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are of a pungent mustard-like taste, and are used by
the natives instead of mustard ; in the mountains it is
generally known by the name of Pepper-root. The
figure in the Botanical Magazine is taken from an in.
dividual plant, in which the radical leaf is bilobated,

which is not always the case.
3. D. caule distanter diphyllo, foliis sessilibus ternatis, fo-

liolis lineari-ellipticis integris, petalis cuneatis.
On the banks of the Columbia. 4. April. v. s. in

Herb. Lewis. Very slender ; leaves small; flowers
purple.

tenella.

534. CARDAMINE. Gen. pl. 1088. 1. C. foliis simplicibus suborbiculatis integriusculis, cauli. rotundifolia.

bus simpliciusculis debiliter procumbentibus. Mich. f.

amer. 2. p. 30. On rocks, in the rivulets of the high mountains of Vir

ginia and Carolina. 4. May, June. v v. The

flowers of all the following species are white and small. 2. C. caule nudo, foliis radicalibus lanceolatis inciso-den- articulata,

tatis glabris, siliquis turgidis subarticulatis. On the north-west coast. Nelson. 24. v. s. in Herb.

Banks. A doubtful species. 3. C. parvula; caulibus decumbentibus, foliis radicalibus spathulata.

spathulatis pubescentibus, caulinis lineari cuneatis in-
tegris dentatisque, siliquis divaricato-laxis.-Mich. A.

amer. 2. p.29.
On high mountains of Carolina. Michaux. +.
4. C. pusilla, acaulis; foliis obtuse lyrato-pinnatifidis, pe-

uniflora. dunculis radicalibus unifloris. Mich. fl. anier. 2. p. 29. On rocks near Knoxville, Kentucky. Michaux. +. 5. C. pusilla, erecta, ramosa ; foliis omnibus sublyrato

teres. pinnatifidis, siliquis brevibus linearibus acuminatis teretibus, brevissime pedicellatis. Mich. f. amer. 2.

p. 29. In overflowed places : New England to New Jersey.

4. June, July. v.v. 6. C. glabra, erecta; foliis pinnatis, foliolis lanceolatis sub- virginica,

auriculatis, siliquis longis stricte erectis.-Willd. sp.

pl. 3. p. 488. Icon. Pluk. alm. t.101.f.4. Petiv. gaz. t. 105. f. 18. In low meadows: Canadla to Carolina. 4. May, June.

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pensylvanica. 7. C. glabra, ramosa ; foliis pinnatis, foliolis subrotundo

oblongis obtusis angulato-dentatis, siliquis angustis

erectis.-Willd. sp. pl. 3. p. 486.
In low meadows: New York to Pensylvania. 4. June.

V. V.

pratensis.

multifida.

Nasturtium.

8. C. glabra, erecta, simplex ; foliis pinnatis, foliolis radi.

calibus subrotundis dentatis, caulinis lanceolatis sub-
integris, racemis subcorymbosis.-Willd. sp. pl. 3.

p. 487.
Icon. Fl. dan. 1039. Engl. bot. 776.
In meadows: Hudson's Bay. 4. May. v. s. in Herl.

Banks. Flowers large, reddish purple.
9. C. pubescens, ramosa ; foliis interrupte pinnatis, pinnis

bipinnatifidis, laciniis rotundatis incisis, siliquis bre

vibus.- Herb. Banks.
In Florida. Bartrum. 4. v. s. in Herb. Banks.

535. SISYMBRIUM. Gen. pl. 1089.
1. S. siliquis declinatis brevibus, foliis pinnatis, foliolis sub.

rotundis repando-pauci-dentatis. --Willd. sp. pl. 3.

p. 489.
Icon. Fl. dan. 690. Schkuhr handb. 187.
In rivulets and springs : New England to Virginia. 4.
June, July. v. v.

Water-Cress is found in most
countries; I observed it in abundance in the rivulets

on the high mountains of the island of Dominica.
2. S. siliquis declinatis oblongo-ovatis, foliis pinnatifidis

serratis, petalis calyce brevioribus. Willd. sp. pl. 3.

p. 490.
S. terrestre. Smith fl. brit. 2. p.701.
Icon. Fl. dan. 409. Schkuhr handb. 187.
In inundated and low grounds : Canada to Carolina. 0,

July, Aug. v. v. Flowers yellow,
3. S. siliquis declinatis oblongo-ovatis, foliis oblongo-lan-

ceolatis pinnatifidisve serratis, petalis calyce longiori

bus. Willd. sp. pl. 3. p. 491.
Icon. Fl. dan. 984.
In ponds and ditches : Pensylvania to Virginia. 4. June,

Aug. v. v. Flowers yellow.
4. S. foliis pinnato-decompositis subpilosis, petalis calyce

minoribus. Willd. sp. pl. 3. p. 500.
Icon. Fl. dan. 528. Engl. bot. 963.
On road sides : Virginia ; rare. 0. July, Aug. v. v.

Flowers very small, pale yellow.

palustre.

amphibium.

Sophia.

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536. CLEOME.

