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MEMOIRS
OF THE

TORREY BOTANICAL CLUB.


Vol. I. No. 2.


MARINE ALG/E OF THE NEW JERSEY COAST AND
ADJACENT WATERS OF STATEN ISLAND.
BY ISAAC C. MARTINDALE, Camden, N. J.
(Read June II, 1889).
The issue of Harvey's "Nereis Boreali Americana" in 1852-
1857 by the Smithsonian Institute at Washington, was the first
publication bearing on the marine algae of the New Jersey coast;
this does not show that collections were made much south of
Long Branch. The fact was doubtless that up to that date very
few persons indeed had collected on the more southern shores of
the State. Samuel Ashmead, living at Beesley's Point, had during
previous years made some study of the marine flora in his im-
mediate vicinity, and there was published in the Report of The
Geology of the County of Cape May," issued in 1857, "A Cata-
logte of Marine Algae discovered at Beesley's Point during the
summer of 1855, by Samuel Ashmead, Esq." enumerating 29
species. Prof. W. G. Farlow issued in 1871-1872 a List of the
sea weeds or Marine Algae of the south coast of New England."
In 1875-1876 he also issued lists of the "Marine Algae of the
United States." In the Report of the U. S. Fish Commission for
1879, was issued Marine Algae of New England and adjacent
coast," by Prof. Farlow; which is the best publication bearing
directly on the marine flora of the New Jersey coast.
In the BULLETIN of the Torrey Botanical Club, July, 1886,
Col. Nicholas Pike of Brooklyn published a Check List of
Marine Alga, based on specimens collected on the shores of
Long Island from 1839 to 1885." From time to time notes on







our marine flora have appeared in the same journal, but no
attempt has been heretofore made to classify the collections on the
New Jersey coast, except a bare list by A. B. Hervey in the Pre-
liminary Catalogue of the Flora of New Jersey," by N. L. Britton.
F. S. Collins contributed to the December, 1888, No. of the
BULLETIN an account of" Algae from Atlantic City N. J. collected
by S. R. Morse," giving a list of the species obtained from 1884
to 1888 inclusive.
The following list is based on the notes and collections of the
writer, made during the past twenty years. Besides which Col.
Pike has kindly furnished a list of Alge observed by Nicholas
Pike on the New Jersey coast and collected by him between the
years 1840 and 1886." Also a List of the Marine Flora of
Staten Island," prepared by himself. None of the specimens
collected by him have been seen by me and are here given entirely
on the authority stated. Prof. S. R. Morse of Atlantic City has
collected very extensively in the waters of that section. The late
Prof. Rachel L. Bodley of Philadelphia published some sketches
in the columns of the Public Ledger of Philadelphia, on the
collections made while spending a holiday season at Longport,
six miles below Atlantic City. The first collections made at that
place were by Mrs. H. M. Lawton, and Mrs. E. H. McCullough,
who have proved themselves to be experts in the mounting of
specimens, a number of which have been made into souvenirs
of Longport," and sold in the bazaars of Atlantic City and else-
where. Miss A. R. Murphy of Germantown, Pa., subsequently
collected quite extensively there, also at Atlantic City, and has
been fortunate in obtaining some of the finest specimens yet seen
on the coast. Miss Carrie A. Boice made a collection at Ocean
Grove; Mrs. Nancy J. Gardner at Asbury Park; and Mrs. Lucy
H. Porter, M.D., of Philadelphia, has made quite an extensive
collection at Somer's Point and at Atlantic City. The late Hal-
liday Jackson of West Chester, Pa., collected a few specimens at
Cape May and other points of the coast. Dr. N. L. Britton has
made considerable collections at Staten Island and about New
York harbor; a number of other persons have from time to time
added to the knowledge of our sea coast flora by their contribu-
tions. This list embraces 91 genera, 183 species and 41 varieties.








Nearly the whole of those collected in the waters about Atlantic
City have been identified or examined either by Prof. Farlow or
Frank S. Collins of Malden, Mass. The latter spent a few days
at that point examining the collections of Prof. Morse, aud study-
ing the finer forms found at the Inlet and Thoroughfare. The
writer is greatly indebted to him for his generous and kindly aid,
always furnished whenever called upon, and without which this
list could not have been made as complete as it now is. The Geo-
logical Survey of New Jersey is to be congratulated that the
valuable services of this eminent algologist have been thus ob-
tained.
Among the microscopic forms of Marine Alga some species
may yet be detected on our shores, but the list embraces all the
species known or said to have been collected on our coast. The
herbarium of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia
has been examined in the preparation of this list; and the writer
desires to return his sincere thanks to the numerous persons who
have kindly allowed him to examine their collections, and to ex-
press the hope that this publication may be the means of awaken-
ing an interest in, or an incentive to a closer study of our flora by
many of the thousands who spend some portion of the year at
the numerous sea-side resorts of our State.
CRYPTOPHYCE.E.
CHROOCOCCUS, Naeg.
C. TURGIDUS, Naeg. Pier at Stapleton, S. I.; on rocks in
brook near Silver Lake. Spring and summer." Pike.
XENOCOCCUS, Thuret.
X. SCHOUSBCEI, Thuret. Growing on Lyngbya luteo-fusca.
Atlantic City, Martindale. Mr. Collins says, this is the
first time it has been reported on this coast."
GLCEOCAPSA (Kiitz), Naeg.
G. CREPIDINUM, Thuret.
On wharves, Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale; Staten
Island, Pike.
ENTOPHYSALIS, Kiitz.
E. GRANULOSA, Kiitz. On old shells, Atlantic City, Morse;
Mr. Collins says "not previously reported on the American
coast."







