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170. PSYCHOTRIA HEXANDRA (sp. nov.): glabra; stipulis amplis foliaceis ovatis connatis petiolum vix adæquantibus deciduis ; foliis oblanceolatis utrinque acuminatis supra viridibus subtus pallidis, venis primariis 10 – 14; cyma decomposita ; floribus hexameris ; calyce cupuliformi 6-dentato ; corolla fauce villosa, limbo tubo subinfundibuliformi triplo breviore; antheris stylisque subinclusis ; stigmate bifido. - On the mountains above Waimea, Kauai. — A large shrub. Leaves 3 to 6 inches long, 1 to 1f wide, abruptly acuminate at the apex, and tapering to a narrowly cuneate base, paler beneath. Flowers white, a half to three fourths of an inch long. (M. & B. 564, 570.)

171. PsychoTRIA GRANDIFLORA (sp. nov.) : fere glabra ; stipulis caducis; foliis obovatis vel oblongo-ovatis obtusis margine tenuiter revolutis basi in petiolum brevem angustatis coriaceis, venis primariis conspicuis utrinque 6 – 9, venulis reticulatis; cyma 12 – 20 flora minute ferrugineo-puberula ; limbo corollæ tubo subinfundibuliformi triplo breviore ; antheris stylisque breviter exsertis; stigmate emarginato; fructibus ovalibus 8-costatis calycis limbo parvo cupuliformi coronatis; pyrenis cartilagineis intus planis dorso convexo tricostatis. – On the mountains above Waimea, Kauai. — A large shrub or small tree, 20 feet high. Leaves 2 to 4 inches long, 1 to 2 inches wide, obtuse at both ends, or tapering slightly into the short petiole, dark green. Cyme on a long peduncle, nearly equalling the leaves. Corolla waxy white, three fourths of an inch long, very handsome. (M. & B. 566.)

172. STRAUSSIA KADUANA, Gray, l. c. p. 43. Coffea Kaduana, Cham. & Schlecht. in Linnæa, 4, p. 33 ; Hook. & Arn. Bot. Beech. Voy. p. 86; Walp. in Rel. Meyen. p. 352. (M. & B. 563, 567; Remy, 321, 325.)

173. StraussIA MARINIANA, Gray, 1.c. p. 43. Ceffea Mariniana, Cham. & Schlecht. I. c. Coffea Chamissonis, Hook. & Arn. l. c. The only characters upon which this species can be kept distinct from the first are, so far as the specimens now show, the slightly longer tube of the corolla, which is bearded within.

174. STRAUSSIA HAWAIENSIS, Gray, l. c. p. 43.

175. BOBEA ELATIOR, Gaud. Bot. Freyc. Voy. p. 473, t. 93 ; Gray, 1. c. p. 36. (M. & B. 114; Remy, 336, 337.)

176. BOBEA BREVIPES, Gray, l. c. p. 36. (M. & B. 621.)

177. GUETTARDELLA SANDWICENSIS, H. Mann. Chomelia ? Sandwicensis, Gray, l. c. p. 38. (M. & B. 341.)

178.* MORINDA CITRIFOLIA, Linn. (M. & B. 225.)

179. GARDENIA BRIGHAMII (sp. nov.): arborescens, inermis; foliis ovatis basi rotundatis breviter petiolatis, costa subtus hispidula ; stipulis ovatis acutis deciduis, basi persistente hispida cupuliformi; flore terminali sessili; calycis tubo angulato, limbo 4-partito, lobis verticalibus lineari-lanceolatis foliaceis corollæ hypocraterimorphæ tubum adæquantibus ; stigmate clavato; bacca papillosa imperfecte 3 – 6-loculari. – West end of Lanai; also Kaala Mountains, and Nuuanu Valley, Oahu. - Leaves 1 to 4 inches long, 8 to 25 lines wide, obtuse, quite veiny. Sepals at first linear-lanceolate, somewhat wider in fruit, an inch long. Berry slightly ribbed by the decurrent costa of the sepals, rather more than an inch long. Closely allied to G. Taitensis, from which it differs in the rounder leaves and longer lobes of the calyx. I take pleasure in dedicating this species to my friend and companion Mr. W. T. Brigham. (M. & B. 348.)

