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					JPlant Inventory No. 181
U N I T E D STATES D E P A R T M E N T OF AGRICULTURE

Washington, D.C., June 1975




  PLANT MATERIAL INTRODUCHy^JJARY 1 to DECEMBER 31, 1973
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  This inventory, No. 181, lists the plant material (Nos. 377555
to 384427) received by the Germplasm Resources Laboratory,
Plant Genetics and Germplasm Institute, Agricultural Re-
search Service, during the period from January 1 to December
31,1973. The inventory is a historical record of plant material
introduced for Department and other specialists and is not to be
considered as a list of plant material for distribution.
  The species names used are those under which the plant
material was received. These have been corrected only for
spelling, authorities, and obvious synonymy. Questions re-
lated to the names published in the Inventory and obvious
errors should be directed to the author. If misidentification is
apparent, please submit a herbarium specimen with flowers
and fruit for reidentification.
                                                               HOWARD L. HYLAND
                                                               Botanist
Northeastern Region
Agricultural Research Center-West
Beltsville, Maryland 20705
                             INVENTORY

377555. VlCIA FABA L. Leguminosae.                       Broadbean.
From Bolivia. Seed presented by E. E. Smith, United States Agency for
   International Development, La Paz. Received December 18, 1972.

377556. TAMARIX STRICTA Boiss.           Tamaricaceae.
From Iran. Cuttings presented by Dr. Parviz Mehdizadeh, Chief of Research
    Institute of Forest and Rangeland, Ministry of Agriculture and Natural
    Resources, Tehran. Received January 4, 1973.
   Government nursery at Ahwaz. Irrigated. Normal annual precipita-
tion 200 mm.
377557 to 377572.     ORYZA SATIVA L. Gramineae.                  Rice.
From Colombia. Seed presented by P. R. Jennings, Centro Internacional de
    Agricultura Tropical, Cali. Received December 11, 1972.
  377557. 'Cica4\ Palmira.
  377558. IR930-2xIR822^432, P723-6-3-1.
  377559. IR930-2xIR532-l-33, P725-10-2-2.
  377560. IR93082-IR532-E208, P726-239-1-2.
  377561. IR930-2xIR532-E208, P726-287-2-1.
  377562. IR930-36xIR532-E208, P733-88^3-2.
  377563. IR930-53xIR579-160, P738-97-3-1.
  377564. IR930-63xIR579-160, P738-137-3-1.
  377565. IR930-53xIR579-160, P738-137^4-l.
  377566. IR930-80xIR822-432, P753-40-3-1.
  377567. IR579-16-lxIR532-l-33, P757-12-3-3.
  377568. IR579-16-lxIR532-E208, P758-3O-2-1.
  377569. IR577-38-2-2xIR532-E208, P761-86-1-3.
  377570. IR930-2xIR662-l-108-5, P773-44-3-1.
  377571. IR930-80xIR532-E208, P780-55-1-1.
  377572. IR930-2xIR665^31-6-5, P792-47-2-2.
377573. GLYCINE MAX (L.) Merr.           Leguminosae.            Soybean.
From Sierre Leone. Seed presented by Njala University College, Njala to H.C.
    Minor, University of Illinois, Urbana. Received November 17, 1972.
  'Pai-May-Drew'. Chinese origin.
377574.   GLYCINE MAX (L.) Merr.          Leguminosae.           Soybean.
From Japan. Seed presented by N. Iizuka, Tohoku National Agricultural
    Experiment Station, Shimo-Kuriyagawa, Morioka. Received November
    17,1972.
  'Hakuto'.
377575 to 377578.     GLYCINE MAX (L.) Merr.         Leguminosae.
                                                             Soybean.
From Thailand. Seed presented by Khon Kaen University, Khon Kaen to H. C.
   Minor, University of Illinois, Urbana. Received November 17, 1972.
 377575. 'K.S.167'.                    377577. 'SJ.l'.
 377576. 'K.S.252'.                    377578. 'SJ.3'.
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377579.     GLYCINE MAX (L.) Merr. Leguminosae.                   Soybean.
From Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seed presented by B. V. Skvortzov,
    Instituto de Botanica, Sao Paulo, Brazil to T. Hymowitz, Department of
    Agronomy, University of Illinois, Urbana. Received November 17, 1972.
  6113. Amur Province.

377580 and 377581.         PHASEOLUS VULGARIS L.             Leguminosae.
                                                               Common bean.
From Sweden. Seed presented by Weibullsholm Plant Breeding Institute,
    Landskrona. Received September 22, 1972.
  377580. 'Argus'. White-seeded snap bean. Derived from spontaneous
    cross in older variety 'Regent'. Used as green bean.
  377581. 'Bonita'. Hammenhog Plant Breeding Station, southeast Swe-
    den. Light brown, hard shell, cooking bean.

377582.       ELYMUS COREANUS Honda                Gramineae.
From France. Seed presented by National Plant Materials Center, Soil
    Conservation Service, Beltsville, Maryland. Received  December
    7, 1972.
  No. 906 Index Seminum 1970-71, Institut National de la Recherche
Agronomique, Versailles. Wild.
377583 to 377585.
From New Guinea. Seed presented by J. S. Womersley, Department of
   Forests, Division of Botany, Lae. Received December 5, 1972.
    377583.   ERIACHNE PALLESCENSR. Br.        Gramineae.
      NGF 49398.     Morehead, Western District.
    377584.   ERIACHNE TRISETA Nees
      NGF 49397. Morehead, Western District.
    377585. THAUMASTOCHLOA RARIFLORA(F. M. Bailey) C. E. Hubb.        Gramineae.
      NGF 49393. Morehead, Western District.
377586 and 377587.
From France. Seed presented by Vilmorin-Andrieux S.A., Centre de Recher-
   ches et Selection, Angers. Received December 4, 1972.
    377586.   CUCUMIS MELO var.    CANTALUPENSIS Naud.      Cucurbitaceae.
      'Prescott'.   Fruit with white bottom.
    377587.   SIUM SISARIUM L.    Umbelliferae.
      Museum of National History, Paris.
377588 to 377616.
From Yugoslavia. Seed collected in Macedonia 1972 by T. Dimitrovski, Faculty
    of Agriculture and Forestry, University of Skopje, under Public Law 480
    Project E30-CR-93. Received December 7, 1972.
 377588 to 377592. MALUS SYLVESTRIS Mill. Rosaceae.                   Apple.
    377588. No. 1. Birino-Krusevo.     377591. No. 2. Nikiforovo.
    377589. No. 1. Mavrovo.            377592. No. 4. Leunovo.
    377590. No. 2. Mavrovo.
  377593 and 377594. PRUNUS AVIUM L. Rosaceae.                 Sweet cherry.
    377593. No. 2/72. Slegovo.
    377594. No. 3/72. Slegovo.
                 JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                         5

377588 t o 377616—Continued
 377595 and 377596. PRUNUS CERASIFERA Ehrh.              Myrobalan plum.
   377595. No. 4/72. Zilce-Tetovo.
   377596. No. 5/72. Zilce-Tetovo.
 377597. PRUNUS COCOMILIA Ten.                               Italian plum.
   Galicica. Elevation 1,500 m.
 377598 to 377600. PRUNUS MAHALEB L.                      Mahaleb cherry.
   377598. No. 1/72. Grupcin.
   377599. No. 3/72. Dolna Lesnica.
   377600. No. 3/72. Zegljane.
 377601. PRUNUS TENELLA Batsch                            Russian almond.
   Vaksince-Kumanovo.
 377602 to 377605. PRUNUS WEBBII (Spach) Vierhapper
   377602. No. 1. Pletvar.
   377603. No. 3. Titov Veles-Pod grad.
   377604. No. 4. Titov Veles-Venole.
   377605. No. 11. Pestani-Ohrid.
 377606 to 377610. PYRUS AMYGDALIFORMIS Vill. Rosaceae.      Almond pear.
   377606. No. 1. Barovo-Kavadarci. 377609. No. 5. Kavadarci.
   377607. No. 1. Demir Hisar.        377610. No. 6. Pestani-Ohrid.
   377608. No. 2. Merovo-Skopje.
 377611 to 377615. PYRUS PYRASTER Burgsd.
   377611. No. 1. Gorna Bosava-Kavadarci.
   377612. No. 1. Oresani-Skopeje.
   377613. No. 7. Leunovo.
   377614. No. 7. Mavrovo.
   377615. No. 8. Mavrovo.
 377616. RIBES MULTIFLORUM Kit. Saxifragaceae.
   Galicica. Elevation 1, 550 m.
377617 to 377623.    ORYZA SATIVA L. Gramineae.                    Rice.
From India. Seed presented by J. Chandra Mohan, Botany Department, Tamil
    Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore. Received December 12, 1972.
  377617. 'Black Puttu'. Seed medium, tannish brown.
  377618. 'Jeeraga Samba'. Nonscented. Seed very small, light tan.
  377619. 'Jeeraga Samba'. Scented. Seed very small, light t a n .
  377620. 'Purple Puttu'. Seed medium large, brownish.
  377621. 'Rascadam'. Seed medium small, tan.
  377622. 'Sugadass'. Seed medium, tannish brown.
  377623. 'White Puttu'. Seed large, brown.
377624 t o 377677.
From Yugoslavia. Seed presented by Zavod Za Strna, Zita-Kragujevac under
    Public Law 480 Project E-30-ENT-11. Received November 14, 1972.
  377624 to 377648. TRITICUM AESTIVUM L. Gramineae.       Common wheat.
    377624. 35.                        377626. 94.
    377625. 36.                        377627. 177.
                         PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

377624 to 377677—Continued
 377624 to377648—Continued
   377628.   178.                           377634.   186.
   377629.   179.                           377635.   187.
   377630.   180.                           377636.   196.
   377631.   181.                           377637.   207.
   377632.   182.                           377638.   261.
   377633.   184.                           377639.   274.
   377640.   279.
   377641.   326.    'Normandie 13128'.
   377642.   331.    'Ulka'.
   377643.   346.    'Lee' x 'Frontana 2' x'Crr. S t w 577
   377644.   363.    111 1x2 'Chinese 2' x Tr. Timoj)
   'Tenmarg' 2x 'Mediterranean' x 'Hope' 4x 'Sando' 60, 61912.
   377645. 369. 'Frontana' 2x 'Kenya 58' x 'Newthatch' 3x 'STW.597845'.
   377646. 'D-117-5-12'. Bulgaria.
   377647. 938.
   377648. 982.
 377649 to 377663.   TRITICUM DICOCCON Schrank
   377649. 937.                             377657.   973.
   377650. 939.                             377658.   974.
   377651. 940.                             377659.   976.
   377652. 941.                             377660.   981.
   377653. 949.                             377661.   983.
   377654. 950.                             377662.   984.
   377655. 953.                             377663.   986.
   377656. 972.
 377664 and 377665. TRITICUM DURUM Desf.                         Durum wheat.
   377664. 975.
   377665. 979.
 377666 to 377672. TRITICUM MONOCOCCUM L.
   377666. 951.                             377670.   958.
   377667. 954.                             377671.   959.
   377668. 956.                             377672.   985.
   377669. 957.
 377673 to 377677. TRITICUM TURGIDUM
   377673. 95.                              377676.   209.
   377674. 204.                             377677.   227.
   377675. 208.

377678 to 377681. ILEX VERTICILLATA (L.) Gray Aquifoliaceae.
From United States. Plants selected by O. M. Neal, Division of Plant Sciences,
    University of West Virginia, Morgantown, West Virginia. Received De-
    cember 18, 1972.
  377678. 'Cacapon'. Selected from several hundred mixed seedlings at
    Horticulture Farm. Dark green leathery leaves, attractive throughout
                    JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                           7

377678 to 377681—Continued
   growing season. Plant and branching habit more upright than P.I.
   377679. Fruit slightly darker red. Leaves similar to /. decidua.
 377679. 'Fairfax'. Selected 1947 from wild, Preston County, West Virginia.
   Plant reaches 3.3 m., leaves not particularly attractive. Typical
   of species. Heavy crop of bright red fruit, berries reach 0.9 cm. diameter,
   five per node. Branches partly obscured by fruit when nodes are closely
   spaced. Tolerant of very wet soils and low temperatures.
 377680. 'Jackson'. Origin same as P.I. 377678. Male plant, dark green
   foliage, produces abundant pollen.
 377681. 'Shaver*. Origin same as P.I. 377678. Very large, bright red fruit,
   berries to 1.3 cm. diameter. Fruit weight often causes slender branches to
   bend.
377682.    SACCHARUM (hybrid)          Gramineae.                Sugarcane.
From Hawaii. Cuttings presented by Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association,
    Honolulu, Hawaii. Received January 11, 1973.
  'H-109'.
377683 and 377684.      GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM L .           Malvaceae.
                                                            Upland cotton.
From Australia. Seed presented by Genetic Resources Section, Commonwealth
    Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Canberra. Received
    November 16, 1972.
  377683. G 261-7. Russian x African x American.
  377684. Goo 2-7-1-22. Riveriana popular.
377685 to 377687.     TRITICUM AESTIVUM        L.    Gramineae.
                                                        Common wheat.
From Australia. Seed presented by R. A. Mclntosh, Department of Agricul-
    tural Botany, University of Sydney, Sydney. Received December 19,1972.
  377685. AUS 14858. 'Gambee'. Tamworth.
  377686. W1518. 'Gluclub'. 1970 crop.
  377687. AUS 2911. 'Macquarie'. Tamworth.
377688.      CAPSICUM ANNUUM L. Solanaceae.                        Pimento.
From Malaysia. Seed presented by K. M. Graham, Faculty of Agriculture,
     University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. Received January 8, 1973.
   Single plant selection originally from Chiangmai, Thailand. Appears highly
field resistant to local mosaic virus.
377689 to 377692.     SACCHARUM (hybrid)            Gramineae.
                                                                 Sugarcane.
From Mauritius. Cuttings presented by The Director of Mauritius Sugar
   Laboratory Research Institute, Riduit. Received January 24, 1973.
  377689. M-134/32.                     377691. M-99/34.
  377690. M-63/39.                      377692. E-l/37.
377693 to 377695. PlSUM SATIVUM subsp. ARVENSE (L.) Poir.
  Leguminosae.                                                      Pea.
From United States. Seed presented to Regional Plant Introduction Station,
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377693 to 377695—Continued
      Geneva, New York, by Forage Crops Seed Laboratory, Agricultural
      Research Center, Beltsville, Maryland. Received January 4, 1973.
    377693. 'Austrian Winter'. Kaufman Seeds, Ashdown, Arkansas.
    377694. 'Canadian'. Lot K 1092. Northrup-King and Company, Fresno,
      California.
    377695. 'Fenn'. University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho.

377696.         DOMBEYA s p .     Sterculiaceae.
From Tanzania. Cuttings collected by R. E. Perdue, Jr., Medicinal Plant
     Resources Laboratory, Agricultural Research Center, Beltsville, Maryland.
    Received September 28, 1971.
  P-11,471. Mufindi. Small tree to 4.6 m. high and 2.5 cm. to 5.1 cm. diameter
at breast high. Flowers pink, larger than most dombeyas. Seen along road
as shrub where it sprouts from stumps. This selection outstanding for flower
size and color.

377697.         ASPARAGUS ACUTIFOLIUS        L.    Liliaceae.
From Spain. Seed collected by J. H. Ellison, Department of Horticulture and
   Forestry, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. Received
   January 8, 1973.
  Muel village, 27 km. south of Zaragosa. Wild. November 14, 1972.

377698 and 377699.          GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM L.              Malvaceae.
                                                                 Upland cotton.
From India. Seed presented by Division of Plant Introduction, Indian
   Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi. Received December 4, 1972.
 377698. TRS 72'. Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.
 377699. TRS 74'. Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.

377700 to 377702.
From Italy. Seed collected by J. H. Ellison, Department of Horticulture and
   Forestry, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. Received
   January 8, 1973.
    377700 and 377701.   ASPARAGUS APHYLLUS L.    Liliaceae.
      377700.    Seven km. northwest of Senigallia. Wild. October 28, 1972.
      377701.    Five km. southwest of Rimini. Wild. October 28, 1972.
    377702.     ASPARAGUS OFFICINALIS L.                         Garden asparagus.
      Roadside 2 km. from Adriatic Sea and 7 km. south of Rimini.    Wild.    Octo-
    ber 29, 1972.
377703 and 377704.          ASPARAGUS ACUTIFOLIUS L.             Liliaceae.
From Greece. Seed collected by J. H. Ellison, Department of Horticulture and
    Forestry, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. Received
    January 8, 1973.
  377703. From area with 1,000 trees near University of Thessalonika. Local
    name Koutsagrelia. Wild. October 5, 1972.
  377704. Triantafyllia village, near Sere. Local name Koutsagrelia. Wild.
    October 7, 1972.
377705 t o 377707. ASPARAGUS APHYLLUS L . L i l i a c e a e .
From Crete. Seed collected by J. H. Ellison, Department of Horticulture and
                    JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                           9

377705 to 377707—Continued
    Forestry, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. Received
    January 8, 1973.
  377705. Orinon Village. Mountain at 610 m. elevation. Wild. October 19,
    1972.
  377706. Olive orchard in village near Sitia. Elevation 61 m. Wild. Octo-
    ber 19, 1972.
  377707. Village 3 km. south of Gerakari, near Amari, in Central mountains.
    Elevation 1,524 m. Wild. October 22, 1972.
377708 and 377709.
From South Africa. Stolons presented by Plant Materials Officer, Estcourt
    Research Unit, Estcourt, Natal. Received December 20, 1972.
 377708. BECKEROPSIS UNISETA (Nees) Stapf ex Robyns Gramineae.
    N68-35.
  377709. PASPALUM VAGINATUM Swartz Gramineae.
    N71-235.

377710 to 377729.     MEDICAGO FALCATA L.           Leguminosae.
                                                  Yellow-flowered alfalfa.
From Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seed from individual plants selected
    by Siberian Branch of the N.I. Vavilov Institute of Plant Industry,
    Novosibirsk. Received December 14,-1972.
  377710. Plant 1.                       377720. Plant 11.
  377711. Plant 2.                       377721. Plant 12.
  377712. Plant 3.                       377722. Plant 13.
  377713. Plant 4.                       377723. Plant 14.
  377714. Plant 5.                       377724. Plant 15.
  377715. Plant 6.                       377725. Plant 16.
  377716. Plant 7.                       377726. Plant 17.
  377717. Plant 8.                       377727. Plant 18.
  377718. Plant 9.                       377728. Plant 19.
  377719. Plant 10.                      377729. Plant 20.

377730.     AVENA SATIVA L.        Gramineae.                 Common oat.
From Australia. Seed presented by K. J. Symes, Curator, Australian Wheat
    Collection, Tamworth, New South Wales. Received December 21, 1972.
  'Early Wonder*.
377731 to 377733.
From Switzerland. Seed presented by Federal Research Station for Agron-
    omy, Zurich. Received December 7, 1972.
  377731 and 377732. DACTYLIS GLOMERATA L. Gramineae.      Orchardgrass.
    377731. 'Lara'.
    377732. 'Reda\
  377733.   DACTYLIS GLOMERATA subsp. ASCHERSONIANA (Graebn.) Thell.
    Four clone synthetic.
377734 and 377735.
From Portugal. Seed presented by Henning Christiansen, Fabrica de Tintas,
   Sacavem. Received November 27, 1972.
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377734 and 377735—Continued
 377734.   COLCHICUM AUTUMNALE L.     Liliaceae.
 377735.   COLCHICUM sp.
     HC 2050.   Picos de Europa.
377736 and 377737.      PHASEOLUS VULGARIS L.            Leguminosae.
                                                           Common bean.
From Netherlands. Seed presented by N. Hubbeling, Institute for Phytopath-
    ological Investigations, Wageningen. Received January 8, 1973.
  377736. 'Dubbele Witte'. Stringless, dwarf snap. First white-seeded
    snap bean selected about 50 years ago. Productive, good flavor. Some
    resistance to halo blight, good field tolerance to races 1 and 2 of Pseudo-
    monas phaseolicola.
 377737. 'Rona'. Selected 1953 by R. Krijger, Kloetinge and released in 1962.
    Parent was 'Walcherse Witte' grown for years on Walcheren Island, mild
    climate. White-seeded, dry shell bean. Good resistance to halo blight but
    rather susceptible to common bean mosaic. Also susceptible to anthrac-
    nose races alpha and delta.

377738 and 377739.
From Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seed presented by Dendrology
    Department, Main Botanical Garden, Academy of Sciences, Moscow. Re-
    ceived November 27, 1972.
  377738. RHODODENDRON ADAMSII Rehd. Ericaceae.
    Buryat, Mongolia Tunkinskii payan. August 1971. Wild.
 377739.   RHODODENDRON PARVIFOLIUM Adams
     Amur Oblast.   September 1970. Wild.

377740 to 377745.      SOLANUM TUBEROSUM L.             Solanaceae.
                                                                  Potato.
From England. Tubers presented by Plant Breeding Institute, Maris Lane,
    Trumpington, Cambridge. Received January 16, 1973.
  377740. 'E 48/3'.                 377743. 'K 6/34\
  377741. 'F 41/14'.                377744. 'P 55/7'.
  377742. 'K3/5'.                   377745. 'Maris Piper'.
377746 and 377747.      Z E A MAYS L.     Gramineae.                   Corn.
From Thailand. Seed presented by Agricultural Department, Kasetsart
    University, Bangkhen, Bangkok. Received December 15, 1972.
  377746. 'Baby Sugar Sweet'. Small, white seed. Parent line from
    Taiwan. Produced locally for export.
  377747. Small yellow seed. Otherwise similar to P.I. 377746.
377748.    SACCHARUM (hybrid)          Gramineae.                Sugarcane.
From Fiji. Cuttings presented by South Pacific Sugar Mills Ltd., Lautoka.
   Received February 2, 1973.
  LF47-2777.
377749.    DlGlTARIA DECUMBENS Stent               Gramineae.
From Puerto Rico. Stolons presented by A. Sotomayor Rios, University of
    Puerto Rico, Corozal Substation, Corozal. Received December 18, 1972.
  A 23. P.R. 5125. Originally from Taiwan.
                    JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                     11

377750.   ORYZA SATIVA L. Gramineae.                       Rice.
From Peru. Seed presented by N. E. Jodon, Rice Experiment Station,
   Crowley, Louisiana. Received January 18, 1973.
  Nauta, Amazon region. Plant height 2 m.
377751 to 377754.
From Canada. Seed presented by Director of the Arboretum, University of
    Guelph, Guelph, Ontario. Code numbers refer to 1973 Index Seminum.
  377751. AMELANCHIER ALNIFOLIA Nutt. ex Roemer Rosaceae. Serviceberry.
    81. Edmonton, Sundre and Brook, Alberta.
  377752. ARONIA MELANOCARPA (Michx.) Ell. Rosaceae.
    82. Guelph, Ontario.
  377753. MALUS CORONARIA (L.) Mill. Rosaceae.
    91. Guelph, Ontario.
  377754. MALUS FLORIBUNDA Sieb. ex Van Houte
    92. Guelph, Ontario.

377755.    ILEX PARAGUARIENSIS St. Hil. Aquifoliaceae.
From Argentina. Seed presented by Botanic Garden, Santa Catalina,
    National University of La Plata, Llavalloi. Received January 24, 1973.
  1970 Index Seminum No. 112.
377756.    VlGNA RADIATA (L.) Wilczek Leguminosae. Mungbean.
From Ethiopia. Seed presented by D. R. Schmidt, Agronomist, United States
    Agency for International Development, Addis Ababa. Received January
    19, 1973.
  Single plant selection from plot M213, Debra Zeit. Plant taller, more
vigorous and productive than surrounding population. Suspected mutant.
Seed normal size.
377757.    MELILOTUS sp. Leguminosae.
From Japan. Seed presented by Yoshisuke Maki, Hokkaido National
    Agricultural Experiment Station, Hitsujigaoka, Sapporo. Received Janu-
    ary 18, 1973.
  'Duguhestan*. Chinese sweetclover received in Japan from Mainland China
through port of Dairen.

377758.   DIGITARIA VESTITA F i g . & D e N o t .    Gramineae.
From Zaire. Seed presented by B. P. Louant, Institut National de Recherche
   Agronomiques, Kinshasa. Received January 16, 1973. Botany Depart-
   ment, National University of Zaire.
377759 to 377764.
From Ireland. Seed presented by Lord Talbot de Malahide, Malahide Castle,
   Dublin. Received November 24, 1972.
 377759.   ABUTILON X SUNTENSE Malvaceae.
  'Jermyns'. Hybrid of A. ochsenii x A. vitifolium.  Original stock from
 Hillier and Sons, Winchester. Now spontaneous in many British gardens.
 377760.   ABUTILON VIVIFOLIUM Presl
 377761 and 377762. DAHLIA SCAPIGERA Knowles & Westc.    Compositae.
   377761. T.C. 58.
   377762. T.C. 127.
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377759 to 377764—Continued
 377763. IMPATIENS TINCTORIA A. Rich. Balsaminaceae.
 377764. PAPAVER SPICATUM Boiss. & Bal. ex Boiss. Papaveraceae.
   A.C.W. 1918.