POLYCYSTIC, Kiitz.
P. PALLIDA, Kiitz.
On decaying algae. Atlantic City, Morse.
P. ELABENS, Kiitz. Prince's Bay, Staten Island," Pike.
CLATHROCYSTIS, Henfrey.
C. ROSEA-PERSICINA, Cohn.
On mud and small pebbles, Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale,
Staten Island, Pike. It has occasionally been seen on
fish in the Philadelphia market, which were said to have
been caught on the New Jersey coast.
SPIRULINA, TURPIN.
S. TENUISSIMA, Kiitz. Atlantic City, mixed with Oscillaria,
etc., Morse, Swimming River. Monmouth Co., Britton,
Staten Island, Pike.
BEGGIATOA, Trev.
B. ALBA, Trev.
Var. MARINA, Warming. On leaves and stems of Spar-
tina, in brackish ditches, Atlantic City, Martindale,;
Staten Island, Pike.
B. ARACHNOIDEA, Rab.
With the former, Atlantic City, Martindale.
LEPTOTHRIX, Kiitz.
L. RIGIDULA, Kiitz. Growing on other algae, Atlantic City,
Morse, Martindale.
OSCILLARIA, Kiitz.
O. SUBULIFORMIS, Harv. In brackish ditches and pools,
Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale; Staten Island, Pike.
O. SUBTORULOSA (Breb.), Farlow.
With the former, Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale.
O. LIMOSA, Kiitz, var. CHALYBEA, Kiitz. "Stapleton and
Tompkinsville, Staten Island," Pike.
MICROCOLEUS, Desmaz.
M. CHTHONOPLASTES, (Fl. Dan.), Thuret. In brackish pools,
Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale.
LYNGBYA, Ag.
L. MAJUSCULA (Dillw.), Harv. Cape Cod to Key West, com-
mon, Farlow in Mar. Alg. New England; Newark Bay, Pike ;









Cape May, Martindale. On stems of floating Zostera,
Atlantic City, Morse.
L. }ESTUARII (Jiirg.), Liebm. Salt ditches at Hoboken, Prof.
Bailey in Ner. Bor. Am.; Perth Amboy, F Wolle; on float-
ing Zostera, Atlantic City, Morse; salt ditches, Cape May,
Martindale ; common in salt ponds and marshes, Newark
Bay, Pike.
L. LUTEO-FUSCA (Ag.), J. Ag. Hoboken and Staten Island,
Pike. On wharves between tide marks, Atlantic City,
Martindale, Morse.
L. TENERRIMA, Thuret. On wharves, Atlantic City, Morse.
L. NIGRESCENS, Harv. Prince's Bay, Staten Island," Pike.
CALOTHRIX, Ag.
C. CONFERVICOLA (Roth), Ag. New York Bay, J Hooper in
Introduction to Algology, with a catalogue of American
Algae," Brooklyn, 1850; Hoboken, Communipaw, Staten
Island, Pike. On stems of Fucus vesciculosus, Atlantic City,
Morse, Martindale.
C. CRUSTACEA (Schousb.), Born. and Thur. On stems of
Fucus, Morse, Martindale.
C. SCOPULORUM (Web. and Mohr), Ag. Hoboken, Staten
Island and Beesley's Point, Pike; on wharves, Atlantic City,
Morse, Martindale.
C. PULVINATA (Mert.), Ag. On wharves, Atlantic City, Morse,
Martindale.
RIVULARIA (Roth), Ag.
R. ATRA, Roth. On stones, Atlantic City, Martindale.
R. POLYOTIS (J. Ag.), Bornet and Flal ult. (R. hospital,
Thuret.) On exposed roots of Spartina,. .tlantic City, Morse.
R. NITIDA, Ag. (R. plicata, Carm.), ".'rince's Bay, Staten
Island," Pike.
ISACTIS, Thuret.
I. PLANA (Harv.), Thuret. On stones and old oyster shells,
Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale.
BRACHYTRICHIA, Zau.
B. QuoYI (Ag.), Bornet and Flahault, (Hormactics Quoyi, Ag.).
A specimen thought to be of this species was collected at
Atlantic City, Morse.









ANABAENA, Bory.
A. TORULOSA (Carm.), Lagerheim, (Spharozyga Carmichcelii,
Harv.). Camden, H. C. Wood, Jr. in Fresh Water Algae of
America; on decaying algae, Atlantic City, Morse, Martin-
dale; Newark Bay, Pike.
NODULARIA, Mertens.
N. HARVEYANA, Thuret. Mariners' Harbor, Staten Island,"
Pike.
ZOOSPOREAE.
MONOSTROMA (Thuret), Wittr.
M. BLYTII (Aresch.), Wittr. A specimen thought to be of this
species was collected on woodwork exposed to the waves,
Atlantic City, Morse.
M. CREPIDINUM, Farlow. On wharf pilings, Atlantic City,
Morse.
M. GREVILLEI (Thuret), Wittr. Prince's Bay, Staten Island,"
Pike.
M. PULCHRUM, Farlow. Common all around Staten Island,"
Pike.
ULVA (L.), Le Jolis.
U. LACTUCA (L.), Le Jolis. Common in bays along the whole
coast.
Var. RIGIDA (Ag.), Le Jolis. Atlantic City, Martindale,
Morse ; Staten Island, Pike.
Var. LACTUCA, Le Jolis. Atlantic City, Martindale,
Morse; Longport, Mrs. Lawton; Staten Island, Pike.
Var. LATISSIMA, Le Jolis. Common, Beesley's Point,
Ashmead, and in bays along the whole coast. At Long-
port the fronds are often of unusual size; three feet
long and fully as wide.
U. ENTEROMORPHA, Le Jolis. Common in bays along the
whole coast, in a great variety of forms.
Var. LANCEOLATA, Le Jolis. Atlantic City, Morse, Mar-
tindale, Miss A. R. Murphy; Longport, Lawton,
Staten Island, Pike.
Var. INTESTINALIS, Le Jolis. Asbury Park, Mrs. N. T
Gardner ; Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale, Murphy ;
Longport, Lawton, Mrs. E. H. McCullough; abundant









