338 Bibliographical Notices. Vei'zeichniss der in Jahre 1832 im ostlichen Theile der Altai-gebirges gesammelten Pfianzen. Ein Supplement zur Flora Altaica, von Al. V. Bunge. 8vo. St. Petersburg, 1836. This Supplement to the Flora Altaica is quite essential to all those who possess that excellent work. It is extracted from the Memoires de I'Academie de St. Petersbourg, and contains a catalogue, with nu-merous descriptions and observations, of the plants collected by M. Bunge in the eastern part of the Altai Mountains in 1832, and not-withstanding its German title, is wholly vn*itten in Latin. Many new plants are described, and fuller accounts given of species incom-pletely noticed in the Flora Altaica. Fungorum et Byssorum Illustrationes, 8(C. By F. Fulg. Chevallier, Fasc. I. With 52 coloured Plates. Lipsise, Strasburgi et Parisiis, 1837. This work contains many beautifully drawn and well-executed plates, especially of the larger Fungi. The illustrations of the more minute species we think far less happy, and they are extremely poor in anatomical details. We find, too, more than one well-known spe-cies published as new. Pterodinia nivea is clearly Isaria intricata, var. suhsimplcx, Schum. Fusisporium palustre has long since been published by Desmaziere, under the name of Psilonia Arunditiis, and it is described in the third volume of Fries. Psilonia Buxi, already placed by Fries in the genus Fusisporium, has a new specific name given to it. If we mistake not, jEthalium mcelanum is a state of Licea cylindrica, figured by Nees under the name oi Dermodium fallax. A few other points of less importance might be noticed. With these exceptions the work may be pronounced as a beautiful contribution to the stock of Mycological illustrations, though it does not make any important addition to our knowledge of Fungi. Linnaa. Vol. XIII. Part 3. 1839. On the development of the spores in Anthoceros Icevis ; by Prof. Mohl. With a Plate. — Appendix to observations on the hairs in the air-tubes of Limnanthemvm and Villarsia ; by Dr. S. F. Hoffmann. — Observations on American Bauhinia ; by Dr. Vogel. — Synopsis of Scandinavian Drabce; by Al. Ed. Lindblom. — Notice of the con-tinuation of Bartling and Hampe's Vegetabilia Cellularia by Hampe alone.