180. GARDENIA REmyi (sp. nov.): arborea, inermis ; foliis amplis oblongo-ovatis breviter petiolatis coriaceis ; stipulis cupuliformibus truncatis vel breviter utrinque acuminatis tarde deciduis ; flore terminali; calycis limbo 4-partito, lobis verticalibus ovatis coriaceis reticulato-venosis tubum corollæ superantibus ; corollæ lobis ovatis basi angustatis; bacca papillosa. — Woods on the windward side of Kauai, and on the mountains above Honolulu, Oahu. — A tree, often 40 feet high. Leaves 3 to 8 inches long, 14 to 3 or 4 inches wide, obtuse at both ends, or shortly acuminate, strongly veined. Lobes of the calyx an inch or more long, nearly twice the length of the corolla-tube. Corolla, as in the preceding species, white and very fragrant, an inch or more in diameter. (M. & B. 565; Remy, 344.)

181. GOULDIA SANDWICENSIS, Gray, l. c. p. 310. Kadua affinis, Cham. & Schlecht. in Linnæa, 4, p. 164. Var. TERMINALIS. Petesia ? terminalis, Hook. & Arn. Bot. Beech. Voy. p. 85. Var. CORIACEA. Petesia? coriacea, Hook. & Arn. l. c. Var. HIRTELLA. (M. & B. 131, 382, 416, 418, 526; Remy, 331.)

182. KADUA LAXIFLORA (sp. nov.): fruticosa; ramis pedunculis pedicellisque glaberrimis; foliis chartaceis minute strigosis sessilibus, inferioribus oblongis utrinque acuminatis, superioribus floralibusque cordatis acuminatis ; cyma laxe pluriflora; lobis calycis lanceolatis ovario bis longioribus; capsula apice convexiuscula ; seminibus immarginatis. — Wailuku Valley, West Maui. — A sarmentose shrubby species. Stem somewhat four-angled. Leaves 4 to 6 inches long, 11 to 2 inches wide; the floral leaves an inch or more long. Calyxlobes 2 to 3 lines long, half the length of the corolla. (M. & B. 422.) 183. KADUA CENTRANTHOIDES, Hook. & Arn. Bot. Beech. Voy. p. 85; Gray, l. c. p. 317.

184. KADUA GLOMERATA, Hook. & Arn. I. c. ; Gray, l. c. (M. & B.)

185. KADUA CORDATA, Cham. & Schlecht. in Linnæa, 4, p. 160 ; Hook. & Arn. I. c. ; Gray, l. c. (M. & B. 210; Remy, 352, 353.)

186. KADUA COOKIANA, Cham. & Schlecht. in Linnæa, 4, p. 158 ; Gray, l. c. p. 317.

Var.? ELATIOR: cyma decomposita pluriflora ; foliis petiolatis lanceolato-linearibus utrinque acuminatissimis. – Kauai; Molokai. — Probably a luxuriant variety of K. Cookiana, with which it agrees in the essential characters, but a much larger plant than Chamisso's, often two feet high, the leaves 6 to 8 inches long, and 6 or 8 lines wide. The cyme is much more ample, but the flowers are hardly larger than those of the original specimens. (M. & B. 569.)

187. KADUA PARVULA, Gray, l. c. p. 317.
188. KADUA GLAUCIFOLIA, Gray, l. c. p. 318. (M. & B. 568.)

189. KADUA MENZIESIANA, Cham. & Schlecht. in Linnæa, 4, p. 160; Gray, l. c. p. 318. Hedyotis coriacea, Smith, in Rees, Cycl. 17. H. conostyla, Gaud. Bot. Freyc. Voy. p. 147, t. 94. Kadua Smithii, Hook. & Arn. 1. c. p. 86. (M. & B. 319.)

190. KADUA ACUMINATA, Cham. & Schlecht. in Linnæa, 4, p. 163; Hook. & Arn., 1. c. p. 85; Gray, l. c. p. 318. (M. & B. 234.)