377765 to 377866.
From Yugoslavia. Seed presented by Lav Rajevski, Botanist, Biological
    Institute, Yugoslav Academy of Science and Arts, Dubrovnik, under Public
    Law 480 Project E30-CR-146. Received January 12, 1973.
  377765 to 377767. ACER MONSPESSULANUM L. Aceraceae. Montpelier maple.
    377765. Mokrinj village, west Montenegro. Elevation 500 m.
    377766. Vrbanje village, Mt. Orjen, west Montenegro. Elevation 1,010 m.
    377767. Listica village, near Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Eleva-
      tion 250 m.
  377768 to 377770. ACER OBTUSATUM Waldst. & Kit. ex Willd.
    377768. Mt. Kiza near Ostarije, Velebit Mountains, west Croatia. Eleva-
      tion 1,100 m.
    377769. Mt. Bjelasnica, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation 1,100 m.
    377770. Mt. Igman near Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation
      1,200 m.
  377771. ACER PLATANOIDES L.                                  Norway maple.
    Mt. Hranisava near Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation 1,450
      m.
  377772 to 377774. ACER PSEUDOPLATANUS L.                   Sycamore maple.
    377772. Crni Lug near Delnice, Gorski Kotar, northwest Croatia. Eleva-
      tion 760 m.
    377773. Mt. Hranisava near Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Eleva-
      tion 1,450 m.
    377774. Mt. Samoborsko Gorje near Zagreb, Croatia. Elevation 480 m.
 377775.   ACER PSEUDOPLATANUS var. TOMENTOSUM Tausch
   Mt. Risnjak, northwest Croatia. Elevation 1,260 m.
 377776 and 377777. ACER TATARICUM L.                       Tatarian maple.
   377776. Near Fojnica, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation 650 m.
   377777. Near Fojnica, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation 550 m.
 377778. AMELANCHIER CRETICA Willd. DC. Rosaceae.
   Cetinje-Budva, west Montenegro. Elevation 850 m.
 377779. CAMPANULA RAMOSISSIMA Sibth. & Sm. Campanulaceae.
   Krusevica village near Herzegovina, Montenegro. Elevation 600 m.
 377780 to 377790. CARPINUS BETULUS L. Betulaceae.      European hornbeam.
   377780. Medak village, Lika, Croatia. Elevation 620 m.
   377781. Mt. Medvednica near Zagreb, Croatia. Elevation 620 m.
   377782. Mt. Strahinjscica near Krapina, north Croatia. Elevation 620 m.
   377783. Vrhovine-Perusic, Lika, Croatia. Elevation 530 m.
   377784. Mt. Vranica near Fojnica, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation
     650 m.
   377785. Bare-Jabuka village, Mt. Romania, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
     Elevation 990 m.
   377786. Kiseljak-Kresevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation 600 m.
                  JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                          13

377765 to 377866—Continued
 377780 to 377790—Continued
   377787. Jajce-D. Vakuf, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation 410 m.
   377788. Tjentiste, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation 740 m.
   377789. Drvar-Bosansko Grahovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation
     950 m.
   377790. Cetinje-Budva, Montenegro. Elevation 750 m.
 377791 to 377795. CARPINUS ORIENTALIS Mill.             Oriental hornbeam.
   377791. Udbina-Titova Korenica, Lika, Croatia. Elevation 680 m.
   377792. Mokrinj village, west Montenegro. Elevation 500 m.
   377793. Centinje-Budva, west Montenegro. Elevation 750 m.
   377794. Jajce-D. Vakuf, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation 400 m.
   377795. Near Visegrad, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation 270 m.
 377796. CELTIS TOURNEFORTII Lam. Ulmaceae.              Oriental hackberry.
   Mt. Zaba near Metkovic, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation 450 m.
 377797 and 377798. CLEMATIS VITICELLA L. Ranunculaceae. Italian clematis.
   377797. Gruda near Dubrovnik, southwest Croatia. Elevation 60 m.
   377798. Krusevica, southwest Montenegro. Elevation 600 m.
 377799 to 377804. CORNUS MAS L. Cornaceae.                 Cornelian-cherry.
   377799. Ivanica-Trebinje, southwest Bosnia and Herzegovina. Eleva-
     tion 450 m.
   377800. Mokrinj village, west Montenegro. Elevation 490 m.
   377801. Cetinje-Budva, west Montenegro. Elevation 700 m.
   377802. Medak village, Lika, Croatia. Elevation 620 m.
   377803. Mt. Strahinjscica near Krapina, north Croatia. Elevation 540
     m.
   377804. Near Otocac, Svica-Krasno, Lika, Croatia. Elevation 490 m.
 377805. CORYLUS COLURNA L. Betulaceae.                    Turkish hazelnut.
   Rakitnica canyon, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation 650 m.
 377806. DAPHNE LAUREOLA L. Thymelaeaceae.                    Spurge daphne.
   Mt. Strahinjscica near Krapina, north Croatia. Elevation 450 m.
 377807 and 377808. EUONYMUS LATIFOLIUS Mill. Celastraceae.
                                                      Broadleaf burningbush.
   377807. Under Mt. Alan peak, south Velebit, Croatia. Elevation 660 m.
   377808. Mt. Medvednica, near Zagreb, Croatia. Elevation 660 m.
 377809 to 377811. EUONYMUS VERRUCOSUS Scop.
   377809. Under Mt. Alan peak, south Velebit, Croatia. Elevation 1,000 m.
   377810. Mt. Medvednica near Zagreb, Croatia. Elevation 660 m.
   377811. Mt. Vranica near G. Vakuf, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation
     980 m.
 377812 to 377814. EUONYMUS VULGARIS Mill.
   377812. Near Otocac, Svica-Krasno, Lika, Croatia. Elevation 490 m.
   377813. Mt. Strahinjscica near Krapina, north Croatia. Elevation 520
     m.
   377814. Mt. Vranica near G. Vakuf, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation
     940 m.
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377765 to 377866—Continued
 377815 to 377818. FRAXINUS EXCELSIOR L. Oleaceae.          European ash.
   377815. Mrzle Vodice village, Gorski Kotar, northwest Croatia. Eleva-
     tion 810 m.
   377816. Kresevo-Fojnica, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation 800 m.
   377817. Jajce-D. Vakuf, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation 400 m.
   377818. Mt. Meduvrsje near Kresevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Eleva-
     tion 1,100 m.
 377819.   FRAXINUS OXYCARPA Willd.                                   Ash.
   Kravica village near Capljina, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation 280 m.
 377820. ILEX AQUIFOLIUM L. Aquifoliaceae.                   English holly.
   Mt. Meduvrsje near Kresevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation 700 m.
 377821 to 377824. JUNIPERUS COMMUNIS L. Pinaceae.        Common juniper.
   377821. Under Mt. Alan peak, south Velebit, Croatia. Elevation 950 m.
   377822. Tjentiste, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation 980 m.
   377823. Mt. Medvednica near Zagreb, Croatia. Elevation 750 m.
   377824. Near Vratnik passage, north Velebit, Croatia. Columnar habit
     with erect branches. Elevation 650 m.
 377825.   JUNIPERUS COMMUNIS subsp. NANA Syme
   Mt. Alan peak, south Velebit, Croatia. Elevation 950 m.
 377826 and 377827. JUNIPERUS OXYCEDRUS L.                 Prickly juniper.
   377826. Mt. Lovcen, near Kotor, west Montenegro. Elevation 860 m.
   377827. Near Vratnik passage, north Velebit, Croatia. Elevation 610 m.
 377828.   JUNIPERUS SABINA L.
   Mt. Alan peak, south Velebit, Croatia. Elevation 950 m.
 377829 and 377830. LABURNUM ALPINUM (Mill.) Berchtold & Presl. Legu-
   minosae.
   377829. Under Mt. Alan peak, south Velebit, Croatia. Elevation 950 m.
   377830. Mt. Jelica, Bosansko-Grahovo-Strmica, Bosnia, and Herzegovina.
     Elevation 850 m.
 377831 to 377837. LIGUSTRUM VULGARE L. Oleaceae.          European privet.
   377831. Lovinac-Medak, Lika, Croatia. Elevation 620 m.
   377832. Mt. Strahinjscica near Krapina, north Croatia. Elevation 420 m.
   377833. Mt. Hranisava near Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Ele-
     vation 1,000 m.
   377834. Near Otocac, Svica-Krasno, Lika, Croatia. Elevation 490 m.
   377835. Near Gospic, Lika, Croatia. Elevation 600 m.
   377836. Mt. Strahinjscica near Krapina, north Croatia. Elevation 520 m.
   377837. Kiseljak-Kresevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation 600 m.
 377838. LILIUM BULBIFERUM L. Liliaceae.                             Lily.
   Mt. Risnjak, Gorski Kotar, northwest Croatia. Elevation 1,200 m.
 377839. LONICERA XYLOSTEUM L. Caprifoliaceae. European fly honeysuckle.
   Under Mt. Alan peak, south Velebit, Croatia. Elevation 950 m.
 377840 to 377845. OSTRYA CARPINIFOLIA Scop. Betulaceae.    Hop hornbeam.
   377840. Cetonje-Budva, west Montenegro. Elevation 700 m.
   377841. Mt. Prenj, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation 620 m.
   377842. Under Mt. Alan peak, south Velebit, Croatia. Elevation 950 m.
                   JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                        15

377765 to 377866—Continued
 377840 to 377845—Continued
   377843. Mt. Kiza near Ostarije, Velebit Mountain, Croatia. Elevation
     1,120 m.
   377844. Mt. Strahinjscica near Krapina, north Croatia. Elevation 570 m.
   377845. Near Vratnik passage, North Velebit, Croatia. Elevation 610 m.
 377846. PETTERIA RAMENTACEA (Sieber) Presl. Leguminosae.
   Mt. Lovcen near Kotor, west Montenegro. Elevation 860 m.
 377847. PINUS MUGO Turra Pinaceae.                     Swiss mountain pine.
   Mt. Maglic, Bosnia, and Herzegovina. Elevation 1,240 m.
 377848. QUERCUS TROJANA Webb Fagaceae.
   Trebinje-Ivanica, Bosnia, and Herzegovina. Elevation 450 m.
 377849 and 377850. RHAMNUS FALLAX Boiss. Rhamnaceae. Veiny buckthorn.
   377849. Under Mt. Alan peak, south Velebit, Croatia. Elevation 980 m.
   377850. Bosanki Petrovac-Ostrelj, Bosnia, and Herzegovina. Elevation
     1,000 m.
 377851 to 377853. SORBUS ARIA (L.) Crantz Rosaceae.
                                                   White bean mountain ash.
   377851. Vrhovine-Perusic, Lika, Croatia. Elevation 530 m.
   377852. Mt. Strahinjascica near Krapina, north Croatia. Elevation 685
     m.
   377853. Mt. Strahinjscica near Krapina, north Croatia. Elevation 330 m.
 377854.   SORBUS ARIA SALICIFOLIA Myrin                      Mountain-ash.
   Mt. Kiza near Ostarije, Velebit Mountains, Croatia. Elevation 1,120 m.
 377855. SORBUS AUCUPARIA L.                          European mountain-ash.
   Mt. Kiza, near Ostarije, Velebit Mountains, Croatia. Elevation 1,020 m.
 377856 and 377857. SORBUS AUSTRIACA Hedl.
   377856. Mt. Boksevica, Ostrozac near Jablanica, Bosnia, and Herzegovina.
     Elevation 1,300 m.
   377857. Mt. Kiza near Ostarije, Velebit, Croatia. Elevation 1,120 m.
 377858 to 377861. SORBUS TORMINALIS (L.) Crantz               Mountain-ash.
   377858. Gospic-Ostarije, Lika, Croatia. Elevation 720 m.
   377859. Mt. Strahinjscica near Krapina, north Croatia. Elevation 600
     m.
   377860. Mt. Strahinjscica near Krapina, north Croatia. Elevation 600
     m.
   377861. Seonica village near Jablanica, Bosnia, and Herzegovina. Ele-
     vation 280 m.
 377862 and 377863. TAXUS BACCATA L. Taxaceae.                  English yew.
   377862. Mt. Medvednica near Zagreb, Croatia. Elevation 650 m.
   377863. Mt. Plasa near Jablanica, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation
     1,500 m.
 377864 to 377866. VIBIRNUM OPULUS L. Caprifoliaceae.
                                                     European cranberrybush.
   377864. Near Gospic, Lika, Croatia. Elevation 600 m.
   377865. Near Fojnica, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Elevation 550 m.
   377866. Mt. Strahinjscica near Krapina, north Croatia. Elevation 420
     m.
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377867 and 377868.
From United States. Selections made at United States Plant Introduction
    Station, Miami, Florida. Received January 31, 1973.
  377867. DOMBEYA (hybrid) Sterculiaceae.
    'Seminole'. Miami No. 21597. Selected in 1965 from F t seedlings of
  the cross D. burgessiae E-29 x D. sp. aff. D. burgessiae 'Rosemound', P.I.
  205654. Medium-size dense shrub with dark green foliage. Flowers
  strong, purplish red 7.5RP 5/12 (Munsell Hue) in many flowered corymbs.
 377868.   DOMBEYA sp.
   'Pinwheel'. Miami No. 20667. Selected from seedlings of Dombeya sp.
 S-12. Small tree with semidense rounded crown. Leaves medium green.
 Flower deep purplish pink 7.5 RP 6/12 (Munsell Hue) in few flowered
 corymbs.
377869.    SACCHARUM (hybrid)            Gramineae.                 Sugarcane.
From South Africa. Cuttings presented by Sugar Experiment Station, Mount
   Edgecombe, Natal. Received February 6, 1973.
  NCo 293.
377870 to 377874.      SACCHARUM (hybrid)             Gramineae.
                                                                     Sugarcane.
From Barbados. Cuttings presented by W. I. Central Sugar Cane Breeding
   Station, Groves, St. George, Barbados. Received February 7, 1973.
 377870. 'B-5210'                           377873. 'B-51129'.
 377871. 'B-63349'.                         377874. 'B-4744'.
 377872. 'Diamond-10'
377875 to 377879. PENNISETUM TYPHOIDES (Burm. f.) Stapf &
  C. E. Hubb. Gramineae.                     Pearl millet.
From South Africa. Seed presented by Plant Introduction Officer, Division of
   Seed Control, Department of Agricultural Technical Services, Pretoria.
   Received January 30, 1973.
  377875. B/62/104.                         377878. B/62/107.
  377876. B/62/105.                         377879. B/62/108.
  377877. B/62/106.
377880 and 377881.       LONICERA CAERULEA L. Caprifoliaceae.
                                         Sweetberry honeysuckle.
From United States. Plants selected at North Central Regional Plant
    Introduction Station, Agricultural Research Service, Ames, Iowa. Re-
    ceived January 22, 1973.
  377880. 29. From seedling of P.I. 276114 received 1963 from Glenn Dale,
    Maryland. A low, mound shaped deciduous dwarf shrub 0.7 x 1.7-2.0m.
    Branches fine textured with solid pith. Leaves entire, ciliate, ovate, elliptic
    or obovate, acute, obtuse, 2.5-4.0 x 1.5-2.0 cm. Leaves prone to develop
    unsightly necrotic areas after midseason. Cream colored flowers and dark
    blue fruit. Drought and cold hardly in central Iowa.
 377881. 30. From seedling of P.I. 276114 received 1963 from Glenn Dale,
    Maryland. Somewhat irregularly mound shaped, dwarf shrub 0.6 x 1.2-
    1.4 m. Branches less numerous than P.I. 377880. Leaves deciduous,
                    JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                               17

377880 and 377881—Continued
   entire, ciliate, re volute margin, elliptic-oblong, acute, 2.5-3.0 x 0.7-1.2 cm.,
   veins conspicuously netted beneath. Foliage relatively free of necrotic
   areas. Cream colored flowers and dark blue fruit. Drought and cold hardy
   in central Iowa.

377882 to 377892.      TRITICUM AESTIVUM            L.     Gramineae.
                                                             Common wheat.
From Australia. Seed presented by R. A. Mclntosh, University of Sydney, New
    South Wales. Received February 15, 1973.
  377882. W3532. 'Duramba'. Mexican Dwarf Durum/3 Dural.
  377883. W3326. 'Gamset'. Sunset/2/Gamenya/ISWRN 57.336.
    Breeding line only.
 377884. W3207. 'Gatcher'. Thatcher-Santa Catalina/Mayo/2/Gabo 3/Char-
    ter.
 377885. W3200. 'Halberd'. Scimitar/Kenya C6042/Bobin/Insignia 49. Cor-
    rect order of pedigree not known.
  377886. W516. 'Iumillo'. C.I. 1736. Received from E. C. Stakman 1926.
  377887. W2048. 'Lawrence'. Florence/College. Pedigree as given by the
    breeder. Subsequent work has shown that College is almost certainly the
    variety Hope.
  377888. W2948. 'Mendos'. Spica/Koda/2/Gabo/3/Mengavi Sib.
 377889. W3335. 'Mersey'. Pindar/Thatcher/w/2 Insignia/3/Pinnacle.
  377890. W1103. 'Morocco'. J. F. Pridham, Cowra Research Station, New
    South Wales.
 377891. W3601. 'Warimek'. Mexico-120/Koda-106-54. Breeding             line
     only.
 377892. W3602. 'Wariquam'. Mexico-120/Quadrat-14-46. Breeding line
    only.

377893 to 377900.      NlCOTlANA TABACUM L.               Solanaceae.
                                                                    Tobacco.
From Dominican Republic. Seed presented to J. R. Stavely, Plant Genetics and
    Germplasm Institute, Agricultural Research Center, Beltsville, by Institute
    del Tobacco, Estacion Experimental de Quinigua, Santiago. Received
    February 6, 1973.
  377893. T.I. 1578. 'Higuerta'.
  377891. T.I. 1579. 'Amarillo Planchado'.
  377895. T.I. 1580. 'Negrito'.
  377896. T.I. 1581. 'Chago Diaz'.
  377897. T.I. 1582. 'Rubio Canca'.
 377898. T.I. 1583. 'Amarillo Parado'. Highly resistant to black shank and
    leaf diseases. Good cigar filler quality.
  377899. T.I. 1584. 'Bufalo'. Leaf spot resistant.
  377900. T.I. 1585. 'Quin Diaz'. Leaf spot resistant.

377901.    ALLIUM CEPA L.           Liliaceae.                             Onion.
From South Africa.     Seed presented by Plant Introduction Officer, Division
18                     PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

377901—Continued
   of Seed Control, Department of Agricultural Technical Services, Pretoria.
   Received February 7, 1973.
 'Atjar'. M/72/57.

377902 to 377912.     VlGNA RADIATA (L.) Wilczek          Leguminosae.
                                                             Mungbean.
From India. Seed presented by K. B. Singh, Punjab Agricultural University,
    Ludhiana, Punjab State. Received January 16, 1973.
 377902. 'ML-1'.                      377908. <ML-24\
  377903. 'ML-3\                      377909. 'ML-25'.
  377904. «ML-4\                      377910. 'ML-29'.
  377905. 'ML-8\                      377911. 'ML-37'.
  377906. 'ML-9\                      377912. 'ML^38\
  377907. 'ML-18'.
377913 to 377915.
From Rhodesia. Seed presented by The Curator, Botanic Garden, Causeway,
    Salisbury. Received January 1973.
  377913. ALBIZIA ANTUNESIANA Harms Leguminosae.
  377914.   ALBIZIA BREVIFOLIA Schinz
  377915.   RHUSTENUINERVIS Engl.       Anacardiaceae.
377916.     VlGNA RADIATA (L.) Wilczek            Leguminosae.
                                                             Mungbean.
From Vietnam. Seed presented by A. Hartman, Research Advisor, United
    States Agency for International Development, American Embassy, Saigon.
   Received January 29, 1973.
  Market in Long Suyen. Grown on Ong Chuong Island in Bassac
River. Local name "Dau xanh cui" (dull colored) or "Dau nam vang" (Cambodian
bean).
377917 and 377918.      BRACHYPODIUM SYLVATICUM (Huds.)           Beauv.
  Gramineae.                                             False bromegrass.
From Italy. Seed and stolons presented by Istituto ed Orto Botanico,
    Universita di Bologna, Bologna. Received February 12, 1973.
  377917. Seed.
  377918. Stolons.

377919 to 377940.    CANNABIS SATIVA L. Moraceae.              Hemp.
From Turkey. Seed presented by Agricultural Attache, American Embassy,
    Ankara. Received February 6, 1973.
  377919. Amasya.
  377920. Zonguldak.
  377921. Unya.
  377922. Urfa.
  377923. Malatya and Alman Fibrimon 21 mixture.
  377924. Gumushacikoy.
  377925. Vezir kopru.
                    JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                         19
377919 to 377940—Continued
  377926.   Odemis.
  377927.   Mersifon.
  377928.   Urfa.
  377929.   Erbaa.
  377930.   Nizip.
 377931.    Un-S-4. Isvec.
 377932.    Un-S-7. Lubnan.
  377933.   Simav.
  377934.   Tokat.
  377935.   Isparta.
  377936.   Corum.
 377937.    Corum.
 377938.    Corum.
 377939.    Gumus-hacikoy.
 377940.    Izmir Tire.

377941 to 377952.     PAPAVER SOMNIFERUM L.             Papaveraceae.
                                                            Opium poppy.
From Iran. Seed presented by B.B.Morton, American Embassy, Tehran. Re-
    ceived December 18, 1972.
  377941. Jalalabad, Marbin District, Isfahan Province.
  377942. Vanhor Farm, Lenjan District, Isfahan Province.
  377943. Valiabad Village, Mashad, Khorasan Province.
  377944. Yengi-Ghaleh, Bojnourd, Khorasan Province.
  377945. Chehkandboud (Chehkatghamor) Village, Birjand, Khorasan
    Province.
  377946. Dehnov-Aliabad Village, Malayer.
  377947. Gian (Kian)Village, Nahamand, Hamadan.
  377948. Darcheh-Kalmaran, Oshian District, Isfahan Province.
  377949. Ghaleh Aijan (Aschian), Touiserkan.
  377950. Harivand, Birjand, Khorasan Province.
  377951. Hosseinabad, Bara'am District, Isfahan Province.
  377952. Either Birk Village, Ghouchan, Khorasan Province, or Soulan Village,
    Hamadan.
377953.     PAPAVER BRACTEATUM Lindl.             Papaveraceae.
                                                    Great scarlet poppy.
From Iran. Seed collected by I. Lalezari, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of
   Pharmacy, University of Tehran, Tehran and presented to United
   Nations, Geneva, Switzerland. Received February 26, 1973.
377954.     PAPAVER SOMNIFERUM L.            Papaveraceae.
                                                        Opium poppy.
From Argentina. Seed presented by Marta and Federico Vervoorst, Miquel
   Lillo Institute, Tucuman. Received February 27, 1973.
Catamarca Province. Elevation 1,750 m.
20                           PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

377955 to 377963.
From Switzerland. Seed presented by Botanical Garden, University of
   Switzerland, Basel. Received January 24, 1973.
 377955. ESCHSCHOLTZIA CALIFORNICA Cham. Papaveraceae.
                                                  Common California poppy.
 377956.       HYPECOUM PENDULUM L.      Papaveraceae.
 377957.       MACLEAYA CORDATA (Willd.) R. Br. Papaveraceae.
 377958.       MECONOPISCAMBRICA(L.) Vig. Papaveraceae.            Welsh poppy.
 377959.       PAPAVER ALPINUM L.     Papaveraceae.
 377960.       PAPAVER ATLANTICUM Ball, ex Cosson                         Poppy.
 377961.       PAPAVER NUDICAULE L.                               Iceland poppy.
 377962.       PAPAVER RHOEAS L.                                     Corn poppy.
 377963.       PAPAVER SOMNIFERUM L.                               Opium poppy.

377964.        PAPAVER SOMNIFERUM           L.    Papaveraceae.
                                                                Opium poppy.
From Yugoslavia. Seed collected by D. W. Fishier, International Programs
   Division, Agricultural Research Service, Federal Center Building, Hyatts-
   ville, Maryland. Received February 28, 1973.
  Near Skopje.

377965.   PERNETTYA sp. Ericaceae.
From United States. Seed presented by J. J. Wurdack, Smithsonian Institution,
   Washington, D. C. Received March 1, 1973.

377966 to 377969.
From Iran. Seed presented by I. Lalezari, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of
    Pharmacy, University of Tehran, Tehran. Received March 1, 1973.
  377966. PAPAVER BRACTEATUM Lindl. Papaveraceae.         Great scarlet poppy.
    Siah Bisheh.
  377967 to 377969. PAPAVER ORIENTALE L.                      Oriental poppy.
    377967. Miab, 30 km. north of Marand.
    377968. Tekab.
    377969. Khalkhal on Asalem road.
377970 to 377976.
From Bolivia. Seed collected by J. A. Duke, Plant Taxonomy Laboratory, Plant
    Genetics and Germ plasm Institute, Agricultural Research Center, Beltsville,
    Maryland. Received March 1, 1973.
 377970 to 377973. ERYTHROXYLUM COCA Lam. Erythroxylaceae.               Coca.
    377970. 17013.                       377972. 17021.
    377971. 17016.                       377973. 17023.
  377974 and 377975. PAPAVER SOMNIFERUM L. Papaveraceae.         Opium poppy.
    377974. 17024. Behind AID office, La Paz.
    377975. 17025. Behind AID office, La Paz.
     377976.   PAPAVER sp.
       Main Street, La Paz.     Mixed with P. orientale.
                    JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                        21

377977 to 377986.
From Argentina. Seed collected by J. A. Duke, Plant Taxonomy Laboratory,
    Plant Genetics and Germplasm Institute, Agricultural Research Center,
    Beltsville, Maryland. Received March 1, 1973.
  377977. ARGEMONE sp. Papaveraceae.
    Tucuman.
  377978. CORIARIA JAPONICA A. Gray Coriariaceae.          Japanese coriaria.
    Buenos Aires. December 10, 1972.
  377979. ERYTHROXYLUM ARGENTINUMO. E. Schulz Erythroxylaceae.
    Tucuman. December 12, 1972.
  377980. HEIMIA SALICIFOLIA Link & Otto. Lythraceae.
    Tucuman. December 12, 1972.
  377981. IOCHROMA sp. Solanaceae.
    Buenos Aires. December 10, 1972.
  377982. NICOTIANAGLAUCAR. Grah. Solanaceae.                   Tree tobacco.
    Tucuman. December 12, 1972.
  377983 and 377984. PAPAVER SOMNIFERUM L. Papaveraceae. Opium poppy.
    377983. Tucuman. Unicolor pink, flowers end of October. Pod from dry
      arrangement. Fruit collected 1971. December 12, 1972.
    377984. 17028. Botanical Garden, Plaza Italia, Buenos Aires. December
      10, 1972.
  377985. PAPAVER sp. Papaveraceae.
    Botanical Garden, Plaza Italia, Buenos Aires. December 10, 1972.
 377986.   PAPAVER sp.
   Willingham, Buenos Aires.    December 14, 1972.