in Little Bay, Ashmead; Beesley's Point, Ashmead,
Harvey ; Somer's Point, Mrs. L. H. Porter ; Cape May,
Martindale.
Var. COMPRESSA, Le Jolis. With the last named variety
and equally abundant, growing on shells, stones and
wood, between tide-marks.
U. MARGINATA (J. Ag.), Le Jolis. Atlantic City, Morse, on
wharf between tide-marks.
U. AUREOLA, Ag. Atlantic City, Morse, Collins.
U. PERCURSA, Ag. Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale, on
wharves, between tide-marks.
U. CLATHRATA, Ag. Beesley's Point, Ashmead, Harvey;
Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale ; Ocean Grove, Miss Carrie
A. Boice; Longport, Lawton; New York Bay, Pike.
Var. UNCINATA, Le Jolis. Atlantic City, Morse, Martin-
dale.
Var. ERECTA, Le Jolis. Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale.
Var. PROSTRATA, Le Jolis. Atlantic City, Morse, Mar-
tindale.
Var. CRINITA, Hauck. (Enteromorpha crinita, J. Ag.).
Atlantic City, Martindale.
All these varieties grow on shells and stones between tide-
marks.
U. HOPKIRKII (McCalla), Harv. Staten Island, Pike; Atlantic
City, on old shells, Morse, Martindale.
ULOTHRIX (Kiitz.), Thur.
U. FLACCA (Dillw.), Thur. On wharves, Atlantic City, Mar-
tindale, Morse.
U. ISOGONA (Engl. Bot.), Thuret. New York Bay, Harvey;
Common at Fort Hamilton in spring, Harvey; on wharves,
Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale ; Staten Island, Pike.
Mr. Morse collected at Atlantic City a very slender form, which
Mr. Collins states may possibly be distinct from either of
these species.
CHiETOMORPHA, Kiitz.
C. AEREA (Dillw.), Kiitz. New York Bay, Hooper, in Harvey
Ner. Bor. Am.; common at Beesley's Point, Pike.
C. PICQUOTIANA (Mont.), Kiitz. Staten Island, Torrey in









Harvey, Ner. Bor. Am.; Communipaw, Prince's Bay, S. I.
and Long Branch, Pike; washed ashore at Atlantic City,
Martindale, Murphy.
C. LINUM (Flor. Dan.), Kiitz. Staten Island, Pike; Atlantic
City, Martindale, Morse; washed ashore at Longport,
McCullought; at Beesley's Point, Ashmead. In the summer
of 1887 I collected at Somer's Point a form with unusually
large fronds, which must be of this species although the cells
were very much larger than common. Intermediate forms
also occur.
C. MELAGONIUM (Web. and Mohr), Kiitz. Atlantic City,
Morse, fide Collins. A slender short-jointed form, probably
due to the locality being at the extreme southern range of
this species.
RHIZOCLONIUM, Kiitz.
R. SALINUM (Schleich.), Kiitz. (R. riparium, Roth.). On
exposed Spartina roots, Atlantic City, Martindale, Morse.
R. KOCHIANUM, Kiitz. On Zostera, Atlantic City, Martindale;
Somer's Point, Porter.
R. TORTUOSUM, Kiitz. Prince's Bay, S. I.," Pike.
CLADOPHORA, Kiitz.
C. ARCTA (Dillw.), Kiitz. New York Bay, Walters, in Harv.
Ner. Bor. Am.; common on south -shore of Staten Island,
Pike.
C. LANOSA (Roth.), Kiitz. Prince's Bay, S. I.," Pike.
C. RUPESTRIS, Kiitz. Communipaw and Prince's Bay, S. I.,"
Pike.
C. ALBIDA (Huds.), Kiitz. Staten Island, New York Bay,
Beesley's Point, Cape May, Harvey, Ner. Bor. Am.; Com-
munipaw, Pike; Atlantic City, Morse.
C. REFRACTA (Roth), Aresch. New York, Harvey, Ner.
Bor. Am.; South Beach, S. I., Britton ; Atlantic City, Morse,
floating in the bay at Longport, Lawton; Newark Bay,
*Pike.
C. GLAUCESCENS (Griff.), Harv. New York Bay, Harvey, Ner.
Bor. Am.; Beesley's Point, Ashmead; Atlantic City, Morse;
Staten Island, Pike.
C. L=ETEVIRENS (Dillw.), Harv. New York Bay, Harvey,









Ner. Bor. Am; Communipaw, Staten Island, Beesley's Point,
Pike.
C. HUTCHINSILE (Dillw.), Kiitz. In tide pools, Atlantic City,
Morse, Martindale, Murphy; Longport,McCullough, Lawton,
Miss 7ennie Hood.
C. FLEXUOSA (Griff.), Harv. In tide pools, Atlantic City,
Martindale, Morse; Longport, Lawton.
C. MORRISIE, Harv. Elsinborough, Delaware, Miss Morris,
in Harvey, Ner. Bor. Am. This may be a typographical
error, as there is an Elsinborough in Salem Co. N. J.
C. RUDOLPHIANA (Ag.), Harv. Communipaw and Pleasure
Bay, and Prince's Bay, S. I., Pike.
C. GRACILIS (Griff.), Kiitz. Beesley's Point, Ashmead; New
York Bay, 7. Hooper; brackish pond at New Dorp, Staten
Island, Britton; Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale, Murphy;
Longport, Lawton; Asbury Park, Gardner.
Var. EXPANSA, Farlow. Atlantic City, Morse.
C. EXPANSA, Kiitz. In brackish pools, Atlantic City, Morse,
Martindale; Longport, McCullough.
C. FRACTA (Fl. Dan.), Kiitz. New York, Harvey; in the
Hudson, near West Point, Bailey; Beesley's Point, Ashmead;
Atlantic City, Morse; floating at Key East, Gardner; Staten
Island, Pike.
C. FALCATA, Harv. Occurs plentiful in Little Bay, Cape
May Co.," Ashmead. This may be only C. gracilis.
A quantity of the new genus Acroblaste, Reinsch, Farlow,
Mar. Alg. New Eng., p. 57, the species not determined,
has been collected at Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale.
BRYOPSIS, Lamourx.
B. PLUMOSA (Huds.), Ag. Attached to old shells and other
submerged substances on the shores of Great Egg Harbor
Bay, Ashmead; New York Bay, Chamberlin; Staten Island,
Torrey Herb.; common near New York, Harvey, Pike; in
muddy ditches, Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale; Long-
port, Murphy, Martindale, Miss Hood.
B. HYPNOIDES, Lamourx. On the ferry bridge, Jersey City,
just below the water line, 1850," Pike. Not otherwise known
in our waters.








