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stem, are very densely bearded with stiff and reflexed, many-jointed, brownish-red hairs: these are much longer, denser, and more persistent than those of the rest of the plant. The ample foliaceous bracts, characteristic of the related C. grandiflora, are here wanting. Corolla fully an inch long, white, the throat ampliate, and the lobes widely spreading. - It is to be regretted that the specimens secured of this remarkable species are scanty and imperfect. (M. & B. 616 pro parte.)

314. CYRTANDRA LESSONIANA, Gaud. I. c. t. 54; Hook. & Arn. l. C. p. 91; Gray, l. C. p. 351. C. Hillebrandi, Oliver, in herb. Gray, is apparently a form of this species with broadly ovate calyx-lobes, which are separated nearly or quite to the base. There is also another form, if it be not a distinct species, with very narrow, almost linear calyx-lobes, which are more or less united, in some cases forming a tubular calyx which is split down on one side, or with a single free lobe; the corolla is arcuate with a broad lip, and the leaves prominently reticulate-veiny beneath. (M. & B. 617, 77 pro parte.)

315. CYRTANDRA PALUDOSA, Gaud. 1. c.; Hook. & Arn. I. c.; Gray, l. c. Described as glabrous, but showing a soft fulvous pubescence on the young shoots in the more common form of the species, which becomes quite pronounced on the petioles and large veins of the leaves as well, and with something of the character of that of C. ænobarba, on a form (probably referable here) from the foot of Wahiawa falls, Kauai, where it is constantly kept moist by the spray.

316. CYRTANDRA GARNOTTIANA, Gaud. I. c. t. 53; Hook. & Arn. 1. c.; Gray, l. c. (M. & B. 116, 126, 77 pro parte.)

317. CYRTANDRA LAXIFLORA (sp. nov.): foliis ovali- seu ovato-oblongis acuminatis argute serratis membranaceis basi plerumque obtusis supra hirsutulis subtus molliter pubescentibus; pedunculis petiolum gracilem adæquantibus laxe cymoso-multifloris ; pedicellis filiformibus hirsutis; calyce 5-partito, lobis linearibus corolla cylindrica hirsuta (fere semipollicari) dimidio brevioribus; fructu glabro ovato-globoso. — Waialua Mountains, Oahu. — A well-marked species, resembling C. Macræi in foliage and inflorescence; but the leaves are narrower, the larger ones 6 or 7 inches in length by 3 or 4 in breadth; the peduncles are much longer, as also the pedicels, the latter nearly half an inch long, and hirsutely pubescent; the flowers are nearly twice as large and pubescent; the calyx lobes linear and obtuse. Ovary almost glabrous. Immature fruit half an inch long, ovate, inclining to globose. (M. & B. 615.)

318. CYRTANDRA MACRÆI, Gray, l. c. (W. T. Brigham.)

319. CYRTANDRA MENZIESII, Hook. & Arn. I. c. p. 91, adn.; Gray, 1. c. The leaves are apparently always in fours, and obovate-oblanceolate or oblong, with a long tapering or cuneate entire base. (M. & B. 310.)

Solanacea. 320. SOLANUM NELSONI, Dunal, in DC. Prodr. 13, p. 123?; Gray, in Proceed. Am. Acad. 6, p. 42. (Remy, 442.) Var. THOMASIÆFOLIUM, Seemann, in Journ. Bot. 1, p. 209.

321. SOLANUM PUBERULUM, Nutt. mss. in Herb. Mus. Brit., fide Seemann, l. c. - I do not identify this.

322. SOLANUM SANDWICENSE, Hook. and Arn. Bot. Beech. Voy. p. 92; Gray, l. c. S. Sandwicense & Woahense, Dunal, in DC. 1. c. (M. & B. 202.) Var? KAVAIENSE, Gray, 1. c.

323. SOLANUM INCOMPLETUM, Dunal, in DC. I. c.; Gray l. c. (M. & B. 457, 458; Remy, 451.)

324. SOLANUM OLERACEUM, Dunal, in DC. 1. c. p. 50.

325. SOLANUM ACULEATISSIMUM, Jacq. Coll. 1, p. 100, & Ic. Rar. 1, t. 41. S. xanthocarpum, Seemann, l. c. p. 206, non Schrad. & Wendl. Sert. Hanov. 1, p. 8, t. 2. (Seem. n. 1721 in Hb. Gray.)

326. LYCIUM SANDWICENSE, Gray, l. C. (M. & B. 596, 597.) 327. NothOCESTRUM LATIFOLIUM, Gray, l. c. (M. & B. 413.) 328. NOTHOCESTRUM LONGIFOLIUM, Gray, l. C. (M. & B. 414.) 329. NOTHOCESTRUM BREVIFLORUM, Gray, l. c. p. 49.