377987 to 377996.
From Peru. Plant material collected by J. A. Duke, Plant Taxonomy Labora-
    tory, Plant Genetics and Germplasm Institute, Agricultural Research
    Center, Beltsville, Maryland. Received March 1, 1973.
  377987. BANISTERIOPSIS sp. Malpighiaceae.
    Botanical Garden, Tingo Maria. December 2, 1972. Cuttings.
 377988.   BANISTERIOPSIS sp.
   Molina Botanical Garden, Lima. December 4, 1972. Cuttings.
 377989. DATURA ARBOREA L. Solanaceae.                           Floripondio.
   Botanical Garden, Tingo Maria. December 2, 1972. Cuttings.
 377990 to 377994. ERYTHROXYLUM COCA Lam. Erythroxylaceae.              Coca.
   377990. 17001. Five km. north of Tingo Maria on unfertilized north
     slope. One km. east of plywood factory. Shrub less than 1 m. Decem-
     ber 1, 1972. Seed.
   377991. 17002. Five km. north of Tingo Maria on unfertilized north
     slope. One km. east of plywood factory. Shrub more than 1 m. tall.
     Fruits greenish-yellow, few turning red. December 1, 1972. Seed.
   377992. 17003. Five km. north of Tingo Maria on north slope. One km.
     east of plywood factory. Mildew on soil. Seedlings.
   377993. 17009. West side of highway on slight slope to northwest, 16 km.
     north of Tingo Maria. Recently alluviated old field. Seed.
   377994. 17010. Flat field in Pumahuasi, west side of highway, 18 km. north
     of Tingo Maria. Seed.
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377987 to 37799ft—Continued
     377995. SOLANUM sp. Solanaceae.
       17004. 'Cocona'. Small shrub mostly to 1 m. tall. Fruit green turning
     orange. Edible. Used as beverage sold fresh or canned.
 377996.     SOLANUM sp.
   17005. 'Cocona de Monte'. Three km. south of Tingo Maria.       Tree to 5 m.
 tall. Flowers brilliant blue violet. Fruit green.

377997 to 377999.
From India. Seed collected by J. A. Duke, Plant Taxonomy Laboratory, Plant
    Genetics and Germplasm Institute, Agricultural Research Center, Beltsville,
    Maryland. Received March 1, 1973.
  377997. ARGEMONE MEXICANA L. Papaveraceae.                  Mexican poppy.
    Near AID guest house, New Delhi. Common weed.
  377998. IPOMOEA sp. Convolvulaceae.
    Near AID guest house, New Delhi. Common shrub avoided by cattle.
  377999. WITHANIA SOMNIFERA (L.) Dunal Solanaceae.
    Weed at entrance of AID guest house, New Delhi.

378000. DATURA METEL L.             Solanaceae.               Hindu datura.
From Pakistan. Seed collected by J. A. Duke, Plant Taxonomy Laboratory,
    Plant Genetics and Germplasm Laboratory, Agricultural Research Center,
    Beltsville, Maryland. Received March 1, 1973.
  Shrub cultivated at Medicinal Plant Garden, Pakistan Forestry Institute,
Peshawar.

378001 to 378005.
From Ecuador. Seed collected by J. A. Duke, Plant Taxonomy Laboratory,
    Plant Genetics and Germplasm Institute, Agricultural Research Center,
    Beltsville, Maryland. Received March 5, 1973.
  378001. DATURA sp. Solanaceae.
    'Guandug'. Red variety.
  378002 to 378004. PAPAVER SOMNIFERUM L. Papaveraceae.      Opium poppy.
    378002. 'Adormidera'. Large variety, dark seed.
    378003. Light seed.
    378004. 'Adormidera'. Small variety, dark seed.
  378005. SOLANUM NIGRUM L. Solanaceae.                  Black nightshade.
    'Mortino'. San Juan. January 10, 1973.

378006 to 378010.       SACCHARUM (hybrid)         Gramineae.
                                                                  Sugarcane.
From India. Seed presented by Director, Sugarcane Breeding Institute,
    Coimbatore. Received January 24, 1973.
  378006. H.32-8560 x SES.14.
  378007. H.44-2772 x SES.125B.
  378008. H.44-2972 x SES.13.
  378009. H.44-2972 x SES.14.
  378010. H.53-4563 x SES.96B.
                  JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                       23
378011.   GOSSYPIUM     BARBADENSE L.        Malvaceae.
                                                   Sea-island cotton.
From Venezuela. Seed presented by Director, Algodonera Guarico, S.A.,
    Caracas. Received February 6, 1973.
  'Tanguis Orinoco'. Long staple type from day neutral variety.

378012 to 378019.     ARACHIS    HYPOGAEA L.        Leguminosae.
                                                             Peanut.
From Israel. Seed presented by E. Goldin, Volcani Center of Agricultural
    Research, Bet Dagan. Received February 26, 1973.
  378012. 'Shulamith'. Soil disease resistance line VI.
  378013. 'Shulamith'. Soil disease resistance line XXXIX.
  378014. 'Shulamith'. Selection line-1.
  378015. 'Shulamith'. Selection line-2.
  378016. 'Shulamith'. Selection line-3.
  378017. 'Shulamith'. Selection line-4.
  378018. 'Shulamith'. Selection line-6.
  378019. 'Shulamith'. Selection line-6.
378020 to 378025.    VlGNA RADIATA (L.) Wilczek          Leguminosae.
                                                            Mungbean.
From United States. Seed presented by J. M. Poehlman, Department of
    Agronomy, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri. Received January
    26, 1973.
  378020. M109. 'Peru'. (Okla. No. 767).
  378021. M113. 'Lincoln' (Okla. No. 882).
  378022. M408. 'Morden 39\ Chinese restaurant, Lethbridge, Manitoba,
    Canada.
  378023. M409. Store in New York City. Peruvian origin.
  378024. M410. Store in New York City. Peruvian origin.
  378025. M424. Store in St. Louis, Missouri. Indian origin.

378026 to 378031.    VlGNA RADIATA (L.) Wilczek          Leguminosae.
                                                            Mungbean.
From India. Seed presented by Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New
    Delhi through J. M. Poehlman, Department of Agronomy, University of
    Missouri, Columbia, Missouri. Received January 26, 1973.
  378026. M417. 'S-^8'.       •        378029. M421. 'PS-16'.
  378027. M418. 'S-9'.                 378030. M422. 'PS-7'.
 378028. M420. 'S-12'.                 378031. M423. 'PS-10'.
378032 to 378041.    VlGNA RADIATA (L.) Wilczek Leguminosae.
                                                     Mungbean.
From India. Seed presented by D. Satpathy, Bhubaneswar through J. M.
    Poehlman, Department of Agronomy, University of Missouri, Columbia,
    Missouri. Received January 26, 1973.
  378032. M460. 'Gui-1'. Gujarat State.
  378033. M461. 'G 65'. Punjab State.
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378032 to 378041—Continued
 378034.    M462.    'Madhira'.
 378035.    M463.   '305'.
 378036.    M464.   'Kheda 10'. Maharastra State.
 378037.    M465.   'ML 2'. Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana.
 378038.    M466.   'ML 5'. Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana.
 378039.    M467.   'ML 6'. Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana.
 378040.    M468.   'ML 8\ Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana.
 378041.    M469.   'ML 10'. Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana.
378042 to 378044.
From Kenya. Seed presented by Kenya Seed Company, Kitale, through S. W.
    Braverman, East African Community Quarantine Station, Nairobi. Re-
    ceived February 15, 1973.
  378042 and 378043. CHLORIS GAYANA Kunth Gramineae. Rhodegrass.
    378042. 'Mbarara'. Introduced in 1953 from Southwest Uganda. High
      germination, strong seedling vigor. Plants relatively short maturing,
      quick recovery growth, herbage quality good. Tends to become stemmy
      and leaf growth not impressive. Best in rainfall areas above 850 mm.
    378043. 'Pokot'. Introduced in 1963 from West Pokot District near Kerio
      Valley. Very stoloniferous, rapid spreader, growth to 100 cm. tall under
      fertile conditions. Stems coarse but heavy leaf growth. Impressive
      herbage production and good drought resistance. Late maturity, growth
      range up to 2,280 m.
  378044. SETARIA SPHACELATA (Schum.) Stapf & Hubb. ex Moss Gramineae.
    'Nandi'. Short tufted perennial, nonspreading, but many plants provide
  thick sward. Leaves grow to 50 cm. before coarse stems appear. Seed heads
  long and cylindrical. Resistance to frost and water logging makes good substi-
  tute for rhodesgrass. Herbage quality good under fertile conditions. Toler-
  ates wide range of environment. Can be grown from 1,500 to 2,900 m. with 850
  mm. rainfall.

378045 to 378056.
From France. Seed presented July 1971 to National Plant Materials Center,
    Beltsville, Maryland by Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique,
    Versailles. Received March 5, 1973.
  378045. BRIZA MINOR L. Gramineae.                      Little quaking grass.
    BN-20532. Collected on sandy land in the wild. Annual bunchgrass.
  378046. BROMUS sp. Gramineae.
    BN-20553. Annual bunchgrass. Originally from Southern Argentina.
  378047. CATAPODIUM PATENS (Brot.) Rothmaler & P. Silva Gramineae.
    BN-20580. Annual bunchgrass. Originally from Portugal.
  378048.   CATPODIUM RIGIDUM (L.) C. E. Hubbard
    BN-20581. Collected on limestone soil in the wild. Annual bunchgrass.
  378049. DEYEUXIA AVENOIDES (Hook, f.) J. Buch. Gramineae.
    BN-20604. Collected in the wild. Annual bunchgrass. Originally from
  New Zealand.
  378050. ELYMUS AGROPYROIDES Presl Gramineae.
    BN-20608. Bunchgrass. Originally from Chile.
                    JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                      25

378045 to 378056—Continued
 378051.   ELYMUS ANTARCTICUS Hook f.
   BN-20610.    Bunchgrass.    Originally from Chile.
 378052.   ELYMUS PATAGONICUS Speg.
   BN-20619.    Bunchgrass.    Originally from Chile.
 378053.   ELYMUS sp.
   BN-20625.    Rhizomatous grass.    Originally from Argentina.
 378054.   PHALARIS CANARIENSIS L.    Gramineae.
   BN-20739. Collected in the wild. Annual bunchgrass.
 378055. STIPA CERNUA Stebbins & Love Gramineae.
   BN-20797. Annual bunchgrass.
 378056.   STIPA TENUISSIMA Trin.
   BN-20811.    Bunchgrass.
378057 to 378062.       CUCUMIS MELO L.       Cucurbitaceae.
                                                          Muskmelon.
From United States. Seed presented by G. W. Bohn, Horticultural Field
    Station, La Jolla, California. Parental stock from Japan 1955. Received
    January 12, 1973.
  378057. La Jolla No. 91270. 'Gin Makuwa' (Silver). Small winter. Flesh
    green.
  378058. La Jolla No. 91272. 'Gin Makuwa' (Silver). Small winter. Flesh
    green. Soluble solids 9.0 percent.
  378059. La Jolla No. 91275. 'Ginsen Makuwa' (Silver Spring). Small
    winter. Flesh white. Soluble solids 12.6 percent.
  378060. La Jolla No. 91279. 'Nanbu-kin Makuwa' (Gold). Small winter.
    Flesh green. Soluble solids 10.4 percent.
  378061. La Jolla No. 91281. 'Nagagata kin Makuwa' (Long Gold). Large
    winter. Flesh green. Soluble solids 10.0 percent.
  378062. La Jolla No. 91285. 'Shirokawa nashi Makuwa'. White pear.
    Flesh white.
378063 to 378067.
From United States. Seed presented by G. W. Bohn, Horticultural Field
    Station, La Jolla, California. Parental stock from Japan 1969. Received
    January 12, 1973.
  378063 to 378065. CUCUMIS MELO L. Cucurbitaceae.               Muskmelon.
    378063. La Jolla No. 91277. 'Kindawara Makuwauri'. Peach. Flesh
      white. Soluble solids 14.0 percent.
    378064. La Jolla No. 91278. 'Kindawara Makuwauri'. Lemon. Flesh
      white.
    378065. La Jolla No. 91283. 'Sanuki-shirouri'. Casaba. Flesh white.
      Soluble solids 4.5 percent.
  378066 and 378067. CUCUMIS SATIVUS L.                           Cucumber.
    378066. La Jolla No. 2348. 'Yomaki'. Long Ivory.
    378067. La Jolla No. 2349. 'Yomato-sonjaku'. Long Yellow.
378068. MlCHELlA CHAMPACA L . M a g n o l i a c e a e .   Champac.
From India. Seed presented by Division of Plant Introduction, Indian
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378068—Continued
  Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi.    Received January 24, 1973.
 Dehra Dun, Uttar Pradesh.
378069 to 378071.
From Rhodesia. Seed presented by Matopos Research Station, Ministry of
    Agriculture, Bulawayo. Received February 15, 1973.
  378069. HYPARRHENIA FILIPENDULA (Hochst.) Stapf Gramineae.
    Tufted perennial to 1 m. Vegetative material originally taken from
  sandveld at Matopos Station and transplanted into Redsoil Nursery December
  1971. Seed collected January 1973.
  378070. STYLOSANTHES MUCRONATA Willd. Leguminosae.
    Perennial herb to 30 cm. Original seed collected from sandveld at Matopos
  Station in 1966, bulked in Redsoil Nursery. Harvested March 1970.
  378071. UROCHLOA BOLBODES (Steud.) Stapf Gramineae.
    Tufted perennial to 70 cm. Vegetative material originally taken from
  sandveld at Matopos Station and transplanted into Redsoil Nursery December
  1971. Seed collected March/April 1972.
378072 and 378073.      NlCOTlANA TABACUM L.           Solanaceae.
                                                                  Tobacco.
From Iran. Seed presented by A. Zaphiropoulous, Tehran. Received Janu-
    ary 16, 1973.
  378072. T.I. 1555. 'Tirtache 2269-12A'. Resistant to blue mold, brown spot,
    and wildfire.
  378073. T.I. 1556. 'CH T. Z. 273-3B'. Resistant to blue mold.
378074 to 378076.     NlCOTlANA TABACUM L.            Solanaceae.
                                                                  Tobacco.
From Rhodesia. Seed presented by J. G. Raeber, Tobacco Research Board,
    Salisbury. Received January 16, 1973.
  378074. T.I. 1552. 'Kutsaga E - l \ Rhodesia flue cured PMR.
  378075. T.I. 1553. 'Kutsaga E-2\ Rhodesia flue cured PMR.
  378076. T.I. 1554. 'A-56-N'. Rhodesia flue cured PMR. Brown spot
    resistance.
378077. PROSOPIS TAMARUGO Phil L e g u m i n o s a e .     Mesquite.
From Chile. Seed presented by Jardin Botanico Nacional, Vina del Mar.
   Received February 7, 1973.
378078 to 378080.     TRITICUM    AESTIVUM L.        Gramineae.
                                                          Common wheat.
From Australia. Seed presented by K. J. Symes, Curator, Australian Wheat
    Collection, Tamworth, New South Wales. Received January 30, 1973.
  378078. AUS 1799. 'Apex'.
  378079. AUS 1800. 'Apex (Cochran)'.
  378080. AUS 3654. 'Apex Early'.
378081. MELILOTUS ALTISSIMA Thiill. L e g u m i n o s a e .
From Argentina. Seed presented by Santa Catalina Botanic Garden, National
   University of La Plata, Llavallol. Received February 1, 1973.
                    JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                         27

378082.   ERAGROSTIS PILOSA (L.) Beauv.            Gramineae.
From France. Seed presented by Institut National de la Recherche Agrono-
   mique, Versailles, through National Plant Materials Center, Soil Conserva-
   tion Service, Beltsville, Maryland. Received January 29, 1973.
  BN-20629-70. 1970-71 Index Seminum No. 1042.

378083.     ERAGROSTIS     CURVULA (Schrad.) Nees Gramineae.
                                                Weeping lovegrass.
From United States. Seed presented by National Plant Materials Center, Soil
   Conservation Service, Agricultural Research Center, Beltsville, Maryland.
   Received April 20, 1973.
  BN-22630-69. Contaminant in P.I. 220586 (BN-19708-69) originally from
Afghanistan.

378084.   STIPA sp. Gramineae.
From France. Seed presented by Institut National de la Recherche Agrono-
   mique, Versailles, through National Plant Materials Center, Soil Conserva-
   tion Service, Beltsville, Maryland. Received January 29, 1973.
  BN-20810-70. 1970-71 Index Seminum No. 1262.
378085. MEDICAGO ARBOREA L. Leguminosae.                   Tree alfalfa.
From Israel. Seed presented through Seed Exchange Service, Plant Produc-
   tion and Protection Division, Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome,
   Italy. Received February 15, 1973.
  FAO 30.530. Negev Institute for Arid Region Research, Beersheva.

378086. HEMARTHRIA ALTISSIMA (Poir.) Stapf & Hubb.
  Gramineae.                                   Limpograss.
From Rhodesia. Seed presented by A. O. Crook, Paulington, Umtali. Received
   February 21, 1973.
  Near main gate University of Rhodesia grounds in black clay marshy soil.
378087 to 378089.
From Guadeloupe. Seed presented by L. Degras, Director, Plant Improvement
    Station, Center for Agronomic Research, Petit-Bourg. Received Febru-
    ary 22, 1973.
  378087. DESMANTHUS DEPRESSUS Humb. & Bonpl. Leguminosae.
  378088.   DESMANTHUS VIRGATUS (L.) Willd.
 378089.    TERAMNUS LABIALIS (L.) Spreng.    Leguminosae.
378090.     VICIA BAICALENSIS (Turcz.) B. Fedtsch.           Leguminosae.
From Australia. Seed presented by Plant Introduction Section, Division of
    Plant Industry, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Orga-
    nization, Canberra. Received February 15, 1973.
  C.P.I. 28175. Received 1960 in Australia from Botanic Garden, Moscow, Soviet
Union. A perennial vetch 30 to 60 cm. tall, with short thick rhizomes bearing
numerous erect stems. Flowers blue or violet, sometimes white. Occurs in
woods, in Eastern Siberia, Far Eastern Soviet Republics, Japan, China and
Northern Mongolia.
378091.     AMMOPHILA ARENARIA (L.) Link            Gramineae.
                                                   European beach grass.
From Israel. Seed presented by D. E. Tsuriell, Sand Drift Control, Ministry of
   Agriculture, Haifa-Kiryat Shmuel. Received February 26, 1973.
28                   PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

378092 and 378093.      AXONOPUS SCOPARIUS (Fluegge) Hitchc.
  Gramineae.                                     Carpetgrass.
From Colombia. Stolons presented by Instituto Colombiano Agropecuario,
    Bogota. Received February 1, 1973.
  378092. 'Etoclon 60'.
  378098. 'Etoclon 70'.

378094 to 378119.   ORYZA SATIVA L. Gramineae.                     Rice.
From Colombia. Seed presented by P. R. Jennings, Centro Internacional de
    Agricultura Tropical, Cali. Received February 22, 1973.
  378094. IR665-23-3-1-1B (linea 13).
  378095. IR930-2xIR532-E208 (P726-23&-1-2).
  378096. IR930-2xIR532-E208 (P726-287-2-1).
  378097. IR930-36xIR579-160 (P731-63-2-2).
  378098. IR93O-36xIR532-l-33 (P732-20-2-2).
  378099. IR93O-36xIR532-E208 (P733-63-2-2).
  378100. IR930-36xIR532-E208 (P733-88-3-2).
  378101. IR930-53xIR579-101-2 (P737-10-8-1).
  378102. IR930-53xIR57&-160 (P738-97-3-1).
  378103. IR930-53xIR579-160 (P738-137-3-1).
  378104. IR930-53xIR579-160 (P738-137-4-1).
  378105. IR579-16-lxIR532-l-33 (P757-12-3-3).
  378106. IR579-16-lxIR532-E208 (P758-30-2-1).
  378107. IR579-l£-lxIR532-E208 (P758-139-2-2).
  378108. IR577-38-2-2xIR532-E208 (P761-40-2-1).
  378109. IR577-38-2-2xIR532-E208 (P761-45-1-1).
  378110. IR577-38-2-2xIR532-E208 (P761-86-1-3).
  378111. IR577-38-2-2xIR532-E208 (P761-141-3-3).
  378112. IR577-38-2-2xIR532-E208 (P761-181-1-3).
  378113. IR586-12-l-3xIR532-E208 (P764-25-3-3).
  378114. IR930-80xIR532-E208 (P78O-8-3-2).
  378115. IR93O-80xIR532-E208 (P780-33-3-2).
  378116. IR930-80xIR532-E208 (P780-55-1-1).
  378117. IR930-2xIR532-l-33 (P725-19-2-2).
  378118. IR93O-2xIR665-31-6-5 (P792-3-2-1).
  378119. IR930-2xIR665-31-6-5 (P792-47-2-2).

378120 to 378123.    SACCHARUM (hybrid) Gramineae. Sugarcane.
From India. Cuttings presented by Director, Sugarcane Breeding Institute,
    Coimbatore. Received March 13, 1973.
  378120. 'LA. 3703'.                378122. 'I.A. 3742'.
  378121. 'LA. 3705'.                378123. 'LA. 3817'.

378124.   PHALARIS ARUNDINACEA L .        Gramineae.
                                                 Reed canary grass.
From Canada.    Seed presented by S. G. Bonin, Canada Department of
                    JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                              29

378124—Continued
     Agriculture Research Station, Beaverlodge, Alberta. Received February 1,
     1973.
  'Castor'. A four-clone synthetic variety, two from a seed accession from the
Department of Agriculture, Moscow, Soviet Union, one from a commercial seed
lot from the Ramy Seed Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota, and one from a
breeders seed lot from Dr. R. P. Knowles, Canada Agriculture Research Station,
University Campus, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. A high seed retaining variety
with characteristics of forage productivity, maturity, quality and vigor similar to
'Frontier'. Particularly well suited to irrigated culture, peat soils and on heavy
soils where moisture is adequate.
378125 and 378126.
From United States. Seed salvaged from Forage and Range Research Branch
   Seed Laboratory subsequent to reorganization of Crops Research Division,
   Beltsville, Maryland. Received February 8, 1973.
 378125.    TRIFOLIUM ARVENSE L.     Leguminosae.
    Beltsville Ecotype.   South Farm.
 378126.    TRIFOLIUM OCCIDENTALE Coombe
   Bulk increase of P.I. 294430 and P.I. 294433 as a mixture.
  Both originally from Department of Botany, University of Cambridge,
  Cambridge, England.
378127 to 378136.
From Morocco. Seed presented by Ministry of Agriculture, Rabat. Received
    February 8, 1973.
  378127 to 378129. TRIFOLIUM ALEXANDRINUM L. Leguminosae.
                                                           Berseem clover.
    378127. 6004. South Africa.
    378128. 6007. Greece.
    378129. 6384. Italy.
  378130. TRIFOLIUM INCARNATUM L.                          Crimson clover.
    6010. France.
  378131 to 378134. TRIFOLIUM RESUPINATUM L.                Persian clover.
    378131. 6026.                      378133. 6209 Maroc D.
    378132. 6205 Maroc B.              378134. 6976.
  378135.   TRIFOLIUM SPUMOSUM L.
    6019.
  378136. TRIFOLIUM SUBTERRANEUM L.                           Subterranean clover.
    6029. England.
378137 to 378139.      VlTis VINIFERA L.          Vitaceae.
                                                              European grape.
From Yugoslavia. Cuttings presented by Dr. Lazar Avramov, Univenzietet u
   Beogradu Poljoprivrendni, Fakultet Vocarsko Vinogradarska Ogledna
   Stanica Radmilovac-Vinca Beogard, Yugoslavia. Received March 16,1973.
  378137. 'Kratosija'.
  378138. 'Vranac'.
  378139.   'Kraljica Vinograda'.
378140 to 378144.
From Rumania. Seed presented by Botanic Garden, University of Bucharest,
   Bucharest. Received December 22, 1972.
30                     PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

378140 to 378144—Continued
  378140. LATUCA SATIVA L. Compositae.                                 Lettuce.
  378141.   LACTUCA VIROSA L.
 378142.    PAPAVER ORIENTALE L. Papaveraceae.                  Oriental poppy.
 378143.    PAPAVER RHOEAS L.                                      Corn poppy.
 378144.    PAPAVER SOMNIFERUM L.                                Opium poppy.

378145. CRAMBE KRALIKII COSS.             Cruciferae.
From Spain. Seed presented by Director, Institute Nacional de Investigaciones
   Agrarias, Madrid. Received March 19,1973. 1940. S. Ain Sefra, Algeria.
   Collected in 1971.

378146. CRAMBE FILIFORMIS Jacq.           Cruciferae.
From Spain. Seed presented by Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Ag-
    ronomicas, Madrid under Public Law 480 Project E25-CR-11. Received
    March 23, 1973.
  Sp 45547.

378147. MOLINIA CAERULEA L. Gramineae.
From France. Seed presented by the Director, Jardin Botanique de la Ville,
   Dijon. Received March 1, 1973.

378148 and 378149.        ILEX (hybrid) Aquifoliaceae.
From United States. Plant selections made in 1961 by W. F. Kosar at United
    States National Arboretum, Washington, D.C. Received January 30,1973.
  378148. N.A. 28314. 'Clusterberry'. A female selection from progeny of the
    trispecific cross Ilex 'Nellie R. Stevens' (/. aquifolium x /. cornuta x /.
    leucoclada). Evergreen shrub. Leaves with indulate margin, five spined.
    F r u i t large, bright red, tightly clustered, abundant. Clone is
    heat tolerant and expected to perform well in Southeastern United
    States. Hardiness 7A on USDA Hardiness Zone Map.
  378149. N.A. 29738. 'Sparkleberry'. A female selection from progeny of
    the cross /. serrata x /. verticillata. Deciduous, upright shrub. Leaves
    intermediate in character between the parent species. Fruit superior in
    size, gloss, and persistance to /. serrata and more productive than / .
    verticillata.   Hardiness 5A on USDA Hardiness Zone Map.

