The American Journal of Science/Series 1, Volume 4/Plants of Litchfield

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Art. VII.List of Plants growing spontaneously in Litchfield and its vicinity.
[Communicated by Mr. John P. Brace]
MONANDRIA.
Digynia.
Calltriche.
1.   hiterophylla(Ph.) In a ditch near Wolcottville manufactory. June. 
vernaMuhl
aquaticaBig.
Cinna.
1.   arundinaceaL.  Shady Swamps. August. 

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DIANDRIA.
Monogynia.
Utricularia.
1.   vulgarisPh. et Big. Streams of the Little Pon v. v. Aug. Yellow.
macrorhyzaN. Y. Cat.
2.   cornutaMx.  Spagnous Swamps, near the Cranberry pond. Aug. Yellow.
Gratiola.
1.   aureaMuhl. Wet places. Aug. Yellowish white.
officinalisMx. ?
2.   virginicaL.  Wet places. Aug. Purple.
3.   neglectaTorrey, N. Y. Cat. Borders of the Bantum Lake. Aug. Yellow.
pubescensEaton.
Veronica.
1.   serpyllifoliaL.  Streets and pastures. Blue. May.
2.   beccabunga  Brooks. June. Blue.
3.   sentillataL.  Wet places, near streams. June. Blue.
4.   arvensisL.  Dry places in streets. May.  Aug. Blue.
5.   peregrinaSm.  Cultivated fields. May. White.
Lycopus.
1.   EuropaeusL.  Wet places. Aug. White.
2.   VirginicusL.  With the last. Aug. White.
Monarda.
1.   didymaL.  Near old garden spots. July. Red.Introduced.
Collinsonia.
1.   CanadensisL.  Woods. Aug. Yellow.
Fraxinus.
1.   discolorMx. f. Woods. May. 
americana.
2.   sambucifolia.  Wild swamps. May. 
Circaea.
1.   LutetianaL. Moist woods. May. White
var. alpina.
Digynia.
Anthoxanthum.
1.   odoratumL  Meadows. May. June.

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TRIANDRIA.
Monogynia.
Sisyrinchium.
1.   ancepsLmk.  Wet meadows. June. Blue.
Iris.
1.   Virginica L.  Near streams.  June. Blue.
2.   VersicolorL.  With the last.   Blue.
Xyris.
1.   JupicaiMx. Border of the Bantum Lake. Aug. Yellow.
CarolinianaPh.
flavaEat.
Schoenus.
1.   albusL. Spagnous swamps of the Cranberry pond. Aug. 
Rhynchospora alba
2.   glomeratisL. Wet pastures. Aug. 
R. glomerata.
3.   mariscoidesMuhl.  Borders of Ponds. Aug. 
Cyperus.
1.   parviflorusMuhl.  Banks of Ponds. Aug. 
2.   strigosusL.  Wet Pastures. Aug. 
3.   poeformis.Ph.  With the last. Aug. 
4.   mariscoides Sprengel. Dry sandy fields. Aug. 
Scirpus cyperiformisMuhl.
Mariscus cyperiformis.N. Y. Cat. et Syn
5.   inflexus.Muhl. Banks of ponds. Aug. 
uncinatus.Ph.
6.   bicolor.Barton.  With the last. Aug. 
7.   diandrus.Tor. N. Y. Cat.  With the last. Sept. 
Dulichium.
1.   spathaceum.Rich. In swamps, near ponds. Aug. 
Cyperus spathaceus.Wild.
Scirpus.
1.   tenuis. Willd.  Overflowed places.  June. 
2.   capitatus. L.  Borders of ponds.  July. 
3.   trichodes. Muhl.  Overflowed places.  July. 
4.   intermedius.Muhl?  Wet places.  Aug.  
5.   capillaris. Muhl.  Sandy fields.  Aug.  
6.   lacustris.  Borders of Dog pond. Goshen. June.
7.   acutus. Muhl.  Borders of ponds.  June. 
8.   debilis Ph. et Muhl. Sandy borders of the Great Pond. Sept.
9.   autumnalis. Muhl.  With the last.  Sept. 
10.   Americanus. Pers. Marshes near ponds. July. 
triquetus Mx.
11.   palustris L.  Borders of ponds.  July. 
Eriophorum..
1.   Virginicum L.  Cranberry pond Swarmps.  
2.   angustifoliumL.  With the last. July. 
3.   vaginatum Guad. With the last. April. 
cespitosum Ph.
Tricophorum..
1.   cyperinum Pers. Wet meadows. July. 
Eriophorum cyperinumL.

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Digynia.
Oryzopsis.
asperifolia.Mx.  Woods. May? 
Panicum.
1.   glaucum. L.  Cultivated grounds. Aug. 
2.   Crus-galli. L.  With the last.  Aug. 
3.   Latifolium. L.  Woods.  June. 
4.   pubescens. Muhl.  Pastures.  July. 
5.   discolor.  With the last.  July. 
6.   nitidum. Lmk.  Pastures.  July. 
7.   agrostoides. Muhl.  Wet meadows.  Aug. 
8.   geniculatum. Muhl.  Borders of ponds.  Aug. 
9.   capillare. L.  cultivated grounds. Aug. 
10.   lanuginosum. Ell?  Mount Tom.  June. 
11.   nervosum. Muhl?  Pastures.  July. 
12.   depauperatum.  With the last.  July. 
Digitaria.
1.   sanguinalis Muhl. Streets.  Aug. 
Panium sanguinale.L.
2.   paspalodes. Mx.  Sandy streets. Aug. 
Paspalum.
ciliatifolium.Mx.  Barren pastures. Sept. 
Aristida.
dichotoma.Mx.  Sandy streets. Sept. 
Alopecurus.
1.   pratensis. L.  Meadows.  June. Introduced.
2.   geniculatus.Muhl.  Wet places. June. 
Phalaris.
1.   arundinacea.Mx.  Wet meadows. Aug. 
Milium.
pungens.Torrey (MSS.)  Mount Tom. May. 
Agrostis.
1.   alba L.  Meadows and streets. July. 
Var. purpurascens.  Near Streams.  July. 
2.   vulgaris. Sm.  Meadows.  July. 
3.   Mexicana. Muhl.  Wet meadows.  Aug.  
4.   Virginica. Muhl.  Streets.  Sept. 
5.   diffusa. Muhl.      
6.   setosa. Muhl. Swamps of the Cranberry pond. Sept. 
racemosa. Mx.
Polypogon glomeratus.N. Y. Cat.
7.   tenuiflora.Muhl.  Shady places. Sept. 
Muhlenbergia.
1.   erecta. Schreb.  Wet woods. July. 
2.   diffusa.Schreb.  Streets.  Sept. 
Leersia.
1.   Oryzoides.Swarts.  Swamps.  Aug. 
2.   Virginica.Willd.  Wet woods. Aug. 
Trichodium.
1.        
Phleum.
1.        
Aria.
1.        
Elymus.
1.        
2.        

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