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Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862)
Herbarium

 

Container List:

The names in brackets are the more current names. Special thanks go out to HUH Curatorial staff member Walter T. Kittredge for updating the names and general proofreading.

For more information on Thoreau click on Ray Angelo's Botanical Index to the Journal of Henry David Thoreau

Box 1

Portfolio 1
Folder 1: Labeled Ranunculaceae
Specimen 1: Clematis virginiana
Specimen 2: Pulsatilla nuttalliana Illinois from Frances Brown Brattleboro [P. patens ssp. multifida]
Specimen 3: Anemone nemorosa
Specimen 4: Hepatica triloba Cohasset Miss Brown, Hepatica acutiloba Brattleboro, Miss Brown
Specimen 5: Thalictrum anemonides [Anemonella thalictroides], Thalictrum dioicum
Specimen 6: T. dioicum, Sep. 4, '57, Thalictrum Rock
Specimen 7: Ranunculus aquatilis var. divaricatus
Specimen 8: T. dioicum, T. cornuti, T. cornuti leaf bud [T. polygamum]
Specimen 9: R. flammula var. reptans [Ranunculus flammulus var. filiformis] R. purshii [R. recurvatus]
Specimen 10: R. pensylvanicus, Walpole, NH
Specimen 11: R. fascicularis
Specimen 12: R. acre, R. bulbosus, R. repens
Specimen 13: Coptis trifolia, Caltha palustris
Specimen 14: Aquilegia canadensis, yellow A.C.
Specimen 15: Varalla var. alba [Actaea pachypoda]
Folder 2: Labeled Magnoliaceae, Anonaceae, Memispermaceae, Berberidaceae, Nelumbiaceae, Cabombaceae, Nymphaeaceae, Sarraceniaceae, Papaveraceae, Fumariaceae
Specimen 1: Brasenia peltata [B. schreberi]
Specimen 2: Berberis vulgaris, lower leaves
Specimen 3: Liriodendron tulipifera, brown leaves from Perth Amboy
Specimen 4: Sarracenia purpurea
Specimen 5: Nymphaea odorata
Specimen 6: Fumaria officinalis
Specimen 7: Corydalis glauca [C. sempervivens]
Specimen 8: Corydalis glauca [C. sempervivens]
Specimen 9: Adlumia cirrhosa [A. fungosa]
Specimen 10: Sanguinaria canadensis Brattleboro, Miss Brown
Specimen 11: Nuphar kalmiana [N. lutea ssp. pumila]
Specimen 12: Nuphar advena [N. lutea ssp. advena]

Box 2

Portfolio 1
Folder 3: Labeled Cruciferae
Specimen 1: Nasturtium palustre [Rorippa palustris]
Specimen 2: Dentaria diphylla [Cardamine diphylla] Brattleboro, M. Brown, Dentaria laciniata [Cardamine concatenata]
Specimen 3: Cardamine rhomboidea [C. bulbosa], Cardamine hirsuta
Specimen 4: Arabis canadensis, Turritis glabra [Arabisglabra]
Specimen 5: Turritus stricta, Lee and Chin, T. stricta w 2 rows of seed each side [Boechera stricta]
Specimen 6: Brattleboro M. Brown marked Arabis laevigata, T. stricta?
Specimen 7: Barbarea officinale, Sisymbrium officinale
Specimen 8: cabbage, turnip, ?
Specimen 9: Capsella bursa-pastoris, Lepidium virginicum
Specimen 10: Cakile americana [C. edentula] '55, Iberis umbellata, Raphanus rhaphanistium
Specimen 11: radish?, Raphanus sativus

Folder 4: Labeled Caphandaceae, Resedaceae, Violaceae, Cistaceae, Droseraceae, Parnassiaceae, Hypericaceae
Specimen 1: Drosera rotundifolia, D. longifolia [D. anglica], D. filiformis, Spoone Plymouth, Great North Pond
Specimen 2: V. lanceolata, V. blanda, V. palmata, V. cucullata
Specimen 3: V. sagittata, V. pedata, V. muhlenbergii, V. rostrata Brattleboro M. Brown
Specimen 4: V. pubescens
Specimen 5: Helianthemum canadense, Sept 2nd '56, July 28
Specimen 6: Hudsonia ericoides, Truro '55, Hudsonia tomentosa, Truro '55, Cape Cod, June 15, '57, Cape Cod, June 16, '57
Specimen 7: Lechea thymifolia [L. intermedia], nc Gray's plate
Specimen 8: unlabeled [Lechea]
Specimen 9: 3
Specimen 10: H. prolificum [H. spathulatum], Sep 26, 57, Monroe Garden
Specimen 11: Hypericum perforatum, H. corymbosum [H. punctatum], H. ellipticum
Specimen 12: H. angustifolium {H. lanceolatum], H. mutilum
Specimen 13: Elodes virginica, Hypericum perforatum, H. corynthium, H. ellipticum
Specimen 14: H. canadense, H. sarothra [H. gentianoides], Elodes virginica [Triadenum virginicum]

Box 3

Portfolio 1
Folder 5: Labeled Elatinaceae, Caryophyllaceae
Specimen 1: Saponaria vacearia, Silene inflata [S. vulgaris]
Specimen 2: Silene pensylvanica [S. caroliniana ssp. pensylvanica]
Specimen 3: Silene antirrhina, Mullein pink?, Bass River, Dennis, June 16 '57
Specimen 4: Agrostemma githago Acushnet, Truro '55, Plymouth Beach, June 13, Honckenya peploides, Touro '55
Specimen 5: Alsine groenlandica, Arenaria serpyllifolia, Moehringia lateriflora, Truro '55
Specimen 6: Stellaria media, St. longifolia
Specimen 7: Stellaria borealis, Cerastium viscosum [C. vulgatum], Sagina decumbens, Cerastium nutans?, Island Rock '56, seeds: .4-.7 m/m m diam., Cerastium nutans Raf., HDT Island Rock '56
Specimen 8: Spergularia rubra New Bedford, var. marina Acushnet, var. marina, Spergula arvensis
Specimen 9: Anychia dichotoma [Silene dichotoma], Scleranthus annuus
Specimen 10: Mollugo verticillatta

Folder 6: Labeled Portulaceae, Malvaceae, Tiliaceae, Cimelliaceae, Linaceae, Oxalidaceae, Geraniacaeae, Balsaminaceae, Limnanthaceae, Rutaceae, Anacardiaceae, Vitaceae
Specimen 1: Portulaca oleracea, Malva rotundifolia
Specimen 2: Hibiscus moscheutos
Specimen 3: Tilia americana
Specimen 4: Oxalis acetosella Maine, Maine 58, Maine 53, O. acetosella Brattleboro, Oxalis violacea, O. stricta, Sconticut neck
Specimen 5: G. maculatum, G. carolinianum var. dissectum [G. dissectum], both Aug 17 '56, M.G. Robertianum, Wachusett?, G. dissectum, G. carolinianum
Specimen 6: Impatiens fulva [I. capensis]
Specimen 7: Rhus typhina, Naushon, R. glabra
Specimen 8: R. copallina, R. venenata [Toxicodendron vernix]
Specimen 9: R. toxicodendron, on rock, var. radicam as maple [Toxicodendron radicans]
Specimen 10: Vitis mustangensis? muscadine?
Specimen 11: Common V. [Vitus], Nathaniel's barn, Merrits Pasture
Specimen 12: R.W.E. Catawba?, Ivy leafer over barberry bush, Conantum, Aug. 3 '56
Specimen 13: V. sinuata of Bitter cliff, V. sinuata path side, V. aestivalis Brattleboro
Specimen 14: V. sinuata
Specimen 15: V. sinuata pathside
Specimen 16: V. sinuata
Specimen 17: V. sinuata
Specimen 18: V. aestivalis, below rocks
Specimen 19: V. aestivalis below rocks
Specimen 20: V. aestivalis, Perth Amboy v. pr?, in November, V. cordifolia [V. vulpina]Brattleboro, V. fruit ripe in Sep.
Specimen 21: Natick Ampelopsis quinquefolia Purgatory [Parthenocissus quinquefolia]