DERBESIA, Sol.
D. TENUISSIMA (De Not.), Crouan. South shore of Staten
Island, Britton, Pike.
PHYLLITIS (Kiitz.), Le Jolis.
P. FASCIA (Fl. Dan.), Kiitz. Fort Hamilton, New York
Harbor, Pike in Harvey Ner. Bor. Am.; also collected by
Col. Pike at Long Branch; Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale;
Longport, Lawton.
Var. CIESP1TOSA. Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale.
SCYTOSIPHON (Ag.), Thur.
S. LOMENTARIUS (Lyngb.), J. Ag. British America to
Charleston, S. C., Harvey; on stones between tide-marks,
Atlantic City, Morse, Staten Island, Pike.
PUNCTARIA, Grev.
P. LATIFOLIA, Grev. Fort Hamilton, New York, Harvey;
Perth Amboy, Harvey, Britton; Atlantic City, Morse, Mar-
tindale; Staten Island, Pike.
Var. ZOSTERE, Le Jol. Fort Hamilton, N. Y., Harvey,
Pike; Communipaw, Pike; Atlantic City, Morse, Mar-
tindale; Longport, Lawton.
P. PLANTAGINEA (Roth), Grev. On piling between tide-
marks, Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale.
DESMARESTIA, Lamourx.
D. ACULEATA (L.), Lamourx. Communipaw, Staten Island
Sand Beesley's Point, Pike.
D. VIRIDIS (Fl. Dan.), Lamourx. New York Bay, 7. Hooper;
common in Prince's Bay, Staten Island, Pleasant Bay and
at Sandy Hook, Pike.
DICTYOSIPHON, Grev.
D. F(ENICULACEUS (Huds.), Grev. On stones and on other
algae near low water mark, Atlantic City, Morse; Longport,
Lawton; New York Bay, J. Hooper; common at Prince's
Bay, Staten Island, Pike. Variable, some forms approach-
ing var. flaccidus, Aresch., were collected at Atlantic City,
Morse.
MYRIOTRICHIA, Harv.
M. CLAVIEFORMIS, Harv. Communipaw, Staten Island and
Pleasure Bay, Pike; on Zostera, Atlantic City, Martindale,
Morse, Longport, Martindale, McCullough.
Var. FILIFORMIS, Farlow. With the type.










ECTOCARPUS, Lyngb.
E. TOMENTOSUS (Huds), Lyngb. Atlantic City, Morse.
E. GRANULOSUS (Eng. Bot.), Ag. Atlantic City, on an old
mast, Morse.
Var. TENUIS, Farlow. Atlantic City, Martindale.
E. CONFERVOIDES (Roth), Le Jolis. Occurs sparingly on
shores of Little Bay, on rockweed, Ashmead; New York
Bay, Hooper; south shore of Staten Island, Britton, Pike
Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale; Longport, Murphy,
McCullough, Dr. Porter.
Var. SILICULOSUS, Kjellman. Common in the bays on
Zovtera, disappearing in July, Beesley's Point, Ashmead;
on Spartina roots in tide pools, Atlantic City, Mar-
tindale, Morse; Ocean Grove, Boice; Longport,
Lawton.
E. FASCICULATUS, Harv. Communipaw, Prince's Bay, Staten
Island and Perth Amboy, Pike.
E. LUTOSUS, Harv. Staten Island and Pleasure Bay, Pike.
E. LITTORALIS, Lyngb. Abundant in the bays of Egg Harbor,
Ashmead; south shore of Staten Island, Britton, Pike;
Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale, Murphy ; on wood work
exposed to the waves, Longport, Martindale, Lawton.
Var. RAMELLOSUS, Hauck. Atlantic City, Collins,
Morse.
E. TERMINALIS, Kiitz. Atlantic City, Martindale, Morse.
SPHACELARIA, Lyngb.
S. CIRRHOSA (Roth), Ag. Shore of Staten Island, on Cysto-
clonium, Britton ; also reported by Pike.
CLADOSTEPHUS, Ag.
C. VERTICILLATUS (Lightf.), Ag. Staten Island, Pike.
MYRIONEMA, Grev.
M. VULGARE, Thur. Common on various alga and occasion-
ally found on stones along the entire New Jersey coast, Pike;
on Ulva, Atlantic City, Martindale, Morse.
ELACHISTEA, Duby.
E. FUCICOLA (Velley), Fries. Common along Staten Island,
Pike ; on Fucus, Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale ; Long-
port, Martindale, McCullough.









LEATHESIA, S. F. Gray.
L. DIFFORMIS (L.), Aresch. Staten Island, Pike,; on wood
work at low water mark, Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale;
sometimes on other alge, Longport, Lawton, McCullough.
CHORDARIA, Ag.
C. FLAGELLIFORMIS (Fl. Dan.), Ag. Staten Island, Harvey
Ner. Bor. Am., Pike; Atlantic City, Morse.
MESOGLOIA, Ag.
M. DIVARICATA (Ag.), Kiitz. Very common from Cape Cod
southward, Farlow,; New York Bay, Hooper; Pleasure Bay,
Pike.
CASTAGNEA (Dub. and Sol.), Thur.
C. VIRESCENS (Carm.), Thur. A specimen of this species is
said to have been collected on the beach at Long Branch; if
so, it must have been washed in by the waves from the coast
of New England.
RALFSIA, Berkeley.
R. VERRUCOSA (Aresch), J. Ag. On old shells, Atlantic City,
Martindale, Porter.
R. CLAVATA (Carm.), Crouan. Atlantic City, Morse, Martin-
dale; Longport, Martindale; Somer's Point, Porter.
ASPEROCOCCUS, Lamourx.
A. ECHINATUS (Mert.), Grev. All around Staten Island."
Pike.
STILOPHORA, J. Ag.
S. RHIZODES, Ag. Egg Harbor, rather rare on old shells,
near low water mark, Ashmead; Staten Island, Pike.
S. PAPILLOSA, J. Ag. Great Egg Harbor Bay and Pleasure
Bay," Pike. Not otherwise known on our coast; possibly
only a form of the former species.
STRIARIA, Grev.
S. ATTENUATA, Grev. "Prince's Bay, S. I.," Pike. See Far-
low, Mar. Alg. p. 90.
CHORDA, Stack.
C. FILUM (L.), Stack. Perth Amboy, Hervey, Britton;
Ocean Beach, C. Henry Kain.
LAMINARIA, Lamourx.
L. SACCHARINA (L.), Lamourx. Cast up from deep water on









the New Jersey coast, its southern limit not ascertained below
Long Branch," Harvey; on the beach at Asbury Park in
great abundance in 1887, N. T Gardner; Atlantic City,
Morse; and occasionally at Longport, Martindale; New
Dorp, S. I., Britton.
L. DIGITATA (L.), Lamourx. Prince's Bay, S. I.," Pike.
ALARIA, Grev.
A. ESCULENTA, Grev. Found only once at Prince's Bay, S.
I., probably washed from Montauk Point, much decomposed,
end of summer," Pike.

