. J., personal, 170 
Durvillea utilis, 95 

Karnes, E. H., personal, 20, 206 
Earle, F. S., personal, 16, 17, 20 
Eastwood, A., Abrams' Flora of Los 

Angeles and Vicinity, 45 
Edson, A. W., death of, 133 
Eggert, H., death of, 132 
Eggleston, W. W., Amelanchier arguta, 

107; personal, 50, 52, 130, 131 
Elaphoglossum, 124; Bangii, 88, 124, 

125 ; Moorei, 89 
Elephantopus carolinianus, 143 
Kleusine indica, 143, 145 
Ellis, J. B., A new Rosellinia from 

Nicaragua, 87 
Empetrum, 191 ; nigrum, 191 
Empusa Muscae, 86 
Endosphaera, 53 
Endotrichia, 95 
Enteromorpha, 94 
Ephedra. 35 
Epipactis gigantea, 46 
Erigeron macranthus mirus, 45 
Eriocaulon, 193; decangulare, 114; lin- 

eare, 114 
Friogonum tomentosum, 1 14 
Eriophorum vaginatum, 191, 192 
Erpodium, 115 
Eucheuma spinosum, q5 
Eupatorium album, 56; leucolepis, 143, 

144 
Euphorbia maculata, 47 ; polygonifolia, 

137 
Evans, A. W., North American Flora, 

III; personal , 20 
Example of Complex Life-Relationship, 

An, 119 
Experiment to show that the Absence of 

Light alone will prevent the Process of 

Photosynthesis, 67 

Fagara Clava-Herculis, 142-144 
Fagopyrum Polygonum, 198 
Fagus americana, 188, 189, 190, 192, 193 
Fairchild, D. G., personal, 206 
Farlow's Bibliographical Index of North 
American Fungi, 200; personal, 18, 

»9. 77 
Favolus, 194; variegatus, 195 
Ferguson, M. C, 20 
Fern, A much-named* 87, 123 
Ferns, The early Writers on, 37 
Filicifolia, 171 
Fimbristylis spadicea, 145 
Flabellaria, 31, 32; magothiensis, 32; 

minima, 31 



Flahault, C, personal, 134 

Flora of the Isle of Palms, Charleston, 
S. C. , Observation on the, 135 

Flora of southern California, Notes on 
the, 15 

Flora of northern Cape Breton, Remarks 
en the, 15 

Flora of Los Angeles and Vicinity, 
Abrams', 45 

Floras. A statistical Method for compar- 
ing the Age of different, 207 

Flowers, Artificial Coloring of, 211 

Flowering of Yucca australis, 104 

Flynn, N. F., personal, 54 

Fouquieria, 35; splendens, 176-178 

Fraxinus americana, 189 

Frullania, 115 

Frutex Pavoninus, 127 

Fucus vesiculosus, 96 

Funalia, 194 ; stuppea, 195 ; villosa, 195 

Fungi, Terms applied to the Surface Ap- 
pendages of, 60 

Fungus and Slime-Mould Flora of Long 
Island, Contribution to, 85 

Gager, C. S., Preliminary Notes on the 

Effect of Radio-activity on Plants, 150 ; 

Proceeding of the Club, 221 ; personal, 

54, 170 
Galactia Curtisii, 33 ; multiflora, 34 ; 

volubilis, 143, 144 
Galera tenera, 86 
Galium asprellum, 193 ; hispidulum, 143, 

144; kamtschaticum, 15 
Galtonian Regression in the "pure 

line," 21 
Ganoderma, 28 ; flabelliforme, 28, Tsu- 

gae, 28, 86 
Ganong, W. F., personal, 18 
Gaultheria procumbens, 192 
Gaylussacia resinosa, 194 
Gelidium, 95 ; cartilagineum, 95 ; cor- 

neum, 95 
Gelsemium sempervirens, 139, 142 
Gentian from Bolivia, A new, 109 
Gentiana dolicbaotha, 109 ; linearis, 

191 ; punicea, 109 
Geonomites, 32 
Geonoma, 31 
Georgia, Some large Specimens of small 

Trees in, I 2 
Gigartina, 95 
Gilg, E., A new Gentian from Bolivia, 

109 
Gleason, H. A., personal, 205 
Gleophyllum, 214 ; Berkeleyi, 214 ; 

hirsutum, 214; pallidofulvum, 214 
Gloiopeltis, 95 ; tenax, 95 
Godetia Dudleyana, 15 
Godfrey, C. C, 219 
Goeckel, H. J., 149 



227 



Goniophlebium, 174; incanum, 171 

Goodlatte, A. R., 35 

Goody era repens, 192 

Gracilaria lichenoides, 95 

Grasses new to the West Indies, A Trio 
of, 109 

Graves, A. H. , 20 

Greene, E. L. , Derivation of the Name 
Chamaecrista, 126 ; Origin of Rhus 
bipinnata, 155 ; Some Ptelea Segre- 
gates, 99 ; personal, 77 

