222 PHYTOLOGIA No. 6 dosperm abundant (in immature seed). Type in the Herbarium of the University of Michigan, Eizi &latuda 571 , collected on Mt. Orando, Chiapas, Ivlexico, Decem-ber 16, 1956. (a) Contribution from the Herbarium of the University of Michigan. ADDITIONAL NOTES ON THE GENUS AEGIPHILA — II Harold N. Moldenke The following notes are supplementary to those contained in my original monograph of the genus (l) and in the first installment of the present series of additional notes (2). To the list of herbarium abbreviations should be added the following: Pr ■ Princeton University, Princeton, N. J. The total number of recorded contributors to our knowledge of this genus, as given on page 245 of ny original monograph and on page 18^ of the first part of these additional notes, should be 578 and the number of publications reviewed 197-49a. AEGIPHILA ACULEIFERA Moldenke. The species ascends to at least 1^00 m. in Costa Rica and has been collected in anthesis in November. A vernacular name in Costa Rica is "tabaquilla" . Additional citations! COSTA RICA: Alajuela: Brenes 5709  (P-2). 6. AEGIPHILA ANOMALA Pittier . The species has been collected in anthesia in May and in fruit in February. A vernacular name in Costa Rioa is "taba-quillo" . It has been confused by some with Siparuna and a few herbarium specimens have been distributed under that name! Additional citations: COSTA RICA: Alajuela: Brenes 6652 (P), 15,661 (F). 21a. AEGIPHILA AUSTRALIS Moldenke. Additional citations: BRAZIL: Santa Catharina: Ule 1520 (N — photo of type, Z — photo of type).