378150 to 378156.
From France. Seed presented by Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle,
    Paris. Received February 15, 1973.
 378150. BROMUS MACROSTACHYS Desf. Gramineae.
                                                Mediterranean bromegrass.
 378151. BROMUS MADRITENSIS L.                        Spanish bromegrass.
  378152. BROMUS RUBENS L.                            Foxtail bromegrass.
  378153. DESCHAMPSIA CAESPITOSA (L.) Beauv. Gramineae. Tufted hairgrass.
  378154. DESCHAMPSIA FLEXUOSA (L.) Trin.              Crinkled hairgrass.
 378155. LAGURUS OVATUS L. Gramineae.                     Rabbittail grass.
  378156. LAMARCKIA AUREA (L.) Moench Gramineae.
                  JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                         31

378157 to 378160.    PisUM SATIVUM L.         Leguminosae.            Pea.
From Malaysia. Seed presented by Erik Sorenson, Cameron Highlands, Tanah
    Rata, Pahang. Received February 22, 1973.
  378157. 'Red Flower No. 1'. Local type from Kea Farm area. Forty-five
    days to flowering. Small edible pods.
  378158. * White Flower No. 2\ Local types from Kampong Raja area.
    Forty-two days to flowering, flowers at 15th node. Small edible pods.
  378159. 'White Flower No. 9'. Local type from Kampong Raja area. Forty-
    two days to flowering, flowers at 13th node. Large edible pods.
  378160. Soon Huat Seed Company, Georgetown, Perang. Chinese origin.
    Edible pods.
378161.   BRIZA MAXIMA L.         Gramineae.          Big quaking grass.
From Germany. Seed presented by Wilhelm Pfitzer Seeds, Stuttgart.       Re-
   ceived February 28, 1973.

378162.   LUPINUS ANGUSTIFOLIUS L.            Leguminosae.
                                                   Bitter blue lupine.
From Australia. Seed presented by J. S. Gladstones, Department of Agricul-
    ture, Jarrah Road, South Perth. Received March 7, 1973.
  'Unicrop'. Narrow leafed, sweet type. Early flowering, nonshattering pods.

378163 to 378165.    ARACHIS    HYPOGAEA L.        Leguminosae.
                                                              Peanut.
From Pakistan. Seed presented by Nazir-Ud-Din, Oilseed Botanist, Groundnut
    Research Station, Rawalpindi. Received March 6, 1973.
  378163. 'Li-Chih-Tzu'. Probably Taiwan origin.
  378164. Tenghu No. 1'. Origin either Taiwan or China.
  378165. Tenghu No. 2\ Origin either Taiwan or China.

378166 to 378167.    ORYZA SATIVA L.        Gramineae.                Rice.
From Philippines. Seed presented by T. T. Chang, International Rice Research
    Institute, Makati, Rizal. Received February 28, 1973.
  378166. 6244. 'Kataktara DA-2'.
  378167. 4285. 'Ta-poopcho-z'.
378168 to 378176.    CUCUMIS MELO L.          Cucurbitaceae.
                                                          Muskmelon.
From Israel. Seed presented by D. Salomon and T. Karchi, Agricultural Re-
    search Organization, The Volcani Center, Bet Dagan. Received March
    6, 1973.
  378168. 'Ein Dor Anak\
  378169. 'Ein Dor P.M.R.'. (Race 1).
  378170. 'F.T.\
  378171. 'Galia F2 Hybrid 106'.
  378172. 'Noy Amid'.
  378173. 'Noy Israel'.
  378174. Terlla F,\ Pninat Ein Dor.
  378175. Terlla No. 2 Fj\ Pninat Ein Dor.
  378176. Terlla No. 3 F,\
32                          PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

378177 to 378179.
From United States. Seed presented by Beal-Garfield Botanic Garden, Mich-
   igan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. Received March 5, 1973.
 378177. BRIZA MAXIMA L. Gramineae.                     Big quaking grass.
 378178.     BRIZA MINOR L.                             Little quaking grass.
 378179.     LAGURUS OVATUS L.   Gramineae.                 Rabbittail grass.
378180 and 378181.          ARACHISVILLOSULICARPA        Hoehne Legu-
  minosae.
From India. Seed presented by V. S. Raman, Coordinator, All-India Coordi-
    nated Research Project on Oilseeds, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University,
    Coimbatore. Received March 2, 1973.
  378180. Diploid.
  378181. Tetraploid. Rare type isolated from P.I. 378180.
378182 and 378183. LATHYRUS LAETIFLORUS Greene Legu-
  minosae.
From United States. Seed produced by National Plant Materials Center, Soil
    Conservation Service, Beltsville, Maryland. Received March 5, 1973.
  378182. BN-19232-67. Collection No. 4681 by C. E. Smith, New Crops
    Research Branch, Plant Industry Station, 1967. California coast.
    Perennial.
  378183. BN-19233-63. Northern Utilization Research Laboratory, Peoria,
    Illinois. No. 19707.
378184 and 378185.
From Rumania. Seed presented by Gradina Botanica, Institutul Agronomic
    Tudor Vladimirescu, Craiova. Code numbers refer to 1971 Index Seminum.
    Received February 6, 1973.
  378184. ALYSSUM BORZAENUM E. I. Nyar. Cruciferae.
    318.
  378185. AURINIA SAXATILIS (L.) Desv. subsp. SAXATILIS Cruciferae.
    320.
378186 to 378530.
From Yugoslavia. Seed presented by Institute for Small Grains, Kragujevac,
    under Public Law 480 Project E30-CR-36. Received February 1, 1973.
  378186. AEGILOPS sp. Gramineae.
    1/72. Kumanovo, Macedonia.
  378187. AEGILOPS sp.
    2/72. Kumanovo, Macedonia.
  378188. AEGILOPS sp.
    3/72. Pristina, Kosovo.
  378189.    AEGILOPS sp.
     4/72.   Kumanovo, Macedonia.
  378190.    AEGILOPS sp.
     5/72. Paracin, Serbia.
  378191.    AEGILOPS sp.
    6/72. Paracin, Serbia.
  378192. AEGILOPS sp.
    7/72. Ohrid, Macedonia.
                        JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31,1973                 33

378186 to 378530—Continued
 378193.     AEGILOPS sp.
   8/72.     Sp.Kosovjunacima, Kosovo.
 378194.     AEGILOPS sp.
   9/72.     K.Mitrovica, Kosovo.
 378195. AEGILOPS sp.
   10/72. Titograd, Montenegro.
 378196. AEGILOPS sp.
   11/72. Titograd, Montenegro.
 378197 to 378209.      A VENA SATIVA L.     Gramineae        Common oat.
   378197.     1/72.    Djevdjelija, Macedonia.
   378198.     3/72.    Olovo, Bosnia.
   378199.     4/72.    Bijeljina, Bosnia.
   378200.     5/72.    Komar, Bosnia.
   378201.     6/72.    Kladanj, Bosnia.
   378202.     7/72.    Ogranci Tare, Serbia.
   378203.     8/72.    Bioska, Serbija.
   378201.     9/72.    G.Milanovac, Serbia.
   378205.     10/72.    Presevo, Serbia.
   378206.     11/72.    Kremna-Tara, Serbia.
   378207.     13/72.    Ivan Planina, Bosnia..
   378208.     14/72.    Kiseljak-Sarajevo, Bosnia.
   378209.     20/72.    Vlasenica, Bosnia.
 378210 to 378226.      HORDEUM VULGARE L.       Gramineae.       Barley.
   378210.     1/72.    Bitolj-Ohrid, Serbia.
   378211.     2/72.    Orah ispred Stracine, Serbia.
   378212.     3/72.    Orah ispred Stracine, Serbia.
   378213.     4/72.    Kumanovo, Macedonia.
   378214.     5/72.    Pestani-Ohrid, Macedonia.
   378215.     6/72.    Pestani-Ohrid, Macedonia.
   378216.     7/72.    Pestani-Ohrid, Macedonia.
   378217.     8/72.    Pestani-Ohrid, Macedonia.
   378218.     9/72.    Osjecina-Podrinje, Serbia.
   378219.     10/72.    G.Milanovac, Serbia.
   378220.     11/72.    Jabuka, Serbia.
   378221.     12/72.    Pletvar, Serbia.
   378222.     13/72.    Ohrid, Macedonia.
   378223.     14/72.    Renovice, Macedonia.
   378224.     15/72.    Bajina Basta, Serbia.
   378225.     16/72.    Delcevo, Macedonia.
   378226.     17/72.    Kicevo, Macedonia.
 378227 to 378249.      SECALE CEREALE L.      Gramineae.            Rye.
   378227.     1/72.    Zitoradja, Serbia.
   378228.     2/72.    Zitoradja, Serbia.
   378229.     3/72.    Nis, Serbia.
   378230.     5/72.    Ribarice, Kosovo.
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378186 to 378530—Continued
 378227 to 378249—Continued
   378231. 6/72. Presevo, Serbia.
   378232. 7/72. Bajina Basta, Serbia.
   378233. 8/72. Pletvar, Macedonia.
   378234. 9/72. Krusevo, Macedonia.
   378235. 10/72. Ivancica-Kiseljak, Bosnia.
   378236. 11/72. Ohrid, Macedonia.
   378237. 12/72. Bujanovac, Serbia.
   378238. 13/72. Presp.jezero, Macedonia.
   378239. 14/72. Kicevo, Macedonia.
   378240. 15/72. Vranje, Serbia.
   378241. 16/72. Prespjezero, Macedonia.
   378242. 17/72. Brana na Breglanici, Macedonia.
   378243. 18/72. Davidovac, Serbia.
   378244. 19/72. Ljuboten, Serbia.
   378245. 20/72. Struga, Macedonia.
   378246. 21/72. Kocani, Macedonia.
   378247. 22/72. Prilep, Macedonia.
   378248. 23/72. Pestani, Macedonia.
   378249. 24/72. Prespa, Macedonia.
 378250 to 378530. TRITICUM AESTIVUM L. Gramineae   Common wheat.
   378250. 2/72. Komar D.Vakuf, Bosnia.
   378251. 4/72. Kicevo, Macedonia.
   378252. 1523. Raska-Baljevac na Ibru, Serbia.
   378253. 1524. Raska-Baljevac na Ibru, Serbia.
   378254. 1525. Raska-Baljevac na Ibru, Serbia.
   378255. 1526. Raska, Serbia.
   378256. 1527. Raska, Serbia.
   378257. 1528. Valjevo, Serbia.
   378258. 1529. Put ka Divcibare, Serbia.
   378259. 1530. Put ka Divicibare, Serbia.
   378260. 1531. Put ka Divcibare, Serbia.
   378261. 1532. Put ka Divcibare, Serbia.
   378262. 1533. Put ka Divcibare, Serbia.
   378263. 1534. Put ka Divcibare, Serbia.
   378264. 1535. Put ka Divcibare, Serbia.
   378265. 1536. Put ka Divcibare, Serbia.
   378266. 1537. Put ka Divcibare, Serbia.
   378267. 1539. Put ka Divcibare, Serbia.
   378268. 1540. Valjevo, Serbia.
   378269. 1541. Bacevci, Serbia.
   378270. 1542. Bacevci, Serbia.
   378271. 1543. Bacevci, Serbia.
                  JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973   35
378186 to 378530—Continued
 378250 to 378530—Continued
  378272. 1544. Put za Stragare, Serbia.
  378273. 1545. Put za Stragare, Serbia.
  378274. 1546. Put za Stragare, Serbia.
  378275. 1547. Rudnik, Serbia.
  378276. 1548. Rudnik, Serbia.
  378277. 1549. Rudnik, Serbia.
  378278. 1550. Rudnik, Serbia.
  378279. 1551. Vlakca, Serbia.
  378280. 1552. Vlakca, Serbia.
  378281. 1553. Vlakca, Serbia.
  378282. 1554. Topola, Serbia.
  378283. 1555. Topola, Serbia.
  378284. 1556. Arilje, Serbia.
  378285. 1557. Krupanj, Serbia.
  378286. 1558. Kadinjaca, Serbia.
  378287. 1559. Titovo Uzice, Serbia.
  378288. 1560. Tara-Kremna, Serbia.
  378289. 1561. Tara-Kremna, Serbia.
  378290. 1562. Tara-Kremna, Serbia.
  378291. 1563. Leskovac, Serbia.
  378292. 1564. Aleksandrovo, Serbia.
  378293. 1565. Aleksandrovo, Serbia.
  378294. 1566. Aleksandrovo, Serbia.
  378295. 1567. Vranje-Motel, Serbia.
  378296. 1568. Vranje-Motel, Serbia.
  378297. 1569. Vranje-Motel, Serbia.
  378298. 1570. Bujanovac, Serbia.
  378299. 1571. Bujanovac, Serbia.
  378300. 1572. Bujanovac, Serbia.
  378301. 1573. Davidovac, Serbia.
  378302. 1574. Davidovac, Serbia.
  378303. 1575. Davidovac, Serbia.
  378304. 1576. Vranje, Serbia.
  378305. 1578. Davidovac, Serbia.
  378306. 1579. Davidovac, Serbia.
  378307. 1580. Davidovac, Serbia.
  378308. 1581. Davidovac, Serbia.
  378309. 1582. Presevo, Serbia.
  378310. 1583. Presevo, Serbia.
  378311. 1584. Presevo, Serbia.
  378312. 1585. Presevo, Serbia.
  378313. 1586. Socanica, Kosovo.
  378314. 1587. Socanica, Kosovo.
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378186 to 378530—Continued
 378250 to 378530—Continued
     378315.   1588.   Socanica, Kosovo.
     378316.   1589.   Socanica, Kosovo.
     378317.   1590.   Socanica, Kosovo.
     378318.   1591.   K. Mitrovica, Kosovo.
     378319.   1592.   K. Mitrovica, Kosovo.
     378320.   1593.   K. Mitrovica, Kosovo.
     378321.   1594.   K. Mitrovica, Kosovo.
     378322.   1595.   Novi Pazar, Kosovo.
     378323.   1596.   Novi Pazar, Kosovo.
     378324.   1597.   Zubin Potok, Kosovo.
     378325.   1598.   Zubin Potok, Kosovo.
     378326.   1599.   Zubin Potok, Kosovo.
     378327.   1600.   Zubin Potok, Kosovo.
     378328.   1601.   Ribarice, Kosovo.
     378329.   1602.   Ribarice, Kosovo.
     378330.   1603.   Ribarice, Kosovo.
     378331.   1604.   Ribarice, Kosovo.
     378332.   1605.   K.Mitrovica, Kosovo.
     378333.   1606.   K.Mitrovica, Kosovo.
     378334.   1608.   K.Mitrovica, Kosovo.
     378335.   1609.   K.Mitrovica, Kosovo.
     378336.   1610.   K.Mitrovica, Kosovo.
     378337.   1611.   K.Mitrovica, Kosovo.
     378338.   1612.   Leposavic, Macedonia.
     378339.   1613.   Leposavic, Kosovo.
     378340.   1614.   Okolina Dojrana, Macedonia.
     378341.   1615.   Okolina Dojrana, Macedonia.
     378342.   1616.   Okolina Dojrana, Macedonia.
     378343.   1617.   Okolina Dojrana, Macedonia.
     378344.   1618.   Kocani, Macedonia.
     378345.   1619.   Kocani, Macedonia.
     378346.   1620.   Kocani, Macedonia.
     378347.   1621.   Kocani, Macedonia.
     378348.   1622.   Djevdjelija, Macedonia.
     378349.   1623.   Djevdjelija, Macedonia.
     378350.   1624.   Djevdjelija, Macedonia.
     378351.   1625.   Djevdjelija, Macedonia.
     378352.   1626.   Delcevo, Macedonia.
     378353.   1627.   Kamenica-Delcevo, Macedonia
     378354.   1628.   Kamenica-Delcevo, Macedonia
     378355.   1630.   Topalica-Ilevo, Macedonia.
     378356.   1631.   Topalica-Ilevo, Macedonia.
                     JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973   37

378186 to 378530—Continued
 378250 to 378530—Continued
   378357.   1632.   Topalica-Ilevo, Macedonia.
   378358.   1633.   Topalica-Ilevo, Macedonia.
   378359.   1634.   Prilep, Macedonia.
   378360.   1635.   Prilep, Macedonia.
   378361.   1636.   Prilep, Macedonia.
   378362.   1637.   Djevdjelija, Macedonia.
   378363.   1638.   Djevdjelija, Macedonia.
   378364.   1639.   Djevdjelija, Macedonia.
   378365.   1640.   Djevdjelija, Macedonia.
   378366.   1641.   Djevdjelija, Macedonia.
   378367.   1642.   Kavadarci, Macedonia.
   378368.   1643.   Kavadarci, Macedonia.
   378369.   1644.   Stobi-Gradec, Macedonia.
   378370.   1645.   Dojran, Macedonia.
   378371.   1646.   Dojran, Macedonia.
   378372.   1647.   Dojran, Macedonia.
   378373.   1648.   Dojran, Macedonia.
   378374.   1649.   Kavadarci, Macedonia.
   378375.   1650.   Kavadarci, Macedonia.
   378376.   1651.   Kavadarci, Macedonia.
   378377.   1652.   Kavadarci, Macedonia.
   378378.   1653.   Delcevo, Macedonia.
   378379.   1654.   Lubaniste-Sv.Naum, Macedonia.
   378380.   1655.   Lubaniste-Sv.Naum, Macedonia.
   378381.   1656.   Lubaniste-Sv.Naum, Macedonia.
   378382.   1657.   Lubaniste-Sv.Naum, Macedonia.
   378383.   1658.   Lubaniste-Sv.Naum, Macedonia.
   378384.   1659.   Ispred Ohrida, Macedonia.
   378385.   1660.   Debar, Macedonia.
   378386.   1661.   Debar, Macedonia.
   378387.   1662.   Debar, Macedonia.
   378388.   1663.   Debar, Macedonia.
   378389.   1664.   Debar, Macedonia.
   378390.   1665.   Debar, Macedonia.
   378391.   1666.   Lubaniste, Macedonia.
   378392.   1667.   Ohrid-Sv.Naum, Macedonia.
   378393.   1668.   Ohrid-Sv.Naum, Macedonia.
   378394.   1669.   Sv.Naum-Ohrid, Macedonia.
   378395.   1670.   Kicevo, Macedonia.
   378396.   1671.   Kicevo, Macedonia.
   378397.   1672.   Kicevo, Macedonia.
   378398.   1673.   Savelj-put Krusevo, Macedonia.
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378186 to 378530—Continued
 378250 to 378530—Continued
     378399.   1674. Savelj-put Krusevo, Macedonia.
     378400.   1675. Savelj-put Krusevo, Macedonia.
     378401.   1676. Savelj-put Krusevo, Macedonia.
     378402.   1677. Savelj-put Krusevo, Macedonia.
     378403.   1678. Savelj-put Krusevo, Macedonia.
     3784M.    1679. Brdjani kod Prilepa, Macedonia.
     378405.   1680. Brdjani kod Prilepa, Macedonia.
     378406.   1681. Brdjani kod Prilepa, Macedonia.
     378407.   1682. Brdjani kod Prilepa, Macedonia.
     378408.   1683. Brdjani kod Prilepa, Macedonia.
     378409.   1684. Brdjani kod Prilepa, Macedonia.
     378410.   1685. Brdjani kod Prilepa, Macedonia.
     378411.   1686. Pletvar ispred Prilepa, Macedonia.
     378412.   1687. Pletvar ispred Prilepa, Macedonia.
     378413.   1688. Pletvar ispred Prilepa, Macedonia.
     378414.   1689. Pletvar ispred Prilepa, Macedonia.
     378415.   1690. Pletvar ispred Prilepa, Macedonia.
     378416.   1691. Pletvar ispred Prilepa, Macedonia.
     378417.   1692. Pletvar ispred Prilepa, Macedonia.
     378418.   1693. Pletvar ispred Prilepa, Macedonia.
     378419.   1694. Ohrid-Kicevo, Macedonia.
     378420.   1695. Ohrid-Kicevo, Macedonia.
     378421.   1696. G. Perovo kod Pres. jezera, Macedonia.
     378422.   1697. G. Perovo kod Pres. jezera, Macedonia.
     378423.   1698. G. Perovo kod Pres. jezera, Macedonia.
     378424.   1699. G.Perovo kod Pres. jezera, Macedonia.
     378425.   1700. Perovo, Macedonia.
     378426.   1701. Perovo, Macedonia.
     378427.   1702. Perovo, Macedonia.
     378428.   1703. Bela Crkva kod Prespa, Macedonia.
     378429.   1704. Bela Crkva kod Prespa, Macedonia.
     378430.   1705. Bela Crkva kod Prespa, Macedonia.
     378431.   1706. Bela Crkva kod Prespa, Macedonia.
     378432.   1707. Gornje Perovo-Prespjezero, Macedonia.
     378433.   1708. Gornje Perovo-Presp. jezero, Macedonia.
     378434.   1709. Gornje Perovo Presp. jezero, Macedonia.
     378435.   17lO. Bela Crkva kod Prespe, Macedonia.
     378436.   1711. Bela Crkva kod Prespe, Macedonia.
     378437.   1712. Bela Crkva kod Prespe, Macedonia.
     378438.   1713. Ohrid-Aerodrom, Macedonia.
     378439.   1714. Ohrid-Aerodrom, Macedonia.
     378440.   1715. Ohrid-Aerodrom, Macedonia.
     378441.   1716. Ohrid-Aerodrom, Macedonia.
                     JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973    39
378186 to 378530—Continued
 378250 to 378530—Continued
   378442.   1717. Ohrid-Aerodrom, Macedonia.
  378443.    1718. Ohrid-Aerodrom, Macedonia.
  378444.    1719. Ohrid-Aerodrom, Macedonia.
  378445.    1720. Ohrid-Aerodrom, Macedonia.
  378446.    1721. Ohrid-Aerodrom, Macedonia.
  378447.    1722. Ohrid-Aerodrom, Macedonia.
  378448.    1723. Ohrid-Aerodrom, Macedonia.
  378449.    1724. Ohrid-Aerodrom, Macedonia.
  378450.    1725. Ohrid-Aerodrom, Macedonia.
  378451.    1726. Ohrid-Aerodrom, Macedonia.
  378452.    1727. Ohrid-Aerodrom, Macedonia.
  378453.    1728. Ohrid-Aerodrom, Macedonia.
  378454.    1729. Ohrid-Aerodrom, Macedonia.
  378455.    1730. Ohrid-Kicevo, Macedonia.
  378456.    1731. Ohrid-Kicevo, Macedonia.
  378457.    1732. Ohrid-Kicevo, Macedonia.
  378458.    1733. Ohrid-Kicevo, Macedonia.
  378459.    1734. Ohrid-Kicevo, Macedonia.
  378460.    1735. Lubaniste kod Ohrida, Macedonia.
  378461.    1736. Lubaniste kod Ohrida, Macedonia.
  378462.    1737. Lubaniste kod Ohrida, Macedonia.
  378463.    1738. Lubaniste kod Ohrida, Macedonia.
  378464.    1739. Lubaniste kod Ohrida, Macedonia.
  378465.    1740. Lubaniste kod Ohrida, Macedonia.
  378466.    1741. Lubaniste kod Ohrida, Macedonia.
  378467.    1742. Lubaniste kod Ohrida, Macedonia.
  378468.    1743. Ohrid, Macedonia.
  378469.    1744. Lubaniste kod Ohrida, Macedonia.
  378470.    1745. Lubaniste kod Ohrida, Serbia.
  378471.    1746. Ohrid, Macedonia.
  378472.    1747. Ohrid, Serbia.
  378473.    1748. Ohrid, Macedonia.
  378474.    1749. Ohrid, Macedonia.
  378475.    1750. Lubaniste-Ohrid, Macedonia.
  378476.    1751. Lubaniste-Ohrid, Macedonia.
  378477.    1752. Lubaniste-Ohrid, Macedonia.
  378478.    1753. Lubaniste-Ohrid, Macedonia.
  378479.    1754. Lubaniste-Ohrid, Macedonia.
  378480.    1755. Lubaniste-Ohrid, Macedonia.
  378481.    1756. Lubaniste-Ohrid, Macedonia.
  378482.    1757. Lubaniste-Ohrid, Macedonia.
  378483.    1758. Izbiste ispred Ohrida, Macedonia.
  378484.    1759. Izbiste ispred Ohrida, Macedonia.
40                         PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

378186 to 3178530
 378250 to :378530-
     378485.   1760.    Izbiste ispred Ohrida, Macedonia.
     378486.   1761.    Izbiste ispred Ohrida, Macedonia.
     378487.   1762.    Izbiste ispred Ohrida, Macedonia.
     378488.   1763.    Izbiste ispred Ohrida, Macedonia.
     378489.   1764.    Izbiste ispred Ohrida, Macedonia.
     378490.   1765.    Izbiste ispred Ohrida, Macedonia.
     378491.   1766.    Ohrid-put za Kicevo, Macedonia.
     378492.   1767.    Ohrid-put za Kicevo, Macedonia.
     378493.   1768.    Ohrid-put za Kicevo, Macedonia.
     3784M.    1769.    Ohrid-Pestani, Macedonia.
     378495.   1770.    Ohrid-Pestani, Macedonia.
     378496.   1771.    Ohrid-Pestani, Macedonia.
     378497.   1772.    Ohrid-Pestani, Macedonia.
     378498.   1773.    Ohrid-Pestani, Macedonia.
     378499.   1774.    Ohrid-Pestani, Macedonia.
     378500.   1775.    Ohrid, Macedonia.
     378501.   1776.    Ohrid, Macedonia.
     378502.   1777.    Ohrid, Macedonia.
     378503.   1778.    Ohrid, Macedonia.
     378504.    1779.    Ohrid, Macedonia.
     378505.   1780.    Ohrid, Macedonia.
     378506.   1781.    Ohrid, Macedonia.
     378507.   1782.    Ohrid, Macedonia.
     378508.    1783.    Ohrid, Macedonia.
     378509.   1784.    Ohrid, Macedonia.
     378510.    1785.    Ohrid, Macedonia.
     378511.    1786.    Pestani kod Ohrida, Macedonia.
     378512.    1787.    Pestani kod Ohrida, Macedonia.
     378513.    1788.    Pestani kod Ohrida, Macedonia.
     378514.    1789.    Pestani kod Ohrida, Macedonia.
     378515.   1790.     Struga kod Ohrida, Macedonia.
     378516.    1791.    Struga kod Ohrida, Macedonia.
     378517.    1792.    Struga kod Ohrida, Macedonia.
     378518.    1793.    Struga kod Ohrida, Macedonia.
     378519.    1794.    Struga kod Ohrida, Macedonia.
     378520.    1795.    Kumanovo, Macedonia.
     378521.    1796.    Kumanovo, Macedonia.
     378522.    1797.    Kumanovo, Macedonia.
     378523.    1798.    Kumanovo, Macedonia.
     378524.    1799.    Kumanovo, Macedonia.
     378525.    1800.    Kumanovo, Macedonia.
     378526.    1801.    Kumanovo, Macedonia.
                  JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                        41

378186 to 378530—Continued
  378250 to 378530—Continued
    378527. 1802. Titovo Uzice, Serbia.
    378528. 1803. Komar, Bosnia.
    378529. 1804. Komar, Bosnia.
    378530. 1805. Komar, Bosnia.