Grifola, 28 ; Berkeleyi, 29 ; fractipes, 29 ; 
frondosa, 29 ; poripes, 29 ; ramosis- 
sima, 29 ; Sumstinei, 29 

Grout, A. J., 149 

Guigflardia Bidwellii, 86 

Gymnogramme, 38 

Gymnosorus, 73 

Habenaria orbiculata, 192 

Haiti, On the Occurrence of Daucus 
Carota in, 196 

Halimeda, 73, 220 

Hamamelis virginica, 194 

Hanks, L. T., 35 

Hanmer, C. C., A note regarding the 
Discharge of Spores of Pleurotus ostre- 
atus, 146 

Hapalopilus, 194 ; gilvus, 195 ; licnoides, 
195 ; rutilans, 195 ; sublilacinus, 195 

Harper, R. A., 19 

Harper, R. M., A statistical Method for 
comparing the Age of different Floras, 
207 ; Mesadenia lanceolata and its 
Allies, 182 ; Notes on the Wire-Grass 
Country of Georgia, 113; Some large 
Specimens of small Trees in Georgia, 
162; Some noteworthy Stations for 
Pinuspalustris, 55 ; Two misinterpreted 
Species of Xyris, 128 ; Proceedings of 
the Club, 219; personal, 205 

Harshberger, J. W., MacDougal, Vail, 
Shull, & Small's Mutants and Hy- 
brids of the Oenotheras, 147 ; The 
Plant Formations of the Adirondack 
Mountains, 187 ; personal, 205 

Harris, C. W., 18 

Harris, J. A., New Fasciations, 157 

Havard, V., personal, 54 

Hazen, T. E., Recent Advances in the 
Phylogeny of the Green Algae, 52 ; 
personal, 5*> 22 2 

Heald, F. D., personal, 97 

Helianthus, 158 ; divaricatus, 56 

Herposiphonia, 73 

Heuchera Curtisii, 1 53; elegans, 15 

Hexagona, 28 ; alveolaris, 28 ; daedalea, 
28 ; floridana, 28 ; micropora, 28 

Hibiscus Moscheutos, 158 

Hicks, C. K., 149 



Hitchcock, A. S., work of 117 

Hochreutiner, G., personal, 133 

Hollick, A., 19, 186 

Holway, E. W. D., personal, 1 16 

Hormiscia, 53 

Horticultural Society of New York, fifth 
annual Exhibition of, 96 

House, H. D. , Lespedeza velutina Bick- 
nell a Homonym, 167 ; Lespedeza 
Bicknellii, 167 

Houstonia, The Course of the Pollen 
Tube in, 83 

Houstonia, 83 ; caerulea, 191 ; purpurea, 
153; serpyllifolia, 153 

Howe, C. D., personal, 16, 54, 133 

Howe, M. A., Collecting Algae in the 
Bahamas, 72; Farlow's Bibliograph- 
ical Index of North American F'ungi, 
200; Proceedings of the Club, 1 13, 
202; personal, 36, 51, 52, 75, 78, 
186, 222 

Hume, H. H., personal, 16 

Hydrangea, 67 

Hydrocotyle ranunculoides, 142 

Hypholomacapnoides, 86 ; sublateritium, 
86 

Hypnum Crista- castrensis, 190; splen- 
dens, 190 

Ilex glabra, 59 ; monticola, 153 ; myrti- 

folia, 164 ; opaca, 142 ; vomitoria, 

140, 142, 143 
Impatiens biflora, 193 
Index, New Binomials in an, 44 
I nodes Palmetto, 138 
Inonotus, 194; amplectens, 195; dryo- 

philus, 195 ; hirsutus, 195 ; perplexus, 

195 ; radiatus, 195 
Insects, Names of, 145 
International Botanical Congress, 133,134 
Ionidium, 115 
Ipomoea littoralis, 137 ; pandurata, 159 ; 

PesCaprae, 137 ; speciosa, 143 
Iriartea, 31 
Ischaemum latifolium, IIO; rugosum, 

no 
Ischnoderma, 194 ; fuliginosum, I94ata, 
Iva, 137; frutescens, 144; imbricata, 

137 

Jacquinia brevifolia, 44 ; Curtissii, 44 ; 

stenophylla, 44 
Jeffrey, E. C, personal, 18, 74, 133 
Jepson, W. L., personal, 97, 133 
Johnson, D. S., personal, 206 
Jones, L. R., personal, 54 
Juglans, Three Cotyledons in, 87 
Juglans regia, 87 
Juniperus communis alpina, 193 ; hyp- 

noides, 182; virginiana, 141, 142 



228 



Kalmia glauca, 191, 192 

Kane, J. I., personal, 52 

Kaufman, P., 219 

Kelsey, F. 1)., death of, 16 

Kellerman, W. A., The Gray Polypody 
in Ohio, 197 ; personal, 17, 222 

Key to the Agariceae of temperate North 
America, A, 213 

Key to the brown sessile Polyporeae of 
temperate North America, A, 194 

Key to the stipitate Polyporaceae of tem- 
perate North America, A, 28, 43 

King, C. A., Experiment to show that 
the Absence of Light alone will pre- 
vent the Process of Photosynthesis, 67 

