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Thomson from specimens taken in Brighton Creek, near Dunedin. Since then i has been found in several localities Carbom the New Zealand coast where the water is more or less brackish, and Carbon sexual encounters in rotorua in the fresh-water lake Rotoiti, kn Auckland. In some amphipods were sent me from brackish water sexul Brisbane River, Queensland, where they had been collected, along with the destructive wood-boring isopod Sphaeroma terebrans Bate, by Dr. Harvey Johnston, Carbon sexual encounters in rotorua these prove to belong Carbkn the same species. The males are encounteds from the females by a lobe on the end of the penultimate joint of the peduncle of the lower antenna, and by a differently shaped second gnathopod.

The form originally figured by Thomson is an immature male. I have redescribed the species and given an account of the development of the sexual characters in a paper which will shortly be published in the Queensland Museum Memoirs, vol. The occurrence of the species in brackish waters in New Zealand and also in northern Australia is of considerable interest. List of Authors quoted. Campagnes scientifiques par Albert 1 de Monaco, Fasc. Flora Golfes von Neapel, Monogr. Dry ground near the verge of sea-cliffs, Manaia, Taranaki; Mrs.

I am not aware of a more northern locality on the western side of the North Island. Phillips Turner informs me that this species occurs in the valley of the McLennan River, a branch of the Tahakopa River, which flows into the sea about twenty miles south of Catlin's River, Otago. The locality is not far from the sea, and it would be interesting to ascertain whether both P. In the Illustrations of the New Zealand Flora vol. Moist sandy places on the coast near Manaia, Taranaki; Mrs.

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Not previously sexyal between Carbob Plymouth and Patea, but probably always to be found in damp places on sand-dunes of any extent. So far as I am aware, no one has recorded the presence of pneumatophores in Eugenia maire. They were first brought to my notice by Mr. Colin Stewart, late of Mangatai, Mokau, who supposed that they were connected enclunters the remarkable floating roots of Freycinetia Banksii, ni farther on in this paper. The mistake is a very natural one to make in a wooded swamp, where the roots of both species are almost inextricably on. Fisher, Carrbon resident in the locality, to make a careful search, emcounters resulted in enciunters that the pneumatophores were abundant in most suitable localities.

At a later date I visited the district under Mr. Fisher's guidance, and was able to prepare the following notes. The Carrbon of Eugenia maire rise from the ordinary roots of the tree, and reach a height of 9 in. They somewhat resemble the branches of Salicornia in — 10 — View Image appearance, but are not jointed, and are much more stiffly erect. They are obtuse and frequently swollen at the tip, spongy or corky, but are always furnished with encountera Carbon sexual encounters in rotorua woody ssxual axis. Encounetrs young Free casual sex in allerton ia 50008 growing part of the pneumatophore is usually coloured a reddish pink.

When old and apparently ceasing to perform its duties as an air-breather the outside layers die, and are thrown off in thin whitish flakes. No pneumatophores were noticed bearing leaves; but many of them give off thin slender shoots which turn downwards at an acute ortorua and, entering the ground, assume the appearance of true roots. The contrast between the stiffly erect true pneumatophores and the thinner branches all Friend finder sex in trincomalee sharply downwards is very remarkable.

It is much to be desired that some one would work out the anatomical peculiarities of these curious structures. I have to thank Mr. James Speden, of Gore, for an excellent suite of specimens of this distinct species, collected on The Ij, near Lake Hauroko, at an elevation of about 3, ft. Chudleigh informs me that until comparatively recent years Coxella was fairly abundant on the north-east to north-west slopes of Cape Young Mairangion the north side of Chatham Island, and may still linger there. Originally the plant was more or less abundant on the whole of the cliffs of the northern side, but has been destroyed by sheep in all localities to which they can gain access.

Sea-cliffs near Manaia, Taranaki; Mrs. Not previously recorded anywhere on the coast-line south of New Plymouth. I am indebted to Mr. Martin, of Christchurch, for a specimen of this, gathered in forest at Akaroa. It is not mentioned in Mr. At the same time, considering its distribution elsewhere in New Zealand, it is precisely one of those species that might be reasonably expected to occur. Gnaphalium Lyallii Hook, f. Damp rotoura on sea-cliffs near Manaia, Taranaki; Encountwrs. As this handsome plant has been gathered northwards at Opunake by the late Mr.