Folder 7: Labeled Rhamnaceae, Celastraceae, Sapindaceae [Aceraceae], Polygalaceae
Specimen 1: Rhamnus cathartica, Ceanothus americanus
Specimen 2: Celastrus scandens
Specimen 3: Acer spicatum, Maine woods '53, A. spicatum Brattleboro, Maine '57
Specimen 4: A. saccharinum, A dasycarpum [A. saccharinum]
Specimen 5: A. rubrum, A macrophyllum, NW Coast, Watsons, June 15, '57
Specimen 6: White p.s. Polygala sanguinea, P. cruciata
Specimen 7: Polygala verticillata white, P. verticillata purple, Walpole NH, Southside, near old Bellow's House
Specimen 8: P. polygamatanginca, New Bedford, White, ministerial swamp, P. paucifolia

Box 4

Portfolio 2: Class 1 Dicotyledonous, sub class Angiospermous...
Folder 1: Labeled Leguminosae
Specimen 1: Lupinus perennis, white Beyond Lead Mill
Specimen 2: Crotolaria sagittalis
Specimen 3: Trifolium arvense, T. pratense, T. repens
Specimen 4: Medicago sativa, New Bedford, Lucerne Melilotus alba?, T. procumbens, Crimson clover native from Waterloo?
Specimen 5: Robinia pseudoacacia, Tephrosia virginiana
Specimen 6: Desmodium nudiflorum, Heywood Peak
Specimen 7: D. acuminatum [D. glutinosum]
Specimen 8: D. acuminatum [D. glutinosum]
Specimen 9: D. rotundifolium
Specimen 10: D. dillenii, cliffs
Specimen 11: D. dillenii
Specimen 12: D. dillenii, Aug. 1956, small D. dillenii, with spotted leaves Aug. 23, '56
Specimen 13: D. dillenii, Aug. 19, '56
Specimen 14: D paniculatum, Broad leaved var?, Early broadleaved var?, Blackberry ?, Aug. 7 '56
Specimen 15: D paniculatum
Specimen 16: D. parniculatum
Specimen 17: D. canadense
Specimen 18: D. rigidum [D. obtusum], Aug. 18, '56, D. marilandicum
Specimen 19: (Note: Thoreau's sheet #19 is missing, R.J.E. 5/19/67)
Specimen 20: Lespedeza volacea, Heywood Peak, Blackberry Neck, Aug. 7 '56, sessiliflora Bittern, cliff wood
Specimen 21: L. violacea var. angusifolia. Truro, July 11 '55
Specimen 22: L. violacea., Blackberry Neck, long peduncled, L. violacea, Aug. 18 '56
Specimen 23: L. violacea, Aug. 23, '56
Specimen 24: L. hirta. Long p?, L. capitata, Aug. 26
Specimen 25: Vicia cracca June 6 a true Vica-americana of wood, Trouro '55, Lathyrus maritimus, flower from Plymouth Beach, June 13, '57.
Specimen 25 1/2: Lathyrus palustris, Eel River, Plymouth, June 15, '57 with a specimen of L. matritimus
Specimen 25 3/4: Bush bean Phaseiolus
Specimen 26: Apios tuberosa [A. americana]
Specimen 27: Amphicarpaea monoica [A. bracteata]. Pea vine, Aug. 17 '56
Specimen 28: Baptisia tinctoria
Specimen 29: Cassia marilandica
Folder 2: Labeled Rosaceae
Specimen 1: Prunus americana, Prunus maritima, leaves Truro 19 June '57
Specimen 1 1/2: P. depress Pursh, E. branch Penob [Scot] '57, P. depessa, Bellow Falls on rock
Specimen 2: P. pumila, P. pensylvanica, P. virginiana, P. serotina
Specimen 3: P. cerasus of Garden, Persica vulgaris, P. domestica, ? plum
Specimen 4: Spiraea salicifolia, S. tomentosa
Specimen 5: Agrimonia eupatoria
Specimen 5 1/2: Geum rivale
Specimen 6: Geum album
Specimen 7: Geum var. simplex [Potentilla simplex], Geum virginianum, June 6 '55 or 6
Specimen 8: P. argentea, P. canadensis var. pumila [Potentilla candensis]
Specimen 9: P. argentea, Bitterh Cliff, P. anserina ?, virginianum Red Cohosh? River, June 16 '57, P. pensylvanica, imported Watson's, June 57
Specimen ?: P. tridentata, Mt. Kineo '57
Specimen 10: P. palustris, Fragaria virginiana, Dalibarda repens Maine, Maine '58
Specimen 11: Rubus odoratus, R. trifloru [R. pubescens], R. strigosus [R. idaeus ssp. strigosus]
Specimen 12: R. villosus, R. villosus, Haskell, LakevilleR. occidentalis
Specimen 12 1/2: R. villosus var. frondosus, Conantum, Aug. 25 '57 [R. frondosus]
Specimen 13: R. canadensis, R. hispiduss
Specimen 14: ? Rubus, cutwood, Ball's Hill
Specimen 15: R. carolina, R. carolina, Aug 1 '56
Specien 16: R. lucida var. nitida? R. lucida what var?, Con. River Brattleboro, with pear shaped hips Sep. 2 '56, Jesse Hosmans?, Sep. 2, '56
Specimen 17: R. rubiginosa, Pratts var. [R. eglanteria]
Specimen 18: C. oxyacantha Worcester, C. coccinea early thorn on hill 2nd thorn on hill [Crataegus chrysocarpa], C. oxycantha?, Ripley Hill, Naushon, C. priuifolia to Watson, June '57 a var. of C. crusgalli acc. to London & N. America, wedge-shaped var. of C. coccinea with beaked hazel Conantam
Specimen 18 1/2: coccinea, Natick '57 [C. chrysocarpa] ? August 14 '57
Specimen 19: Pyrus communis, P. communis, Wilkinson P., Pyrus malus
Specimen 20: P. arbutifolia var. melanocarpa, top of Ralph Waldo Emerson Cliff, melanocarpa, E. sand shore of Walden, P. arbutifolia var. erythrocarpa [Aronia pyrifolia]
Specimen 20 1/2: P. aucuparia, Watson's '57, P. americana Watson's 57 Cheney's from Winchendon
Specimen 20 3/4: P. american, Mt. Keneo '58
Specimen 21: Amelanchier canadensis, var. botryapium [A. laevis], var. oblongifolia