191. KADUA PETIOLATA, Gray, l. c. p. 318. (M. & B. 523.)

192. KADUA GRANDIS, Gray, l. c. p. 318. (M. & B. 417; Remy, 350, 351.)

Composita. 193. ADENOSTEMMA VISCOSUM, Forst. (M. & B. 12; Remy, 263.) 194.f AGERATUM CONYZOIDES, Linn. (M. & B.; Remy, 229.)

195. LAGENOPHORA MAVIENSIS (sp. nov.): minutim viscoso-pubescens, scapo valido bracteato e caudice crasso repente; foliis coriaceis cuneatis vel spathulato-oblanceolatis basi breviter vel in petiolum marginatum angustatis versus apicem argute serratis birtellis demum glabratis ; capitulo pro genere maximo; involucri squamis linearibus ; ligulis pallide roseis brevibus discum paullo superantibus ; acheniis lanceolatis lævibus, rostro brevi glanduloso. — Top of the mountain of West Maui. — Leaves about 2 inches long, 4 to 6 lines wide. The stout, bracted scape, 5 to 10 inches high, bears a single head 6 to 9 lines in diameter. The leafy bracts of the scape are linear-oblanceolate and usually entire. (M. & B. 440.)

196. ASTER (TRIPOLIUM) DIVARICATUS, Nutt., var. SANDWICENsis, Gray. A. subulatus, Less. in Linnæa, 6, p. 120, non Michx.; Hook. & Arn. Bot. Beech. Voy. p. 87. Trip. subulatum, var., DC. Prodr. 5, p. 254. Erigeron multiflorum, Hook. & Arn. I. c., ex spec. in herb. Hook. (fide Gray, mss. Bot. S. Pacif. Expl. Exp.).

197. VITTADINIA HUMILIS, Gray, in Proceed. Amer. Acad. 5, p. 118. (M. & B. 516; Remy, 244.)

198. VITTADINIA TENERRIMA, Gray, l. c. p. 119. Aster tenerrimus, Less. in Linnæa, 6, p. 120. Tetramalopium tenerrimum, Nees.

199. VITTADINIA REMYI, Gray, l. c. (M. & B. 373; Remy, 239.)

200. VITTADINIA CHAMISSONIS, Gray, l. c. p. 119. Erigeron lepidotum, Less. in Linnæa, 6, p. 502. E. pauciflorus, Hook. & Arn. Bot. Beech. Voy. p. 87. (M. & B. 355.) Var.? ARBUSCULA, Gray, l. c.

201. VITTADINIA CONSANGUINEA, Gray, l. c. p. 120. 202. VITTADINIA ARENARIA, Gray, l. c. p. 120. (M. & B. 519.)

203. VITTADINIA CONYZOIDES, Gray, l. c. (M. & B. 532.) Var. DENTATA: foliis majoribus remote dentatis. (M. & B. 361.)

204.f Erigeron CANADENSE, Linn. (M. & B.) 205.† FRANSERIA TENUIFOLIA, Gray. (M. & B.)

206. ACANTHOSPERMUM BRASILUM, Schrank, Pl. Rar. Hort. Monac. t. 53. A. xanthioides & A. hirsutum, DC. Prodr. 5, p. 522. Centrospermum xanthioides, H B K. Nov. Gen. & Spec. 1, p. 271, t. 397.

207.6 ECLIPTA ALBA, Hask. Pl. Jav. Rar. p. 528; Miq. Fl. Ind. Bot. 2, p. 65. E. erecta & E. prostrata, Linn. Mant. p. 216, etc. E. procumbens & brachypoda, Michx. Fl. 2, p. 129. Cotula alba, Linn. Syst. Nat. 2, p. 564, et Verbesina alba, L.

208. COREOPSIS MAVIENSIS, Gray, l. c. p. 125. (M. & B. 372; Remy, 289.)

209. COREOPSIS (CAMPYLOTHECA) MACROCARPA, Gray, l. c. p. 126. (W. T. Brigham.)

210. COREOPSIS (CAMPYLOTHECA) MACRÆI, Gray, l. c. p. 126. Campylotheca grandi flora, DC. Prodr. 5, p. 293. (Remy, 285.)

211. COREOPSIS (CAMPYLOTHECA) COSMOIDES, Gray, l. c. p. 126. (M. & B. 537; Remy, 278.) A large suffruticose species, the elongated herbaceous branches erect and spreading five to eight feet. The heads always pendent at the ends of the naked peduncles, two inches in diameter, and very showy.