Kirk, and to the south at Waingongoro by Cargon. Cockayne, we may assume that it is probably abundant on encounterz Taranaki sea-coast to the south of Cape Egmont. Kirk is certainly nothing more than a starved diminutive form. On the railway reclamations on the foreshore of Auckland Harbour rotoura has appeared in immense abundance during the last two or three years, chiefly in places where water has stagnated in winter or — 11 — View Image spring. The ordinary form of the species, which is abundant in the same locality, when growing in good soil and plentifully supplied with moisture has numerous branching stems, creeping below but ascending at the tips, and has Carbon sexual encounters in rotorua average-height of from 5 in.

From that it passes imperceptibly into much sexuao states, in which the stems are unbranched, the leaves linear and entire, and the flower-heads much smaller and solitary, thus constituting the so-called variety. When seeds are abundantly produced, and the surrounding area is unoccupied, multitudes of seedlings appear, so Carbln packed and so reduced in size as to resemble patches of moss when seen from a little distance. A patch of these seedlings, measuring 2 in. A yard square, if covered in a similar manner—and several such instances were observed—would contain at least half a million plants. James Speden, of Gore, sends me specimens of this, gathered at an elevation of 3, ft.

Speden informs me that he frequently observed leaves over 2 ft. None of the specimens of D. Townsoni sent to me by its discoverer has leaves much over 12 in. Townson informs me that possibly small specimens were selected for convenience of carriage. Speden's plant has the peculiar decurved lateral panicle of D. Townsoni, but he saw no branched specimens. It has long been known that although this species ordinarily produces purplish flowers, yet occasionally white-flowered specimens are seen; but no one seems to have observed that in such cases the colour of the stems and of the veins of the leaves is also affected.

As far back as I noticed that in white-flowered specimens observed by myself at Buckland the aspect of the plant was somewhat different from that of the purple-flowered variety; and at various times since then the same thought has occurred to me, but I failed to carry the inquiry any further. Early inhowever, Mr. Townson observed that the white-flowered variety was by no means rare near Pukekohe Auckland Districtand was induced to pay a little attention to it. He ascertained that not even one single white flower is ever produced on a purple-flowered plant. He also established the fact that on a white-flowered plant the leaves are pale green, and much thinner and more delicate in texture, so that the whole plant has a more slender and graceful appearance; and the stems and veins of the leaves are pale-greenish or yellowish-green.

On the other hand, the plants with purple flowers have coarser leaves, and the veins of the leaves and the stems are purplish or brownish-purple. James Graham, of Patumahoe, has also investigated the matter. He informs me that, having noticed several plants with white flowers on the earthworks of the Waiuku railway, he collected a number of seeds and had them sown in the Patumahoe School garden. About thirty plants — 12 — View Image were raised, all of which have the thin leaves and yellowish veins of the white-flowered variety.

All the plants that have flowered up to the present time have borne white flowers. The facts thus collected by Mr. This plant is singularly rare, and is seldom seen in any quantity. I am not aware that it has been gathered in any locality on the western side of either the North or the South Island. Townson has forwarded specimens gathered on the summit of a lofty hill between the Kauaeranga River and the Hihi Stream, Thames. This is at least miles from the nearest part of the Ruahine Mountains, the most northerly locality previously known. Sixtus, of Umutai, on the western flanks of the Ruahine Range, for specimens of this, parasitic on Olea Cunninghamii, which is quite a new host so far as my own knowledge is concerned.

Townson, so well known from his fruitful botanical exploration of the Westport district, but now resident at the Thames, has been fortunate enough to discover this remarkable plant in great abundance in the elevated forest district lying north-east from the town of Thames. So far as I can judge, this is a continuation of the locality where it was observed by the late Mr. Kirk in April, see Trans. In all cases the host was Schefflera digitata, as is usual in the northern portion of the Auckland Provincial District. The rhizome attains a considerable size, the largest seen weighing over 6 lb. As the result of the examination of very numerous specimens Mr.

Townson has definitely proved that the mature plant is monoecious, the male and female spadices being produced on the same rhizome, and often side by side. The male spadices, however, are the more numerous. All observers have pronounced the flowers to be highly fragrant, but disagree as to the nature of the perfume. The scent was so attractive to flies that all day long it was surrounded by a little crowd of them. The flowering season appears to last, at the Thames, from the middle of March to the middle of April. Trevor has discovered another locality for this species in the Bay of Islands County, a few miles distant from the Ngamahanga wahi-tapu mentioned in my last contribution to this series Trans.

This makes it probable that the plant may be observed in other stations north of Auckland. For a new southern locality I am indebted to Mr. Allison, who informs me that it is not uncommon at the base of the Paeroa Range, between Waiotapu and Orakei-korako. I am not aware that any one has recorded the presence of curious floating roots in Freycinetia Banksii. My first acquaintance with them was derived from a fragment forwarded by Mr. Aston last February, which was collected by Mr. Sidney Fry in the Totara Creek, a small tributary of the Mokau River, junctioning with it about eighteen miles above its mouth. This fragment presented several unusual features, and I was consequently glad to avail myself of the kind assistance of Mr.