Box 5

Portfolio 2
Folder 3: Labeled Calycanthaceae, Melastomataceae, Lythraceae, Onagraceae
Specimen 1: Rhexia virginica, Ammannia humilis [Rotala ramosior]
Specimen 2: Nesaea verticillata [Decodon verticillatum]
Specimen 3: Epilobium angustifolium [Chamerion augustifolium (L.) Holub] palustre var. lineare, Moore's Swamp, Aug. 12 '56
Specimen 4: E. molle?, E. coloratum
Specimen 5: Oenothera biennis, O. pumila [O. perennis]
Specimen 6: Ludwigia alternifolia
Specimen 7: L. alternifolia
Specimen 8: Ludwigia sphaerocarpa
Specimen 9: Ludwigia palustris
Specimen 10: Circaea [lutetiana], Bittern Cliff
Specimen 11: Circaea [lutetiana], Muhlenbergii Brook
Specimen 12: Circaea lutetiana, Saw Mill Brook, 37 inches high
Specimen 13: Circaea alpina, Corner Spring
Specimen 14: Proserpinaca palustris
Specimen 15: Myriophyllum ambiguum var. limosum [M. humile]
Folder 4: Labeled Loasaceae, Cactaceae, Esosnilaceae, Passifloraceae, Cucurbitaceae, Crasnulaceae, Saxifragaceae, Hamamelidaceae, Umbelliferae, Araliaceae, Commeae
Specimen 1: Ribes cynosbati Brattleboro [vide] fruit, Mrs. Brown Brattleboro, Naushon, J.P. Brown's, wild gooseberry, earliest gooseberry in garden
Specimen 2: 2nd gooseberry in garden, R. lacustre Maine '57, R. floridum [R. americanum], R.W.E.[Ralph Waldo Emerson's], R. aureum
Specimen 3: Sicyos angulatus
Specimen 3 1/8: Cucumis sativus
Specimen 3 1/4: Cucimus melo, cucumis citrullus [Citrullis lanatus]
Specimen 4: Sempervivum tectorum, Sedum telephium, Penthorum sedoides
Specimen 5: Saxifraga virginiensis, Saxifraga pennsylvanica
Specimen 6: Mitella diphylla, Mrs. Brown, Brattleboro, Tiarella cordifoli, Brattleboro
Specimen 6 1/2: Chrysosplenium americanum
Specimen 7: Hamamelis virginica
Specimen 8: Liquidambar styraciflua, Perth Amboy vide fruit
Specimen 9: Hydrocotyle americana, Sanicula marilandica, Rad. [radical] leaf
Specimen 10: Daucus lavota, Sconticut shore, Pastinaca satira, Bent's
Specimen 11: Archangelica atropurpurea [Angelica atropurpurea]
Specimen 12: Cicuta maculata, C. bulbifers
Specimen 12 1/2: Aug. 29 '57 Sium [suave] of Own [Nest] Swamp
Specimen 13: Sium pool on hill, Brattleboro, Sium lineare [S. suave], Carum carvi
Specimen 14: Aralia racemosa
Specimen 15: A. nudicaulis, A. hispida
Specimen 16: Aralia quinquefolia and fruit [Panax quinquefolius] Brattleboro, Aralia trifolia [Panax trifolius] Brattleboro, Mrs. Brown
Specimen 17: Cornus canadensis, C. florida
Specimen 18: C. circinata [C. rugosa], C. sericea, C. stolonifera, Maine woods '53, Watsons June 13 '57, Red Osier? C. sericea?? Brattleboro
Specimen 19: C. paniculata [C. racemosa], C. alternifolia
Specimen 20: Nyssa multiflora [Nyssa sylvatica] New Bedford [Sassaquin?] Pond? fertile Tupelo (?) June 17 '57
Folder 5: Labeled Caprifoliaceae, Rubiaceae, Valerianaceae, Dipsaceae
Specimen 1: Linnaea borealis, Maine woods '53
Specimen 2: Diervilla trifida [D. lonicera], Triosteum perfoliatum
Specimen no#: [Lonicera] Bucksport, ME
Specimen 4: Sambucus canadensis
Specimen 5: Sambucus pubens, Purgatory
Specimen 6: Viburnum nudum, V. lentago ?, Vib. Lentago, V. prunifolium ?, Perth Amboy
Specimen 7: Vib. s?, acerifolium, Maine '57, V. opulus, Maine woods '53
Specimen 8: Vib. lantanoides Brattleboro, Mrs. Brown
Specimen 9: Galium aparine, Lee's Cliff
Specimen 10: Galium marinel?, G. asprellum
Specimen 11: G. trifidum, ? ground, July 12 '56
Specimen 12: G. trifidum
Specimen 13: G. triflorum, ? glen, Aug 26, bee tree AM, G. triflorum, Aug. 26, '56
Specimen 14: var. of G. pilosum, Aug. 30, '56, Conartum, Aug 7 '56, purple flowers
Specimen 15: G. circaezans, Aug. 7 '56, G. lanceolatum, Charterfield Mt.
Specimen 16: Cephalanthus occidentalis, Mitchella repens
Specimen 17: Oldenlandia purpurea var. longifolia [Houstonia longifolia], Bear Hill, Oldenlandia caerulea [Houstonia caerulea]

Box 6

Portfolio 3
Folder 1: Labeled Order 59, Compositae, Sub Order 1, T?, Tribe 1 Vernoniae, Tribe II Eupatoriae. Note inside front cover of portfolio states: "This portfolio contains only 59 Compositae (for numeral order of the families, Thoreau obviously used Gray's Man. 2nd Ed. 1856."
Specimen 1: Vernonia noveboracensis, Liatris scariosa [L. scariosa var novae-angliae]
Specimen 2: Eupatorium purpureum, Bellow Falls
Specimen 3: Eupatorium pubescens [E. rotundifolium var. ovatum]
Specimen 4: Eupat. sessilifolium
Specimen 5: Eupatorium perfoliatum
Specimen 6: Eupat. ageratoides Brattleboro [Ageratina altissma]
Specimen 7: Mikania scandens
Specimen 8: Tussilago farfara Brattleboro, Mrs. Bown
Folder 2
Specimen 1: [Sericocarpus linifolius (L.) B.S.P. det. By R.J. Eaton, 1972], Sericocarpus conyzoides
Specimen 2: Aster corymbosus, Aug. 9, '56, above Hemlocks, Corner Spring path [A. divaricatus]
Specimen 3: A. macrophyllus
Specimen 4: A. macrophyllus, leaf from Chesterfield, MA.
Specimen 41/2: A. macrophyllus, fragment, Webster Stream '57
Specimen 5: A. radula
Specimen 6: [A.] radula like
Specimen 7: A. patens
Specimen 8: A. patens
Specimen 9: A. laevis
Specimen 10: A. laevis
Specimen 11: A. laevis?
Specimen 12: A. undulatus
Specimen 13: A. cordifolius Brattleboro
Specimen 14: A. cordifolius
Specimen 15: A. cordifolius, Brattleboro, A. cordifolius? These 4 from Maine, '53
Specimen 16: A. multiflorus [A. ericoides]
Specimen 17: A. dumosus
Folder 3
Specimen 1: S. squarrosa, Maine, Bangor '53
Specimen 2: S. bicolor
Specimen 3: S. bicolor var. concolor [S. hispida]
Specimen 4: S. latifolia [S. flexicaulis]
Specimen 5: S. latifolia [S. flexicaulis]
Specimen 6: S. caesia
Specimen 7: S. caesia
Specimen 8: S. puberula
Specimen 10: Rad. leaves early, S. stricta ?, on Egg rock [kalmia?] swamp, S. stricta, Cardinal ditch
Specimen 11: Smooth with reddish stems, ? Radula Swamp, Aug. 10, '56 [solidago uliginosa T.& G., def. R.J. Eaton 1/10/72]
Specimen 11: Solidago uliginosa T & G, RJ Eaton 1/10/72
Folder 4
Specimen 1: Hubbard or Early Meadow Aster var. of A. tradescantii?
Specimen 2: A. tradescantii
Specimen 3: A. miser [A. lateriflorus]
Specimen 4: A. miser [A. lateriflorus]
Specimen 5: A. miser ?, Old var. divergens?, Untitled Sep. 25 '56, Wood bridge, large A. miser [A. lateriflorus]
Specimen 6: A. miser var. hirsuta (?) Brattleboro
Specimen 7: A. miser var. hirsuta, Coldwater path Brattleboro
Specimen 8: ? A. concinnus?, [A. laeris] Brattleboro, ? A. tenuifolius, Connecticut R. side
Specimen 9: Maine woods '53, ? Aster Brattleboro
Specimen 10: Mill Brook, Sep. 22 '56, ? A. tenuifolius ?, v. Sep. 25 '58, Brook, Hawthorne's Sep. 24 '56, af. var. A. longifolius or carneus, Sep. 24 '56
Specimen 11: A. longifolius, ? Harrington Road, Sep. 25 '56, my A. longifolius, Walpole, MA, my A. longifolius, Concord [A. novi-belgii]
Specimen 12: my A. longifolius
Specimen 13: A. carneus, A. longifolius, Sep. 25. '56 [A. novi-belgii]
Specimen 14: A. puniceus
Specimen 15: A. acuminatus
Specimen 16: A. acuminatus, Coldwater path, Brattleboro
Specimen 17: Erigeron canadense [Conyza canadensis], E. bellidifolium
Specimen 18: Erigeron annuus, Brattleboro, annuus, Concord
Specimen 19: Erigeron stigosus
Specimen 20: Diplopappus linariifolius [Aster linariifolius], D. umbellatus, D. umbellatus, Maine Woods [Aster umbellatus]
Specimen 21: Diplopappus cornifolius [Aster infirmus]