OOSPORE.E.
ASCOPHYLLUM (Stack), Le Jolis.
A. NODOSUM (L.), Le Jolis, (Fucus nodosus, L.). New York
Bay, shores of Staten Island, Pike; Atlantic City, Morse,
Martindale; Longport, washed up in great abundance in
1887, Martindale; sparingly in 1888, McCullough; Sandy
Hook, Britton.
Fucus (L.), Decne. & Thur.
F. VESICULOSUS, L. Common on the whole coast; the fronds
very variable.
Var. LATERIFRUCTUS, Grev. With the type.
Var. SPIRALIS. With the type.
F. EDENTATUS, De La Pylaie ? (F. evanescens of Farlow Marine
Alge N. E.) Atlantic City, Morse, Collins.
F. CERANOIDES, L. Sailors' Snug Harbor, S. I.," Pike.
SARGASSUM, Ag.
S. VULGARE, Ag., frequently washed ashore along the entire
coast.
Var. MONTAGNET, Atlantic City, Martindale, Morse;
quite abundant at Longport in 1887, McCullough, Por-
ter, Martindale; also at Somer's Point, Porter.
S. BACCIFERUM (Turn.), Ag. Frequently washed ashore,
Atlantic City, Martindale; Longport, McCullough, Bodley.
VAUCHERIA, D.C.
V. THURETII, Woronin. Muddy ditches, Atlantic City, Morse.
V. LITOREA (Hoffman), Bang. On gravel stones, Atlantic
City, Morse, Martindale.










FLORIDEIE.
TRENTEPOHLIA (Ag.), Prings.
T. VIRGATULA (Harv.), Farlow. On other algae and on Zostera,
Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale,; Longport, Lawton.
T. DAVIESII (Dillw.), Harv. On Chcetomorpha Melagonium,
Atlantic City, Morse, fide Collins.
PORPHYRA, Ag.
P. LACINIATA (Lightf.), Ag. (P. vulgaris, Harv.). Common
along the shores of New York Bay and Harbor. On Zostera
in Little Bay, Egg Harbor, very rare, Ashmead; Atlantic
City, Morse, Martindale ; Longport, Lawton, McCullough,
Martindale.
P. LEUCOSTICTA, Thur. Atlantic City, Morse, vide F. S.
Collins in Bull. Torrey Bot. Club, xi. 132; Longport,
Lawton, McCullough, Martindale.
BANGIA, Lyngb.
B. FUSCO-PURPUREA (Dillw.), Lyngb. On wharves, Atlantic
City, Morse, Martindale, Murphy; Staten Island and Plea-
sure Bay, Pike.
ERYTHROTRICHIA, Aresch.
E. CERAMICOLA (Lyngb.), Aresch. Atlantic City, Morse,
Martindale, Murphy ; Longport, Martindale, McCullough.
E. CILIARIS (Carm.), Thuret. In company with Trentepohlia
Daviesii, Atlantic City, Morse, fide Collins. Has not been
previously reported on the coast from any point north of
South Carolina.
GONIOTRICHUM, Kiitz.
G. ELEGANS (Chauv.), Zanard. Atlantic City, Morse, mixed
with Bangia; detected by F. S. Collins.
HILDENBRANDTIA, Nardo.
H. ROSEA, Kiitz. "Very common on stones from Hoboken to
Sandy Hook, Pike."
SPERMOTHAMNION, Aresch.
S. TURNERI (Mert.), Aresch. Communipaw and Staten
Island," Pike.
CALLITHAMNION, Lyngb.*
*C. ROTHII (Engl. Bot.), Lyngb. Common from New York northward,
Farlow in Mar. Alge New Eng., but so far as I know has not definitely been
detected in New Jersey waters.









C. CRUCIATUM, Ag. Red Hook, New York, Harvey Ner.
Bor. Am.; Communipaw and Staten Island, Pike, Atlantic
City, Morse, Martindale; Longport, Lawton, McCullough,
Murphy, Martindale. The rare cystocarpic fruit is quite
common at Atlantic City, Collins.
C. AMERICANUM, Harv. From New Jersey northward, Far-
low ; on the New Jersey Flats and on Staten Island, Pike;
Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale.
C. PLUMULA (Ellis), Lyngb. Long Branch, Miss E. C. Morris
in Harvey Ner. Bor. Am.; Staten Island and Communipaw,
Pike ; Atlantic City, Morse.
C. BORRERI (Engl. Bot.), Harv. New York, Harvey; very
common at Sailors' Snug Harbor, Staten Island and Com-
munipaw, Pike; Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale, Porter,
Murphy ; Longport, Lawton, McCullough, Miss 7. Hood,
Martindale, Murphy; Somer's Point, Porter; Cape May,
Halliday Jackson, Martindale.
C. ROSEUM (Roth), Harvey. New York Harbor, A. R. Young
in Farlow Marine Algae New Eng; Prince's Bay, Staten
Island, and Pleasure Bay, Pike; Atlantic City, Morse, Collins,
Martindale.
C. POLYSPERMUM, Ag. Rare on old shells in Great Egg
Harbor Bay, Ashmead; Staten Island and Communipaw,
Pike.
C. TETRAGONUM (With.), Ag. Fort Hamilton and Red Hook,
New York Bay, and it probably grows on the New Jersey
shore, Pike.
C. BAILEYI, Harv. Common from New Jersey to Cape Cod,
Farlow; New Brighton, S. I. and abundant in New York
Bay, Harvey; common at Staten Island, Pike.
C. BYSSOIDEUM, Am. New York Harbor, Harvey; Port
Richmond and New Brighton S. I., B. B. Chamberlain,
Pike ; frequent on Zostera and attached to old shells in Great
Egg Harbor Bay, Ashmead; Atlantic City, Martindale,
Morse, Murphy; Jersey City and Hoboken, H. 7ackson
Longport, Lawton, McCullough, Martindale, Murphy,
Somer's Point, Porter; Cape May, Martindale. The forms