Kirkwood, J. E., 20 

Knox, A. A., 35; personal, 116 

Kosteletzkya althaeifolia, 142 

Kraemer, H., Artificial Coloring of 
Flowers, 211 

Kubin, W. K., 130 

Kuhnistera pinnata, 114 

Lactuca elongata, 142 

Laminaria, 95 ; japonica, 95 ; saccharina, 

95 

Larix americana, 189, 190 

Latanites, 31 

Latham, M. E., personal, 1 16 

Laurencia, 73 

Laurocerasus caroliniana, 142, 143 

Lavatera assurgentiflora, 47 

Leavitt, R. G., personal, 133 

Lechea, 142 

Ledum groenlandicum, 190-192 

Lejeunea, 115; biseriata, 115 

Lenzites, 214; betulina, 214 

Lepicystis, 174; incana, 171 

Lepidium latipes, 47 

Leptochloa fascicularis, 137, 144, 145 

Lespedeza Bicknellli, 167 ; velutina, 
167 

Levy, D., 219 

Lichens, The Classification of, 79 

Lighthipe, L. H., Proceedings of the 
Club, 94; personal, 131 

Linnaea americana, 190-192 

Lippia nodiflora, 142 

Lithophragma heterophylla, 47 

Livingston, B. E., personal, 17, 170 

Lloyd, F. E., Campbell's Mosses and 
Ferns, 199 ; Desert Botanical Labora- 
tory at Tucson, Arizona, 35 ; English 
edition of Goebel's Organographie der 
Pflanzen, 167 ; Remarks on the Genus 
Lycopodium, 70 ; Summer's Experi- 
ences at the Desert Botanical Labora- 
tory of the Carnegie Institution, 203 ; 
The artificial Induction of Leaf Forma- 
tion in the Ocotillo, 175 ; The Course 



of the Pollen Tube in Houstonia, 83 ; 

personal, 16, 19, 51, 70, 74, 78, 116, 

170, 186, 222 
Lobelia Dortmanna, 193 
Long Island, Contribution to Fungus and 

Slime-Mould Flora of, 85 
Lonicera caerulea, 191 
Lord, S. K., personal, 54 
Los Angeles, Abrams' Flora of, 45 
Ludwigia virgata, 142 
Lupinus Stiversi, 47 ; formosus, 47 
Lycopodium, 70; alpinum, 200; anno- 

tinum, 190 ; complanatum, 200 ; lu- 

cidulum, 188, 190, 192 ; Selago, 191 ; 

tristachyum, 153; volubile, 200 
Lyginodendron, 14 
Lysias orbiculata, 192 

MacBride, T. IL, 19 
MacCallum, W. B., personal, 96 
MacDougal, D. T., Bud-Sports; Occur- 
rence and Hereditary Qualities, 221 ; 
Discontinuous Variation and the Origin 
of Species, I ; MacDougal, Vail, 
Shull, & Small's Mutants and Hybrids 
of the Oenotheras, 147 ; personal, 17, 

19, 5 1 . 7o, 74. 7 8 > '32. l 86 » 222 
Macloskie, G., Duplex Names, 198 ; per- 
sonal, 206 
Macoun, J., 20 

Magnolia glauca, 59; virginiana, 1 14 
Manicaria, 31 

Marble, D. W., personal, 52, 130 
Marchantia polymorpha, 192 
Marginaria, 172, 173; minima, 172, 

174; polypodioides, 171, 173 
Marshallia grandiflora, 153; ramosa, 

114 
Maxon, W. R., personal, 16, 20, 133, 

205 
McOuat, M., 149 
Medeola virginica, 188, 192 
Meibomia, 144 
Melampodium, 70 
Melia Azedarach, 159 
Melocactus, 35 

Mesadenia lanceolata and its Allies, 182 
Mesadenia, 144, 182, 183; dentata, 183; 

Elliottii, 184; lanceolata, 114, 182, 

183, 185 ; lanceolata virescens, 185 ; 

ovata, 184 
Methonica superba, 14 
Micranthemum orbiculatum, 142 
Microdictyon, 73 
Microstaphyla, 125 ; Bangii, 88, 89, 125 ; 

