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On the banks of ponds and ditches : Pensylvania and

Virginia. 0. July-Sept. v. v. The Powers of

this genus are very inconspicuous. 2. A. hirsutissima; foliis arcte sessilibus simplicibus oblon

bidentata. gis supra basin latescentem utrinque unidentatis, fructu tetragono infra apicem quadrispinoso.

Mich. f. amer. 2. p. 182. In the western parts of the Allegany mountains o.

July-Sept. v. v. 3. A. hirsuta, aspera ; foliis 3-lobis serratis, lobis ovali-lan- trifida.

ceolatis acuminatis, fructu infra apicem 6-spinoso.

Willd. sp. pl. 4. p. 375.
Icon. Moris. hist. 3. s. 6. t. 1. f. 4.
On the banks of rivers and ditches: Pensylvania to Ca-

rolina. 0. Aug. Sept. v. v. From five to eight

feet high. 4. A. foliis bipinnatifidis glabriusculis, petiolis longe cilia. elatior.

tis, racemis terminalibus paniculatis, caule virgato.

Willd. sp. pl. 4. p. 376. In old fields : Canada to Carolina. 0. June-Aug. v.v. 5. A. foliis bipinnatifidis subtus canescentibus summis pin- artemisifolia.

natifidis, racemis terris terminalibus, ramis fastigiatis,

Willd. sp. pl. 4. p. 376.
In fields and waste grounds : Pensylvania to Carolina.

0. Aug. Sept. v. v. 8. A. foliis glabris bipinnatifidis summis pinnatifidis, race- paniculata.

mis terminalibus solitariis, ramis fastigiatis. Willd. sp.

pl. 4. p. 376. Icon. Pluk. alm. t. 10. f. 5. In old fields and on road sides: Canada to Florida. 0.

July-Sept. v.v. 7. A. foliis caulinis pinnatifidis subdentatis petiolatis, rameis heterophylla.

summis lanceolatis sessilibus, petiolis longe ciliatis,
racemis terminalibus solitariis, caule paniculato.

Willd. sp. pl. 4. p. 379.
On the banks of rivers and ditches : near Philadelphia.

0. July-Sept. v.v.

667. XANTHIUM. Gen. pl. 1426. 1. X. caule inermi ramoso, foliis cordatis lobatis serratis Strumarium.

scabris basi trinervibus, fructibus ellipticis pubescenti-
bus setis rigidis uncinatis.-Willd. sp. pl. 4. p. 373.

Icon. Fl. dan. 970.
On road sides, among rubbish and cultivated grounds :

New England to Pensylvania. 0. Aug. Sept. v. v.
The fruit resembles the common Burdock.

V. SEGREGAT A.

carolinianus.

668. ELEPHANTOPUS. Gen. pl. 1347. 1. E. foliis radicalibus caulinisque oblongis basi angustatis

utrinque pilosis, caule simplici erecto piloso.-Willd.

sp. pl. 3. p. 2390. E, scaber. Mich. ft. amer. 2. p. 148. Icon. Dill. elth. t. 106. f. 126. Sloan. hist. 1. t. 156.

f. 1. In shady woods: Virginia to Florida. 4. Aug.-Oct.

Flowers red. 2. E. foliis radicalibus caulinisque ovatis basi attenuatis

utrinque tomentosis, caule simplici tomentoso.-Willd.

sp. pl. 3. p. 2390.
On dry sunny hills : Lower Virginia and Carolina.

Aug.-Oct. v.v. Flowers deep red.

V. V.

tomentosus.

4.

XVIII. GYNANDRIA.

I. MONANDRIA.

* Calyculatæ ; filamentum basi styli insertum. 669. THALIA. Cal. minimus, triphyllus. Cor. 5-petala:

duo interiora minora. Anthera simplex, ovata, filamento proprio depresso innixa. Stylus simplex, ab anthera deflexus. Stigma perforatum ringens. Bacca

1-sperma. 670. CANNA. Cal. 3-phyllus. Cor. 6-partita, erecta.

Nectar. bipartitum revolutum. Styl. lanceolatus, corollæ adnatus. Caps. muricata, 3-locularis, poly

sperma. ** Ecalyculatæ ; filamentum nullum ; anthera apice styli

inserta, liloba. 671. ORCHIS. Cor. ringens : petalo superiore fornicato.