of this species are numerous, but the definite varieties have
not been separated.
C. CORYMBOSUM (Engl. Bot.), Lyngb. Communipaw and
Staten Island," Pike.
C. DIETZIE, Hooper. Communipaw and Staten Island,"
Pike. This may be incorrectly determined, see Farlow's
Manual, page 9.
C? TENUE (Ag.), Harv. Beesley's Point, Cape May Co.,
Ashmead in Harvey Ner. Bor. Am.; Pleasure Bay, Com-
munipaw, and at Stapleton, Pike; Atlantic City, Morse,
Martindale ; Longport, Lawton, McCullough; Somer's
Point, Dr. Porter. All the specimens found thus far are
sterile, so that the true genus still remains unsettled.
GRIFFITHSIA, Ag.
G. BORNETIANA, Farlow. Communipaw, Staten Island and
Pleasure Bay, Pike.
HALURUS, Kiitz.
H. EQUISETIFOLIUS, Kiitz. New Jersey coast near New
York," Pike. According to Farlow's Manual this must be
very doubtful.
PTILOTA, Ag.
P. ELEGANS, Bonnem. Squan Beach, N. J., Miss Morris in
Harvey, Ner. Bor. Am. ; Sandy Hook, Pike; very large
specimens at Sea Bright, 1883, H. Averill; Ocean Grove,
C. A. Boice; Asbury Park, Louisa Emily Knight; Atlan-
tic City, Morse, Martindale; Longport, Lawton, McCul-
lough.
P. PECTINATA (Gunnar), Kjellman. (P. serrata, Kiitz.) Asbury
Park, Louisa Emily Knight, 1886. The only specimen so
far as known coming from N. J. waters.
CERAMIUM, Lyngb.
C. RUBRUM (Huds.), Ag. Cape Cod to Charleston, Harvey;
New York harbor, H. 7ackson, N. Pike; abundant on Zostera
and quite variable, Beesley's Point, Ashmead; Atlantic City,
Morse, Martindale, Murphy, Porter; abundant on south
shore of Staten Island, Britton ; Ocean Grove, C. A. Boice;
Somer's Point, Porter; Longport, Lawton, McCullough,
Martindale, Murphy.









Var. PROLIFERUM, J. Ag. Asbury Park, N. T. Gardner;
Atlantic City, Martindale.
Var. SECUNDATUM, Ag. Atlantic City, Martindale.
Var. SQUARROSUM, Harv. Atlantic City, Martindale.
C. CIRCINNATUM, Kiitz. "Prince's Bay, S. I., Aug. and Sept."
Pike.
C. DIAPHANUM (Lightf.), Roth. Sparingly, Beesley's Point,
Ashmead; Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale; Longport,
Lawton, McCullough, Murphy.
C. STRICTUM (Kiitz.), Harv. Common from New York to
Cape Cod, Farlow, Mar. Alg. New Eng.; Communipaw and
Pleasure Bay, Pike; Asbury Park, C. H. Kain; Ocean
Grove, C. A. Boice; Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale,
Murphy, Porter; Longport, Lawton, McCullough, Martin-
dale; Somer's Point, Porter; Cape May, H. Jackson.
C. FASTIGIATUM, Harv. New York Bay, Chamberlin, Pike ;
Long Branch, Miss Morris in Harvey Ner. Bor. Am.; in
dense tufts on Zostera, rather rare, Beesley's Point, Ashmead;
Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale; Asbury Park, N. T.
Gardner; Somer's Point, on Rhabdonia, Martindale, Porter.
C. TENUISSIMUM (Lyngb.), J. Ag. Staten Island, Pike ;
Ocean Grove, C. H. Kain, C. A. Boice; Asbury Park, N.
T. Gardner; Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale ; Longport,
Lawton, McCullough, Martindale.
Var. ARACHNOIDEUM, J. Ag. Atlantic City, Martin-
dale.
Var. PATENTISSIMUM, Harv. Atlantic City, Morse, Mar-
tindale.
SPYRIDIA, Harv.
S. FILAMENTOSA (Wulf.), Harv. Common from Cape Cod
southward, Farlow abundant in bays at Egg Harbor, Ash-
mead; Staten Island and Communipaw, Pike; Atlantic
City, Morse, Martindale; Longport, Martindale, McCul-
lough.
PHYLLOPHORA, Grev.
P. BRODIEI (Turn.), J. Ag. Communipaw and Prince's Bay,
Pike; Asbury Park, N. T. Gardner; Atlantic City, Morse,
Martindale.










P. MEMBRANIFOLIA (Good. & Woodw.), J. Ag. New York,
Hooper, Calverly in Harvey Ner, Bor. Am.; Long Branch,
Miss Morris in same; Staten Island and Pleasure Bay, Pike;
Asbury Park and Ocean Beach, N. T. Gardner; Ocean
Grove, C. A. Boice; Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale.
GYMNOGONGRUS, Mart.
G. TORREYI (Ag.), J. Ag. New York, Prof. Agardh; Staten
Island, Pike.
AHNFELDTIA, Fries.
A. PLICATA (Huds.), Fries. New York, Calverly in Harvey
Ner. Bor. Am.; Staten Island and Sandy Hook, washed
ashore, Pike.
CYSTOCLONIUM, Kiitz.
C. PURPURASCENS (Huds.), Kiitz. Squan, Miss E. Morris in
Harvey Ner. Bor. Am.; New York Bay, _. Hooper; abun-
dant on south shore of Staten Island, Britton,; Atlantic City,
Morse, Martindale.
Var. CIRRHOSA, Harv. Ocean Grove, C A. Boice.
GIGARTINA, Lamourx.
G. MAMILLOSA (Good. & Woodw.). J. Ag. Prince's Bay, S.
I.," Pike.
CHONDRUS, Stack.
C. CRISPUS (L.), Stack. Collected at Staten Island in 1860
by John Hooper, according to Col. N. Pike; Atlantic City,
Morse.
RHODYMENIA (Grev.), J. Ag.
R. PALMATA (L.), Grev. On Laminaria at Long Branch,
Pike; Atlantic City, Morse.
EUTHORA, J. Ag.
E. CRISTATA, J. Ag. Staten Island, Farlow, Marine Alg. New
Eng.; Prince's Bay, S. I., Pike; Long Branch, J. Walters,
J. Hooper.
LOMENTARIA (Gaill.), Thuret.
L. UNCINATA, Menegh. Common from Cape Cod southward,
Farlow ; Staten Island, Pike ; frequent on Zostera and Ulva,
Beesley's Point, Ashmead; Somer's Point, Porter, Martin-
dale; Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale, Murphy Longport,
Lawton, Murphy, McCullough.