330. NothoCESTRUM S'UBCORDATUM, (sp. nov.) : arboreum, fere glabrum ; foliis ovatis ellipticisve subcordatis; pedunculis solitariis ; corolla 4- 5-partita extus dense sericea tubo calycis campanulato inæqualiter quadridentato quadrangulato fere duplo longiore; staminibus 4-5; bacca globosa. — In ravines of the Kaala Mountains, Oahu. — A tree 20 or 30 feet high. Leaves 2 to 5 inches long, 11 to 4 inches wide, subcordate or rounded at the base, more or less obtuse at the apex. Calyx 4 to 5 lines long. Corolla yellow, as in N. longifolium and latifolium. (M. & B. 620.)

331.* Physalis PERUVIANA, Linn. Spec. 2, p. 1670. (M. & B. 29.)

Scrophulariacea. 332. HERPestis Monniera, HBK. (M. & B. 53.) 333.f SCOPARIA DULCIS, Linn. (Seemann, Fl. Vitiensis.)

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334. PLECTRANTHUS PARVIFLORUS, Willd. Hort. Berol. 1, t. 65, non R. Br. Pl. australis, Hook. & Arn. Bot. Beech. Voy. p. 92, non R. Br.? This is, however, probably nothing more than the true Pl. australis, R. Br. Prodr. FL. N. Holl. p. 506, and if so, will bear the prior name. (M. & B. 41, 84, 293; Remy, 403.)

335. SPHACELE HASTATA, Gray, in Proceed. Am. Acad. 5, p. 341. (M. & B. 401.)

336. PAYLLOSTEGIA VESTITA, Benth. in Bot. Reg. sub 1292, & in DC. Prodr. 12, p. 553; Gray, l. c. p. 342. P. dentata, Benth. I. c.

337. PHYLLOSTEGIA GRANDIFLORA,' Benth. l. c.; Gray, l. c. p. 342. Prasium macrophyllum, Gaud. Bot. Freyc. Voy. p. 453, t. 65, fig. 3, non Benth. I. c. (M. & B. 6; Remy, 383.)

338. PHYLLOSTEGIA BREVIDENS, Gray, l. c. p. 343. Var.? AmBIGCA, Gray, l. c. p. 343.

339. PHYLLOSTEGIA GLABRA, Benth. in Linnæa, 6, p. 79, & in Bot. Reg. I. c.; Gray, l. c. p. 343; Hook. & Arn. Bot. Beech. Voy. p. 92. Prasium glabrum, Gaud. Bot. Freyc. Voy. p. 452, t. 64. Phyllostegia Chamissonis, Benth. in Linnæa, L. C.; Hook. & Arn. l. C.; DC. Prodr. I. c. P. Macræi, Benth. in DC. Prodr. 1. c. (M. & B. 224, 354; Remy, 385.)

340. PHYLLOSTEGIA ? HIRSUTA, Benth. in Bot. Reg. & in DC. Prodr. I. c. p. 555; Gray, l. c. p. 344.

341. PHYLLOSTEGIA PARVIFLORA, Benth. in Linnæa, 6, p. 79, & in DC. Prodr. I. c. p. 554; Gray, l. c. p. 344. (M. & B. 553, 554, 405, 404.) Var. GAUDICHAUDI, Gray, L c. Var. GLABRIUSCULA, Gray, l. c. P. macrophylla, Benth. in Bot. Reg. & in DC. Prodr. 1. c. p. 554. Var. MOLLIS, Gray, l. c. P. mollis, Benth. in Linnæa, 6, p. 79, & in DC. I. c. p. 554.

342. PAYLLOSTEGIA STACHYOIDES, Gray, l. c. p. 344.

343. PHYLLOSTEGIA CLARATA, Benth. in Bot. Reg. & in DC. Prodr. I. c. p. 554; Gray, l. c. p. 344. (1. & B. 415; Remy, 386.)

344. PHYLLOSTEGIA RACEMOSA, Benth. in Bot. Reg. & in DC. l.c; Gray, l. c. p. 344. (M. & B. 335?)

S45. PHYLLOSTEGIA HAPLOSTACHYA, Gray, Lc. p. 345. (Remy, 394) Var. LEPTOSTACHTA, Gray, l. c.

346. PHYLLOSTEGIA TRENCATA, Gray, l. c. p. 345. (Remy, 395.)

347. PHYLLOSTEGIA FLORIBUNDA, Benth. Lab. p. 653, & in DC. 1. c. p. 555; Gray, l. c. p. 345.

348. STENOGYNE MACRANTHA, Benth. in Bot. Reg. 1. c. & in DC. Prodr. 12, p. 555. (M. & B. 402.) Var. GRAYI: labio inferiore breviore. S. macrantha, Gray, in Proceed. Am. Acad. 5, p. 346. (Remy, 381.)

349. STENOGYNE ROTUNDIFOLIA, Gray, l. c. p. 347. (M. & B. 403.)

350. STENOGYNE CORDATA, Benth. Lab. p. 654, & in DC. 1. c.; Gray, l. c. p. 347.

351. STENOGYNE SESSILIS, Benth. Lab. p. 654, & in DC. I. C.; Gray, l. c. Var. B: foliis lævibus; pedicellis calyce (fructifero) æquilongis. (M. & B. 406.)