Moorei, 88, 125 
Miller, M. F., personal, 18 
Millspaugh, C. F., Further Remarks on 

the Vegetation of the Bahamas, 219; 

personal, 20, 36, 54, 133, 205 



229 



Mistletoe, Birds and, 68 

Mitchella repens, 188, 192 

Monarda punctata, 141, 144 

Monardella macrantha, 47 

Monotropa uniflora, 190 

Moore, G. T., personal, 18, 76, 154 

Morris, E. L., 20 

Morris, Mrs. K. T., 219 

Moms rubra, 140-142 

Mucilago spongiosa, 86 

Mulford, F. A., 130; personal, 52 

Murray, G., personal, 169 

Murrill, W. A., A Key to the Agariceae 
of temperate North America, 213; A 
Key to the stipitate Polyporaceae of 
temperate North America, 28,44; Sum- 
mer Collections of Fungi, 204; Terms 
applied to the Surface and Surface Ap- 
pendages of Fungi, 60 ; Tomophagus 
for Dendrophagus, 197; personal, 50, 
52, 70, 78, 117, 170, 186, 222 

Myrica, 144, 182 ; carolinensis, 140-143 

Myrtus Ugni, 198 

Nabalus Booth, 191 

Names, Duplex, 198 

Names of Insects, 145 

Nash, G. V., A Paspalum new to the 
West Indies, 6 ; A Trio of Grasses 
new to the West Indies, 109 ; The 
Vegetation of Inaguas, 35 ; personal, 
5 2 > 75. !3 2 > '7 > '86, 222 

Nature's Engrafting, 108 

Nelumbo, 31 

Nemexia herbacea melica, 45 ; melica, 

45 

Neowashingtonia, 128 

Nephrodium, 219 

News Items, 16, 36, 53, 74, 96, 116, 
132, 154, 169, 186, 205, 222 

Newcombe, F. C., personal, 132 

New Binomials in an Index, 44 

New Fasciations, 157 

New Gentian from Bolivia, A, 109 

New Kosellinia from Nicaragua, A, 87 

Nicaragua, A new Rosellinia from, 87 

Nipa, 31 

Nipadites, 31 

Niphobolus, 219 

North America, A Key to the Agariceae 
of temperate, 213 ; A Key to the Stipi- 
tate Polyporaceae of temperate, 28, 
43 ; Onagra grandiflora in, 9 

Norton, J. B., 20 

Nostoc commune flagelliforme, 94 

Notes on the Gray Polypody, 171 

Note regarding the Discharge of Spores 
of Pleurotus ostreatus, A, 146 

Note on Botrychium virginianum, 160 

Noteworthy Stations for Pinus palustris, 
Some, 55 



Nuphar advena, 193 
Nymphaea advena, 193 
Nyssa biflora, 114; Ogeche, 114; uni- 
flora, 59 

Observations on the Flora of the Isle of 
Palms, Charleston, S. C, 135 

Ocotillo, The artificial Induction of Leaf 
Formation in the, 175 

Oenotheras, Mutants and Hybrids of the, 

147 

Oenothera, 5, 147 ; argillicola, 148 ; 
biennis, 148 ; cruciata, 148 ; grandi- 
flora, 9, 10, 147, 148 ; humifusa, 137 ; 
Lamarckiana, 10, 147, 148 ; muricata, 
148 ; Oakesiana, 148 

Ohio Pyle, Botanical Symposium at, 152 

Ohio, The Gray Polypody in, 197 

Ohno, N., 20 

Olea americana, 142 

Oligonema nitens, 86 

Omphalia campanella, 86 

Onagra grandiflora in North America, 9 

Onagra elliptica, 6 ; gigas, b ; grandi- 
flora, 9, 10 ; Lamarckiana, 9, 91 ; 
nanella, 5 ; rubrinervis, 6 ; scintillans, 
b ; subovata, 6 

Oncidium, 1 17 

Opizia stolonifera, 1 10 

Opuntia Fngelmannii, 216 ; Kicus-indica, 
217; fulgida, 217; Opuntia, 143; 
Pes-Corvi, 143 

Oreodoxites, 31 

Origin of Rhus bipinnata, 155 

Osmanthus americana, 142 

Osmunda cinnamomea, 189, 190 ; Clay- 
toniana, 189; interrupta, 189 

Osterhout, G. E., 130; personal, 133 

Oxalis Acetosella, 188-192 

Oxycoccus Oxycoccus, 191, 192 

Oxygraphis, 165, 166; Cymbalaria, 165, 
166 

Oxypolis filiformis, 1 14 

Pachyphytum, 115 

Palm from the Mid-Cretaceous, A, 30 

Palliser, H. L., personal, 71 

Pammel, L. H., 20 

Panaeolus acidus, 34 ; campanulatus, 86 

Panicularia elongata, 190 

Panicum, 7 ; agrostoides, 145 ; amarum, 

137. '45 ! furcellatum, 7 ; lanugi- 

nosum, 143, 144 ; virgatum, 145 
Painter, J. H., personal, 205 
Parish, S. B., Birds and Mistletoe, 68; 

