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BOTANY Dactylis glomerata, L. [all] Briza media, L. [all] Poa annua, L. [all] pratensis, L. [all] var. angustifolia, L. 5, 6, 8 var. strigosa, Gaud. 4 trivialis, L. [all] nemoralis, L. 19 compressa, L. I 5, 7-10 var. polynoda, Parn. 4-8, 10 Glyceria aquatica, Sin. 1-9 fluitans, Br. [all] plicata, Fr. 2-9 var. pedicillata, Towns. I, 2, 510 Festuca elatior, L. [all] pratensis, Huds. [all] var. loliacea, Curt. 1-5, 7 gigantea, Vill. [all] ovina, L. 14, 6-8 duriuscula, L. I, 2, 4, 8, 10 rubra, L. [all] fallax, Th. 1-5, 8-10 Myuros, L. I, 4, 5, 7, 10 sciuroides, Roth, [all] rigida, Kth. 4, 5, 7-10 Bromus asper, Murr. [all] erectus, Huds. 4, 5, 710 var. villosus, Bab. 4, 5, 7 sterilis, L. [all] mollis, L. [all] racemosus, L. 1-4, 6-10 var. commutatus, Schrad. 2, 4-10 secalinus, L. I 10 var. velutinus, Schrad. 4, 7 Brachypodium sylvaticum, R. & S. [all] pinnatum, Beauv. 4, 5, 79 var. pubescens, Syme. 4 Lolium perenne, L. [all] var. italicum, A. Br. 14, 7, 9, 10 temulentura, L. 6 Agropyrum caninum, Beauv. [all] repens, Beauv. [all] var. barbatum, Duval-Jouve. 3, 5, 7-9 Nardus stricta, L. 1-3, 6-9 Hordeum murinum, L. [all] pratense, Huds. [all] FIHCES Pteris aquilina, L. [all] Lomaria Spicant, Desv. i, 2, 4, 6, 8, 9 Asplenium Ruta-muraria, L. [all] Trichomanes, L. 2-4, 6, 9 Asplenium Adiantum-nigrum, L. 2, 4, 6, 8-10 Athyrium Filix-fcemina, Bernh. [all] var. rhoeticum, Roth. 1-3, 6-8, 10 var. molle, Roth. 3, 8 Ceterach, L. 3-6, 8 Scolopendrium vulgare, Sm. 1-8 Cystopteris fragilis, Bernh. 4 Aspidium lobatum, Sw. 1-6, 8, 9 aculeatum, Sw. 1-4, 6, 8 angulare, Willd. 1-6 Nephrodium Filix-mas, Rich, [all] var. affinis, Fisch. 13, 6-9 var. paleacea, Moore. 1-4, 6, 7, 9, 10 spinulosum, Desv. 14, 6-9 dilatatum, Desv. 1-4, 6-10 Thelypteris, Desv. I, 6 Oreopteris, Desv. 1-4, 6 Polypodium vulgare, L. 1-4, 6-10 Osmunda regalis, L. i, 2, 4 Ophioglossum vulgatum, L. 1,2, 4-7, 9 Botrychium Lunaria, Sw. i, 2, 4, 9 EQUISETACEJE Equisetum arvense, L. [all] maximum, Lamk. [all] sylvaticum, L. 1-3, 6, 8 palustre, L. 1-9 limosum, L. 1-6, 8-10 var. fluviatile, L. 1-6 hyemale, L. i LYCOPODIACEJE Lycopodium clavatum, L. 1,2 inundatum, L. 2 - Selago, L. 2 MARSILEACEJE Pilularia globulifera, L. 1,2 CHARACE^E Chara fragilis, Desv. 1-3 var. capillacea, C. & G. i var. Hedwigii, Kuetz. 2, 4, 8 contraria, Kuetz. 6 vulgaris, L. i, 3-5, 7 var. longibracteata, Kuetz. 1,2, 4-8, 10 var. papillata, Wall, i, 5 var. crassicaulis, Kuetz. 6 Tolypella glomerata, Leonh. 7 Nitella translucens, Agardh. 8 flexilis, Agardh. 1-4, 6 opaca, Agardh. i, 2, 6 THE MOSSES (Musci) The physical features of Warwickshire are not conducive to a varied moss flora. The atmospheric impurities which largely prevail, the great absence of the harder rocks, the high state of cultivation prevailing over its greater portion (the waste land being more limited than in any of the neighbouring counties), the very small extent of marsh, bog and heath- land, together with the total absence of mountain rocks, are all circum- stances tending to a limited moss flora. Still (with the exception of