Var. FILIFORMIS, Harv. Atlantic City, Morse, Martin-
dale Longport, Lawton, McCullough, Martindale, and
an extreme form, possibly var. robusta, Harvey.
Var. VALIDA (Harv.) Longport, Martindale.
L. ROSEA (Harv.), Thuret. Stapleton, S. I.," Pike.
CIIAMPIA, Ag.
C. PARVULA (Ag.), Harv. Common from Cape Cod south-
ward, Farlow ; plentiful in Little Bay, Ashmead; Staten
Island, Pike; Asbury Park, Gardner; Ocean Grove, C A.
Boice, C. H. Kain; Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale,
Murphy, Porter; Longport, Lawton, McCullough, Martin-
dale, Murphy ; Somer's Point, Porter, Martindale.
HYPNEA, Lamourx.
H. MUSCIFORMIS (Wulf.), Lamourx. Sandy Hook, Pike;
washed ashore, Atlantic City, Murphy,; Longport, Lawton.
GELIDIUM, Lamourx.
G. CRINALE (Turn.), J. Ag. Red Hook, N. Y., Harvey; on
old shells in Little Bay, Egg Harbor, Ashmead; New York
Bay, y. Hooper ; Communipaw, J. Walters, Pike on
piling below high water, Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale;
Somer's Point, Martindale, Porter.
RHABDONIA, Harv.
R. TENERA, Ag. Common on shores of Staten Island, Cham-
berlin; Long Branch, Miss Morris in Harvey Ner. Bor.
Am.; very common on shores at Egg Harbor Bay, Ashmead,
Somer's Point, Porter; Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale,
Murphy ; Longport, Lawton, McCullough, Murphy, Mar-
tindale,; Cape May, Martindale, H. Jackson, Miss H. C.
Bond,; Ocean Grove, Gardner, Miss Boice,; on all shores
about New York Harbor, Pike.
POLYIDES, Ag.
P. ROTUNDUS (Gmel.), Grev. Growing on rocks near Stapleton,
south shore of Staten Island, Pike.
GRINNELLIA, Harv.
G. AMERICANA (Ag.), Harv. New Brighton and New Dorp,
Staten Island, Britton, Pike; Fort Hamilton, Chamberlin ,
a single specimen in Great Egg Harbor Bay, Ashmead,
Ocean Grove, C. A. Boice Asbury Park, Gardner, L. E.









Knight; Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale, Miss Ray S.
Comly, Murphy ; Longport, Lawton, McCullough, 7. Hood,
Martindale, Miss Murphy, who collected in the summer of
1888 some of the finest specimens ever seen on our coast.
DELESSERIA, Lamourx.
D. SINUOSA (Good. and Woodw.), Lamourx. Long Branch
and at Prince's Bay, S. I., Pike; Sea Bright, Horace
Averill; Ocean Grove, C. A. Boice ; Atlantic City, Morse.
D. ALATA (Huds.), Lamourx. Stapleton, S. I.," Pike.
D. LEPRIEURII, Mont. Fort Lee, N. Y., Horace Averill, etc.,
in Farlow Mar. Alg. New Eng; Atlantic City, on piling,
Morse, Martindale ; Longport, Martindale.
GRACILARIA, Grev.
G. MULTIPARTITA, J. Ag. Common from Cape Cod south-
ward, Farlow; shores of Staten Island, Chamberlin, Pike;
Long Branch, Miss Morris ; Atlantic City, Morse, Martin-
dale, Murphy, Porter; Longport, Lawton, McCullough,
Murphy, Martindale; Somers Point, Porter; plentiful in
Egg Harbor Bay, particularly on planted oysters, Ashmead;
frequent in New York Bay, Hooper.
Var. ANGUSTISSIMA, Harv. Same localities, but less
abundant. Cape May, Martindale.
CHONDRIOPSIS, J. Ag.
C. DASYPHYLLA (Woodw.), J. Ag. Plentiful in Little Bay and
on Bond's Bar, growing in large tufts on sandy mud, Ash-
mead; Staten Island, Pike; Atlantic City, Martindale;
Longport, McCullough, Murphy, Martindale.
C. TENUISSIMA (Good. and Woodw.), J. Ag. Common with
the last, Egg Harbor, Ashmead; Asbury Park, Gardner;
Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale, Murphy ; Longport,
Lawton, McCullough, Martindale, Murphy ; Somer's Point,
Porter, Martindale; Staten-Island, Pike.
Var. BAILEYANA, Farlow. Atlantic City, Longport and
Somer's Point, same collectors; New York Harbor,
Prof. Bailey, Pike; Fort Hamilon, H. Yackson.
C. ATROPURPUREA(Harv.), J. Ag., var. FASCICULATA, Farlow.
Fort Hamilton, N. Y., Harvey, Farlow Mar. Alg. New Eng.;
Prince's Bay, S. I. and Pleasure Bay, Pike.