Flowering of Yucca australis, 104 
Parkinsonia, 35 ; aculeata, 26 ; Torrey- 

ana, 26 
Parmelia, 81 
Parnassia parviflora, 15 
Parthenocissus quinquefolia, 140, 142 



230 



Paspalum new to the West Indies, A, 6 

Paspalum, 6, 7, 8 ; altissimum, 143, 
145 ; angustifolium, 89 ; lineare, 7, 8, 
9 ; Neesii, 7, 8, 9 ; tropicum, 7 

Passiflora incarnata, 140, 141 

Patterson, F. W., 20 

Peas, Other Freaks of, 41 

Peck, C. H., 17 

Peet, L. H., death of, 186 

Penicillus, 73 ; capitatus, 73 ; dumeto- 
sus, 73 ; Lamourouxii, 73 ; pyriformis, 

73 
Pentstemon dissectus, 114, 184 
Peramium Menziesii, 15 ; repens, 192 
Perkins, J., personal, 133 
Persea Borbonia, 140, 141 
Phaeolus, 1 94 ; sistotremoides, 1 95 
Phaseolus vulgaris, 21 
Phegopteris, 40 
Phleum pratense, 145 
Phoenix, 31 
Pholiota adiposa, 86 
Phoradendron californicum, 69 ; flaves- 

cens, 68, 142 
Photosynthesis, Experiment to show that 

Absence of Light alone will prevent 

the Process of, 67 
Phycomycetes, 86 
Physalis pubescens, 138, 145 
Phytolacca decandra, 138, 139 
Picea, 182, 193 ; Mariana, 189, 190, 192, 

193; rubens, 189, 190, 193 
Pierce, M., 149 
Pieris, 108 ; nitida, 108 ; phillyreaefolia, 

108 
Pike, N. , death of, 74 
Pikea, 74 
Pilocereus, 35 
Pinckneya pubens, 114 
Pine Embryos, Twin; II 
Pinus palustris, Some noteworthy Sta- 
tions for, 55 
Pinus echinata, 56-58; Elliottii, 1 14; 

palustris, 55-59, 114; pungens, 58; 

resinosa, r89, 193; serotina, 114; 

Strobns, 56, 188, 189, 190, 192, 193 ; 

Taeda, 57, 58, 141, 142 ; Torreyana, 

94 ;Virginiana, 57, 58 
Piper, C. V., personal, 133 
Plantago lanceolata, 159 ; major, 197 ; 

Rugelii, 159 
Plant Breeding and Hybridization, Pro- 
ceedings ; International Conference on, 

12 
Plant Formations of the Adirondack 

Mountains, The, 187 
Plants, Fund for Protection of native, 

117 
Platanus, 182 
Pleurotus ostreatus, A Note regarding 

the Discharge of Spores of, 146 



Pluteus cervinus, 86 

Poa, 120 

Pogonia, 179 

Pogonomyces, 1 94; hydnoides, 195 

Poinciana, 1 27; pulcherrima, 126 

Pollard, C. L., 20 

Pollen Tube in Houstonia, Course of the, 

83 

Pollinia, no; praemorsa, no 

Polybotrya, 1 25 

Polygonella Croomii. 114 

Polygonum maritimum, 138 ; ramosissi- 
mum, 47 ; setaceum, 142 

Polypodium, 38, 42, 172; Brasiliense 
Pisonis, 171; ceteraccinum, 171, 172 ; 
Eckloni, 174 ; ferruginosum, 171, 172 ; 
incanum, 171, 172, 1 74 ; polypodioides, 
142, 171 ; virginianum, 171, 172; 
vulgare, 172, 188, 193, 194 

Polypody, Notes on the Gray, 171 

Polypody in Ohio, The Gray, 197 

Polyporeae of temperate North America, 
A key to the stipitate, 28, 43 ; A key 
to the brown sessile, 194 

Polyporus, 28, 43 ; arculariellus, 43 ; 
arculariformis, 43 ; arcularius, 43; cau- 
dicinus, 43 ; columbiensis, 43 ; crater- 
ellus, 43 ; dibaphus, 43 ; elegans, 43 ; 
. fissus, 43 ; phaeoxanthus, 43 ; Poly- 
porus, 43 

Polystichum acrostichoides, 190, 193 ; 
Lonchitis, 15 

Polyurias diversiflora, no; praemorsa, 
109 

Pond, R. H., personal, 132 

Populus tremuloides, 188, 189, 190, 192, 

193 
Porodiscus, 28, 43 ; pendulus, 43 
Porphyra, 95 

Porteranthus stipulatus, 1 15 
Price, M., 94 
Primula obconica, 67 
Pringle, C. G., personal, 17, 54, 133 
Proceedings of the Club, 14, 34, 50, 70, 