352. STENOGYNE CALAMINTHOIDES, Gray, l. C. (Remy, 380.)

353. STENOGYNE SCROPHULARIOIDES, Benth. in Bot. Reg. sub t. 1292, & in DC. l. c. p. 556; Gray, l. c. p. 347. Var. B. Gray, l. C. S. Nelsoni, Benth. Lab. p. 655. Phæopsis montana, Nutt. in herb. Hook. (Remy, 376.) Var. : undique hirsuta; foliis grosse dentatis. (Hillebrand, 339.)

354. STENOGYNE PURPUREA (sp. nov.): parce hirsuta, divaricatoramosa ; foliis ovato-lanceolatis acuminatis serratis basi rotundatis vix truncatis petiolatis supra glabratis ; verticillastris 6-floris ; pedicellis calyce subæquilongis ; dentibus calycis æqualibus acutis ; corolla undique hirsuta, labio superiore longiore. — Mountains above Waimea, Kauai. — Leaves 3 to 4 inches long, 12 to 20 lines wide, long-acuminated. Calyx 4 or 5 lines long, scarcely half as long as the corolla. Most nearly allied to S. scrophularioides. (M. & B. 552.)

355. STENOGYNE RUGOSA, Benth. in Bot. Reg. l. c. & in DC. I. c. p. 556; Gray, l. c. (M. & B. 295; Remy, 382.)

356. STENOGYNE ANGUSTIFOLIA, Gray, l. c. p. 348. (Remy, 393.)

357. STENOGYNE PARVIFLORA (sp. nov.): molliter villoso-pubescens, ramosissima; foliis deltoideis grosse crenatis basi truncatis vel subcordatis (4-6 lin. latis) petiolatis; verticillastris 6 – 7-floris, pedicellis calyce subæquilongis ; calycis (fructiferi ampliati) lobis subinæqualibus latis obtusis tubo multo brevioribus ; corolla extus pubescente labio inferiore quam superius longiore calyce plus duplo longiore; staminibus haud exsertis. — On the northwest side of Haleakala, East Maui, at 6000 or 7000 feet elevation. — By its several-flowered whorls, and by the lower lip being longer than the upper, this is most nearly related to the large-leaved group, but resembles S. diffusa in its VOL. VII.


manner of growth, its small leaves, and general aspect. Spreading, much branched, suffruticose at the base. Leaves 7-10 lines long, 4-6 lines wide, the crenatures often a line and a half deep; petioles 3 – 4 lines long. Calyx about two lines long, on a pedicel little shorter than itself. Flower 3 or 4 lines long, the lower lip large in proportion, nearly 2 lines long. The sterile specimen referred to by Gray, l. c. p. 348, is from the same locality and belongs here. (M. & B. 407.)

358. STENOGYNE MICROPHYLLA, Benth. Lab. p. 655, & in DC. c. l. p. 556; Gray, l. c. p. 348. (M. & B. 294; Remy, 397.)

359. STENOGYNE CRENATA, Gray, l. c. p. 348. (M. & B. 408.) 360. STENOG INE DIFFUSA, Gray, l. c. p. 348.

Verbenacea. 361.f Priva ASPERA, HBK., 2, p. 278; DC. Prodr. 11, p. 534. (M. & B. 74.)

362. VITEX TRIFOLIA, Linn., var.? UNIFOLIOLATA. (M. & B. 409.)

363.7 VERBENA BOXARIENSIS, Linn., has been introduced and become a very troublesome weed.

3636.1 STACHYTARPHA DICHOTOMA, Vahl. Enum., 1, p. 207. (Remy, 405.)

Myoporinee. 364. MYOPORUM (POLYCELICM) SANDWICENSE, Gray, in Pro ceed. Am. Acad. 6, p. 52. M. tenuifolium, Hook. & Am. Bot. Beech. Voy, p. 93, vix Forst. & R. Br. Polycælium Sanduicense, A. DC. Prodr. 11, p 706. (M. & B. 387; Remy, 462, 463, the normal form.) The normal form of this species is that of a tree 20 to 40 feet high, which is usually found growing on the outskirts of forests at medium elevations, and in rather dry places. With that, it seems necessary to connect a form, in all details of structure apparently similar, but with the leaves much thickened and succulent, as also the petals in a less degree, and growing as a decumbent shrub on the sea-coast, where seeds have doubtless been carried by mountain torrents. (M. & B. 585; Remy, 461.) The wood of this species has very much the fragrance of sandal-wood and is known as bastard sundal-wood. It is exported to some extent as sandal-wood, bat does not appear to retain its fragrance so well.

Borraginacea. 365. Cordia SUBCORDATA, Lam. Il na 1899; Cham & Schlecht

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