617 NOTES ON THE NATIVE FLORA OF NEW SOUTH WALES. By R. H. Cambage, F.L.S. Supplementary Lists to Part viii., Camden to Burragorang AND Mount Werong. (Continued from These Proceedings, 1911, p.583.) (Plate Ixv.) The following lists contain the names of additional species collected during a second visit to the district, in December, 1911, when many plants were found flowering, which had been pre-viously overlooked, or not identified. Supplementary List. Camden to Burragorang. HYPERiciNEyE : Hypericum gramineum Forst. LeguminoS/E : Acacia dectirrens var. lyiollix, (flowering in Oc-tober). Hai.okagE/E : Ualoragis teucrioides A. Gray. Myrtace^ : Bceckea densifulia Sm., Cidlistemon linearis DC. Umbei.liper^ : Hydrocotyle geraniifolia F.v.M., Aclinotus Heli-anthi Labill.,( Flannel Flower). Rubiace^: Cassinia aurea R.Br., (yellow flowers), Gnaphalium japonicum Thunb. GooDKNiACKit: Goodenia decurrens R.Br. Epacride.e: Lissanthe sapida R.Br., (red fruit, | inch in dia-meter, with a somewhat apple-like taste. Burragorang Mountain). PoLYGONACiO/E : Rumcx Brownii Campd. EupiiORBiACE^ : Poranthera corymbosa Brong., P. microphylla Brong., Breynia oblongifolia J. Muell. Orchide^e: Dipodium punctatum R.Br. Commelynace/E : C ommelyna cyanea R.Br.