93, 113, 130, 149, 202, 219 
Prospectus of the Work of the Torrey 

Botanical Club during 1905, 47 
Prosopis juliflora, 69 
Prunus pennsylvanica, 189, 190, 1 92; 

serotina, 142, 189, 190 
Pseudocymopterus, 128 
Pseudophoenix Sargenti, 36 
Psilocybe foenisecii, 34, 86 
Ptelea Segregates, Some, 99 
Ptelea Carolina, 99 ; mesochora, 100 ; 

obcordata, 99 ; trifoliata, 99, 100 
Pteridium aquilinum, 56, 141, 193 
Pulsatilla, 166; hirsutissima, 164-166 
Pyrola chlorantha, 188, 192; secunda, 

192 
Pyrrhopappus carolinianus, 145 



231 



Pyrularia pubera, 152 

Quercus, 130; alba, 194; Catesbaei, 
114; heterophylla, 220; laurifolia, 
141, 142; lyrata, 59! marylandica, 
56, 220 ; Michauxii, 59 ; nigra, 194 ; 
Phellos, 220, -221 ; Prinus, 56; rubra, 
193, 194, 221; Rudkini, 220; vir- 
giniana, 139-142 

Ranunculus alleghaniensis, 153 

Rau, E. A., personal, 205 

Razoumofskya pusilla, 15 

Rehder, A., personal, 20, 133 

Reichling, G. A., Contributions to the 
recorded Fungus and Slime-Mould 
Flora of Long Island, 85 

Remarks on Californian Conifers, 93 

Reseda lutea, 47 

Reviews : Abrams' Flora of Los Angeles 
and Vicinity, 45 ; Campbell's Mosses 
and Ferns, 199; Christensen's Index 
Filicum, 217; De Vries' Species and 
Varieties; Their Origin by Mutation, 
89 ; Farlow's Bibliographical Index of 
North American Fungi, 200 ; Goebel's 
Organography of Plants, 167 ; Mac- 
Dougal, Vail, Shull, and Small's Mu- 
tants and Hybrids of the Oentheras, 
147; North American Flora, III; 
Proceedings International Conference 
on Plant Breeding and Hybridization, 
12 

Rhinanthus Crista-Galli, 191 

Rhipidopteris, 124; Rusbyi, 88 

Rhipocephalus, 73 ; oblongus, 73 ; Phoe- 
nix, 73 

Rhizoclonium, 53 

Rhododendron, 179; lapponicum, 191 ; 
maximum, 152 

Rhus bipinnata, Origin of, 155 

Rhus, 155; bipinnata, 155, 198 ; copal- 
lina, 142, 162-164; glabra, 157, 1 59, 
163, 164; glabra laciniata, 155, 156 ; 
laciniata, 155; radicans, 140; trilo- 
bata, 203 ; typhina, 159 ; typhina 
laciniata, 155 

Rhynchospora solitaria, 114 

Ribes prostratum, 191, 193; rotundi- 
folium, 194 

Riccia, III 

Richards, H. M., Some edible Sea- 
weeds. 94 ; personal, 51, 149 

Richardsonia, 83, 84 ; pilosa, 83 

Ricker, P. L., personal, 205 

Robinson, C. B., 14; Remarks on the 
Flora of northern Cape Breton, 15 

Robinson, B. L., 19; personal, 77, 133 

Rolfs, F. M., 130; personal, 16 

Romellia, 28, 44 ; sistotremoides, 44 

Romer, C. S. , 93 



Roper, J. C, 221 

Rose, J. N., personal, 98, 205 

Rosellinia Bakeri, 87 ; compressa, 87 

Rosendahl, CO., personal, 205 

Rothert, V., 20 

Rubus, A laciniate, 198 

Rubus, 198; Chamaemorus, 15 ; incisus, 
198; laciniatus, 198; odoratus, 188, 
194; rusticanus, 198; strigosus, 191, 
193, 194; trivialis, l4l-«43 

Rusby, fl. H., Ipecac roots, 115 ; Pros- 
pectus of the Work of the Torrey 
Botanical Club during 1905, 47 ; Re- 
port of Torrey Club Excursion to 
Pompton Plains, New Jersey, 204 ; 
Some interesting Plants from Colom- 
bia, 151; personal, 17, 51, 52, 78, 
96, 130, 132, 149, 196, 221, 222 

Russula atropurpurea, 86 

Rydberg, P. A., personal, 116 

Sabal, 31, 32 

Sabalites, 32 

Sabbatia stellaris, 144 

Safford, W. E.. 74 

Salicornia ambigua, 144 

Salix fluviatilis, 141, 142 ; sessilifolia 
Hindsiana, 47; Uva-Ursi, 191 

Salsola, 137 ; Kali, 136-138 

Samolus floribundus, 15 

Sanial, M. L., personal, 52, 132 

Sanicula canadensis, 144 

Sarcoscypha floccosa, 147 

Sargassum, 73 

Sargent, C. S. , personal, 75 

Sarracenia, 179; flava, 114; minor, 114 

Sassafras Laurus, 198 

Saxifraga micranthidifolia, 153 

Schneck, J., 130 

Schneider, A., An Example of Complex 
Life Relationship, 119; The Classifi- 
cation of Lichens, 79 ; personal, 130 