Labellum dilatatum, basi subtus calcaratum aut sac

catum. Anthora terminalis, adnata. 672. NEOTTIA. Cor. ringens: petalis lateralibus exte

rioribus antice circa basin labelli ventricosum con

nexis. Anthera stylo parallela, postice inserta. 673. ARETHUSA. Cor. subringens : petalis subconniven

tibus. Labellum ecalcaratum. Anthera opercularis,

persistens. Pollen pulvereo-granulatum. 674. EPIPACTIS. Cor. erecto-patens. Labellum ecalca

ratum, planum, pendulum, apice bifidum. Anthera

opercularis, persistens. 675. MALAXIS. Cor. patens, resupinata. Labellum con

cavo-patulum, adscendens. Anthera opercularis. 676. CYMBIDIUM. Cor. erecta vel patens. Labellum

basi concavum, ecalcaratum, lamina patula. Anthera opercularis, decidua. Pollen globosum.

VOL. II.

677. CALYPSO. Cor. 6-petala: 5. sursum expansa.

Labellum sacciforme, dorso basis 2-calcaratum. Stylus late alatus. Sligma operculo 2-lobo absconditum. Pollen lamellis 4. solidis.

II. DIANDRIA.

678. CYPRIPEDIUM. Cor. 4-petala, patens. Labellum

ventricoso-inflatum, obliquum. Stylus superne lobo petaloideo appendiculatus.

III. HEXANDRIA.

679. ARISTOLOCHIA. Cor. 1-petala, tubuloso-ligulata,

basi ventricosa. Styl. O. Caps. infera, 6-locularis.

IV. DODECANDRIA.

680. ASARUM. Cor. tubuloso-campanulata, 3-4-fida.

Antheræ mediis filamentis adnatæ. Caps, infera, coronata, 6-locularis.

I. MON ANDRIA.

dealbata.

669. THALIA. Gen. pl. 10. 1. T. panicula albido-pulverulenta, spathis bifloris, foliis

ovatis apice revolutis.- Roscoe in linn. trans. 8. p. 340. Icon. In a single plate of J. Fraser. In impenetrable swamps of South Carolina. 4. Aug.

Sept. v. v. s. fl. ; v. s. c. fl. in Herb. Lambert. A tall and handsome plant; Aowers small, purple. J. Millington, Esq. of South Carolina, is, to my knowledge, the first discoverer of this elegant plant. It was introduced into the English gardens by the Messrs. Frasers.

670. CANNA. Gen. pl. 1. 1. C. foliis petiolatis lanceolatis costatis, corollæ limbo in- angustifolia.

teriore trifido: laciniis strictis emarginatis.-Willd. sp.

pl. 1. p. 3?
C. glauca. Walt. fl. car. 59.
In deep and almost impregnable swamps of Georgia.

Enslen. 4. July, Aug. v. s. in Herb. Enslen. Flow-
ers scarlet. It approaches near to C. indica, and pro-
bably may be a new species, if not the true C. an-

gustifolia. 2. C. foliis sessilibus lanceolatis glaucis, corollæ limbo in- flaccida.

teriore trifido: laciniis flaccidis.- Roscoe in linn.

trans. 8. p. 339.
C. glauca ß. flaccida. Willd. sp. pl. 1. p. 4.
C. angustifolia. Wall. f. car. 59.
Icon. Salisb. stirp. rar. 3. t. 2. Thomps. bot. t. 1. Re.

douté lilioc. 107.
In swamps of South Carolina. 4. Aug. Sept. v. v.

Flowers large, yellow, 671. ORCHIS. Swartz act. holm. 1800, p. 205.

* Radicibus testiculatis. 1. O. labello oblongo-lanceolato pinnatim ciliato petalis du. ciliaris.

plo longiore, cornu germine longiore. Willd. sp. pl. 4.

p. 8.

Icon. Bot. rep. 42.
In old meadows and exsiccated swamps : Canada to Ca-

rolina. 4. June, July. v. v. Flowers a bright

golden-yellow, very handsome. 2. O. labello lanceolato ciliato longitudine petali supremi, blephariglot

cornu germine longiore. Willd. sp. pl. 4. p. 9. tis. Orchis testiculata foribus niveis, &c. Clayt. no. 560. In low swampy bottoms : New Jersey to Carolina. 4.

June, July. v. v. Flowers clear white; resembles

the preceding very much. 3. O. labello 3-partito, laciniis capillaceo-multifidis, petalis psycodes.

obtusis, cornu filiformi-clavato adscendente germinis

longitudine. Willd. sp. pl. 4. p. 39. In old fields, on the side of swamps : Canada to Virgi.

nia. 4. June-Aug. v.s. Flowers yellow. 4. O. labello oblongo pinnatim-ciliato, petalis rotundatis, cristala.

binis lateralibus dentatis, cornu germine breviore.
Willd. sp. pl. 4. p.9. Mich. A. amer. 2. p. 156.

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