378531. HORDEUM VULGARE L. G r a m i n e a e .                 Barley.
From Germany. Seed presented by E. Rehse, F. Von Lochow-Petkus G.m.b.H.
    Received March 9, 1973.
  'Bollo.' Winter type.

378532. SACCHARUM (hybrid) Gramineae.                         Sugarcane.
From India. Cuttings presented by Sugarcane Breeding Institute, Coimbatore.
    Received March 6, 1973.
  'Co. 356\ Regional Sugarcane Substation, Cannanore, Kerala.

378533. DAUCUS CAROTA L. Umbelliferae.                         Carrot.
From Germany. Seed presented by Institut Pflanzenbau, Forschungsanstlat
    fur Landwirtschaft Genebank, Braunschweig-Volkenrode. Received
    March 20, 1973.
  'Haubner Rubin Nz.'

378534 to 378539.
From Austria. Seed presented by the Director, Botanical Garden and
    Arboretum, Donau. Received March 23, 1973.
  378534. PAPAVER ATLANTICUM (Ball) Coss. Papaveraceae.             Poppy.
    506.
  378535. PAPAVER BRACTEATUM Lindl.                   Great scarlet poppy.
    507.
  378536 and 378537. PAPAVER NUDICAULE L.                  Iceland poppy.
    378536. 505.
    378537. 509.
  378538. PAPAVER SOMNIFERUM L.                             Opium poppy.
    510.
  378539. PAPAVER SPICATUM Boiss & Ball ex Boiss.
    508.

378540.    PAPAVER SOMNIFERUM         L. Papaveraceae.
                                                    Opium poppy.
From Thailand. Seed presented by Fred Dick, American Embassy, Bangkok.
   Received January 9, 1973.

378541.    PAPAVER BRACTEATUM         Lindl.    Papaveraceae.
                                                   Great scarlet poppy.
From England. Seed presented by L. S. Fortescue, The Garden House,
   Yelverton, Devon. Received March 30, 1973.
  Dark crimson with no vermillion.
42                      PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

378542.    BANISTERIA CAAPI Spruce ex Griseb. Malpighiaceae.
From Peru. Cuttings collected by Tim Plowman, Harvard University, Cam-
   bridge, Massachusetts. Received March 29, 1973.
  Tarapoto.

378543 to 378553.
From Ivory Coast. Seed presented by J. Schwendiman, Institute for Cotton
   Research, Bouake. Received February 22, 1973.
 378543 to 378552. GOSSYPIUM (hybrid) Malvaceae.
   378543. 444-2-70. Triple hybrid HAR (G. hirsutum x G. arboreum
     x G. raimondii)x 'Acala 4-42' x 'Acala 15-17 C x 'Allen 333-57'. The latter
     a cultivated variety selected in Chad from old upland cotton and used as a
     commercial variety in the Ivory Coast from 1960 to 1968. Mass pedigree
     selection during 10 years.
   378544. L 299^10. Same pedigree as P.I. 378543.
   378545. L 142-9. HAR x 'Acala 4-42' x 'Acala 15-17 C x 444-2-64. The
     latter a local commercial variety since 1968. Mass pedigree selection for 5
     years.
   378546. L 231-24. HAR x 'Acala 4-42' x 'Acala 15-17 C x 444-2-64 x
     444-2-65. Mass pedigree selection for 5 years.
   378547. L 229-29. Same pedigree as P.I. 378546.
   378548. B 135-137. F12 with atrophied bracts from an interspecific cross
     between G. hirsutum 'Allen 333-57' and G. barbadense 'Mono' selected in
     Togo. The first offspring with atrophied bracts had been found in F4
     generation.
   378549. B138-140. F12 with atrophied bracts from a triple hybrid ATH
      (G. hirsutum x G. arboretum x G. thurbii).
     378550. B-177-178. r,r, ygiyg! ms3ms3 dw dw yg2yg2.
     378551. B 205. R ^ YG^Gi Ms3Ms3 Dw Dw yg2yg2.
     378552. T 63. Cleistogamic strain F12 from G. hirsutum x G. barbadense.
     368553. GOSSYPIUM TRIPHYLLUM (Harv. & Sond.) Hochr.
       No data.

378554 to 378556.     PAPAVER BRACTEATUM Lindl.             Papaveraceae.
                                                        Great scarlet poppy.
From Israel. Seed presented by Arieh Abraham, Agricultural Research
    Organization, The Volcani Center, Bet Dagan. Received March 27, 1973.
  378554. Lot 18-225. Originally from Tehran, Iran.
 378555. Lot 18-226. Originally from Khakak Siah Bishe, Iran.
 378556. Lot 20-514. Originally from Iran.
378557 to 378560.      CUCUMIS MELO L. Cucurbitaceae.
                                                   Muskmelon
From Afghanistan. Seed collected by C. A. Duncan, Horticulture Advisor,
    United States Agency for International Development, Kabul. Received
    March 19, 1973.
  378557. 'AlaPochak'. Mazar-i-Sharif.
  378558. 'Chatri Sel. 1'. Mazar-i-Sharif.
  378559. 'Chatri Sel. 2'. Mazar-i-Sharif.
  378560. 'Loblaie'. Mazar-i-Sharif.
                    JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                         43

378561 to 378577.
From United States. Plant received at Plant Introduction Station, Agricul-
    tural Research Service, Miami, Florida. Received February 2, 1973.
  378561. AECHMEA ANGUSTIFOLIA Poepp. & Endl. Bromeliaceae.
    M-20917. Plant received from J. Mariner-Lapostolle, Cap Ferrat, France in
  1969. Leaves to 30 cm., medium green with slight bronze coloration.
  378562. ALOE BUETTNERI A. Berg. Liliaceae.
    M-21343. Seeds presented by the Instituto de Investigacao Agronomica de
  Angola, New Lisbon. Leaves are narrow-linear to 51 cm. long with small
   marginal spines.
 378563.   ALOE PETRICOLA Pole-Evans
   M-21926. Seeds presented by National Botanic Garden, Kirstenbosch,
 Newlands, South Africa. Fleshy glaucous leaves have rounded margins, few
 spines.
 378564. CADIA PURPUREA Forsk. Leguminosae.
   M-21482. Seeds presented by J. B. Gillett, South                  African
 Herbarium, Nairobi, Kenya. Small shrub with pinnate leaves. Flowers
 large bell shaped, pink. October 1970.
 378565. COSTUS sp. Zingiberaceae.
   M-20980. Seed collected in Colombia, July 1969, by R. J. Knight, Jr., U. S.
 Plant Introduction Station, Miami, Florida. Grows to 1.5 m. Flowers pink.
 378566. CRATAEVA RELIGIOSA Forst. f. Capparidaceae.
   M-13837. Seed presented by the Forest Research Institute, Dehra Dun,
 India through E. A. Menninger, Stuart, Florida, December 1953. Deciduous
 tree with flowers 5.1 cm. across, white turning to cream with age, many
 prominent stamens. Fruit globular, 5.1 cm. in diameter, red.
 378567. EUPHORBIA VIGUIERI Denis Euphorbiaceae.
   M-19414. Plant presented by Jardin Botanique, St. Jean, Cap Ferrat,
 France in June, 1965. Columnar plant with eight vertical rows of spines.
 Leaves lanceolate deciduous. Flowers red. Local name: Tsimbazazee.
 378568. HEDYCHIUM sp. Zinziberaceae.
   M-20995. One plant received August 1969 from E. Camacho, Turrialba,
 Costa Rica. Grows up to 1.5 m.
 378569.   HEDYCHIUM sp.
   M-20996. Two plants received August 1969 from E. Camacho, Turrialba,
 Costa Rica. Grows to 1.5 m.
 378570. HELICONIA sp. Musaceae.
   M-20831. Seed collected in Dominica, June 1969 by R. J. Knight, Jr., Plant
 Introduction Station, Miami, Florida. Grows to 0.9 m.
 378571.   PASSIFLORA SERRATODIGITATA L.    Passifloraceae.
   M-22114. Plant from Amazonian Peru, collected September 1972, by R. J.
 Knight, Jr., Plant Introduction Station, Miami, Florida. Vigorous vine with
 large palmately, 5- to 7-lobed leaves and pendulous flowers 5 to 7.6 cm.
 across. Fruit edible. Local name Tagua-Tagua.
 378572. PERESKIA BLEO (H.B.K.) DC. Cactaceae.
   M-22012. From plant growing at residence of H. A. Sandre, Miami,
 Florida. Branching cactus 2.4 m. tall, leaves 15 cm. long, flowers many,
 bright orange. Fruit 7.6 cm. long, yellow, edible. April 1972.
 378573. POLYGALA COWELLII (Britton) Blake Polygalaceae.
   M-20386. Seed presented by M. H. Gaskins in 1968 from Parguera, Puerto
 Rico. Medium size tree having dark green leathery leaves to 10 cm.
44                       PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

378561 to 378577—Continued
 long. Flowers purple, pealike in short racemes.     Very showy.    Local name,
 "Violet tree."
 378574.   SOLANUM QUITOENSE Lam.      Solanaceae.
   M-21199. Three plants from Al Willson, Minute Maid Research, Mait-
 land, Florida. Spiny plant to 1.2 m. tall, orange fruit 2.5 cm. in diameter. Lo-
 cal names: "Naranjilla," "Lulo de peras."
 378575.   SOLANUM sp.
   M-21201. One plant from Al Willson, Minute Maid Research, Maitland,
 Florida. Spiny plant to 1.2 m. tall with orange fruit 7.6 cm. long, bearing
 narrow pointed tit at apex. April 1970. Local name, "Naranjilla cimarron."
 378576. YUCCA BREVIFOLIA Engelm. Liliaceae.
   M-21569. From San Bernardino County, California. Elevation 1,216
 m. Seed received from Botanic Garden, University of California, Berkeley.
 December 1970.
 378577.   YUCCA WHIPPLEI subsp. PARISHII (Jones) Haines
   M-21568. From San Bernardino County, California. Elevation 486 m.
 Seed received from Botanic Garden, University of California, Berkeley. De-
 cember 1970.

378578.    ORYZA SATIVA L. Gramineae.                            Rice.
From Japan. Seed presented through Inter-mountain Forest and Range
    Research Station, Forest Sciences Laboratory, Logan, Utah. Received
    March 20, 1973.
  'Tan-ginbozu\ Dwarf cultivar.

378579.    ORYZA SATIVA L. Gramineae.                            Rice.
From India. Seed presented by Central Rice Research Institute, Cuttack.
    Received March 15, 1973.
  'AC 27'.
378580.   ORYZA SATIVA L. Gramineae.                                  Rice.
From Japan. Seed presented by A. Suzuki, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
    Research Council, Tokyo. Received March 15,1973.
  'Minehikari' (05.00.12). Hiroshima-ken.
378581.    PAPAVER BRACTEATUM            Lindl.      Papaveraceae.
                                                       Great scarlet poppy.
From Israel. Seed presented by A. Abraham, Plant Introduction Service, Ag-
    ricultural Research Organization, The Volcani Center, Bet Dagan. Re-
    ceived April 9, 1973.
  Iran via Israel.

378582.    PAPAVER ORIENTALE          L.     Papaveraceae.
                                                         Oriental poppy.
From United States. Seed presented by Ferry Morse Seed Company, Fulton,
   Kentucky. Received April 11, 1973.

378583 to 378587.
From South Africa. Seed presented October 1971 by Ted Marsh, Chief, Forest
   Research, Department of Forestry, Seed Section, Pretoria. Received
   February 2, 1973.
                   JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                             45

378583 to 378587—Continued
 378583. ALOE CRYPTOPODA Baker Liliaceae.
   M-21852. Buffelsbock, near Burgersfort.        Leaves medium green, slight
 mottling, margins spiny.
 378584.   ALOE MARLOTHII A. Berg.
   M-21853. Buffelsvla, near Lydenburg. Leaves narrow, dark green
 with marginal spines that stand perpendicular to the flat surface of the leaf.
 378585.   ALOE PETRICOLA Pole-Evans
   M-21907. Sunnyside Farm, Nelspruit District. Elevation               1,246 m.
 Fleshy glaucous leaves have rounded margins, few spines.
 378586.   ALOE SAPONARIA (Ait.) Haw.
   M-21854. Lynwood Road.          Leaves fleshy, spines on margins and upper
 and lower surfaces.
 378587.   ALOE VOGTSII Reynolds
   M-21851.    Lynwood Road.       Leaves mottled with spiny margins.

378588.    AGROPYRON DISTICHUM (Thunb.) Beauv. Gramineae.
From South Africa. Seed presented by J. M. Rhind, Cedara College of
   Agriculture, Natal. Received March 8, 1973.
  M/73/41.

378589 and 378590.
From United States. Seed received by Germplasm Resources Laboratory,
   Agricultural Research Center, Beltsville, Maryland. Source unknown but
   of European origin. Received April 13, 1973.
 378589. CRAMBE ABYSSINICA Hochst. ex R. E. Fries Cruciferae.
 378590.   CRAMBE HISPANICAL.
   Small, finely branched plant.     Fruits tan to dark purple or black.

378591 to 378595.
From Germany. Seed presented by Botanischer Garten der Technischen
   Hoschschule Am Fasanengarte, Land Baden-Wuttemberg. Received Au-
   gust 18, 1972.
 378591.   PAPAVER ARGEMONE L.       Papaveraceae.
 378592.   PAPAVER HYBRIDUM L.
 378593.   PAPAVER ORIENTALE L.                                  Oriental poppy.
 378591.   PAPAVER RHOEAS L.                                        Corn poppy.
 378595.   PAPAVER SOMNIFERUM L.                                  Opium poppy.

378596 to 378609.     SlMMONDSIA CHINENSIS (Link.) C. Schneid
    Buxaceae.                                            Jojoba.
From Israel. Seed presented by M. Forti, Division of Life Sciences, Negev
   Institute for Arid Zone Research, Beer Sheva. Code numbers refer to
   individual plant numbers. Received April 2, 1973.
   378596. 879/55.                    378600. 879/89.
   378597. 879/60.                    378601. 879/154.
   378598. 879/70.                    378602. 1125/79.
   378599. 879/85.                    378603. 1176 No. 3/5.
46                      PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

378596 to 378609^Continued
 378604.   1176 No. 3/12.               378607.   1180 1/41.
 378605.   1176 No. 3/37.               378608.   1180 Q/104.
 378606.   1176 No. 3/48.               378609.   1180 Q/106.

378610 to 378642.
From Zaire. Seed collected by W. C. Barnes and forwarded by Economic Section,
    American Consulate, Lubumbashi. Received March 28, 1973.
  378610 to 378617.  CITRULLUS LANATUS (Thunb.) Mansf. Cucurbitaceae.
                                                                 Watermelon.
    378610. Kapango. (one seed)
    378611. Nyanga No. 1. Hard rind.
    378612. Nyanga No. 2. Similar to P.I. 378611.
    378613. Nyanga No. 3.
    378614. Nyanga No. 4.
    378615. Nyanga No. 5.
    378616. Nyanga No. 6.
    378617. Nyanga No. 7.
  378618 to 378623. CUCURBITA MAXIMA Duchesne Cucurbitaceae.         Squash.
    378618. Lodja. No. 1.                378621. Moma. No. 2.
    378619. Lodja. No. 2.                378622. Nyanga.
    378620. Moma. No. 1.                 378623. Wimbo.
  378624 to 378629. CUCURBITA PEPO L.                              Pumpkin.
    378624. Kananga.
    378625. Kapanga.
    378626. Moma.
    378627. Sandoa. No. 1.
    378628. Sandoa. No. 2. Edible seed.
    378629. Weimbo.
  378630 and 378631. HIBISCUS ESCULENTUS L. Malvaceae.                 Okra.
    378630. Mauma.
    378631. Sandoa.
  378632. LYCOPERSICON ESCULENTUM Mill. Solanaceae.                  Tomato.
    Mauma.
  378633. PHASEOLUS LUNATUS L. Leguminosae.                       Lima bean.
    Kapango.
  378634 to 378636. PHASEOLUS VULGARIS L.                      Common bean.
    378634. Chinese pole bean.
    378635. Kapango. Black seed.
    378636. Kapango. Mixture of several colors.
  378637. VIGNA ANGULARIS (Willd.) Ohwi and Ohashi      Leguminosae.
                                                                 Adsuki bean.
    Kapango.
  378638. VIGNA RADIATA (L.) Wilczek                              Mungbean*
     Lodjo.
                   JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                         47

378610 to 378642—Continued
 378639 to 378642. VIGNA UNGUICULATA (L.) Walp.                      Cowpea.
   378639. Lodjo. Chinese snap cowpea. Black seed.
   378640. Kapanga. Seed brown.
   378641. Mauma. Mixed sample from one field.
   378642. Sandoa. Seed buff color.

378643. ALYSSUM SZOVITSIANUM F i s c h . & Mey.              Cruciferae.
From Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seed presented by Botanical Garden,
   Academy of Sciences, Tashkent, Uzbek. Code number refers to 1972 Index
   Seminum. Received December 7, 1972.
  No. 233.

378644 and 378645.
From Rhodesia. Seed presented by Senior Pasture Research Officer, Grasslands
    Research Station, Marandellas. Received March 9, 1973.
  378644. DOLICHOS KILIMANDSCHARICUS Taub. Leguminosae.
    Natural grassland area near Marandellas.
  378645. LOTONONIS BAINESII Baker Leguminosae.
    Origin unknown. Composite sample of accessions selected for resistance to
  Meloidogyne javanica.

378646.   LAMARCKIA AUREA (L.) Moench           Gramineae.
From Netherlands. Seed presented by Botanic Garden, University of Leiden,
   Leiden. Received March 20, 1973.

378647.    CAPSICUM ANNUUM L. Solanaceae.                    Pimento.
From India. Seed presented by Office of Agricultural Attache, American
    Embassy, New Delhi. Received March 2, 1973.
  India Seed House, Delhi. Giant bell type. Commercial lot.

378648 and 378649.
From Sweden. Seed presented by Botanical Garden, University of Uppsala,
    Uppsala. Received March 26, 1973.
  378648. BRIZA MAXIMA L. Gramineae.                 Big quaking grass.
  378649. LAGURUS OVATUS L. Gramineae.                 Rabbittail grass.

378650 and 378651.
From United States. Plants presented by Mirlin Corporation, Hudson, Massa-
    chusetts. Received March 26, 1973.
  378650. DIOSCOREOPHYLLUM CUMMINSII (Stapf) Diels Menispermaceae.
    Slender vine somewhat resembling Dioscorea. Edible tubers resemble
  small yams. Fruit red, in grapelike clusters of 50 to 100. The tough outer
  skin of berry encloses an intensely sweet, white, semisolid mucilaginous
  material which surrounds a friable, thorny seed. Tubers, stems, and bark
  used medicinally.
  378651. THAUMATOCOCCUS DANIELLII (Benn.) Benth. Marantaceae.
    Large leaves used in Africa for wrapping food products. Fruit fleshy,
48                    PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

378650 and 378651—Continued
 composed of two or three triangular lobes, each containing three large black
 seeds with light yellow aril at the base, surrounded by transparent jelly.
 Chewed seeds taste very sweet and, for an hour or so afterwards, cause sour
 materials to taste very sweet.

378652.   BRACHIARIA EMINII        (Mez) Robyns        Gramineae.
From United States. Seed presented by National Plant Materials Center, Soil
   Conservation Service, Beltsville, Maryland. Received March 9, 1973.
  BN-19641-66. Georgia Plant Materials Center No. AM-1602. 1970.

378653.   BRIZA   MINOR L.      Gramineae.          Little quaking grass.
From France. Seed presented by Botanic Garden, Nantes.              Received
   March 30, 1973.
378654. MAHONIA LOMARIIFOLIA T a k e d a           Berberidaceae.
From British Columbia. Plants presented by J. McPhail, Botanical Garden,
    University of British Columbia, Vancouver. Received April 23, 1973.
  'Buckland'.

378655 to 378681.    GLYCINE MAX (L.) M e r r .       Leguminosae.
                                                                  Soybean.
From Bulgaria. Seed presented by Director, Institute of Genetics and Plant
    Breeding, Sofia. Received March 8, 1973.
  378655. 'Besarabka 724'.
  378656. 'Besarabka 4731'.
  378657. 'Dikcistusaja'.
  378658. 'Dnepropetrovsk 12'.
  378659. 'Dobrudzanka V 4731'. Seed small.
  378660. 'Dobrudzanka elita'. Seed small.
  378661. 'Dobrudzanski stambovij 4752'. Brown seed.
  378662. 'Drebna ungarska'.
  378663. 'Habarovskaja II'. Brownish tan oblong seed.
  378664. 'Hersonskaja 2'. Seed more oblong than round.
  378665. 'II g-1-5'. Hungary.
  378666. 'II g-1-55'. Hungary.
  378667. 'II g-1-62'. Hungary.
  378668. 'K-5057'.
  378669. 'K-5058'.
  378670. 'Kisinevskaja 1'.
  378671. 'Lanka'.
  378672. 'Nepoloeaustaj a'.
  378673. 'Nigra'. Black seed.
  378674. 'Pavlikeni 519'. Bulgaria.
  378675. 'Peremoga'.
  378676. 'Primorskaja 500'.
  378677. 'Primorskaja 508'.
                    JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                       49
378655 and 378651—Continued
 378678.    'Staroukrainskaja'.
 378679.   Tokio Noir'. Black seed.
 378680.   'VNIIMK 9186'.
 378681.    'Zarja'.
378682 to 378709.
Prom Japan. Seed presented by Juro Fukui, Faculty of Agriculture, Iwate
    University, Morioka. Received March 30, 1973.
  378682 to 378702. GLYCINE SOJA Sieb. & Zucc. Leguminosae.          Soybean.
    378682. A-3. Kariwano, Akita Prefecture. 1969.
    378683. A-5. Nonoichi, Ishikawa Prefecture. 1969.
    378684. A-^8. Kitamoto, Saitama Prefecture. 1969.
    378685. A-9. Kikuma, Ehime Prefecture. 1969.
    378686. A-10. Tosashimizu, Kochi Prefecture. 1969.
    378687. A-13. Nishigoshi, Kumamoto Prefecture. 1969.
    378688. A-15. Kashiwara, Nara Prefecture. 1969.
    378689. A-16. Takada, Niigata Prefecture. 1969.
    378690. A-18. Okawa, Fukuoka Prefecture. 1969.
    378691. A-19. Kushima, Miyazaki Prefecture. 1969.
    378692. A-21. Morioka, Iwate Prefecture. 1969.
    378693. C-17. Miyagi Prefecture. Livestock Experiment Station, Min-
       istry of Agriculture and Forestry, Chiba. 1970.
    378694. D-2. Ibaragi Prefecture. Livestock Experiment Station,
       Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Chiba. 1970.
    378695. D-6. Chiba Prefecture. Livestock Experiment Station, Ministry
       of Agriculture and Forestry, Chiba. 1970.
    378696. D-7. Shimane Prefecture. Livestock Experiment Station, Min-
       istry of Agriculture and Forestry, Chiba. 1970.
    378697. E-l. Hirosaki, Aomori Prefecture. 1971.
    378698. E-15. Oshino, Yamanashi Prefecture. 1971.
    378699. E-16. Hoya, Tokyo Prefecture. 1971.
    378700. E-19. Murayama, Yamagata Prefecture. 1971.
    378701. E-20. Morioka, Iwate Prefecture. 1971.
    378702. E-21. Morioka, Iwate Prefecture. 1971.
  378703 to 378707. GLYCINE TABACINA Benth
    378703. 'Chinchila'. From Australia. 1967.
    37870*. 'Formosa No. 4\ Chukyo University, Formosa. 1968.
    378705. 'Giken'. National Institute of Agricultural Science, Hiratuka.
       1968.
    378706. 'Helidon*. National Institute of Agricultural Science, Hiratuka.
       1968.
               'Hutton'. Cunningham Laboratory, Brisbane, Australia. 1968.
     378707.
  378708 and 378709. GLYCINE TOMENTELLA Hayata
     378708. 'Eskdale'. Cunningham Laboratory, Brisbane, Australia. 1968.
     378709. 'Inverelle'. Cunningham Laboratory, Brisbane, Australia. 1968.
50                     PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

378710. OciMUM GRATISSIMUM L.            Labiatae.
From Pakistan. Seed presented by F. J. Williams, Research Advisor, United
   States Agency for International Development, Islamabad. Received
   March 29, 1973.
  Lyallpur.

378711.    GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM L.           M a l v a c e a e . Upland cotton.
From Afghanistan. Seed presented by D. G. Strong, Agronomy Advisor, United
    States Agency for International Development, Kabul. Received March 14,
    1973.
  '47-27'.   Kunduz area. Russian origin. Early maturing.