Box 7

Portfolio 3
Folder 5
Specimen 1: S. speciosa
Specimen 2: S. speciosa
Specimen 2 1/4: S. thyrsoidea, top of it , Webster stream '57 [Solidago macrophylla]
Specimen 2 1/2: S. rigida, Clamshell Hill, '57
Specimen 2 3/4: S. sempervirens
Specimen 2 7/8: Early S. stricta, so called by me ie. S. argunta var juncea
Specimen 3: S. argunta, Brattleboro, Chesterfield, MA
Specimen 4: S. argunta, Brattleboro
Specimen 5: Brattleboro, ? a var. of S. argunta
Specimen 6: S. latifolia [S. flexicaulis], S. latifolia Brattleboro, Coldwater path, S. linoides [S. uliginosa var. linoides], Plymouth, Aug. 22 '57
Specimen 7: S. altissima [S. canadensis var. scabra]
Specimen 8: S. altissima [S. canadensis var. scabra]
Specimen 9: S. odora
Specimen 10: S. nemoralis
Specimen 11: S. canadensis Brattleboro
Specimen 12: generally done Sept. 7 '56, Brattleboro ? RR, our common, rough, 3 ribbed, Aug 23, quite smooth 3-ribbed by R.R., Aug 23 '56, S. gigantea?
Specimen 13: S. gigantea, the later smooth-leaved by apple tree, under Hill, Aug. 22, '56
Folder 6: Labeled Compositae continued Tribe III Asterideae finished
Specimen 14: S. lanceolata [Euthamia graminifolia]
Specimen 15: [S. ulmifolia Muhl,. det. By R.J. Eaton], Penthorum sedoides, Concord
Specimen 16: Inula helenium, Chrysopsis falcata [Pityopsis falcata], Cape Cod, Yarmouth '61 by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Folder 7: Labeled Compositae, Tribe IV, Senecionideae
Specimen 1: Iva frutescens, New Bedford, Ambrosia artemisiaefolia, Xanthium echinatum, Truro '55
Specimen 2: Rudbeckia laciniata
Specimen 3: Rudbeckia hirta
Specimen 4: Helianthus divaricatus
Specimen 5: H. decapatalus (?) Brattleboro
Specimen 6: H. var. of decapatalus, Assabet R[iver] Aug. 29 '56
Specimen 7: H. strumosus, Helianthus of Aug. 12 '56, Moore's Swamp
Specimen 8: H. strumosus, tall Helianthus of Aug. 11 '56, Corner Road
Specimen 9: H. tuberosus
Specimen 10: Helianthus annuus
Specimen 11: Coreopsis rosea
Specimen 12: Bidens connata, Bidens frondosa
Specimen 13: B. chrysanthemoides [B. laevis], Bidens cernua ?, B. cernua small, (among large)? '57
Specimen 14: Bidensns chrysanthemoides [B. laevis]
Specimen 14 1/2: B. beckii [Megalodonta beckii]
Specimen 15: Maruta cotula [Anthemis cotula], Achillea millefolium, radical leaves, Leucanthemum vulgare
Specimen 16: Tanacetum vulgare, Artemisia ?, Truro '55, A. vulgaris, Austin's Lincoln '57
Specimen 17: G. uliginosum, G. polycephalum [Pseudognaphaliom obtusifolium], G. decurrbens [Pseudognaphaliom macounii] Brattleboro, Heywood's Peak [Concord]
Specimen 18: Antennaria margaritacea [Anaphalis margaritacea]
Specimen 19: Antennaria plantaginifolia
Specimen 20: Erechtites hieracifolia
Specimen 21: Senecio aureus [Packeranrea], S. vulgaris Plymouth, June 13, '57, Cacalia suaveolens [Hasteola suaveolens]

Box 8

Portfolio 3
Folder 8
Specimen 1: Centaurea nigra
Specimen 2: Cirsium lanceolatum [C. vulgare]
Specimen 3: Cirsium discolor Brattleboro, C. muticum, Webster Stream '57
Specimen 4: C. horridulum, New Bedford, C. arvense, C. pumilum
Specimen 5: Lappa major [Arctium lappa]
Specimen 6: Krigia virginica, Cichorium intybus
Specimen 7: Leontodon autumnale
Specimen 8: Hieracium scasbrum, Hieracium canadense
Specimen 9: H. venosum, H. gronovii, H. venosum ?
Specimen 10: H. venosum
Specimen 11: H. paniculatum
Specimen 12: Nabalus albus [Prenanthes alba]
Specimen 12 1/2: N. altissimus Botrychium Swamp '57 [Prenanthus altissima]
Specimen 13: Nabalus albus ? [Prenanthes alba]
Specimen 14: N. albus Brattleboro [Prenanthes alba]
Specimen 14 1/4: Different N. albus '57 [Prenanthes alba]
Specimen 15: Rad. Leaves of N. albus ? [Prenanthes alba]
Specimen 16: Nabalus altissimus Brattleboro [Prenanthus altissima]
Specimen 17: Nabalus altissimus Brattleboro [Prenanthus altissima]
Specimen 17 1/2: N. fraseri '57 [Prenanthes trifolioata]
Specimen 17 3/4: N. fraseri '57, Rad. Leaves of N. fraseri, leaves of another fraseri [ [Prenanthes trifoliata]
Specimen 18: Taraxacum dens-leonis, Cherumcook '53
Specimen 19: Lactuca elongata [L. canadensis]
Specimen 20: L. elongata var. sanguinea [Lactuca hirsuta]
Specimen 21: Mulgedium leucophaeum [Lactuca biennis], Sanchus oleraceus
Folder 9
Specimen 1: Aster radula ?, Aug 15, 1854, Concord, MA

Portfolio 4: Class 1 Dicotylenous or Exogenous, subclass Angiosphermous, Div 2, 59 Compositae
Folder 1: Labeled Order 108 Myricaceae, 109 Betulaceae
Specimen 1 : Myrica cerifera [M. pensylvanica], N. Bedford, pistillate, New Bedford, Staminate, Concord, Myrica gale
Specimen 1 1/2: Comptonia asplenifolia [C. peregrina]
Specimen 2: Betula alba var. populifolia [B. populifolia], B. papyracea Maine Woods '53 [B. papyrifera]
Specimen 3: B. excelsa [B. lutea], B. lenta
Specimen 3 1/2: B. pumila, Mud Pond, Maine '57
Specimen 4: Alnus incana Wucongomoc? '57[A. incana ssp. rugosa], Alnus serrulata
Folder 2: Labeled Order 92 Polygonaceae
Specimen 1 3/4: P. orientale
Specimen 2: P. amphibium var. terrestre ie. upright [P. amphibium var. emersum]
Specimen 2: P. amphibium growing in water
Specimen 3: P. pensylvanicum Brattleboro
Specimen 4: P. careyi
Specimen 5: P. careyi
Specimen 6: P. persicaria, a pale persicaria
Specimen 7: P. hydropiperoides, French rock Polygonom
Specimen 8: pensylvanicum, great jointed green spiked, Aug 14 '56, n[ea]r Pratt's
Specimen 9: missing
Specimen 10: P. hydropiper
Specimen 11: P. hydropiperoides
Specimen 12: P. aviculare, P. tenue
Specimen 13: P. articulatum [Polygonella articulata], P. virginianum Brattleboro, Hospital ? Brook, West River
Specimen 14: P. arifolium
Specimen 15: P. sagittatum
Specimen 16: P. cilinode, Purgatory, P. convolvulus
Specimen 17: P. dumetorum [P. scandens var. dumetorum], Fagopyrum esculentum
Specimen 18: missing
Specimen 19: Rumex hydrolapathum [R. orbiculatus]
Specimen 20: P. obtusifolius
Specimen 21: P. obtusifolius
Specimen 22: missing
Specimen 23: R. crispus, R. acetosella