RHODOMELA, Ag.
R. SUBFUSCA (Woodw.), Ag. Staten Island, Harvey; New
York Bay, Hooper; Prince's Bay, Staten Island, Britton,
Pike.
Var. GRACILIOR, J. Ag. South shore of Staten Island,
April and May," Pike.
POLYSIPHONIA, Grev.
P. URCEOLATA (Dillw.), Grev. From New Jersey northward,
Farlow; Long Branch, Miss Morris, in Harvey Ner. Bor.
Am.; Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale, Murphy ; Staten
Island, Pike.
Var. FORMOSA, Ag. Fort Hamilton, etc., in New York
Bay, Harvey; Cape May, H. Jackson ; Atlantic City,
Morse.
P. SUBTILISSIMA, Mont. Hoboken, 1861, 7. Hooper; Com-
munipaw and Staten Island, Pike.
P. OLNEYI, Harv. On Zostera in Egg Harbor Bay, Ashmead;
very abundant in Pleasure Bay in August and September,
Pike; Ocean Beach, C. H. Kain; Atlantic City, Martin-
dale, Morse ; Cape May, H. yackson.
P. HARVEYI, Bailey. Abundant in bays and on Bond's Bar,
Egg Harbor, Ashmead; Staten Island, Pike; Atlantic City,
Morse, Martindale, Murphy; Asbury Park, Gardner
Ocean Grove, C. H. Kain; Longport, Lawton, McCullough,
Murphy, Martindale, Porter; Somer's Point, McCormick.
P. FIBRILLOSA (Dillw.), Grev. Longport, Lawton, Martin-
dale.
P. VIOLACEA (Roth), Grev. Fine specimens collected at Prince's
Bay, Staten Island, Pike.
P. VARIEGATA (Ag.), Zan. Common from Cape Cod to West
Indies, Farlow; New York, Hooper; Egg Harbor, Ask-
mead; Staten Island, Asbury Park, Atlantic City, Longport,
all collectors; unusually large and fine specimens, Somer's
Point, Porter.
P. ATRORUBESCENS (Dillw.), Grev. Long Branch, Miss
Morris; Asbury Park, Gardner; Atlantic City, Martindale,
Morse; Communipaw and Staten Island, J. Hooper, Pike.
P. NIGRESCENS (Dillw.), Grev. Staten Island, Fort Hamilton









and New York, Pike ; abundant, Egg Harbor, Ashmead;
Ocean Grove, Miss Boice, Gardner, Kain; Atlantic City,
Morse, Martindale, Murphy, Porter ; Longport, Lawton,
McCullough; the latter secured some of the finest specimens
yet found on the coast.
Var. FUCOIDES, Ag. Atlantic City, Martindale; Long-
port, McCullough.
Var. AFFINIS, Ag. Atlantic City, Martindale, Murphy,
Longport, McCullough.
Var. DURKEEI, Harv. Atlantic City,, Murphy, Martin-
dale.
Var. PLUMOSA, Harv. Longport, McCullough, very fine.
P. FASTIGIATA (Roth), Grev. Pleasure Bay, Communipaw and
Staten Island, Pike.
BOSTRYCHIA, Mont.
B. RIVULARIS, Harv. Fort Lee, H. Averill, in Farlow Mar.
Alg. New Eng; on piling at the drawbridge, Atlantic City,
Morse, Martindale, Murphy ; floating in the thoroughfare,
Porter; Longport, Lawton, McCullough, Martindale.
DASYA, Ag.
D. ELEGANS (Mart.), Ag. Common in New York Bay at
Communipaw and Staten Island, Britton, Pike; Atlantic
City, Morse, Martindale; floating in the thoroughfare, Por-
ter; Longport, Lawton, McCullough, 7. Hood, Murphy,
Martindale. The specimens collected by Miss Murphy in
the summer of 1888 were very large and in very fine con-
dition.

CORALLINEE.

CORALLINA (L.) Lamourx.
C. OFFICINALIS, L. Said to have been collected at Long
Branch.
JANIA, Lamourx.
A specimen of this genus was collected at Longport in the sum-
mer of 1888 attached to Sargassum, washed up on the beach;
possibly y. rubens, Lamourx, or y. Cubensis, Mont., but not
sufficiently developed to determine with certainty.







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MELOBESIA, Lamourx.
M. LE JOLISII, Rosanoff. Atlantic City, Murphy, Martindale,
Morse.
M. FARINOSA, Lamourx. On the New Jersey coast and along
Staten Island, Pike; Atlantic City, Morse, Martindale,
Miss H. C. Bond.
M. PUSTULATA, Lamourx. Same stations and same collect-
ors; Somer's Point, Porter, Longport, Martindale.
M. LENORMANDI, Aresch. Staten Island, Pike,; Long Branch,
Longport and Atlantic City, Martindale.
M. MACROCARPA, Rosanoff. Staten Island, Pike.












GENERIC INDEX.


Ahnfeldtia, 104.
Alaria, 99.
Anabaena, 92.
Ascophyllum, 99.
Asperococcus, 98.
Bangia, Ioo.
Beggiatoa, go.
Bostrychia, io8.
Brachytrichia, 91.
Bryopsis, 95.
Callithamnion, Ioo.
Calothrix, 91.
Castagnea, 98.
Ceramium, 102.
Chvetomorpha, 93.
Champia, 1o5.
Chondriopsis, o16.
Chondrus, 104.
Chorda, 98.
Chordaria, 98.
Chroococcus, 89.
Cladophora, 94.
Cladostephus, 97.
Clathrocystis, 9o.
Corallina, lo8.
Cystoclonium, 104.
Dasya, o18.
Delesseria, io6.
Derbesia, 96.
Desmarestia, 96.
Dictyosiphon, 96.
Ectocarpus, 97.
Elachistea, 97.
Euthora, 104.
Entophysalis, 89.
Erythrotrichia, Ioo.
Fucus, 99.
Gelidium, O15.
Gigartina, 104.
Glceocapsa, 89.
Goniotrichiumr loo.
Gracilaria, o16.
Griffithsia, 102.
Grinnellia, 1o5.
Gymnogongrus, o14.


Halurus, 102.
Hildenbrandtia, Ioo.
Hypnea, 105.
Isactis, 91.
Jania, o18.
Laminaria, 98.
Leathesia, 98.
Leptothrix, go.
Lomentaria, o14.
Lyngbya, go.
Melobesia, iog.
Mesogloia, 98.
Microcoleus, go.
Monostroma, 92.
Myrionema, 97.
Myriotrichia, 96.
Nodularia, 92.
Oscillaria, go.
Phyllitis, 96.
Phyllophora, 103.
Polycystis. go.
Polyides, 105.
Polysiphonia, 107.
Porphyra, Ioo.
Ptilota, 102.
Punctaria, 96.
Ralfsia, 98.
Rhabdonia, 105.
Rhizoclonium, 94.
Rhodomela, 107.
Rhodymenia, o14.
Rivularia, g9.
Sargassum, 99.
Scytosiphon, 46.
Spermothamnion, Ioo.
Sphacelaria, 97.
Spirulina, go.
Spyridia, 103.
Stilophora, 98.
Striaria, 98.
Trentepohlia, Ioo.
Ulva, 92.
Ulothrix, 93.
Vaucheria, 99.
Xenococcus, 89.


ISSUED AUG. 24, 1889.




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