378712 to 378865.     AVENA STERILIS L.         Gramineae.
                                                            Animated oats.
From Israel. Seed presented by I. Wahl, Division of Mycology and Plant
    Pathology, Department of Botany, Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv under Public
    Law 480 Project A10-CR-102. Received April 5, 1973.
  378712. TS 308. Eilabun, Lower Galilee.
  378713. TS 309. Eilabun, Lower Galilee.
  378714. TS 315a. Eilabun, Lower Galilee.
  378715. TS 318. Eilabun, Lower Galilee.
  378716. TS 319. Eilabun, Lower Galilee.
  378717. TS 320. Eilabun, Lower Galilee.
  378718. TS 322. Eilabun, Lower Galilee.
  378719. TS 329. Eilabun, Lower Galilee.
  378720. TS 330. Eilabun, Lower Galilee.
  378721. TS 331. Eilabun, Lower Galilee.
  378722. TS 332. Eilabun, Lower Galilee.
  378723. TS 333. Eilabun, Lower Galilee.
  378724. TS 336. En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
  378725. TS 355. Bat Shelomo, Menashe Plateau.
  378726. TS 412. En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
  378727. TS 414. En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
  378728. TS 416. En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
  378729. TS 417. En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
  378730. TS 419. En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
  378731. TS 420. En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
  378732. TS 423. En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
  378733. TS 444. En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
  378734. TS 447. En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
  378735. TS 448. En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
  378736. TS 449. En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
  378737. TS 450. En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
  378738. TS 453. En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
  378739. TS 484. En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
  378740. TS 487. En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
  378741. TS 490. En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
  378742. TS 491. En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
                   JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973        51
378712 to i5788 65—
   378743.   TS 496.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378744.   TS 497.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378745.   TS 502.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378746.   TS 503.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378747.   TS 504.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378748.   TS 518.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378749.   TS 520.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378750.   TS 523.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378751.   TS 534.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378752.   TS 536.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378753.   TS 557.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378754.   TS 579.    Har Hazon, Lower Galilee.
   378755.   TS 594.    Merom Golan, Golan Heights.
   378756.   TS 595.    Merom Golan, Golan Heights.
   378757.   TS 596.    Merom Golan, Golan Heights.
   378758.   TS 597.    Merom Golan, Golan Heights.
   378759.   TS 598.    Merom Golan, Golan Heights.
   378760.   TS 599.    Merom Golan, Golan Heights.
   378761.   TS 601.    Merom Golan, Golan Heights.
   378762.   TS 602.    Merom Golan, Golan Heights.
   378763.   TS 603.    Merom Golan, Golan Heights.
   378764.   TS 604.    Merom Golan, Golan Heights.
   378765.   TS 605.    Yoqneam, Valley of Esdraeolon.
   378766.   TS 1072.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378767.   TS 1079.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378768.   TS 1081.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378769.   TS 1086.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378770.   TS 1089.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378771.   TS 1094.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378772.   TS 1095.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378773.   TS 1098.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378774.   TS 1099.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378775.   TS 1101.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378776.   TS 1148.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378777.   TS 1156.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378778.   TS 1157.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378779.   TS 1167.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378780.   TS 1169.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378781.   TS 1236.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378782.   TS 1308.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378783.   TS 1309.    En Hashofet, Menashe Plateau.
   378784.   TS 1824.    Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
   378785.   TS 1825.    Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
   378786.   TS 1826.    Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
   378787.   TS 1827.    Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
   378788.   TS 1828.    Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
52                     PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

378712 to 378865—Continued
 378789.   TS 1829.   Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378790. TS 1831.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378791. TS 1832.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378792. TS 1834.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378793. TS 1836.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378794. TS 1839.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378795. TS 1842.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378796. TS 1846.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378797. TS 1847.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378798. TS 1848.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378799. TS 1849.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378800. TS 1851.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378801. TS 1852.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378802. TS 1853.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378803. TS 1854.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378804. TS 1855.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378805. TS 1856.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378806. TS 1857.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378807. TS 1858.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378808. TS 1859.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378809. TS 1861.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378810. TS 1863.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378811. TS 1866.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378812. TS 1867.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378813. TS 1872.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378814. TS 1873.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378815. TS 1874.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378816. TS 1875.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378817. TS 1876.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378818. TS 1877.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378819. TS 1879.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378820. TS 1881.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378821. TS 1883.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378822. TS 1888.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378823. TS 1904.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378824. TS 1922.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378825. TS 1923.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378826. TS 1925.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378827. TS 1933.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378828. TS 1934.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378829. TS 1935.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378830. TS 1939.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378831. TS 1941.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau.
 378832. TS 1943.     Nahal-Tut, Menashe Plateau,
                      JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                     53
378712 to 378865—Continued
 378833.   TS 1944.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378834.   TS 1971.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378835.   TS 7194.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378836.   TS 7195.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378837.   TS 7196.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378838.   TS 7198.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378839.   TS 7199.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378840.   TS 7201.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378841.   TS 7203.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378842.   TS 7205.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378843.   TS 7213.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378844.   TS 7216.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378845.   TS 7219.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378846.   TS 7223.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378847.   TS 7225.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378848.   TS 7229.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378849.   TS 7231.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378850.   TS 7232.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378851.   TS 7233.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378852.   TS 7237.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378853.   TS 7238.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378854.   TS 7242.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378855.   TS 7243.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378856.   TS 7245.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378857.   TS 7246.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378858.   TS 7248.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378859.   TS 7249.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378860.   TS 7259.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378861.   TS 7260.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378862.   TS 7261.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378863.   TS 7268.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378864.   TS 7269.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
 378865.   TS 7280.    Nahal-Tut,   Menashe   Plateau.
378866.    ARACHIS HYPOGAEA L.            Leguminosae.            Peanut.
From Pakistan. Seed presented by F. J. Williams, Research Advisor, United
    States Agency for International Development, Islamabad. Received
    April 4, 1973.
  'G-15\ Tandojam, Sind Province.

378867 to 378869.      VOANDZEIA SUBTERRANEA Thou, ex DC.              Le-
  guminosae.
From South Africa. Seed presented by T. C. Nel, Plant Introduction Officer,
    Department of Agricultural Technical Services, Pretoria. Received
    April 17, 1973.
  378867. Black seed. Grown in eastern Transvaal by Bantu. Local name
    "Ditloo."
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378867 to 378869^-Continued
  378868. Tan seed with slight mixture of dark brown mottling.   Locality simi-
    lar to P.I. 378867.
  378869. Dark red seed. Locality similar to P.I. 378867.

378870.    GLYCINE CLANDESTINA Wendl. Leguminosae.
From Japan. Seed presented by Jeru Fukni, Faculty of Agriculture, Iwate
   University, Morioka. Received March 30, 1973.
  No data.

378871. AVENA SATIVA L. G r a m i n e a e .          Common oat.
From Netherlands. Seed presented by A. C. Zeven, Institute of Plant
      Breeding, Wageningen. Received March 21, 1973.
  'Zandster'.
378872 to 378875.     SOLANUM TUBEROSUM L.              Solanaceae.
                                                                     Potato.
From Germany. Tubers presented by Hans Ross, Max-Planck Institut fur
    Zuchtungsforschung, Koln-Volgelsang. Received March 22, 1973.
  378872. 'Cosima'.                   378874. M.P.T.-65.469/77.
  378873. 'Feldeslohn'.               378875. M.P.T.-66.1044/112.
378876.    ORYZA SATIVA L.        Gramineae.                            Rice.
From Italy. Seed presented by Istituto Sperimentale per la Cerealicoltura,
   Vercelli. Received July 21, 1972.
  FAO No. 30.684. 'Redi'.
378877. LUNARIA ANNUA L.           Cruciferae.
From United States. Seed presented by F. R. Earle, Industrial Crops
   Laboratory, Northern Regional Research Laboratory, Peoria, Illinois. Re-
   ceived February 13, 1973.
  Original source unknown.

378878 to 378880.
From South Africa. Seed presented by Plant Introduction Officer, Division of
    Seed Control, Department of Agricultural Technical Services, Pretoria.
    Received March 8, 1973.
  378878 and 378879. CENCHRUS CILIARIS L. Gramineae.             Buffelgrass.
    378878. M/73/32. 'West Messina'.
    378879. M/73/33. 'Roedtan'.
  378880. PANICUM DEUSTUM Thunb. Gramineae.
    M/67/217.

378881.   BRIZA MINOR L. Gramineae.             Little quaking grass.
From France. Seed presented by Botanic Garden, Institut National Agrono-
   mique, Paris-Grignon. Received March 30, 1973.

378882 and 378883. DAUCUS CAROTA L. Umbelliferae. Carrot.
From Germany. Seed presented by Carl Sperling Company, Seedsmen,
    Luneburg. Received May 1, 1973.
  378882. 'Konfrix'.
  378883. 'Kundulus'.
                     JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                       55

378884 t o 378892.   VlGNA RADIATA (L.) Wilczek L e g u m i n o s a e .
                                                              Mungbean.
From Thailand. Seed presented by E. E. Watt, University of Kentucky-United
    States Agency for International Development Contract Team, Tha Phra,
    Khon Kaen. Received April 12, 1973.
  378884. 'Ban Mai Sumrong'. Chainat.
  378885. 'Glossy Green'. Chainat.
  378886. 'M-7-A' Chainat.
  378887. 'M-21-E'. Chainat.
  378888. <MG-55\ Chainat.
  378889. 'MG-55-3'. Northeast Agricultural Center.
  378890. Local 1. Tan pod.
  378891. Local 2. Black pod.
  378892. Market in Los Banos, Philippines.

378893 to 378896.      HELIANTHUS ANNUUS L.           Compositae.
                                                             Sunflower.
From Argentina. Seed presented by Sam Hyland, Morgan Criadero y Semillero.
    Santa Ursula S.A., Buenos Aires. Received April 13, 1973.
  378893. 'Cordobes INTA*. Seed medium small, pronounced gray striping.
  378894. 'Guayacan INTA\ Seed medium, very light grayish* color.
  378895. 'Impira INTA\ Seed medium small, light colored.
  378896. Tehuen'. Seed medium large, black.
378897.     SACCHARUM OFFICINARUM L .         G r a m i n e a e . Sugarcane.
From Australia. Cuttings presented by The Colonial Sugar Refining Company,
    Ltd., Sydney. Received May 14, 1973.
  'HG 409'.
378898.   ORYZA SATIVA L. Gramineae.                            Rice.
From United States. Seed presented by W. 0. Mcllrath, Rice Experiment
   Station, Crowley, Louisiana. Received April 20, 1973.
  Country of origin unknown. Reported aromatic type.

378899 and 378900.    CYPERUS ESCULENTUS L. Cyperaceae.
From United Arab Republic. Corms presented by D. M. Stewart, Project
    Manager, Field Crop Improvement, Food and Agriculture Organization,
    Cairo. Received April 4, 1973.
  378899. Dokki Vegetable Center. Spanish variety with larger corms than
    commercial lots.
  378900. Tanta vegetable market.
378901 to 378923.      TRITICUM AESTIVUM       L.    Gramineae.
                                                        Common wheat.
From Philippines. Seed presented by P.B. Escuro, College of Agriculture, Uni-
    versity of The Philippines, College, Laguna. Received April 11, 1973.
  378901. 1444. Chile.                    378906. 4321. Chile.
  378902. 1564.    Chile.                 378907. 6685. Chile.
  378903. 1790. Chile.                    378908. 13034. Colombia.
  378904. 2893. Chile.                    378909. 13120. Colombia.
  378905. 4073. Chile.                    378910. 13340. Colombia.
56                     PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

378901 to 378923—(Continued)
 378911.   13417. Colombia.             378918.    C4(M. Los Banos.
 378912.   13440. Colombia.             378919.    C45-1. Los Banos.
 378913.   13596. Colombia.             378920.    F x A-188-67. Australia
 378914.   14298. Colombia.             378921.    'Fiorello*. Australia.
 378915.   18127. Origin unknown.       378922.    'Florence' x 'Aurore'.
 378916.   C34-2. Los Banos.                         Australia.
 378917.   C38-1. Los Banos.             378923.   'Neveh Yaar\ Israel.

378924 to 378938.
From Japan. Seed presented by H. Uyeki, Agricultural College, Ehime
    University, Matuyama. Received March 26, 1973.
 378924. AKEBIA QUINATA Decne. Lardizabalaceae.
    Ozu, Ehime.
 378925. CEPHALOTAXUS DRUPACEA Sieb. & Zucc. Taxaceae.
    Ozu, Ehime.
  378926. CHIMONANTHUS PRAECOS (L.) Link Calycanthaceae.
  378927. CINNAMOMUM JAPONICUM Siebold Lauraceae.
    Kagoshima, Kyushu.
  378928. EUONYMUS SIEBOLDIANA Blume Celastraceae.
    Kagoshima, Kyushu.
  378929. EURYA JAPONICA Thunb. Theaceae.
    Kagoshima.
  378930. HOMOIOCELTIS ASPERA (Thunb.) Blumb Ulmaceae.
    Hiroshima.
  378931. MICHELIA COMPRESSA (Maxim.) Sarg. Magnoliaceae.
    Hiroshima.
  378932. NEOLITSEA SERICEA (Blume) Koidz. Lauraceae.
    Ehime.
 378933.   PINUS BUNGEANA ZUCC.    ex Endl.     Pinaceae.
   Seoul, Korea.
 378934. PITTOSPORUM TOBIRA (Willd.) Ait. Pittosporaceae.
   Kagoshima, Kyushu.
 378935. RAPHIOLEPIS UMBELLATA (Thunb.) Makino Rosaceae.
   Hiroshima.
 378936.   SMILAX SIEBOLDII Miq.   Liliaceae.
   Kagoshima, Kyushu.
 378937. STACHYURUS PRAECOX Sieb. & Zucc. Stachyuraceae.
   Kagoshima.
 378938. STYRAX JAPONICA Sieb. & Zucc. Styracaceae.
   Kagoshima.
378939.    CANNABIS SATIVA L.          Moraceae.                     Hemp.
From United States. Seed grown 1954 at South Farm, Plant Industry Station,
    Beltsville, Maryland. Received May 1, 1973.
  B-51119 Glenn Dale. Kentucky monoecious.
378940.    PAPVER BRACTEATUM Lindl.                Papaveraceae.
                                                       Great scarlet poppy.
From Iran.    Seed presented to D. W. Fishier, National Program Staff,
                   JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                          57

378940—Continued
    Agricultural Research Center, Beltsville, Maryland by I. Lalezari, Univer-
    sity of Tehran, Tehran. Received May 11, 1973.
  Near Iran-Iraq border, Baneh, East Iran. Stems said to contain 0.8-percent
thebaine. Capsules larger than typical P. bracteatum from higher altitudes.
Seed produced at about 600 m. altitude.

378941 and 378942.
From Belgium. Seed presented by Rijks University, Gent. Received May 17,
    1973.
  378941. PAPAVER BRACTEATUM Lindl. Papaveraceae.      Great scarlet poppy.
    784.
  378942. PAPAVER ORIENTALE L.                             Oriental poppy.
    785.

378943 to 378946.
From Belgium. Seed presented by Botanical Garden, Antwerp. Received
    April 6, 1973.
  378943. PAPAVER BRACTEATUM Lindl. Papaveraceae.  Great scarlet poppy.
  378944.   PAPAVER OREOPHILUM Rupr.
  378945.   PAPAVER PILOSUM Sibth. & Sm.
  378946.   PAPAVER SOMNIFERUM L.                                Opium poppy.

378947.     PAPAVER ORIENTALE        L.    Papaveraceae.
                                                       Oriental poppy.
From Yugoslavia. Seed presented by Botanical Garden, Ljubljana.      Received
   April 20, 1973.
378948.     PAPAVER ORIENTALE        L.    Papaveraceae.
                                                       Oriental poppy.
From India.    Seed presented by B. P. Pal, New Delhi.   Received October 20,
   1972.
378949. GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM L . M a l v a c e a e . Upland cotton.
From India. Seed presented by Division of Plant Introduction, Indian
    Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi. Received May 4, 1973.
  'Hybrid-4\ Gujarat.
378950. HIBISCUS CANNABINUS L. Malvaceae.                           Kenaf.
From Korea. Seed presented by J. H. Ree, Director, Research Bureau, Office of
    Rural Development, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Suwon. Re-
    ceived April 23, 1973.
  'Suke No. 2\ Selection from G-38F.

378951.     GOSSYPIUM POPULIFOLIUM (Benth.) F . Muell. ex Tod.
  Malvaceae.
From Australia. Seed presented by Genetic Resources Section, Commonwealth
   Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Canberra. Received
   April 10, 1973.
  W.990.

378952.   HIBISCUS ABELMOSCHUS L. Malvaceae.
From India. Seed presented by Division of Plant Introduction, Indian
    Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi. Received April 3, 1973.
  E.C. 1502.
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378953.   PENNISETUM LATIFOLIUM Spreng. Gramineae.
From England. Seed presented by Botanic Garden, University of Oxford,
   Oxford. Received April 9, 1973.
378954. PHALARIS ARUNDINACEA f. VARIEGATA (Parnell) Druce
  Gramineae.
From England. Seed presented by Department of Botany, Botanic Gardens,
   University of Birmingham, Birmingham. Received April 16, 1973.

378955. HELICTOTRICHON SEMPERVIRENS (Vill.) Pilger
  Gramineae.
From Germany. Seed presented by Botanischer Garten der Stadt Essen,
   Essen. Received April 2, 1973.

378956 to 378960.
From France. Seed presented by Botanic Garden, Institute des Sciences
    Naturelles, Besancon. Received April 2, 1973.
  378956. BRIZA MEDIA L. Gramineae.                          Quaking grass.
  378957. BROMUS MACROSTACHYS Desf. Gramineae.
                                                  Mediterranean bromegrass.
 378958.   BROMUS MADRITENSIS L.
 378959.   LAMARCKIA AUREA (L.) Moench Gramineae.
 378960.   MOLINIA CAERULEA (L.) Moench Gramineae.
378961 and 378962.      ORYZA SATIVA L. Gramineae.                    Rice.
From Spain. Seed presented by Estacion Arrocera de Sueca, Instituto Nacional
    de Investigaciones Agronomicas, Sueca. Received April 20, 1973.
  378961. 'Bahia' (309=4-14-1^).
  378962. 'Sequial' (613=9-5-12-M1).

378963 to 378971.    ORYZA SATIVA L. Gramineae.                  Rice.
From India. Seed presented by T. C. Mohan, Tamil-Nadu Agricultural
    University, Coimbatore, Tamil-Nadu. Received April 19, 1973.
  378963. 'Annapooma'. Pattambi, Kerala.
 378964. 'Aswathy'. Pattambi, Kerala.
  378965. 'Cauvery'. Coimbatore, Tamil-Nadu.
  378966. 'CO-31'. Coimbatore, Tamil-Nadu.
  378967. 'Kanchi'. Coimbatore, Tamil-Nadu.
  378968. 'Karuna'. Coimbatore, Tamil-Nadu.
  378969. 'Ptb. 23\ Pattambi, Kerala.
  378970. 'Rohini'. Pattambi, Kerala.
  378971. 'Triveni'. Pattambi, Kerala.

378972.    PiNUS SYLVESTRIS L.        Pinaceae.               Scotch pine.
From Yugoslavia. Seed presented by Lav Rajevski, Botanist, Biological
   Institute, Yugoslav Academy of Science and Arts, Dubrovnik, under Public
   Law 480 E30-CR-146. Received April 27, 1973.
  Ravna glavica, between Bosanski Petrovac and Ostrelj, Bosnia and
Herzegovina. Elevation 950 m.
                    JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                           59

378973. EULALIA sp. Gramineae.
From Italy. Seed presented by Instituto Botanico dell'Universita, Via
   Guiseppe Colombo, Milano. Received April 13, 1973.

378974.     PHASEOLUS sp.        Leguminosae.
From Colombia. Seed collected by A. S. Barclay, Medicinal Plant Resources
    Laboratory, Agriculture Research Center, Beltsville, Maryland. Received
    April 19, 1973.
  3562. Five km. west of El Salto de Tequendama on road to El Colegio, then
north for 0.5 km. on road to Planta El Salto. Elevation 2,125 m. Herbaceous
vine. Flowers white, turning yellow with age. Scrambling over shrubby
vegetation along road margin. July 1972.

378975 to 378978.
From Canada. Trees presented by Horticultural Research Institute, Vineland
    Station, Ontario. Received April 16, 1973.
  378975 and 378976. PRUNUS ARMENIACA L. Rosaceae.                      Apricot.
    378975. V60072. 'Veecot' x 'Blenheim'. Fruit attractive color, good
      quality, small unless well thinned. Good crop record and has processed
      well. Ripens with 'Veecot'.
    378976. V60102. 'Veecot' x 49024 ('Geneva' x 'Gibb'). Bright attractive
      color similar to 'Veecot'. Fruit medium to large, very good processed,
      holding shape and with good quality. Resistant to splitting and bacterial
      leaf spot. Ripens approximately one week after 'Veecot'.
  378977. PRUNUS AVIUM L.                                         Sweet cherry.
    V35038. Parentage unknown. Large, shiny, dark red, firm, fair to good
  quality sweet cherry with a small pit. Average picking date a day or two later
  than 'Bing'. Less susceptible to cracking than 'Bing' and has been a good
  cropper. In heavy crop years, tends to set in bunches and requires careful
  spraying for brown rot.
  378978. PRUNUS PERSICA (L.) Batsch                                     Peach.
    V55125. 'Sunhigh' x 'Royalvee'. Large, attractive, all over red peach,
  ripening a week after 'Redhaven'. Very slow oxidizer making it a good
  freezer. Processes well.

378979 to 378981.
From Sweden. Seed presented by The Botanical Garden, University of Uppsala,
    Uppsala. Received April 23, 1973.
  378979. PHILADELPHUS DELAVAYI L. Henry Saxifragaceae.
    700. China, H. Smith 34, 12678:2.
  378980. PHILADELPHUS PURPURASCENS (Koehne) Rehder
    704. China, H. Smith 34, 12678:1.
 378981.   PHILADELPHUS SUBCANUS Koehne
    706.   China, H. Smith 34, 12804.
378982 to 378985.      ORYZA SATIVA L.        Gramineae.                 Rice.
From Thailand. Seed presented by B. R. Jackson, Advisor to Rice Department,
    Rockfeller Foundation, Bangkok. Received April 20, 1973.
  378982. 'Daw Leuang 133-3-88'. G.S. 1608.
  378983. 'Gam Pai 15'. G.S. 1603.
  378984. 'Khav Pahk Maw 148'. G.S. 1202.
  378985. 'Leuang Yai 34'. G.S. 248.
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378986 to 378991.     ORYZA SATIVA L. Gramineae.               Rice.
From India. Seed presented by All-India Coordinated Rice Improvement
    Project, Hyderabad. Received May 3, 1973.
  378986. 'IET 1039'.                378989. 'RP 4-14'.
  378987. 'IET 1991'.                378990. 'RP 5-40'.
  378988. 'RP4-2'.                   378991. 'RP 79-23'.

378892 to 379034.
From Peru. Seed collected October-December 1970 by C. M. Rick, Jr.,
    Department of Vegetable Crops, University of California, Davis, California.
    Received February 12, 1973.
  378992 and 378993. LYCOPERSICON ESCULENTUM Mill. Solanaceae.          Tomato.
    378992. LA 1397. Iquitos, Loreto Province.
    378993. LA 1398. Iquitos, Loreto Province. Fruit 5 to 6 cm., flat, fasciated.
 378994 to 379009.   LYCOPERSICON ESCULENTUM var. CERASIFORME (Dun.) A. Gray
     Solanaceae.
   378994. LA 1268. Chaclacayo, Lima Province.
   378995. LA 1287. San Martin de Pangoa, Junin Province.
   378996. LA 1289. San Martin de Pangoa, Junin Province.
   378997. LA 1290. Mazamari, Junin Province.
   378998. LA 1307. San Francisco, Ayacucho Province.
   378999. LA 1308. San Francisco, Ayacucho Province.
   379000. LA 1311. Santa Rosa, Ayacucho Province.
   379001. LA 1312. Paisanato, Ayacucho Province.
   379002. LA 1313. Convento de Sivia, Ayacucho Province.
   379003. LA 1314. Granja Pichari, Ayacucho Province.
   379004. LA 1315. Ayna, Ayacucho Province.
   379005. LA 1334. Pescaderos, Arequipa Province.
   379006. LA 1385. Quincemil, Cuzco Province.
   379007. LA 1386. Balsas, Amazonas Province.
   379008. LA 1387. Quincemil, Cuzco Province.
   379009. LA 1388. San Ramon, Junin Province.
 379010 to 379014. LYCOPERSICON HIRSUTUM Humb. & Bonpl.
   379010. LA 1352. Rope, Cajamarca Province.
   379011. LA 1378. Navan, Lima Province.
   379012. LA 1391. Bagua-Olmos, Cajamarca Province.
   379013. LA 1392. Pariacoto, Ancash Province.
   379014. LA 1395. Casma-Huaraz, Ancash Province.
 379015 to 379018. LYCOPERSICON PERUVIANUM (L.) Mill.
   379015. LA 1305. Ticrapo, Huan-Cavelica Province.
   379016. LA 1350. Chauna, Cajamarca Province.
   379017. LA 1377. Navan, Lima Province.
   379018. LA 1379. Caujul, Lima Province.
 379019 to 379028. LYCOPERSICON PIMPINELLIFOLIUM (Jusl.) Mill.
                                                             Currant tomato.
   379019. LA 1279. Cieneguillo, Lima Province.
   379020. LA 1341. Hacienda Huampani, Lima Province.
                     JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                          61
378892 to 379034—Continued
 379019 to 379028—Continued
   379021. LA 1345. Samne, La Libertad Province.
   379022. LA 1348. Pacasmayo, La Libertad Province.
   379023. LA 1370. San Jose de Palla, Lima Province.
   379024. LA 1371. Santa Eulalia, Lima Province.
   379025. LA 1374. Rio Ingenio, lea Province.
   379026. LA 1380. Chanchape, Piura Province.
   379027. LA 1383. Chachapoyas, Amazonas Province.
   379028. LA 1384. Chilca, Lima Province.
 379029.     LYCOPERSICON sp.
   LA 1306. Tambo, Ayacucho Province.
 379030.     LYCOPERSICON sp.
   LA 1318. Abancay, Apurimac Province.
 379031.     LYCOPERSICON sp.
   LA 1319. Abancay, Apurimac Province.          Typical form.
 379032.     LYCOPERSICON sp.
   LA 1322. Limatambo, Cuzco Province.          Typical form.
 379033.     LYCOPERSICON sp.
   LA 1326. Rio Cachachaca, Apurimac Province.          Typical form.
 379034.     LYCOPERSICON sp.
   LA 1330. Chalhuanca, Apurimac Province.          Typical form.