Schoney, L., 93 

Scleria triglomerata, 145 

Scutellaria saxatilis, 153 

Scutiger, 28 ; caeruleoporus, 29 ; crypt- 
opus, 29 ; decurrens, 29 ; Ellisii, 29 ; 
griseus, 30 ; holocyaneus, 30 ; laeti- 
color, 29 ; persicinus, 30 ; radicatus, 
30 ; retipes, 29 ; subradicatus, 30 ; 
Whiteae, 30 

Seaweeds, Some edible, 94 

Sedum Nevii, 115 

Selby, A. D., personal, 74 

Senecio, 151, 183; atriplicifolia, 183 

Sequoia, 181, 182 ; Reichenbachi, 182 

Serenoa serrulata, 1 14 

Serenopsis, 31 

Sericocarpus linifolius, 56 

Sesuvium Portulacastrum, 144 



232 



Shafer, J. A., The Botanical Symposium 
at Ohio Pyle, Pennsylvania, 152 ; per- 
sonal, 98, 117 

Shear, C. L., personal, 17, 19, 77, 133 

Shreve, F. , personal, 133, 170 

Shull, G. H., De Vries' Species and Va- 
rieties : Their Origin by Mutation, 89 ; 
Galtonian Regression in the " Pure 
Line," 21 ; Stages in the Development 
of Sium cicutaefolium, 52; personal, 
14, 20, 132, 133 

Sibbaldiopsis, 192; tridentata, 191, 192 

Sida rhombifolia, 145 

Silphium compositum, 56; integrifolium, 
159 ; trifoljatum, 159 

Siphonychia pauciflora, 114 

Sium cicutaefolium, Stages in the De- 
velopment of, 52 

Small, J. K., personal, 51, 52 

Smith, A. M., personal, 18 

Smith, E. F., personal, 19 

Smith, E., personal, 52 

Smith, H. H., 151 

Smith, J. D. , personal, 36, 77 

Smilax Beyrichii, 141 ; Bona-nox, 140 

Solanum nigrum, 141 

Solidago alpestris, 190, 191 ; fiexicaulis, 
190 ; odora, 56 

Soil Water in Relation to Transpiration, 

, 25 

Sorbus americana, 1 88-1 91 

Spalding, V. M., Soil Water in Relation 

to Transpiration, 25 

Sparganium simplex, 193 

Spartina patens, 144, 145 ; polystachya, 

137, 144, 145 
Spaulding, P., personal, 206 
Species, Discontinuous Variation and the 

Origin of, I 
Sphaeralcea Fendleri californica, 47 
Sphagnum, II 
Sphenopteris, 14 • 
Spiraea salicifolia, 191, 193 
Spiranthes, 117 
Spiraea virginiana, 153 
Sporobolus, 114, 144; indicus, 143- 

145 ; virginicus, 36, 144, 145 
Staphylea trifolia, 164 
Stations for Pinus palustris, Some note- 
worthy, 55 
Statistical Method for comparing the Age 

of different Floras, A, 207 
Stenotaphrum americanum, 144 ; dimi- 

diatum, 145 
Stephanotis floribunda, 159 
Stevens, F. L., personal, 205 
Stichococcus, 53 
Stigeoclonium, Cytological Differences 

between the Palmella and Filamentous 

Forms of, 100 



Stone, G. E., personal, 206 
Streptopus amplexifolius, 188, 190 
Strobilomyces floccopus, 86 ; strobila- 

ceus, 86 
Strophostyles helvola, 141, 144 
Sumstine, D. R., Panaeolus acidus, 34 
Swamp-bottom, An old, 179 
Syntherisma filiforme, 145 

Taraxacum Taraxacum, 196 
Taxodium, 108; imbricarium, 108, 114 
Taxus canadensis, 1 88 
Taylor, A. P., Nature's Engrafting, 108 
Taylor, N., On the Occurrence of Dau- 

cus Carota in Haiti, 196 
Terms applied to the Surface and Surface 

Appendages of Fungi, 60 
Tetraneuris Dodgei, 45 ; linearifolia 

Dodgei, 45 
Thamnolia vermicularis, 191 
Thuja occidentalis, 188, 189, 190, 192, 

.'93 
Tiarella cordifolia, 188 
Tidestrom, I., Note on Botrychium vir- 

ginianum, 160 ; Notes on the Gray 

Polypody, 171 
Tillandsia usneoides, 142 
Tilmadoche polycephala, 86 
Tissa rubra, 47 

Tomophagus for Dendrophagus, 197 
Tomophagus colossus, 197 
Torrey Botanical Club, Proceedings, 14, 

34, 5°, 7°. 93. »3. «3°. «49, 202. 

