1979 Moldenke, New & noteworthy plants U^l bus corollis rubris. This variety differs from the typical form and other varieties of the species in having the branches and branchlets merely very shortly appressed-pilose with antrorse hairs, the rachis, bracts, and calyxes merely pubenilent, the lower leaf-surfaces dense-ly short-pubescent, and the corollas red. The type of the variety was collected by Scott Mori (in whose honor it is named), T. S. dos Santos, A. Euponino, and C. B. Thompson (no^ 10892 ) near Santa Cruz de CabrHia, 2— U km. south-wards along the old road in the region of Cacaueira da Bahia, Bahia, Brazil, growing in an area of campos and restinga, on Aug-ust 21, 1978, and is deposited in my personal herbarium. The collectors describe the corollas as red ("roxas") and report the vernacular name, "canela de saracura". VERBENA TENEBA f . ALBIFLOBA (Kuntze) Mold,, stat. nov. Verbena tenera var. albiflora Kuntze, Rev. Gen. PI. 3 (2): 258. 1898. ADDITIONAL NOTES ON THE ERIOCAULACEAE. LXXXII Harold N, Moldenke ERIOCAULON PLUMALE N. E. Br. Additional bibliography: Moldenke, Phytologia Ul: U30. 1979. Meikle (I968) feels that E. nifum Lecomte is a species dis-tinct from E, plumale. ERIOCAULON PLUMALE ssp. JAEGERI (Moldenke) Meikle Additional & emended bibliography: Meikle in Rutchins. & Dalz., Fl. W. Trop. Afr., ed. 2, 3: 58, 60, & 62, fig. 337/7. 1968; Mol-denke, Phytologia 26: U62. 1973. Emended illustrations: Meikle in Hutchins. & Dalz., Fl. W. Trop. Afr.,8d. 2, 3s 60, fig. 337/7. 1968. Meikle (I968) characterizes this plant as having "Scapes and leaves numerous; leaves subulate-filiform; capitula white, plu-mose, 5 — 7 mm. diam., subglobose; involucral bracts rather rigid, dark brown", citing Adames 3U2, Chillou 906, Jaeger U917, and Schnell 7393 from Guinea, flowering in September and October. ERIOCAULON PLUMALE ssp. KINDIAE (H. Lecomte) Meikle Additional & emended bibliography: Hutchins. & Dalz., Fl. W. Trop. Afr., ed. 1, 2: 326. 1931; Meikle in Hutchins. & Dalz., Fl. 1 Trop. Afr., ed. 2, 3s 58, 60, & 62, fig. 337/8. I968; Moldenke, Phytologia 26: U6L 1973.