379035 to 379059.
From Ecuador. Seed collected 1970-71 by C. M. Rick, Jr., Department of
    Vegetable Crops, University of California, Davis, California. Received
    February 12, 1973.
  379035 to 379041. LYCOPERSICON CHEESMANII Riley Solanaceae.
    379035. LA 1404. Caldera, Fernandina, Galapagos.
    379036. LA 1405. Caldera, Fernandina, Galapagos.
    379037. LA 1406. Caldera, Fernandina, Galapagos.
    379038. LA 1407. Caldera, Fernandina, Galapagos.
    379039. LA 1408. Cape Berkeley, Isabela, Galapagos.
    379040. LA 1411. James Bay, Santiago, Galapagos.
    379041. LA 1412. North shore, Cristobal, Galapagos.
 379042.     LYCOPERSICON CHEESMANII f. MINOR (Hook, f.) C. H. Mull.    Tomato.
   LA 1403. Punta Espinoza, Fernandina, Galapagos.
 379013 and 379044. LYCOPERSICON ESCULENTUM Mill.             Tomato.
   379043. LA 1224. Muyo, Napo-Pastaza Province. Small irregular fruit.
   379044. LA 1244. Hacienda Carmela, Guayas Province. Fruit small,
     oblate, 3 to 4 locules.
 379045 to 379055.   LYCOPERSICON ESCULENTUM var. CERASIFORME (Dun.) A. Gray
   379045.    LA 1226.   Sucua, Santiago Province.
   379046.    LA 1227.   Sucua, Santiago Province.
   379047.    LA 1228.   Macas, Santiago Province.
   379048.    LA 1229.   Macas, Santiago Province.
   379049.    LA 1231.   Tena, Napo-Pastaza Province.
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379035 to 379059—Continued
 379045 to 379055-Continued
   379050. LA 1238. Viche, Esmeraldas Province. Fruit 4 cm., oblate, 4
     locules.
   379051. LA 1239. Esmeraldas, Esmeraldas Province. Fruit large, 6 cm.,
     fasciated.
   379052. LA 1241. Esmeraldas, Esmeraldas Province. Fruit 3 to 4 cm.,
     oblate, 4 to 5 locules.
   379053. LA 1338. Puyo, Napo-Pastaza Province.
   379054. LA 1420. Lago Agrio, Napo-Pastaza Province.
   379055. LA 1423. Santo Domingo, Pitchincha Province.
 379056.   LYCOPERSICON HIRSUTUM f. GLABRATUM C. H. Mull.
    LA 1265. Rio Chimbo, Chimborazo Province.
379057 to 379059. LYCOPERSICON PIMPINELLIFOLIUM (Jusl.) Mill. Currant tomato.
    379057. LA 1243. Hacienda Carmela, Guayas Province.
    379058. LA 1247. La Vega, Loja Province.
    379059. LA 1258. Voluntario de Dios, Azuay Province.
379060 and 379061. LYCOPERSICON ESCULENTUM v a r . CERASI-
  FORME (Dun.) A. G r a y
From Colombia. Seed collected March 1971, by C. M. Rick, Jr., Department of
    Vegetable Crops, University of California, Davis, California. Received
    February 12, 1973.
  379060. LA 1425. Villa Hermosa, Valle Colombia Province.
  379061. LA 1426. Cali, Valle Colombia Province.
379062.    ALSTROEMERIA sp.          Amaryllidaceae.
From Costa Rica. Seed presented by R. G. Wilson, San Vito de Java.   Received
   May 16, 1973.
  Red flowered. Originally from Bahia, Brazil.

379063 to 379553.
From Yugoslavia. Seed collected by Lazar Aladzajkov, Faculty of Agriculture
   and Forestry, University of Skopje, under Public Law 480 Project E30-CR-
   33. Received December 29, 1972.
 379063 to 379069.   ALLIUM AMPELOPRASUM L.    Liliaceae.               Leek.
   379063. 2227.     'Prizrenski*. Prizren. Elevation 420 m.
   379064. 2290.     'Ivankovski'. Ivankovic. Elevation 500 m.
   379065. 2342.     'Bogomilski*. Bogomilski. Bogomila. Elevation 479 m.
   379066. 2422.     'Krivolacki'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m.
   379067. 2455.     'Lokalen'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m.
   379068. 2493.     'Mesten\ Skopje. Elevation 240 m.
   379069. 2499.     'Skopski'. Elevation 240 m.
 379070 to 379081.   ALLIUM CEPA                                       Onion.
   379070. 2228.     'Prizrenski*. Prizren. Elevation 420 m. Sets form.
   379071. 2291.     'Veleski'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m. Sets form.
   379072. 2341.     'Domasen'. Bogomila. Elevation 470 m. Sets form.
   379073. 2345.     'Grlest'.    ogomila. Elevation 470 m. Sets form.
   379074. 2411.     'Stipski'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m. Sets form.
                      JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                        63

379063 to 379553—Continued
 379070 to 379081—Continued
   379075. 2423. 'Pogacar'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m. Sets form.
   379076. 2454. 'Klisurski'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m. Sets form.
   379077. 2483. 'Arpadzik'. Nerezi. Elevation 260 m. Sets form.
   379078. 2517. 'Srebrnjak'. Skopje. Elevation 240 m. Pickling form.
   379079. 2528. 'Gradecki'. Gradec. Elevation 520 m. Sets form.
   379080. 2562. 'Lokalen'. Laki. Elevation 750 m. Sets form.
   379081. 2580. 'Arpadzik'. Veljusa. Elevation 400 m. Sets form.
 379082. ANETHUM GRAVEOLENS L. Umbelliferae.                       Dill.
   2226. 'Prizrenski'. Prizren. Elevation 420 m.
 379083 to 379085. APIUM GRAVEOLENS L. Umbelliferae.            Celery.
   379083. 2199. 'Gnjilanski'. Gnjilane. Elevation 510 m.
   379084. 2490. 'Skopski'. Nerezi. Elevation 260 m.
   379085. 2495. 'Nereski'. Skopje. Elevation 240 m.
 379086. ARCTOSTAPHYLOS UVA-URSI Spreng. Ericaceae.
   2639. 'Dolan babina rupa'. Elevation 1,650 m.
 379087 to 379095. ATRIPLEX HORTENSIS L. Chenopodiaceae.  Garden orach.
   379087. 2186. 'Bela'. Carevic. Elevation 460 m.
   379088. 2261. 'Lokalna'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m.
   379089. 2319. 'Visoka'. Teovo. Elevation 350 m.
   379090. 2321. 'Crna'. Teovo. Elevation 350 m.
   379091. 2330. 'Bela'. Bogomila. Elevation 470.
   379092. 2376. 'Lokalna'. Mazucipte. Elevation 640 m.
   379093. 2475. 'Domasna'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m.
   379094. 2486. 'Mestna'. Nerezi. Elevation 260 m.
   379095. 2506. 'Skopska'. Skopje. Elevation 240 m.
 379096 to 379099. BETA VULGARIS L. Chenopodiaceae.          Sugarbeet.
   379096. 2196. 'Cvedlo'. Gnjilane. Elevation 510 m.
   379097. 2233. 'Crveno'. Prizren. Elevation 420 m.
   379098. 2273. 'Jako crveno'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m.
   379099. 2420. 'Crveno okruglo'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m.
 379100 and 379101.    BETA VULGARIS var. CICLA L.                Swiss chard.
   379100. 2232.      'Zelje za pita*. Prizren. Elevation 420 m.
   379101. 2505.      'Skopska'. Skopje. Elevation 240 m.
 379102 and 379103.     BRASSICA NIGRA (L.) Koch Cruciferae.    Black mustard.
   379102. 2584.      'Strumicki'. Veljusa. Elevation 400 m.
   379103. 2594.      'Canaklijski'. Canaklij. Elevation 340 m.
 379104 to 379111.    BRASSICA OLERACEA var. CAPITATA L.             Cabbage.
   379104.   2172.    'Esenski roze'. Ratae. Elevation 385 m.
   379105.   2202.    'Bela'. Gnjilane. Elevation 510 m.
   379106.   2212.    'Lokalna'. Pristina. Elevation 590 m.
   379107.   2340.    Tvrdo seme'. Bogomila. Elevation 470 m.
   379108.   2416.    'Kasna'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m.
   379109.   2429.    'Kasna krupna'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m.
   379110.   2507.    'Zimska'. Skopje. Elevation 240 m.
   379111.   2512.    'Rana'. Skopje. Elevation 240 m.
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379063 to 379553—Continued
 379112 to 379216.   CAPSICUM ANNUUM L. Solanaceae.               Pimento.
   379112. 2156.     'Slonova surla'. Trgoviste. Elevation 600 m.
   379113. 2157.     'Dolga'. Trgoviste. Elevation 600 m.
   379114. 2163.     'Venzenka'. Vranjska Banja. Elevation 350 m. Hot.
   379115. 2164.     'Staklarka'. Vranjska Banja. Elevation 350 m.
   379116. 2167.     'Staro seme\ Vranjska Banja. Elevation 350 m.
   379117. 2175.     'Vezenka'. Dragomance. Elevation 400 m. Hot.
   379118. 2177.     'Dolga'. Dragomance. Elevation 400 m. Hot.
   379119. 2179.     'Bela kapija'. Dragomance. Elevation 400 m.
   379120. 2180.     'Dolga blaga'. Dragomance. Elevation 400 m.
   379121. 2181.     'Dolga'. Dragomance. Elevation 400 m.
   379122. 2184.     'Domasna'. Carevic. Elevation 460 m. Hot.
   379123. 2187.     'Lodalna'. Lukarce. Elevation 620 m.
   379124. 2192.     'Dolga'. Ranilug. Elevation 445 m. Hot.
   379125. 2193.     'Leskovacka'. Zuinci. Elevation 420 m.
   379126. 2204.     'Feferona'. Gnjilane. Elevation 510 m. Hot.
   379127. 2208.     'Babura mesesta'. Stimlje. Elevation 600 m.
   379128. 2210.     'Babura prodolgovata'. Stimlje. Elevation 600 m.
   379129. 2236.     'Crvena'. Gorubinci. Elevation 440 m.
   379130. 2239.     'Vezenka dolga'. Gorubinci. Elevation 440 m. Hot.
   379131. 2240.     'Bela dolga'. Gorubinci. Elevation 440 m. Hot.
   379132. 2250.     'Veleska'. Trstenik. Elevation 630 m.
   379133. 2251.     'Vezenka'. Trstenik. Elevation 630 m. Hot.
   379134. 2269.     'Bela slatka'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m.
   379135. 2270.     'Arnautcinja'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m. Hot.
   379136. 2271.     'Pucoljka'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m. Hot.
   379137. 2272.     'Vezena ljuta'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m. Hot.
   379138. 2281.     'Svetlo zelena'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m. Hot.
   379139. 2283.     'Feferona'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m. Hot.
   379140. 2284.     'Belo-zelena'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m.
   379141. 2285.     'Ljuta'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m. Hot.
   379142. 2308.     'Sipka'. Teovo. Elevation 350 m. Hot.
   379143. 2309.     'Feferona'. Teovo. Elevation 350 m. Hot.
   379144. 2310.     'Bela slatka'. Teovo. Elevation 350 m.
   379145. 2311.     'Crna babura'. Teovo. Elevation 350 m.
   379146. 2326.     'Cuska stara'. Bogomila. Elevation 470 m.
   379147. 2327.     'Feferona zolta'. Bogomila. Elevation 470 m. Hot.
   379148. 2328.     'Sipka ljuta'. Bogomila. Elevation 470 m. Hot.
   379149. 2329.     'Cajcarinja'. Bogomila. Elevation 470 m. Hot.
   379150. 2331.     'Slivovidna'. Bogomila. Elevation 470 m. Hot.
   379151. 2332.     'Feferona crvena'. Bogomila. Elevation 470 m. Hot.
   379152. 2337.     'Vezenka'. Bogomila. Elevation 470 m. Hot.
   379153. 2338.     'Kupasta'. Bogomila. Elevation 470 m.
   379154. 2339.     'Star rog'. Bogomila. Elevation 470 m.
                JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                    65
379063 to 379553—Continued
 379112 to 379216—Continued
   379155. 2348. 'Crvena'. Gostirazni. Elevation 710 m.
   379156. 2351. 'Ljuta'. Gostirazni. Elevation 710 m. Hot.
   379157. 2360. 'Feferona ljuta\ Gostirazni. Elevation 710 m. Hot.
   379158. 2365. 'Dolga za nizenje'. Mazuciste. Elevation 640 m.
   379159. 2366. 'Za tolcenje'. Mazuciste. Elevation 640 m.
   379160. 2367. 'Ljuta'. Mazuciste. Elevation 640 m. Hot.
   379161. 2368. 'Feferona crvena'. Mazuciste. Elevation 640 m. Hot.
   379162. 2375. 'Cresovidna'. Mazuciste. Elevation 640 m. Hot.
   379163. 2382. 'Dolga blaga'. Kolibari. Elevation 680 m.
   379164. 2387. 'Dolga slatka'. Zdunje. Elevation 480 m.
   379165. 2392. 'Dinka kratka'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m. Hot.
   379166. 2393. 'Tip sipka\ Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m. Hot.
   379167. 2394. 'Feferno\ Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m. Hot.
   379168. 2395. 'Vezenka ljuta\ Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m. Hot.
   379169. 2396. *Vezenka'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m.
   379170. 2397. 'Bel piper*. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m.
   379171. 2417. 'Dolga crvena'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m. Hot.
   379172. 2418. 'Crna baburka'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m.
   379173. 2425. 'Sipka crvena'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m. Hot.
   379174. 2430. 'Cresovidna'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m.
   379175. 2431. 'Feferona ljuta'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m. Hot.
   379176. 2433. 'Sivrija'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m.
   379177. 2444. 'Ceresovidna'. Bistrenci. Elevation 140 m. Hot.
   379178. 2445. 'Ranka Veleska'. Bistrenci. Elevation 140 m.
   379179. 2446. 'Feferona'. Bistrenci. Elevation 140 m. Hot.
   379180. 2447. 'Tursijarka'. Bistrenci. Elevation 140 m.
   379181. 2458. 'Kupasta blaga'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m.
   379182. 2459. 'Kupasta'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m. Hot.
   379183. 2460. 'Feferona'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m. Hot.
   379184. 2461. 'Dolga'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m.
   379185. 2463. 'Vezena ljuta'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m. Hot.
   379186. 2464. 'Ostrilki'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m. Hot.
   379187. 2465. 'Klisura. Elevation 310 m. Hot.
   379188. 2469. 'Babura ljuta'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m. Hot.
   379189. 2476. 'Bugarka dolga'. Nerezi. Elevation 260 m.
   379190. 2480. 'Vezenka ljuta'. Nerezi. Elevation 260 m. Hot.
   379191. 2487. 'Vezenka sr.ljuta'. Nerezi. Elevation 260 m. Hot.
   379192. 2510. 'Babura zolta'. Skopje. Elevation 240 m.
   379193. 2513. 'Stojkovska ranka'. Skopje. Elevation 240 m.
   379194. 'Vezenke'. Skopje. Elevation 240 m. Hot.
   379195. 2515. 'Sipka'. Skopje. Elevation 240 m. Hot.
   379196. 2518. 'Vezena ljuta'. Gradec. Elevation 520 m. Hot.
   379197. 2519. 'Zolta dolga'. Gradec. Elevation 520 m. Hot.
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379063 to 379553—Continued
 379112 to 379216—Continued

   379198. 2520.       'Dolga crvena'. Gradec. Elevation 520 m.
   379199. 2521.       'Crvena'. Gradec. Elevation 520 m. Hot.
   379200. 2522.       'Feferona zolta'. Gradec. Elevation 520 m. Hot.
   379201. 2523.       'Tursijka dolga'. Gradec. Elevation 520 m.
   379202. 2524.       'Ranka dolga'. Gradec. Elevation 520 m. Hot.
   379203. 2539.       'Dolga'. Blatec. Elevation 520 m.
   379204. 2540.       'Vezenka'. Blatec. Elevation 520 m. Hot.
   379205. 2550.       'Arnautka'. Blatec. Elevation 520 m. Hot.
   379206. 2552.       'Dinka'. Blatec. Elevation 520 m. Hot.
   379207. 2556.       'Dolga crvena'. Laki. Elevation 750 m.
   379208. 2571.       'Dolga belo-zolta'. Mitrasinci. Elevation 770 m.
   379209. 2574.       'Sipka ljuta'. Mitrasinci. Elevation 770 m. Hot.
   379210. 2575.       'Vezena ljuta'. Mitrasinci. Elevation 770 m. Hot.
   379211. 2576.       'Vezena sr.ljuta'. Veljusa. Elevation 400 m. Hot.
   379212. 2577.       'Feferona zolta'. Veljusa. Elevation 400 m. Hot.
   379213. 2581.       'Feferona ljuta'. Veljusa. Elevation 400 m. Hot.
   379214. 2588.       'Vezenka'. Canaklij. Elevation 340 m. Hot.
   379215. 2595.       'Feferona crvena'. Canaklij. Elevation 340 m. Hot.
   379216. 2596.       'Feferona zolta'. Canaklij. Elevation 340 m. Hot.
 379217 to 379221.     CICER ARIETINUM L.   Leguminosae.             Chickpea.
   379217. 2246.       'Gorubinski'. Gorubinci. Elevation 440 m.
   379218. 2288.       'Ivankovski'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m.
   379219. 2415.       'Dragoevski'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m.
   379220. 2472.       'Klisurski'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m.
   379221. 2566.       'Pesak'. Mitrasinci. Elevation 770 m.
 379222 to 379257.     CITRULLUS LANATUS (Thunb.) Mansf.   Cucurbitaceae.
                                                                  Watermelon.
     379222.   2194.   'Staro seme'. Prilepnica. Elevation 510 m.
     379223.   2195.   'Banatska'. Prilepnica. Elevation 510 m.
     379224.   2241.   'Sredno golema'. Gorubinci. Elevation 440 m.
     379225.   2242.   'Bela'. Gorubinci. Elevation 440 m.
     379226.   2255.   'Mala'. Trstenik. Elevation 630 m.
     379227.   2265.   'Bakarka'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m.
     379228.   2266.   'Zolta'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m.
     379229.   2301.   'Sarena'. Mamutcevo. Elevation 400 m.
     379230.   2303.   'Temno Zelena'. Mamutcevo. Elevation 400 m.
     379231.   2314.   'Mrezasto zelena'. Teovo. Elevation 350 m.
     379232.   2316.   'Sarena'. Teovo. Elevation 350 m.
     379233.   2317.   'Sarena'. Teovo. Elevation 350 m.
     379234.   2323.   'Zimna'. Teovo. Elevation 350 m.
     379235.   2357.   'Zeleno-sarenikava'. Gostirazni. Elevation 710 m.
     379236.   2358.   'Crna kora'. Gostirazni. Elevation 710 m.
                      JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                    67
379063 to 379553—Continued
 379222 to 379257—Continued