Gen. pl. 1099. 1. C. foribus gynandris, foliis quinatis, caule inermi. pentaphylla.

Willd sp. pl. 3. p. 564.
Icon. Jacq. hort. vind. 24. Rheed. mal.9. t. 24.
In cultivated grounds: Pensylvania and Virginia ; rare.

0. July. v. v. Flowers pale red, of a singular

structure. 2. C. glabra; floribus hexandris, foliis ternatis, foliolis serrulata.

lanceolatis tenuissime serrulatis, racemo elongato,

bracteis linearibus. On the banks of the Missouri. O. Aug. v. s. in Herb.

Lewis. Flowers pale purple or white. 3. C. glabrum; floribus dodecandris, foliis ternatis ellipticis, dodecandra.

foribus axillaribus solitariis.-Willd. sp. pl. 3. p. 566. Icon. Sloan, hist. 1. t. 124. f. 1. On the banks of the Mississippi. O. July. v.v. Flow

ers purple.

XV. MONADELPHIA.

I. TRIANDRIA.

537. PHYLLANTHUS. Cal. 6-partitus, campanulatus.

Cor. O. Styli 3. bifidi. Caps. 3-locularis. Seni, so.

litaria. Monoicus. 538. MELOTHRIA. Cal. 5-dentatus. Cor. campanulata.

Stigm. 3. Bacca 3-locularis, polysperma. 539. MOMORDICA. Cal. 5-fidus. Cor. 5-partita. Styl.

3-fidus. Pepo sicca elastice dissiliens. Sem. com

pressa. Monoica. 540. SICYOS. Cal. 5-dentatus. Cor. 5-partita. Styl.

3-fidus. Pepo monosperma. Monoica.

II. PENTANDRIA.

541. PASSIFLORA. Cal. 5-partitus. Pet. 5. calyci in.

serta. Nectar. corona filamentosa. Styli 3. Pepo

pedicellata. 542. IRESINE. Cal. 2-phyllus. Pet. 5. Nectar. 5-6-7.

Stigm. 2. sessilia. Caps, seminibus tomentosis.

Dioica. 343. ILLECEBRUM. Cal. 5-phyllus, cartilagineus. Cor.o.

Squamulæ 5. basi in tubum connatæ. Sligma 2-fi.

dum. Caps. 1-sperma, calyce tecta. 544. GALAX. Cal. 5-partitus. Pet. 5. imo staminum

affixa. Urceolus 10-fidus, laciniis 5. alternis brevioribus, antheriferis. Stigm. 3-lobum. Caps. 3-locu.

laris, 3-valvis, polysperma. 545. LOBELIA. Cul. 5-fidus. Cor. 1-petala, irregularis,

sæpius fissa. Caps, infera, 2-3-locularis.

III. DECANDRIA,

546. GERANIUM. Cal. 5-phyllus. Pet. 5. Stam. 10.

Stigm. 5. Arilli 5. monospermi, aristati.

IV. POLYANDRIA.

547. HALESIA. Cal. 4-dentatus, superus. Cor. 4-fida.

Slam. 8-12. Nur 4-angularis, 2-sperma. 548. STYRAX. Cal. subinteger, inferus. Cor. infundi

buliformis, 5—7-partita. Stam. 8–16. Drupa l

2-sperma, coriacea.
549. HOPEA. Cal. 5-fidus, superus.

Cor. 5-petala.
Stam. multa, connata in 5. corpora. Styl. 1. Drupa

núce 3-loculari.
550. GORDONIA. Cal. 5-phyllus. Pet. 5. basi connata.

Styl. 5-gonus, stigmate 5-fido. Caps. 5-locularis.

Recept. centrale, columnare. Sem. bina, ala foliacea. 551. STEWARTIA. Cal. 5-partitus. Pet. 5. Styl. 5.

connati s. liberi. Stigm. capitatum, sub-5-lobum.
Caps. 5-locularis, 5-valvis, valvulis medio septiferis,

loculis 1-2-spermis. Sem. 1-2. ossea.
552. SIDA. Cal. simplex, angulatus. Styl. multiparti-

tus. Caps. plures, l-spermæ. 553. CRISTARIA. Cal. simplex, 5-fidus. Pet. 5. ungui

culata. Styli plures. Fructus orbiculato-depressus,

pellicula tectus, dehiscens in Arillos bialatos. 554. MALVA. Cal. duplex: exterior 3-phyllus. Pet. 5.

Caps. plurimæ, evalves, 1-spermæ. 555. MALOPE. Cal. duplex : exterior 3-phyllus. Caps.

absque ordine glomeratæ, monospermæ. 556. HIBISCUS. Cal. duplex : exterior polyphyllus.

Pet. 5. Caps. 5-locularis, polysperma.

I. TRIANDRIA.

537. PHYLLANTHUS. Gen. pl. 1412.
1. P. foliis obovatis obtusiusculis, floribus geminis axillaribus

pedicellatis, caule erecto ramoso tereti. Willd. sp.
pl. 4. p. 574.

olovatus.

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