Colin Stewart, at that time residing in the locality, for obtaining a copious supply of specimens. These consisted of slender roots, often several feet in length, in which the central axis is firm and solid, but the cortical tissue very loose and open. These roots are copiously branched, the ultimate divisions being very numerous and filiform. The outstanding peculiarity of the roots, however, which at once attracts attention, is that they are regularly girdled, as it were; with conspicuous spongy or corky whitish rings. These give the roots a very remarkable appearance, so that Mr.

Colin Stewart, in endeavouring to find the origin of the roots, considered that he had traced them to a tree which I have identified as Eugenia maire, the branches, leaves, and pneumatophores of which he sent. But this I believe to be a very pardonable mistake. A lengthened search at Birkdale, in a swampy district where both Eugenia and Freycinetia are abundant, and in which I had the assistance of Mr. John Bishop, resulted in showing that while it was comparatively easy to connect the floating roots with Freycinetia, and the pneumatophores, with Eugenia, all attempts to trace the floating roots to Eugenia failed. This is one of the species added to the florula of Macquarie Island by Mr.

Hamilton, during the stay of a portion of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition on that island during the years— This also has been collected on Macquarie Island for the first time by Mr. Its existence thereon might have been safely predicted, seeing that it is the most common species of the genus on the islands to the south of New Zealand. It has also been recorded from Tasmania and from the isolated Amsterdam Island, but both these localities require fuller confirmation. Apparently not common, for Mr. Hamilton remarks on his labels that it was seen only in the locality quoted above.

The geographical distribution of the species is given in the Manual. Culms numerous, erect or geniculate at the base, 6—12 cm. Leaves equalling the culms or longer than them, rather narrow, 1—2 mm. Panicle narrow, glabrous, 2—3 cm. Spikelets 6—15, 3—5-flowered, 6—7 mm. Empty glumes unequal, the lower half to two-thirds the length of the upper, glabrous, oblong, obtuse, 3-nerved. Flowering-glumes, ovate or broadly ovate-oblong, rounded at the back, not keeled, 5-nerved, glabrous or very faintly pubescent on the nerves, minutely 3-toothed at the tip or irregularly erose. Palea broad, 2-keeled, the keels ciliolate. Hamilton remarks that this is a common coastal grass, found in crevices in bare rock or on the cliffs.

Some of his specimens are plentifully mixed with Tillaea moschata or Colobanthus muscoides, both plants common in littoral situations. Scraps of Callitriche antarctica are also present. Its discovery adds another species to the list of those endemic in Macquarie Island, of which three species are now known—Deschampsia penicillata, poa Hamiltoni, and Triodia macquariensis.

I have found it a puzzling plant to place. It differs from Poa principally, in the flowering-glumes being rounded on the back, and minutely 3-toothed or irregularly erose at the tip. It Live sexwepcam com with Atropis in the flowering-glumes being rounded on the back, but differs in habit, and in the 3-toothed Carbon sexual encounters in rotorua of the flowering-glumes. Although not a typical Triodia, it must be kept in the vicinity of the New Zealand T. I reproduce it here to draw fuller attention to the species, which may occur in the islands to the south of New Zealand.

Macquarie Island, not uncommon on rocks near the sea; Dr. This is the plant described as a new species — 15 — View Image by Mr. Kirk, under the name of F. Kirk had only two very indifferent specimens to-deal with; but, fortunately, Mr. Hamilton secured a fair number of specimens. An examination of these proved that the plant was either very closely allied to the Fuegian and Kerguelen Festuca erecta D'Urville or positively identical with it. There being no authenticated specimens of F. Stapf, of the Kew Herbarium, with the, view of having a comparison made. This he has kindly done, with the result of proving that the Macquarie Island plant is identical with F.

I am not aware that any actual measurements of the height of this species have been published. With the view of putting some definite information on record, I induced Mr. Le Roy to measure the height of two fine specimens growing in a ravine on his property at Birkenhead. He informs me that the smaller of the two is 39 ft. As I have seen taller specimens, we can safely conclude that it occasionally reaches between 60 ft. Dicksonia squarrosa Swartz Mr. Le Roy has also been kind enough to measure the height of two specimens of Dicksonia squarrosa. The higher one measured 23 ft. Field, in his book, Ferns of New Zealand p. The description given is inconclusive, and the figure does not show sufficient detail to enable the generic position of the plant to be made out.

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