219 
Torrey Botanical Club, Prospectus of the 

Work of the, 47 
Townsend, C. O., personal, 18 
Transpiration, Soil Water in Relation to, 

25 
Trautvetteria carolinensis, 153 
Trees in Georgia, Some large Specimens 

of small, 162 
Trelease, W., personal, 19, 133 
Trientalis americana, 191 
Trillium undulatum, 188 
Trio of Grasses new to the West Indies, 

A, 109 
Tsuga canadensis, 188, 189, 190, 192, 

193 
Two misinterpreted Species gf Xyris, 128 

Udotea, 73 

Ugni, 198; Myrtus, 198; Ugni, 198 

Ulva, 94, 101 

Umbilicaria, 188 

Undaria distans, 95 ; pinnatifida, 95 

Underwood, L. M., A much-named Fern, 
87, 123 ; Botrychium silaifolium Presl, 
106 ; Christensen's Index Filicum, 
217 ; Remarks on the Genus Lycopo- 



233 



dium, 70 ; The early Writers on Ferns 
and their Collections, 37 ; personal, 19, 
50, 51, 52, 70, 77, 96, 133, 170 

Unifolium canadense, 188, 189, 192 

Uniola, 136-139, 141 ; laxa, 143, 145 ; 
paniculata, 136, 137, 145 

Urera, 87 

Uromyces Astragali, 216 

Urospora, 53 

Usnea barbata, 81 

Vaccinium canadense, 190-193 ; caespi- 
tosum, I9l;pennsylvanicum, 191-193; 
pennsylvanicum angustifolium, 191, 
192 ; uliginosum, 191, 192 

Vail, A. M., Onagra grandiflora : A 
Species to be included in the North 
American Flora, 9; personal, 51 

Vagnera stellata, 15 

Variation, Discontinuous, and the Origin 
of Species, 1 

Vegetation of Inagua, The, 35 

Veratrum viride, 189-192 

Verbena stricta, 159 

Vernonia angustifolia, 160 

Verrucaria, 82 

Vienna, Botanical Congress in, 77, 130, 

134 
Viburnum alnifolium, 188-190 ; cassi- 

noides, 188 

Vincetoxicum suberosum, 143 

Viola Angellae, 130, 131 ; arenaria, 130 ; 
biflora, 132; blanda, 130; Brainerdi, 
130 ; Brittoniana, 130 ; Carolina, 130 ; 
cordata, 130; cucullata, 130, 132; 
denticulosa, 114; fimbriatula, 130; 
labradorica, 130; lanceolata, 130; Le- 
Conteana, 130; Mulfordae, 130; mul- 
ticaulis, 130; nephrophylla, 130; Nut- 
tallii, 130; obliqua, 130, 131 ; palmata, 
130, 131 ; papilionacea, 130; pedata, 
56, 130; Porteriana, 1 30; praemorsa, 
46 ; pubescens, 130 ; Rafinesquei, 130 ; 



retusa, 130; rostrata, 130; rotundi- 

folia, 130, 188, 192; sagittata, 130; 

scabriuscula, 130; septemloba, 131 ; 

septentrionalis, J 30; tripartita, 130; 

villosa, 130 
Vitis rotundifolia, 140 
Vittaria, 39 
Volvox, 53 
Votey, J. W., personal, 54 

Ward, H. M., personal, 75 

Waters, C. E., 19, 20 

West Indies, A Paspalum new to the, 6 ; 

A Trio of Grasses new to the, 109 
Wiegand, K. M., personal, 97 
Wight, W. F., personal, 20, 116 
Wilson, P., 130 ; personal, 52 
Williams, R. S., personal, 206 
Willugbaeya scandens, 143 
Woods, A. F. , personal, 77 
Writers on Ferns and their Collections, 

The early, 57 
Wurdemannia, 73 
Wylie, R. B., personal, 205 

Xyris, Two misinterpreted Species of, 
128 

Xyris, 128, 129; arenicola, 129; brevi- 
folia, 128; bulbosa, 129; caroliniana, 
128, 129; conocephala, 130; Elliottii, 
128; flexuosa, 128, 129; platylepis, 
129; torta, 128, 129 

Yatsu, N. , Cytological Differences be- 
tween the Palmella and filamentous 
Forms of Stigeoclonium, loo 

York, H. H., personal, 78, 205 

Young, D., 149 

Yucca australis, Flowering of, 104 

Yucca, 35, 104 ; aloifolia, 138 ; australis, 
104, 105 ; filamentosa, 143 ; gloriosa, 
137 ; mohavensis, 104 



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