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Folder 3
Specimen 1: Benzoin Odoriferum [Lindera benzion], Sassafras officinale [S. albidum], sterile/fertile
Specimen 2: Dirca palustris, cold water path Brattleboro, M. Brown
Specimen 3: Comandra umbellata
Specimen 4: Ceratophyllum demersum
Specimen 5: Callitriche verna [C. palustris]
Specimen 6: Callitriche in print, Collier Ditch
Specimen 7: Euphorbia cyparissias
Specimen 8: Corema comradii, Plymouth, Apr. 57
Specimen 9: Acalypha virginica
Specimen 10: E? Watson's, S. ? Watson's
Specimen 11: Ulmus americana, Ulmus fulva [U. rubra]
Specimen 12: Celtis occidentalis
Specimen 13: Morus ruba ?, F? Hill, M. alba ?, Morus multicaulis, Brady House Farm, Haven
Specimen 14: Urtica dioica, Urtica gracilis or dioica [U. dioica ssp. gracilis], near station, Brattleboro
Specimen 15: Laportea canadensis, West River, Brattleboro
Specimen 16: Pilea pumila, J.P. Brown's
Specimen 17: Boehmeria cylindrica
Specimen 18: Parietaria pensylvanica
Specimen 19: Cannabis sativa
Specimen 20: Cannabis (fragrant), from bird seeds, Walpole, NH, Humulus lupulus
Specimen 21: Platanus occidentalis, sterile June 2, fertile June 2
Specimen 22: Juglans cinerea
Specimen 23: Carya glabra
Specimen 24: English oak, Watson's, Plymouth, Q. macrocarpus, Sleepy Hollow transplants, Q. alba
Specimen 25: Q. prinus var. monticola, ? Pond
Specimen 26: Q. prinus var. monticola, Perth Amboy
Specimen 27: Quercus prinus, Chestnut Oak, Lakeville, V. ?
Specimen 28: Q. prinus, ? Purgatory, Sutton
Specimen 29: Q. prinus var. bicolor, Q. prinoides
Specimen 30: Q. imbricaria, Perth Amboy, north west side, V. print
Specimen 31: Q. tinctoria [Q. coccinea], Q. ?
Specimen 32: Q. coccinea, Q. rubra
Specimen 33: Q. palustris (or Pira), v. print, Perth Amboy
Specimen 34: Castanea vesca [C. dentata]
Specimen 35: Fagus ferruginea [F. grandifolia]
Specimen 36: Corylus americana, Corylus rostrata
Specimen 37: Ostrya virginica
Specimen 38: Carpinus americana [C. caroliniana]
Folder 4
Specimen 1: Salix cordata
Specimen 2: S. cordata var. torreyana, R.R. ?, R.R. July 8 '57 [S. eriocephala]
Specimen 3: Bi?, S. cordata
Specimen 4: S. purpurea(?), Monroe's Garden, S. ?
Specimen 5: long cilkinal, ?, May 9 '57
Specimen 6: Salix tristis [S. humilis var. tristis], S. humilis muhlenbergiana [S. humilis]
Specimen 7: S. humilis ?, May 12 '57
Specimen 8: S. humilis, Britton's Hollow, N.W. corner, S. humilis
Specimen 9: N. corner bridge, S. corner bridge, scales more pointed than the N. side, Barrat sensitiva ?, a var. of S. discolor
Specimen 10: double willow, S. discolor or ?
Specimen 11: S. sericea ?, Aug 22 '57
Specimen 12: S. rostrata [S. bebbiana], downy leafed, May 14 '57, S. alba by boat, by new stone bridge, May 26
Specimen 13: S. lucida, Stone bridge, S. nigra var. falcata [S. nigra]
Specimen 14: S. lucida, May 14, May 22, R.R. May 26
Specimen 15: S. babylonica, June 1 '57
Specimen 16: RR S. pedicellata [S. interior]
Specimen 17: Populus tremuloides, P. grandidentata
Specimen 18: P. balsamifera var candicans [P. balsamifera], P. alba

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Folder 5: Labeled sub class II, Gymnospermous, Coniferae
Specimen 18 1/2: P. banksiana, Grand Lake '57
Specimen 19: Pinus rigida
Specimen 19 1/4: Abies canadensis [Tsuga] Our fir (?) fertile twig, Cheney's fir, sterile twig
Specimen 19 3/8: Abies alba [Picea glauca], C?, Abies nigra White var. (?) [Picea mariana], of Kalmia Swamp, May 25 '57, ? Abies nigra black var. ? Maine
Specimen 19 1/2: Larix americana [L. laricina], Thuja occidentalis, Cupressus thyoides [Chamaecyparis thyoides]
Specimen 19 7/8: F.H. Hill, '57. Taxus baccata
Specimen 20: Taxus baccata var. canadensis [T. canadensis], Brattleboro; Indian Woods '53
Unnumbered specimen: Juniperus virginiana, Juniperus communis
Portfolio 5: Class 1 Dicotyledonous or exogenous, subclass angiospermous, Div. 2, Monopetalous
Folder 1: Labeled order 60 Lobeliaceae, 61 Campanulaceae, 62 Ericaceae
Specimen 20: Moosehead Carry '53, Moosehead, '57 Ledum latifolium [Rhododendron]
Unnumbered specimen: Lobelia cardinalis, one plant
Specimen 2: L. cardinalis white from Card.[inal] Ditch, L. cardinalis
Specimen 3: L. syphilitica (?) Staten Island
Specimen 4: L. inflata, L. spicata, L. spicata
Specimen 4 1/2: Lobelia kalmii, E. branch '57
Specimen 5: L. dortmanna, Flints Pond
Specimen 6: C. aparinoides, Campanula rotundifolia, Brattleboro, West River, Maine
Specimen 6 1/2: Campanula americana(?) in garden
Specimen 6 3/4: Specularia perfoliata [Triodanis perfoliata]
Specimen 7: Specularia perfoliata [Triodanis perfoliata]
Specimen 8: G. frondosa, G. resinosa [G. baccata], Red G. resinosa behind Pratts, Gaylussacia dumosa var hirtella, Gowing's Swamp
Specimen 9: Vaccinium oxycoccus, Gowing's swamp, V. macrocarpon
Specimen 10: V. stamineum [V. pallidum]
Specimen 11: V. pensylvanicum, V. canadense Kineo '57 [V. myrtilloides], V. vacillans
Specimen 12: V. corymbosum, V. corymbosum var. atrocarpum ? by Trillium Wood [V. corymbosum] chiogenes hispidula [Gaultheria hispidula]
Specimen 13: Epigaea repens, Brattleboro Miss Brown, Gaultheria procumbens
Specimen 13 1/2: Cassandra calyculata [Chamaedaphnecalyculata], Leucothe racemosa
Specimen 14: Andromeda polifolia
Specimen 15: Andromeda ligustrina [Lyonia ligustrina]
Specimen 16: Clethra alnifolia
Specimen 16 1/2: Kalmia latifolia
Specimen 17: Kalmia angustifolia, Kalmia glauca Maine woods '53 [K. polifolia]
Specimen 18: Azalea viscosa, [Rhododendron viscosum] Azalea nudiflora [Rhododendron roseum] Assabet
Specimen 19: Rhodora canadensis [Rhododendron canadensis]
Specimen 21: Pyrola rotundifolia [P americana], P. elliptica
Specimen 22: P. chlorantha, P. secunda [Orthilia secunda]
Specimen 23: Chimaphila umbellata, C. maculata, Goose Pond, C. maculata, Great Gully, Perth Amboy
Specimen 24: Monotropa uniflora, Monotropa hypopithys, Hub. [Hubbard's] old wood and Saw Mill, B. [Brook] wood, this one red
Folder 2: Labeled 63. Galacineae, 64. Aquifoliaceae, 65. Styracaceae, 66. Ebenaceae, 67. Sapotaceae, 68. Plantaginaceae, 69. Plumbaginaceae, 70. Primulaceae, 71. Lentibulariaceae, 72. Brignoniaceae, 73. ?, 74. Scrophulariaceae, 75. Acanthaceae, 76. Verbenaceae
Specimen 1: Ilex opaca, New Bedford
Specimen 2: Ilex verticillata, I. laevigata, New Bedford
Specimen 3: Ilex glabra, New Bedford, colors, red ? purplish black, G. glabra, N. Bedford
Specimen 4: Nemopanthus canadensis [N. mucronata]
Specimen 5: Plantago major, P. maritima, New Bedford, Plantago lanceolata
Specimen 6: Statice limonium Truro '55, Rosemary, Acushnet [Limonium carolinianum]
Specimen 7: Trientalis americana Purgatory [T. borealis]
Specimen 8: Lysimachia stricta [L. terrestris]
Specimen 9: Vars. of L. quadrifolia
Specimen 10: L. ciliata, Chesuncook '53
Specimen 11: L. lanceolata [L. hybrida]
Specimen 12: Naumbergia thyrsiflora [Lysimachia thyrsiflora], Anagallis arvensis Truro '55
Specimen 12 1/8: U. inflata
Specimen 12 2/8: U. inflata
Specimen 12 3/8: U. inflata
Specimen 13: Utricularia inflata
Specimen 14: U. vulgaris, U. purpurea, U. cornuta
Specimen 14 1/2: U. minor ?, Pleasant Meadow '57, Owl Nest Swamp, Aug. 29 '57
Specimen 15: Epiphagus virginiana, Cold Water Path, Brattleboro, Island in Great Quittacas Pond, Aphyllon uniflorum [Orobanche uniflora]
Specimen 16: Verbascum thapsus
Specimen 17: Linaria vulgaris, Linaria canadensis
Specimen 18: Chelone glabra
Specimen 19: Mimulus ringens
Specimen 20: Gratiola aurea, Gowing Pond Ilysanthes gratioloides [Lindernia dubia]
Specimen 21: Veronica americana (Beccabunga) Brattleboro, V. scutellata
Specimen 22: V. serpyllifolia, V. peregrina
Specimen 23: V. arvensis (?), Acushnet
Specimen 24: Gerardia purpurea [Agalinis purpurea], Owl Swamp Path, Aug. 29 '52, G. tenuifolia Brattleboro
Specimen 25: G. flava up RR [Aureolaria flava], leaves and calyx lobes not obtuse, G. flava [Aureolaria flava]
Specimen 26: G. quercifolia [Aureolaria flava]
Specimen 27: G. quercifolia [Aureolaria flava]
Specimen 28: G. quercifolia ? [Aureolaria flava]
Specimen 29: G. pedicularia [Aureolaria pedicularia]
Specimen 30: Castilleia coccinea, a yellow one Pedicularis canadensis
Specimen 31: Melampyrum americanum [M. lineare]
Specimen 32: Verbena urticifolia
Specimen 33: Phryma leptostachya, Brattleboro West River

