A Descriptive List of the Plants Collected by Dr. F.E. Blaisdell at Nome City, Alaska, Band 1

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Seite 145 - Reconnaissances in the Cape Nome and Norton Bay regions, Alaska, in 1900,
Seite 136 - Greene, lt\, p. 198. 1903. Bistorta leptophylla Greene, Leaflets, vol. 1, p. 20. 1904. Bistorta scaberula Greene, Ie, p. 77. 1904. Type locality. — "In low grounds on the banks of the Missouri, called Quamash-flats. " (Collected in Idaho.) Range. — In western North America from the subarctic regions south to California, Arizona, and New Mexico. Zone. — Canadian and in dwarfed forms to above timber line. Specimens examined. — Pyramid Peak, 8-9,000 feet, Brewer 2137 ; Caple's Lakes, 8,500 feet...
Seite 295 - in Europae pascuis pratisque." 157. AXTEXXARJA ALPiNA Gaertn. Fruct. 2:410. //. 167. 1791. — Heads solitary, with campanulate involucre tomentose at base, above black-brown : involucral scales of the male plant obtuse, denticulate at apex, often emarginate ; those of the female plant acuminate: upper leaves terminated by a scarious appendage, the lower mucronate. This agrees perfectly with the description of Lessing in Linnaea 6:221. 158. Aster arcticus, n. sp. — Stems...
Seite 289 - I -several, 10-1 5cm high, purple, glabrous and shining below, becoming woolly-pubescent above, clothed at base with brown, imbricated, ovate scales ; radical leaves on very slender petioles 2-3 times the length of the pinnatifid blades, glabrous with few very (2mm long) dentate divisions ; cauline leaves 2-2. 5cm long with broad, linear-lanceolate rhachis twice as broad as the deltoid, entire or dentate, toothlike divisions which extend almost or quite to the base of the 6 FlG.
Seite 203 - ... flowers I or rarely 2 on the stem : calyx white-hairy, with bractlets almost as broad and long as the ovate-lanceolate divisions : corolla with obcordate petals, glabrous, veiny, keeled on the back with a sharp margined ridge : styles shorter than the akenes.
Seite 138 - ... broad : stamens with flat filaments widening gradually to the base where they become fleshy and suddenly dilated, surpassing the sepals : ovary ovoid, obtuse, 6mm long, scabrous along the edges of the valves. Type range: "on the northwest coast of America. — Nelson.
Seite 292 - I5cm high, reddish, woolly-pubescent, leafy with opposite or whorled leaves : leaves petioled, pinnately divided, the oblong divisions with white cartilaginous teeth : flowers purplish, in interrupted, bracteate, whorled spikes : calyx shorter than the tube of the corolla, woolly, veiny, dentate : corolla with galea erect, scarcely arched, with blunt tip, spreading from the 3-lobed lower lip which is longer and several times broader : capsule ovate-acuminate, icm long, much exserted. Type range :...
Seite 142 - Siberia." 66. Delphinium Blaisdellii Eastwood, n. sp. — Root unknown : caudex woody, branching : lowest leaves less dissected than the upper ones, with four or five 3-5-parted divisions, obovate in outline, laciniately cleft into linear lobes which are entire or with a few teeth near the apex ; divisions of the upper leaves with 4-7 linear-acuminate divisions diverging...
Seite 137 - TUBEROSA Pall, ex Willd. in Roem. & Schult. Syst. 5:436. 1819. — Stems slender with two lanceolate leaves, opposite or alternate, i-2cm below the inflorescence : these leaves about 2cm long, narrowed at base, sessile, obtuse at apex, glabrous : flowers umbellately panicled, with pedicels recurved in fruit...
Seite 130 - CAREX MACROCHAETA CA Meyer. 22. CAREX MISANDRA R. Br. 23. CAREX RIGIDA Good. 24. CAREX SCIRPOIDES MX. 25. ERIOPHORUM ANGUSTIFOLIUM Roth. 26. ERIOPHORUM VAGINATUM L. JUNCACEAE.5 27. JUNCOIDES CAMPESTRE SUDETICUM (Willd.) Coville. 28. JUNCOIDES PARVIFLORUM (Ehrh.) Coville. 29. JUNCOIDES SP. 30. JUNCUS CASTANEUS Smith. 31. JUNCUS HAENKEI E. Mey. LILIACEAE. 32. LLOYDIA SEROTINA Sweet Hort. Brit. ed. II. 527.

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