212. COREOPSIS (CAMPYLOTHECA) MENZIESII, Gray, l. c. p. 127. Campylotheca australis, Less. pro parte ? (M. & B. 520; Remy, 290.) 213. COREOPSIS (CAMPYLOTHECA) MICRANTHA, Gray, l. c. p. 127. Bidens micrantha, Gaud. l. c. p. 464, t. 85; Hook. & Arn. I. c. Campylotheca australis, Less. in Linnæa, 6, p. 509, excl. syn. Forst. & Spreng. Campylotheca micrantha, Cass. dict. 51. (M. & B. 450; Remy, 280.)

214. BIDENS SANDWICENSIS, Less. in Linnæa, 6, p. 508. B. micrantha, Hook. & Arn. Bot. Beech. Voy. p. 86, non Gaud. l. C. B. peduncularis, DC. Prodr. 5, p. 598, non Gaud. I. c. B. paniculata, Hook. & Arn. l. c. p. 66. Adenolepis pulchella, Less. I. c. p. 511. (M. & B. 541 ; Remy, 279, 283.) Var. HETEROPHYLLA, Gray, l. c. p. 128. B. luxurians, Hook. & Arn. I. c. p. 86. (Remy, 281.) Var. OVATIFOLIA, Gray, l. c.

215. Bidens HAWAIENSIS, Gray, l. c. p. 128. (M. & B. 98.) 216.1 BIDENS PILOSA, Linn. (M. & B. 49.)

217.1 BIDENS CHRYSANTHEMOIDES, Michx. Fl. Bor.-Am. 2, p. 136, non Pursh. B. helianthoides, H B K. Nov. Gen. & Sp. 4, p. 230. B. quadriaristata, DC. Prodr. 5, p. 595. (Remy, 258bis.)

218. LIPOCHÆTA AUSTRALIS, Gray, l. c. p. 129. Lipotriche australis, Less. Var. CONNATA, Gray, l. c. Verbesina connata, Gaud. Bot. Freyc. Voy. p. 464. Lipochæta connata, DC. Prodr. 5, p. 611. (Remy, 271.) Var. DECURRENS, Gray, l. c. Microchæta lanceolata, Nutt. in Trans. Am. Phil. Soc. 7, p. 451. (M. & B. 375, 540, 542.) Var. LOBATA, Gray, l. c. p. 130. Verbesina lobata, Gaud. I. c. p. 464; Hook. & Arn. Bot. Beech. Voy. p. 87. V. hastulata, H. & A. I. c. Lipochæta lobata & hastulata, DC. Prodr. 5, p. 611. (Remy, 273.)

219. LIPOCHÆTA SUBCORDATA, Gray, I. c. p. 130. 220. LIPOCHÆTA CALYCOSA, Gray, l. c. p. 130.

221. LIPOCHÆTA LAVARUM, DC. Prodr. 5, p. 611 ; Gray, l. c. p. 130. Verbesina lavarum, Gaud. Bot. Freyc. Voy. p. 464. (M. & B. 358, 374; Remy, 277.)

222. LIPOCHÆTA INTEGRIFOLIA, Gray, 1. c. p. 130. Microchæta integrifolia, Nutt. in Trans. Am. Phil. Soc. 7, p. 451. (M. & B. 371 ; Remy, 255.)

223. LIPOCHÆTA SUCCULENTA, DC. Prodr. 5, p. 611. Gray, l. c. p. 130. Verbesina succulenta, Hook. & Arn. Bot. Beech. Voy. p. 87. (Remy, 257, 258.) 224. LIPOCHÆTA HETEROPHYLLA, Gray, l. c. (M. & B. 359.)

225. LIPOCHÆTA TENUIFOLIA, Gray, l. c. p. 131. (M. & B. 534 ; Remy, 276.)

226. LIPOCHÆTA MICRANTHA, Gray, l. c. p. 131. Schizophyllum

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