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Folder 3
Specimen 1: Trichostema dichotomum
Specimen 2: M. viridis [Mentha spicata] at Leppelman's, var. M. viridis [Mentha spicata], ? Aug. 15 '56 by Henry Shattuck's, White mint?
Specimen 3: M. piperita, Hosmer ditch, Maine woods '53, M. canadensis
Specimen 4: L. europaeus var. laciniatus [L. americanus], Lycopus virginicus
Specimen 5: Pycnanthemum P. incanum, P. muticum, P. lanceolatum [P. virginianum]
Specimen 6: Calamintha clinopodium [Clinopodium vulgare], Brattleboro, brook behind Hospital graveyard, Melissa officinalis garden
Specimen 7: Hedeoma pulegioides
Specimen 8: Collinsonia canadensis
Specimen 9: Collinsonia canadensis
Specimen 10: Monarda fistulosa ?, Aug. 16 '56 [var. mollis]
Specimen 11: Monarda fistulosa ?, (woods var mollis) ?, Smith Road, July 18 '54 [var. fistulosa]
Specimen 12: Nepeta glechoma [Glechoma hederacea], Nepeta cataria
Specimen 13: Prunella vulgaris
Specimen 14: Scutellaria galericulata, S. lateriflora
Specimen 15: Galeopsis tetrahit, Stachys aspera
Specimen 16: Leonurus cardiaca, Lamium amplexicaule, New Bedford
Folder 4: Labeled Order 78 Baraginaceae, 79 Hydrophyllaceae, 80 Polemonaceae, 81 Convolvutaceae, 82 Solanaceae, 83 Gentianaceae
Specimen 1: Symphytum officinale
Specimen 2: Myosotis verna, Myosotis palustris var. laxa [M. laxa]
Specimen 3: Cynoglossum officinale
Specimen 4: C. morisonii
Specimen 5: C. morisonii
Specimen 5 1/2: Calystegia sepium op. Prescott's, Convolvulus arvensis, Plymouth, Is this the same + where from? (prob. same)
Specimen 6: Cuscuta gronovii, Calystegia spithamaea, New Bedford
Specimen 7: Solanum tuberosum, potatoe, Physalus viscosa ? or Peruviana ?, v plate in Loudon garden, S. nigrum, Walpole, NH, Solanum dulcamara, S. nigrum? white flowered Truro '55
Specimen 7 1/2: Lycopersicum esculentum (tomato)
Specimen 8: Sabatia chloroides Lakeville, Plymouth [S. dodecandra]
Specimen 8 1/2: Halenia deflexa, E. Branch '57
Specimen 9: Gentiana crinita [Gentianopsis crinita]
Specimen 10: G. saponaria - andrewsii?
Specimen 11: Bartonia tenella [B. virginica]
Specimen 12: Menyanthes trifoliata
Specimen 13: Limnanthemum lacunosum [Nymphoides peltata]
Folder 5: Labeled Order 84 Apoeynaceae, 85 Asclepiadaceae, 86 Oleaceae, 87 Aristolochiaceae, 88 Nyctagenaceae, 89 Phytolaceaceae, 90 Chenopodeacea, 91 Amaranthaceae
Specimen 1: Apocynum androsaemifolium, Apocynum
Specimen 2: Ap. cannabinum ?, Stone Bridge + leaves, white A. cannabinum (?), Island, Aug. 9 '56
Specimen 2 1/2: low A. cannabinum (?). E. branch '57, shore
Specimen 3: A. cornuti, op. RR beyond mile post, A. cornuti at brook crossing [Asclepias syriaca] This has pods warty like other above
Specimen 4: A. phytolaccoides [A. exaltata]
Specimen 4 1/2: A. obtusifolia [A. amplexicaulis]
Specimen 5: A. incarnata, smooth form, Umbaz ooksus? River, July 27, '57, A. incarnata varipulchra
Specimen 6: Ligustrum vulgare
Specimen 6 1/2: F. americana (?), Farrar's Corner, Walden
Specimen 7: Fraxinus americana, fertile, sterile, F. sambucifolia, fertile, sterile [F. nigra]
Specimen 8: Asarum canadense, Brattleboro
Specimen 9: Phylolacca decandra [P. americana]
Specimen 10: Chenopodium album, + leaves Sep. 1 '56, C. album
Specimen 11: C. hybridium
Specimen 12: Chenopodium botrys
Specimen 13: Atriplex hastata, N. Bedford, Atriplex ? hastata, Truro'55, New Bedford
Specimen 14: Salicornia herbacea [S. maritima], Salicornia futicosa var. ambigua [Sarcocornia perennis], Salicornia virginica? Truro '55, 2 kinds Salsola kali, N. Bedford, S. kali, Truro '55
Specimen 15: A. albus, Amaranthus hypochondriacus [A. hybridus]

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Folder 1: Labeled Class 11 Monocotyledonae or Endogenous Plants, 112. Araceae, 114. Lennaceae, 113. Typhaceae, 115. Naiadaceae
Specimen 1: Arisaema triphyllum
Specimen 2: Peltandra virginica Acushnet
Specimen 2 1/2: Symplocarpus foetidus
Specimen 3: Acorus calamus
Specimen 4: Typha latifolia
Specimen 5: Sparganium eurycarpum ?, Sparganium ramosum (?) [S.eurycarpum], Linear stigmas, Aug. 3 '56, Dodd's Shore
Specimen 6: S. eurycarpum ?, ramosum ?
Specimen 7: S. simplex (?), Stow's Ditch (near Cardinal) [S. erectum ssp. stoloniferum]
Specimen 8: S. simplex- Baker's Shore [S. erectum ssp. stoloniferum]
Specimen 9: Lemina minor Truro '55, Sparganium simplex ?[S. erectum ssp. stoloniferum]
Specimen 10: P. amplifolius ?, Great Potamageton, off Dodds boat
Specimen 11: P. amplifolius ? Great P
Specimen 12: P. natans ?, Assabet, July 27, '56, Potamogetan natans L., RJE Aug. 1969
Specimen 13: P. natans ?, Andromeda Pond, July 3 (or 31), '56, bigseeded (diseased), Potamogetan oakesianus Robbins, RJE Aug 1969
Specimen 14: Walden acute pointed?, Aug 6 '56, Perhaps P. oakesianus Robbins, RJE 1969
Specimen 15: Off clam shell, not P. claaytonii (= P. heterophyllus Schreiber), P. epihydrus Raf. var. Nuttallii (C & S) Fern) = ramosus (Peck) House [P. epihydrus]
Specimen 16: Off clam shell, P. epihydrus Raf. var. epihydrus RJE, 1969
Specimen 17: P. rufescens ?, Bartonia Ditch
Specimen 18: small floating, dense, grassy-leaved, immersed, Potamogaton spirillus Tucker, RJE, 1969
Specimen 19: P. hybridus, Aug. 1 '56 [P. spirillus]
Specimen 20: P. robbinsii
Folder 2: Labeled 116. Shisaceae, 117. Hydrochandaceae, 118. Burmanniaceae, 119. Orchidaceae, 120. Amarphidaceae, 121. Haemodoraceae, 122. Bronchiaceae, 123. Lindaceae
Specimen 1: Triglochin maritima, rush of salt meadows, sea arrow grass, prob. New Bedford
Specimen 1 1/2: Alisma plantago prob. Alisma subcordatum Raf., W.D. Countryman, Feb. 1969
Specimen 2: Sagittaria variabilis [S. latifolia]
Specimen 2 1/4: S. variabilis [S. latifolia]
Specimen 2 1/2: Sagittaria simplex, Sep. 1 '57 [S. graminea]
Specimen 2 1/2: Sagittaria simplex, Sep. 1 '57 [S. graminea]
Specimen 3: S. simplex, Sep. 1 '57 [S. graminea]
Specimen 4: Gymnadenia tridentata [Platanthera clavellata] orbiculata?, Leaves flat on ground, Chesterfield Mt, P. hookeri (?) Worcester Sophia in letter
Specimen 4 1/2: P. orbiculata ? '57
Specimen 5: P. flava
Specimen 6: P. blephariglottis
Specimen 7: P. lacera '57
Specimen 8: P. psycodes
Specimen 9: P. psycodes Habenaria psychodes (L.) Spreng, RJE Feb 1969
Specimen 10: P. fimbriata [P. grandiflora], Penobscot W. Branch '57
Specimen 11: P. fimbriata [P. grandiflora]
Specimen 12: unlabeled specimen [Platanthera]
Specimen 13: Goodyera repens, Goodyera repens (L.) R. Brown, RJE Feb. 1909, G. pubescens Goodyera pubescens (Willd.) R. Br. RJE
Specimen 14: S. cernua, Spiranthes gracilis
Specimen 15: Arethusa bulbosa, Pogonia ophioglossoides
Specimen 16: Calopogon putchellus, New Bedford
Specimen 16 1/2: Microstylis ophioglossoides, Mt. Kineo '57 [Malaxis unifolio]
Specimen 17: Liparis liliifolia, Liparis loeselii RJE, Feb. 1909, Brattleboro, Brown, hillside, Mt. Kineo '57, Bradford, Corallorhiza multiflora [C. maculata]
Specimen 17 1/2: Corallorhiza multiflora, Aug. 29 '57, Coral Root [C. maculata]
Specimen 18: Cypripedium acaule
Specimen 19: Hypoxis erecta [H. hirsuta]
Specimen 20: Aletris farinosa, Sconticut Neck, star grass
Specimen 28: Iris virginica sconticut [Iris prismatica] Iris versicolor, N. Bedford
Specimen 29: Sisyrinchium bermudiana [S. angustifolium]

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Folder 3: Labeled 124. Dioscoreaceae, 125. Smilaceae, 126. Liliaceae, 127. Melanthaceae, 128. Juncaceae, 129. Pontederiaceae, 130. Commelinaceae, 131. Xyridaceae, 132. Eriocaulonaceae
Specimen 1: Smilax rotundifolia, Smilax glauca Truro '55, S. herbacea
Specimen 2: T. erectum, M. Brown Brattleboro, Trillium cernuum, Trillium grandiflorum, Great Island, May 15
Specimen 2 1/2: T. erythocarpum ?, Maine '57 T. erythrocarpum, Monadnock, June 57, in flower [T. undulatum]
Specimen 3: Medeola virginica [T. undulatum]
Specimen 4: Polygonatum biflorum [P. pubescens]
Specimen 5: Smilacina racemosa Concord, Worcester [Maianthemum racemosum]
Specimen 6: S. racemosa, Concord [Maianthemum racemosum]
Specimen 7: S. trifolia[Maianthemum trifolium], S. bifolia [Maianthemum canadensis]
Specimen 8: Clintonia borealis
Specimen 9: Clintonia borealis
Specimen 10: A. stellatum (?), E. branch, Penobscot '57, see Allium Schoenopraeum L. var. sibiricum (L) Harton, E.S. Hoar East Branch, Penobscot R., Penobscot Co., Ma. Range, 1857 in Herb., N.E.B.C., R.J.E., A. canadense
Specimen 11: Lilium philadelphicum
Specimen 12: Lilium canadense
Specimen 13: L. canadense
Specimen 13 1/2: L. canadense, E. Branch Penob[scot] '57, This one superbum-like E. Branch Penobscot '57
Specimen 14: Orange Lily, Groton Turnpike
Specimen 15: Erythronium americanum Brattleboro
Specimen 15 1/2: Streptopus amplexifolius
Specimen 16: Uvularia perfoliata, the flowerless Worcester - the others, Flint Pond, Lincoln, Uvularia sessillifolia
Specimen 17: Veratrum viride
Specimen 18: Juncus bulbosus var. gerardii [J. gerardii] Truro '55 Acushnet
Specimen 19: Pontederia cordata
Specimen 20: Xyris bulbosa, Xyris caroliniana Walt., Richard J. Eaton, Feb. 1969, Eriocaulon septangulare
Folder 4: Labeled order 133 Cyperaceae
Specimen 1: Dulichium spathaceum [D. arundinaceum]
Specimen 2: Wheeler meadow tall Eriophorum Scirpus atrocinctus Fern; Richard J. Eaton, Feb. 1969, Scirpus eriophorum, R. Brown, meadow woolgrass - short, probably Scirpus longii [R. Angelo 1982]
Specimen 3: Eriophorum virginicum, Rusty Cot. grass
Specimen 4: Why not E. gracile? White cotton grass Eriophorum viridicarinatum (Ingelim), Richard J. Eaton, Feb. 1969
Specimen 5: C. [arex] lupulina ?
Folder 5: Labeled Class 111. Acurgenous, Order 135. Equisetaceae, 136. Filices
Specimen 1: Eq[uisetum] scirpoides Brattleboro
Specimen 2: Eq. hyemale, Eq. limosum Aug 14 '57 [E. fluviatile]
Specimen 3: Equisetum arvense, July 10, Eq. sylvaticum, May 10 '57
Specimen 4: B. virginicum
Specimen 5: Botrychium lunarioides, var. obliquum, var. dissectum, var. obliquum [B. dissectum]
Specimen 6: P. Dryopteris ?, Brattleboro 56 Phegopteris hexagonoptera (Michx.) Fee, W.T. Kittredge 7 Feb. 2006, Polypodium vulgare [P. virginianum]
Specimen 7: Adiantum pedatum
Specimen 8: Pteris aquilina [Pteridium aquilinum]
Specimen 9: Asplenium trichomanes, A. ebeneum [A. platyneuron]
Specimen 10: Aspidium thelypteris? A. novaboracense
Specimen 11: Asplenium filix foemina [Athyrium felix-femina]
Specimen 12: Asplenium filix foemina, Corner Spring, July 17 '57, A. filix foemina [Athyrium felix-femina]
Specimen 13: A. novaboracense Aspid. novaboracense? [Dryopteris novaboracensis]
Specimen 14: Aspidium novaboracense?
Specimen 15: unlabeled fern
Specimen 16: Asp. spinulosum on Mill Swamp [Dryopteris carthusiana]
Specimen 17: Aspidium cristatum [Dryopteris cristata]
Specimen 18: Aspidium marginale [Dryopteris marginalis]
Specimen 19: Aspidium marginale [Dryopteris marginalis]
Specimen 20: Aspidium acrostichoides [Polystichum acrostichoides]
Specimen 21: Woodsia obtusa
Specimen 22: Woodsia ilvensis, Bateman's Pond Sep. 4 '57, Prospect Hill, Waltham, Mt. Kineo
Specimen 23: Dicksonia punctilobula [Dennstaedtia punctilobula]
Specimen 24: Dicksonia punctilobula [Dennstaedtia punctilobula]
Specimen 25: Lygodium palmatum
Specimen 26: Lygodium palmatum
Specimen 27: Osmunda regalis [O. regalis var. spectabilis]
Specimen 28: Osmunda regalis [O. regalis var. spectabilis]
Specimen 29: O. claytoniana
Specimen 30: O. claytoniana
Specimen 31: Osmunda cinnamomea
Folder 6: Labeled On cover: Order 137. Lycopodiaceae
Specimen 1: Selaginella rupestris, Selaginella apus [S. apoda]
Specimen 2: Lycopodium complanatum [Diphasiastrum complanatum], L. clavatum
Specimen 3: L. Dendroideum var. obscurum [L. obscurum], L. Dendroideum, L. lucidalum [Huperzia lucidula]
Specimen 3: Comandra umbellata
Specimen 4: Ceratophyllum demersum, Callitriche verna [C. palustris]
Specimen 4 1/2: Callitriche in fruit, Collier Ditch
Specimen 5: Euphorbia hypericifolia [chamaesyce hypericifolic] Euphorbia maculata [chamaesyce maculata] Euphorbia polygonifolia, Truro '55, Beach [Chamaesyce polygonifolia]
Specimen 5 1/2: Euphorbia cyparissias (?) The ___
Specimen 7: Corema conradii, Plymouth, Apr. 57, Truro '55
Specimen 6: Acalypha virginica
Specimen 7 1/4: English Elm Watson's, Scotch Elm Watson's
Specimen 7 1/2: Ulmus americana leaves from small tree by Pratt's, Ulmus fulva [U. rubra] Lee's Cliff
Specimen 7 3/4: Celtis occidentalis
Specimen 8: Morus rubra ?, F? Hill, M. alba (?), Morus multicaulis (?), Brady House Fair-Haven
Specimen 9: Urtica dioica, Urtica gracilis or dioica [U. dioica ssp. gracilis], near station, Brattleboro
Specimen 10: Laportea canadensis, West River, Brattleboro
Specimen 11: Pilea pumila, J.P. Brown's
Specimen 12: Boehmeria cylindrica
Specimen 13: Parietaria pensylvanica
Specimen 14: Cannabis sativa, pistillate
Specimen 15: Cannabis (fragrant), from bird seeds, Walpole, NH, Humulus lupulus
Specimen 15 1/2: Platanus occidentalis, sterile June 2, fertile June 2
Specimen 15 3/4: Juglans cinerea
Specimen 16: Carya glabra
Specimen 17: English oak, Q. robur Watson's, Plymouth, overcup Oak Q. macrocarpus, Sleepy Hollow transplants, Q. alba
Specimen 17 1/2: Q. prinus var. monticola, Flints Pond [vidi?]
Specimen 18: Q. prinus var. monticola, Perth Amboy V. fruit [Q. prinus]
Specimen 19: Quercus prinus, Chestnut Oak, Lakeville, V. [vidi?] fruit
Specimen 20: Q. prinus, Chestnut Oak Purgatory, Sutton
Specimen 21: Q. prinus var., discolor [Q. bicolor], Q. prinoides
Specimen 22: Q. imbricaria, Perth Amboy, north west of it, V. [vidi?] fruit
Specimen 23: Q. tinctoria [Q. coccinea], Q. ilicifolia
Specimen 24: Q. coccinea, Q. rubra
Specimen 25: Q. palustris (or Pin), v. [vidi?] fruit, Perth Amboy
Specimen 26: Castanea vesca [C. dentata]
Specimen 27: Fagus ferruginea [F. grandifolia]
Specimen 28: Corylus americana, Corylus rostrata, this one from Conantum
Unnumbered specimen: Ostrya virginica, Aug. 14th
Specimen 29: Carpinus americana [C. caroliniana]
Folder 4
Unnumbered specimen: Salix cordata [S. rigida]
Unnumbered specimen: S. cordata var. torreyana, R.R. May 11, R.R. July 8 '57 [S. eriocephala]
Unnumbered specimen: Before S. cordata, S. petiolaris, 2 rods W of Rock, May 8 narrow serrate glaucous, Aug 25 '57, petioleris Aug 28 '58 S. petiolaris [crossed out] May 8, ?__ S. sericea Aug. 25 '57 May 22, Is this right?
Unnumbered specimen: S. purpurea(?), Monroe's Garden, S. harrow serrate glaucous, at Wheeler gate, May 10 57
Specimen 5: long catkined large NEB_? nr Ind. [Indian] field, May 9 '57 ?__ toward short-pedicelled discolor May 14 '57
Specimen 5: Salix tristis [S. humilis var. tristis], S. humilis (muhlenbergii (?) Bar. [S. humilis] Stows?
Specimen 5 1/4: S. humilis like ??, May 12 '57, S. humilis sedge path May 17 '57
Specimen 5 1/2: S. humilis, [Britton's or Bittern's?] Hollow, N.W. corner of Stow's RR, S. humilis
Specimen 6: N. corner bridge, S. corner bridge, scales more pointed than the N. side, Is it (both of them) Barratt's sensitiva made by Gray (ie Carey) a var. of S. discolor [s. discolor]
Specimen 6 1/2: 1st double willow by RR, S. discolor May 5 May 14 June 4
Specimen 7: S. sericea 2nd double willow by RR (2 sexes on one twig) discolor or eriocephala? May 5 May 14 Aug 22 '57 by bath rock, ?__ + Downy catkined var. of petiolaris May 8
Specimen 8: S. rostrata [S. bebbiana], downy leafed, May 14 '57, S. alba by boat, by new stone bridge, W of stone bridge May 26
Specimen 9: S. lucida, Stone bridge, S. nigra var. falcata [S. nigra]
Specimen 9 1/2: S. lucida, May 14, May 22, R.R. May 26
Specimen 10: S. babylonica, June 1 '57
Specimen 11: S. pedicellata RR path May 12 '57 [S. interior] Holden's May 23 '57
Specimen 17: Populus tremuloides pistillate, May 27, P. grandidentata pistillate May 11, staminate
Specimen 18: P. balsamifera var candicans [P. balsamifera], P. alba

 

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