   379237. 2369.   'Okrugla'. Mazuciste. Elevation 640 m.
   379238. 2370.   'Zelkarka'. Mazuciste. Elevation 640 m.
   379239. 2371.   'Zimorka'. Mazuciste. Elevation 640 m.
   379240. 2388.   'Lokalna'. Zdunje. Elevation 480 m.
   379241. 2400.   'Bakarka'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m.
   379242. 2404.   'Zimnica'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m.
   379243. 2406.   'Slatkarka'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m.
   379244. 2438.   'Zimna'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m.
   379245. 2339.   'Ranka'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m.
   379246. 2442.   'Letna'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m.
   379247. 2449.   'Koresta'. Bistrenci. Elevation 140 m.
   379248. 2450.   'Okrugla'. Bistrenci. Elevation 140 m.
   379249. 2451.   'Zimna'. Bistrenci. Elevation 140 m.
   379250. 2503.   'Zimna'. Skopje. Elevation 240 m.
   379251. 2508.   'Slatkarka'. Skopje. Elevation 240 m.
   379252. 2533.   'Zimna'. Gradec. Elevation 520 m.
   379253. 2535.   'Letna'. Gradec. Elevation 520 m.
   379254. 2545.   'Zimska'. Blatec. Elevation 520 m.
   379255. 2554.   'Letna'. Laki. Elevation 750 m.
   379256. 2591.   'Zimna'. Canaklij. Elevation 340 m.
   379257. 2598.   'Sarena'. Suldulchi. Elevation 420 m.
 379258 and 379259.  CORNUS MAS L. Cornaceae.             Cornelian-cherry.
   379258. 2635.   Bojanski bacila.
   379259. 2636.   Bojanski bacila.
 379260. CRATAEGUS MONOGYNA Jacq. Rosaceae.              English hawthorn.
   2638. Modric. Elevation 650 m.
 379261. CRATAEGUS ORIENTALIS Pall, ex Bieb.               Silver hawthorn.
   2637. Galicica, Samar. Elevation 1,400 m.
 379262 to 379277. CUCUMIS MELO L. Cucurbitaceae.               Muskmelon.
   379262. 2169.   'Lokalna'. Ratae. Elevation 385 m.
   379263. 2252. 'Vezenka'. Trstenik. Elevation 630 m.
   379264. 2256. 'Skoravka'. Trstenik. Elevation 630 m.
   379265. 2258. 'Badatka'. Trstenik. Elevation 630 m.
   379266. 2259. 'Badatka'. Trstenik. Elevation 630 m.
   379267. 2268. 'Zimska'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m.
   379268. 2287. 'Badatka'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m.
   379269. 2304. 'Glatka'. Mamutcevo. Elevation 400 m.
   379270. 2320. 'Mestna'. Teovo. Elevation 350 m.
   379271. 2372. 'Letnica'. Mazuciste. Elevation 640 m.
   379272. 2373. 'Bademka'. Mazuciste. Elevation 640 m.
   379273. 2389. 'Lokalna'. Zdunje. Elevation 480 m.
   379274. 2399. 'Zimnica'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m.
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379063 to 379553—Continued
 379262 to 379277—Continued
   379275. 2534. 'Gradecka'. Gradec. Elevation 520 m.
   379276. 2546. 'Zimna'. Blatec. Elevation 520 m.
   379277. 2590. 'Koravka'. Canaklij. Elevation 340 m.
 378278 to 379287. CUCUMIS SATIVUS L.                      Cucumber.
   379278. 2168.   'Lokalna'. Ratae. Elevation 385 m.
   379279. 2185. 'Sredno-dolga'. Carevic. Elevation 460 m.
   379280. 2207. 'Bela'. Stimlje. Elevation 600 m.
   379281. 2222. 'Dolga'. Pristina. Elevation 590 m.
   379282. 2275. 'Dolga'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m.
   379283. 2344. 'Krupna'. Bogomila. Elevation 470 m.
   379284. 2352. 'So rebra\ Gostirazni. Elevation 710 m.
   379285. 2511. 'Kornisoni'. Skopje. Elevation 250 m.
   379286. 2531. 'Vinicka'. Gradec. Elevation 520 m.
   379287. 2555. 'Krupna'. Laid. Elevation 750 m.
 379288 to 379305. CUCURBITA MAXIMA Duchesne                 Squash.
   379288. 2282. 'Pecenka'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m.
   379289. 2318. 'Stambolska'. Teovo. Elevation 350 m.
   379290. 2346. 'Stambolka'. Bogomila. Elevation 470 m;
   379291. 2364. 'Pecenka'. Mazurciste. Elevation 640 m.
   379292. 2405. 'Pecenka'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m.
   379293. 2440. 'Pecalka'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m.
   379294. 2448. 'Pecenka'. Bistrenci. Elevation 140 m.
   379295. 2482. 'Pecenka'. Nerezi. Elevation 260 m.
   379296. 2485. 'Stambolka*. Nerezi. Elevation 260 m.
   379297. 2501. 'Pecenka'. Skopje. Elevation 240 m.
   379298. 2530. 'Balka'. Gradec. Elevation 520 m.
   379299. 2536. 'Balka'. Gradec. Elevation 520 m.
   379300. 2547. 'Balka'. Blatec. Elevation 520 m.
   379301. 2548. 'Balka'. Blatec. Elevation 520 m.
   379302. 2553. 'Prstesta'. Laki. Elevation 750 m.
   379303. 2561. 'Pecenka'. Laki. Elevation 750 m.
   379304. 2592. 'Balka'. Canaklij. Elevation 340 m.
   379305. 2599. 'Pecenka'. Suldulci. Elevation 420 m.
 379306 to 379324. CUCURBITA PEPO L.                        Pumpkin.
   379306. 2191. 'Stocna'. Ranilug. Elevation 445 m.
   379307. 2225. 'Tikvica'. Prizren. Elevation 420 m.
   379308. 2247. 'Furazna'. Trstenik. Elevation 630 m.
   379309. 2248. 'Volovska'. Trestenik. Elevation 630 m.
   379310. 2276. 'Zeljanka'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m.
   379311. 2363. 'Golosemenka'. Mazuciste. Elevation 640 m.
   379312. 2401. 'Volovska'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m.
   379313. 2402. 'Zelnikarka'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m.
   379314. 2403. 'Tikvica'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m.
                                                                      69
379063 to 379553—Continued
 379306 to 379324—Continued
   379315. 2484. 'Tikvica' Nerezi. Elevation 260 m.
   379316. 2488. 'Tikvica'. Nerezi. Elevation 260 m.
   379317. 2516. 'Tikvica'. Skopje. Elevation 240 m.
   379318. 2543. 'Svinska'. Blatec. Elevation 520 m.
   379319. 2544. 'Golosemenka'. Blatec. Elevation 520 m.
   379320. 2579. 'Biskarka'. Veljusa. Elevation 400 m.
   379321. 2583. 'Biskarka'. Veljusa. Elevation 400 m.
   379322. 2586. 'Gotvarska'. Veljusa. Elevation 400 m.
   379323. 2593. 'Stocna'. Canaklij. Elevation 340 m.
   379324. 2600. 'Volovska'. Suldulci. Elevation 420 m.
 379325 to 379329. DAUCUS CAROTA L. Umbelliferae.                 Carrot.
   379325. 2158. 'Trgoviski'. Trgoviste. Elevation 600 m.
   379326. 2198. 'Gnjilanski'. Gnkilani. Elevation 510 m.
   379327. 2219. 'Siljasti'. Pristina. Elevation 590 m.
   379328. 2229. 'Prizrenski'. Prizren. Elevation 420 m.
   379329. 2292. 'Ivankovski'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m.
 379330 to 379336. FRAGARIA VESCA L. Rosaceae.       European strawberry.
   379330. 1719. Papradiste. Elevation 1,130 m.
   379331. 1736. Jablanica. Elevation 1,650 m.
   379332. 1754. Stogov kamen. Elevation 1,700 m.
   379333. 1769. Dautica. Elevation 1,700 m.
   379334. 1770. Dautica. Elevation 1,700 m.
   379335. 2602. Mala krusa. Elevation 1,000 m.
   379336. 2603. Mala krusa. Elevation 1,100 m.
 379337 to 379351. FRAGARIA VIRIDIS Duchesne
   379337. 1716. Cepres. Elevation 1,390 m.
   379338. 1717. Cepres. Elevation 1,380 m.
   379339. 1722. Livada, Pretor. Elevation 1,300 m.
   379340. 1724. Krusevo. Elevation 1,250 m.
   379341. 1726. Slansko. Elevation 1,200 m.
   379342. 1734. Davato. Elevation 1,200 m.
   379343. 2604. Bogdanci, Loviste. Elevation 350.
   379344. 2605. Crnicani. Elevation 300 m.
   379345. 2606. Skorusa. Elevation 700 m.
   379346. 2607. Konopiste. Elevation 1,300 m.
   379347. 2608. PL livada. Elevation 1,500 m.
   379348. 2609. Vitacevo. Elevation 900 m.
   379349. 2610. D'om Cepres. Elevation 1,430 m.
   379350. 2611. Bogomila. Elevation 650 m.
   379351. 2612. Jablanica. Elevation 1,400 m.
 379352 and 379353. HIBISCUS ESCULENTUS L. Malvaceae.              Okra.
   379352. 2496. 'Skopska'. Skopje. Elevation 240 m.
   379353. 2498. 'Lokalna*. Skopje. Elevation 240 m.
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379063 to 379553—Continued
 379354 to 379361.   LACTUCA SATIVA var. CAPITATA L.   Compositae.
     379354. 2160. 'Trgoviska'. Trgoviste. Elevation 600 m.
   379355. 2161. 'Lokalna'. Trgoviste. Elevation 600 m.
   379356. 2215. 'Puter'. Pristina. Elevation 590 m.
   379357. 2230. 'Glavesta'. Prizren. Elevation 420 m.
   379358. 2359. 'Prilepska'. Gostirazni. Elevation 710 m.
   379359. 2398. 'Lisna'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m.
   379360. 2424. 'Puter'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m.
   379361. 2479. 'Glavesta'. Nerezi. Elevation 260 m.
 379362 to 379364. LACTUCA SATIVA var. LONGIFOLIA Lam.
   379362. 2200. 'Bela'. Gnjilane. Elevation 510 m.
   379363. 2267. 'Veleska'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m.
   379364. 2434. 'Krivolacka'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m.
 379365. LAGENARIA sp. Cucurbitaceae.
   2245. 'Veleska'. Borubinci. Elevation 440 m.
 379366. LAGENARIA sp.
   2277. 'Ivankovska'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m.
 379367. LAGENARIA sp.
   2453. 'Klisurska'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m.
 379368 to 379372. LENS ESCULENTA Moench Leguminosae.            Lentil.
   379368. 2289. 'Ivankovska'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m.
   379369. 2300. 'Veleska'. Manutcevo. Elevation 400 m.
   379370. 2377. 'Prilepska'. Mazuciste. Elevation 640 m.
   379371. 2473. 'Klisurska'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m.
   379372. 2537. 'Gradecka'. Gradec. Elevation 520 m.
 379373 to 379411. LYCOPERSICON ESCULENTUM Mill. Solanaceae.    Tomato.
   379373. 2154.   'Jabucar erven*. Trgoviste. Elevation 600 m.
   379374. 2178. 'Jabucar'. Dragomance. Elevation 400 m.
   379375. 2206. 'Kruskoliki'. Gnjilane. Elevation 510 m.
   379376. 2209. 'Jabucar'. Stimlje. Elevation 600 m.
   379377. 2234. 'Jabucar'. Prizren. Elevation 420 m.
   379378. 2253. 'Pembov'. Trstenik. Elevation 630 m.
   379379. 2254. 'Alov'. Trstenik. Elevation 630 m.
   379380. 2274. 'Jabucar'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m.
   379381. 2278. 'Plavo-crveno'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m.
   379382. 2280. 'Crven'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m.
   379383. 2302. 'Jabucast'. Mamutcevo. Elevation 400 m.
   379384. 2305. *Siten\ Manutcevo. Elevation 400 m.
   379385. 2306. 'Jabucast'. Manutcevo. Elevation 400 m.
   379386. 2333. 'Koktarest'. Bogomila. Elevation 470 m.
   379387. 2334. *Siten star*. Bogomila. Elevation 470 m.
   379388. 2335. 'Jabucar'. Bogomila. Elevation 470 m.
   379389. 2336. 'Seceren jabucar'. Bogomila. Elevation 470 m.
   379390. 2350. 'Plavo-crveno'. Gostirazni. Elevation 710 m.
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379063 to 379553—Continued
 379373 to 379411—Continued
    379391. 2353. 'Jabucar'. Gostirazni. Elevation 710 m.
    379392. 2354. 'Dolg majet'. Gostirazni. Elevation 710 m.
    379393. 2355. 'Krupen-rebrast'. Gostirazni. Elevation 710 m.
    379394. 2361. 'Siten'. Gostirazni. Elevation 710 m.
    379395. 2379. 'Mazen-krupen'. Mazuciste. Elevation 640 m.
    379396. 2380. 'Krupen, crveno-zoltenikav'. Modric. Elevation 980 m.
    379397. 2381. 'Krupen-crven'. Modric. Elevation 980 m.
    379398. 2390. 'Crven'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m.
    379399. 2391. 'Crven-prodolgovat'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m.
    379400. 2432. 'Jabucar'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m.
    379401. 2456. 'Srce'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m.
    379402. 2457. 'Lokalen'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m.
    379403. 2466. 'Crven-krupen'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m.
    379404. 2467. 'Jabucar, plavo-crven'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m.
    379405. 2468. 'Jabucar-crven'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m.
    379406. 2478. 'Slovenski jabucar'. Nerezi. Elevation 260 m.
    379407. 2502. 'Jabucar'. Skopje. Elevation 240 m.
    379408. 2509. 'Slivoliki'. Skopje. Elevation 240 m.
    379409. 2549. 'Lokalen'. Blatec. Elevation 520 m.
    379410. 2572. 'Jabucar'. Mitrasinci. Elevation 770 m.
    379411. 2573. 'Krupen'. Mitrasinci. Elevation 770 m.
 379412 to 379414. OCIMUM BASILICUM L. Labiatae.                      Basil.
    379412. 2297. 'Krupen bel'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m.
    379413. 2489. 'Krupnolisen'. Nerezi. Elevation 260 m.
    379414. 2532. 'Bel kripen'. Gradec. Elevation 520 m.
 379415. PASTINACA SATIVA L. Umbelliferae.                          Parsnip.
    2494. 'Skopski'. Skopje. Elevation 240 m.
 379416 to 379424. PETROSELINUM CRISPUM (Mill.) Nym. Umbelliferae.
                                                                    Parsley.
    379416. 2197. 'Gnjilanski'. Gnjilane. Elevation 510 m.
    379417. 2214. 'Pristinski'. Pristina. Elevation 590 m.
    379418. 2231. 'Prizrenski'. Prizren. Elevation 420 m.
    379419. 2294. 'Veleski'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m.
    379420. 2356. 'Prilepski'. Gostirazni. Elevation 710 m.
    379421. 2414. 'Stipski'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m.
    379422. 2426. 'Krivolacki'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m.
    379423. 2462. 'Klisurski'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m.
    379424. 2500. 'Skopski'. Skopje. Elevation 240 m.
 379425 to 379427. PHASEOLUS COCCINEUS L. Leguminosae.
                                                        Scarlet runner bean.
    379425. 2155. 'Opancar'. Trgoviste. Elevation 600 m, Climbingform.
  . 379426. 2263. 'Pritkar'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m. climbing form.
    379427. 2347. 'Bel'. Gostirazni. Elevation 710 m. Climbingform.
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379063 to 379553—Continued
 379428 to 379504.   PHASEOLUS VULGARIS L.                   Common bean.
   379428. 2151.     'Pritkas'. Trgoviste. Elevation 600 m. Climbing form.
   379429. 2152.     'Pritkas'. Trgoviste. Elevation 600 m. Climbing form.
   379430. 2153.     'Pritkas'. Trgoviste. Elevation 600 m. Climbing form.
   379431. 2162.     'Pesak'. Trgoviste. Elevation 600 m. Dwarf form.
   379432. 2165.     'Puterka'. VranjskaBanja. Elevation 350 m. Climbing
     form.
   379433. 2166.     'Puterka'.   VranjskaBanja.   Elevation 350 m.   Climbing
     form.
   379434. 2170.     'Cucavac'. Ratae. Elevation 385 m. Dwarf form.
   379435. 2171.     'Pritkar'. Ratae. Elevation 385 m. Climbing form.
   379436. 2173.     'Cucavac'. Ratae. Elevation 385 m. Dwarf form.
   379437. 2174.     'Lozar'. Dragomance. Elevation 400 m. Climbingform.
   379438. 2176.     'Pesak'. Dragomance. Elevation 400 m. Dwarf form.
   379439. 2182.     'Sut'. Carevic. Elevation 460 m. Dwarf form.
   379440. 2183.     'Pritkar'. Carevic. Elevation 460 m. Climbing form.
   379441. 2188.     'Lukarski'. Lukarce. Elevation 620 m. Climbingform.
   379442. 2189.     'Lozar'. Ranilug. Elevation 445 m. Climbing form.
   379443. 2190.     'Valjuvan'. Ranilug. Elevation 445 m. Climbingform.
   379444. 2211.     'Sahin'. Stimlje. Elevation 600 m. Dwarf form.
   379445. 2217.     'Cucavec'. Pristina. Elevation 590 m. Dwarf form.
   379446. 2220.     'Sarena'. Pristina. Elevation 590 m. Dwarf form.
   379447. 2221.     'Pritkas'. Pristina. Elevation 590 m. Climbing form.
   379448. 2224.     'Zolta'. Prizen. Elevation 420 m. Dwarf form.
   379449. 2243.     'Zuti pesak'. Gorubinci. Elevation 440 m. Dwarf form.
   379450. 2244.     'Beli pesak'. Gorubinci. Elevation 440 m. Dwarf form.
   379451. 2249.     'Pesak'. Trstenik. Elevation 630 m. Dwarf form.
   379452. 2260.     'Pritkar'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500m. Climbingform.
   379453. 2262.     'Bezziljak'.  Ivankovci.  Elevation 500 m.  Climbing
     form.
   379454. 2264.     'Pesak'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m. Dwarf form.
   379455. 2295.     'Niska'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m. Dwarf form.
   379456. 2298.     'Pesak'. Mamutcevo. Elevation 400 m. Dwarf form.
   379457. 2299.     'Krski'. Mamutcevo. Elevation 400 m. Dwarf form.
   379458. 2307.     'Lacen'. Teovo. Elevation 350 m. Climbing form.
   379459. 2312.     'Niska'. Teovo. Elevation 350 m. Dwarf form.
   379460. 2313.     'Niska'. Teovo. Elevation 350 m. Dwarf form.
   379461. 2314.     'Niska'. Teovo. Elevation 350 m. Dwarf form.
   379462. 2325.     'Pritkar'. Bogomila. Elevation 470 m. Climbing form.
   379463. 2343.     'Siten'. Bogomila. Elevation 470 m. Climbing form.
   379464. 2374.     'Legac'. Mazuciste. Elevation 640 m. Dwarf form.
   379465. 2383.     'Pesak'. Kolibari. Elevation 680 m. Dwarf form.
   379466. 2384.     'Pritkas'. Kolibari. Elevation 680 m. Climbingform.
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379063 to 379553—Continued
 379428 to 379504—Continued
   379467.   2385. 'Mnogu roden'.   Zdunje.   Elevation 480 m.   Climbing
     form.
   379468.   2386.  'Edar'. Zdunje. Elevation 480 m. Dwarf form.
             2407. 'Krski'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m. Dwarf form.
   379470.   2408.  'Kriv grav'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m. Dwarf form.
   379471.   2409. 'Pritkar'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m. Climbing form.
   379472.   2413. Tesak'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m. Dwarf form.
   379473.   2419. Tesak'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m. Dwarf form.
   379474.   2435. 'Pozemnik'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m. Dwarf form.
   379475.   2436. Tuter'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m. Dwarf form.
   379476.   2443. 'Kacovit'. Bistrenci. Elevation 140 m. Climbing form.
   379477.   2470. Tapuda'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m. Dwarf form.
   379478.   2471. Tesak*. Klisura. Elevation 310 m. Dwarf form.
   379479.   2474. Tesak'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m. Dwarf form.
   379480.   2477. 'Pritkar'. Nerezi. Elevation 260 m. Climbing form.
   379481.   2481. 'Precanska'. Nerezi. Elevation 260 m. Climbing form.
   379482.   2491. Tuter'. Nerezi. Elevation 260 m. Climbing form.
   379483.   2492. 'Pritkar'. Skopje. .Elevation 240 m. Climbing form.
   379484.   2525. Tesak'. Gradec. Elevation 520 m. Dwarf form.
   379485.   2526. Tritkar'. Gradec. Elevation 520 m. Climbing form.
   379486.   2527. Tritkar'. Gradec. Elevation 520 m. Climbing form.
   379487.   2538. Tozemat'. Blatec. Elevation 520 m. Dwarf form.
   379488.   2541.  'Pritkar'. Blatec. Elevation 520 m. Climbing form.
   379489.   2542.  'Pritkar'. Blatec. Elevation 520 m. Climbing form.
   379490.   2557.  Tesak'. Laid. Elevation 750 m. Dwarf form.
   379491.   2558.  Tesak'. Laid. Elevation 750 m. Dwarf form.
   379492.   2559.  Tesak'. Laki. Elevation 750 m. Dwarf form.
   379493.   2560.  Tesak'. Laki. Elevation 750 m. Dwarf form.
   379494.   2563.  'Pritkar1 Mitrasinci. Elevation 770 m. Climbingform.
   379495.   2564.  'Bik\ Mitrasinci. Elevation 770 m. Climbing form.
   379496.
             2565.  Tritkar'. Mitrasinci. Elevation 770 m. Climbingform.
   379497.
             2567.  'Ranik'. Mitrasinci. Elevation 770 m. Dwarf form.
   379498.
             2568.  'Pritkar'. Mitrasinci. Elevation 770 m. Climbingform.
   379499.
             2569.  'Bela'. Mitrasinci. Elevation 770 m. Climbing form.
   379500.
             2570.  'Pritkar'. Mitrasinci. Elevation 770 m. Climbingform.
   379501.
             2578.  'Sobra'. Veljusa. Elevation 400 m. Dwarf form.
   379502.
             2587.  'Sobra'. Veljusa. Elevation 400 m. Dwarf form.
   379503.
             2597.  'Sobra'. Canatlij. Elevation 440 m. Dwarf form.
   379504.
             2601.  'Nizok'. Suldulci. Elevation 420 m. Dwarf form.
 379505.
           PISUM SATIVUM L. Leguminosae.                             Pea.
   2218.
           'Cucavac'. Pristina. Elevation 590 m.
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379063 to 379553—Continued
 379506 and 379507.     RAPHANUS SATIVUS L. Cruciferae.                Radish.
   379506. 2201.      'Bela'. Gnjilane. Elevation 510 m.
   379507. 2213.      'Crvena'. Pristina. Elevation 590 m.
 379508 to 379513.    RIBES MULTIFLORUM Kit. Saxifragaceae.
   379508. 1808.      Zeden, Leska. Elevation 800 m.
   379509. 2613.      Bojanski bacila. Elevation 750 m.
   379510. 2614.      Zeden, Koricko. Elevation 800 m.
   379511. 2615.      Galicica, Korita. Elevation 1,300 m.
   379512. 2647.      Zeden, Leska. Elevation 800 m.
   379513. 2648.      Galicica, gola buka. Elevation 1,600 m.
 379514 to 379516.    ROSA CANINA L. Rosaceae.                       Dog rose.
   379514. 2619.      Galicica. Elevation 1,300 m.
   379515. 2620.      Mavrovo. Elevation 1,250 m.
   379516. 2621.      Zeden. Elevation 750 m.
 379517 and 379518.     ROSA CINNAMOMEA L.                      Cinnamon rose.
   379517. 2623.      Palisnopje. Elevation 1,600 m.
   379518. 2640.      Vrteska. Elevation 1,300 m.
 379519.   ROSA ELLIPTICA Tausch.
   2624. Davato. Elevation 1,300 m.
 379520 and 379521. ROSA TOMENTOSA J. E. Smith
   379520. 2628. Vrteska. Elevation 1,300 m.
   379521. 2645. Belasica. Elevation 750 m.
 379522 to 379524.    ROSA VILLOSA L.
   379522. 2616.      Mavrovo. Elevation 1,250 m.
   379523. 2617.      Vrteska. Elevation 1,300 m.
   379524. 2646.      Bojkov kladenec. Elevation 1,300 m.
 379525 to 379529.    RUBUS HIRTUS Waldst. & Kit. Rosaceae.
   379525. 1705.      Caparska korija. Elevation 1,650 m.
   379526. 2625.      Palisnopje. Elevation 1,500 m.
   379527. 2626.      Palisnopje. Elevation 1,500 m.
   379528. 2641.      Vrteska. Elevation 1,300 m.
   379529. 2642.      Begova cesma. Elevation 1,250 m.
 379530 to 379535.    RUBUS THYRSOIDEUS Wimm.
   379530. 2629.      Modric. Elevation 900 m.
   379531. 2630.      Davato. Elevation 1,150 m.
   379532. 2631.      Vrapciste. Elevation 900 m.
   379533. 2632.      Magarevo. Elevation 850 m.
   379534. 2633.      Zeden. Elevation 500 m.
   379535. 2634.      Carina. Elevation 1,050 m.
 379536 and 379537.    RUBUS TOMENTOSUS Borckh.
   379536. 2627.      Leunovo. Elevation 1,220 m.
   379537. 2628.      Vrteska. Elevation 1,300 m.
 379538 and 379539.    RUBUS ULMIFOLIUS Schott            Elmleaf blackberry.
   379538. 2643.      Magarevo. Elevation 850 m.
   379539. 2644.      Bojane. Elevation 350 m.
                     JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                      75
379063 to 379553—Continued
 5379540. SATUREJA HORTENSIS L. Labiatae.                 Summer savory.
   2585. 'Domasna'. Veljusa. Elevation 400 m.
 379541 to 379545. SOLANUM MELONGENA L. Solanaceae.           Eggplant.
   379541. 2205.   'Kruskoliki'. Gnilane. Elevation 510 m.
   379542. 2279. 'Kruskoviden*. Ivanlovci. Elevation 500 m.
   379543. 2427. 'Dolg'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m.
   379544. 2428. Topkalest'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m.
   379545. 2497. *Modar\ Skopje. Elevation 240 m.
 379546 to 379552.   SPINACIA OLERACEA L.   Chenopodiaceae.        Spinach.
   379546. 2216.       'Lokalen'. Pristina. Elevation 590 m.
   379547. 2293.       'Valeski'. Fvankovci. Elevation 500 m.
   379548. 2378.       'Prilepski\ Mazuciste. Elevation 640 m.
   379549. 2412.       'Stipski'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m.
   379550. 2421.       'Konjsko rebro'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m.
   379551. 2441.       'Krupen'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m.
   379552. 2504.       'Skopski'. Skopje. Elevation 240 m.
 379553. >flGNA 1    UDIATA (L.) Wilczek Leguminosae.             Mungbean.
   2589. 'Canal*     ijski'. Canaklij. Elevation 340 m.
379554 and 379555.       LUNARIA ANNUA L.          Cruciferae.
From Netherlands. Seed presented by Sluis & Groot N.V., Enkhuizen. Receiv-
    ed April 26, 1973.
  379554. White flowers. Zeeland 1972. Cross pollinated.
  379555. Violet flowers. Zeeland 1972. Cross pollinated.
379556.    GLYCINE MAX (L.) Merr.           Leguminosae.         Soybean.
From Japan. Seed presented by Agricultural Experiment Station, Takizawa Su-
   nagome. Iwate-Gun, Iwate-Ken. Received May 21, 1973.
   'Yamashiratama'.
379557.    VlTIS VINIFERA L. Vitaceae.                    European grape.
From Argentina. Cuttings presented by Ing. Agr. Jose Vega, Director Ext.
    Expt. Agropecuria, Matricula 430, Lujan de Cuyo Mendoza. Received
    June 5, 1973.
  'Merlot'.
379558.    HORDEUM DISTICHON L. Gramineae.
                                                        Two-rowed barley.
From Japan. Seed presented by S. Yasuda, Institute for Agricultural and
    Biological Sciences, Okayama University, Kurashiki. Received April 17,
    1973.
  'Satsuki-mijyo'. Experimental Station for Malting Barley, Sapporo Brewing
Company, Shinden-cho, Shinden-gun, Gunma-ken.
379559 to 379562.       GLYCINE MAX (L.) Merr.         Leguminosae.
                                                               Soybean.
From Japan. Seed presented by T. Nagata, Laboratory of Plant Breeding,
   Faculty of Agriculture, Kobe University, Rokkodai-1, Nada, Kobe. Received
   May 9, 1973.
76                        PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

379559 to 379562—Continued
     379559.    'Komagi Dadacha'.       379561.   'Shiroyama Dadacha'.
     379560.    'Shijo-Arashi'.         379562.   'Yamagata Zairai'.

379563.        GLYCINE MAX (L.) Merr.      Leguminosae.           Soybean.
From Japan. Seed presented by Mitsubishi Chemical Industries, Ltd., Tokyo via
    M. Steinberg Food Processing Laboratory, University of Illinois, Urbana,
    Illinois. Received May 9, 1973.
  'Ezonishiki'.
379564 to 379573.        ORYZA SATIVA L.     Gramineae.                  Rice.
From Brazil. Seed presented by M. D. Davis, Rice Project/Pelotas, Porto
    Alegre. Received May 22, 1973.
  379564. E.E.A. 404. 'Zenith' x 'Maravilha'. Brazil.
  379565. E.E.A. 406. 'Zenith' x 'Maravilha'. Brazil.
  379566. F4-72. 'Chocoto 14' x 'E.E.A. 404'. Brazil.
  379567. IAS-12-9-Formosa. Brazilian name. Formerly 'Kaohsiung 21'.
    Taiwan.
  379568. 1^768-71. 'Japones Gigante' x 'Portugues'. Brazil.
  379569. L-819-71. 'Rizzoto' x 'Tijucas'. Brazil.
  379570. L-839-71. 'Wase Shiroque' x 'Tijucas'. Brazil.
  379571. L-859-71. 'Caloro' x 'Belem'. Brazil.
  379572. L-864-71. 'Wase Shiroque'x'E.E.A. 404'. Brazil.
  379573. L-879-71. 'Rinaldo Bersani' x 'Club'. Brazil.

379574.        AVENA SATIVA L.      Gramineae.               Common oat.
From New Zealand. Seed presented by G. M. Wright, Crop Research Division,
    Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Lincoln, Christchurch.
    Received May 23, 1973.
  'Taiko'.

379575 to 379581.        MEDICAGO FALCATA L.        Leguminosae.
                                                  Yellow-flowered alfalfa.
From Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seed presented by Siberian Branch of
    N.I. Vavilov Institue of Plant Industry, Novosibirsk. Received May 25,1973.
  379575. Tuvinskaya Oblast, Tuvinsk Kettle, northern part of the cereal-grass
    steppe. September 28, 1972.
  379576. Tuvinskaya Oblast, Tuvinsk Kettle, central part. September 13,1972.
  379577. Tuvinskaya Oblast, Tuvinsk Kettle, northern part. September 5,1972.
  379578. Tuvinskaya Oblast, Tuvinsk Kettle, southwestern part. September 9,
    1972.
  379579. Tuvinskaya Oblast, Tuvinsk Kettle, western part of the irrigated
    steppe. September 9, 1972.
  379580. Tuvinskaya Oblast, Tuvinsk Kettle, deserted steppe near Kyzyl.
    August 31, 1972.
  379581. Khakasia, southern part of the shortgrass steppe. August 8, 1972.
379582 to 379584.
From Japan. Seed presented by Dr. H. Kuwada, Faculty of Agriculture, Kagawa
   University, Miki-Tyo, Kagawa-Ken. Received February 9, 1973.
                     JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                       77

379582 to 379584—Continued
  379582. ABELMOSCHUS (hybrid) Malvaceae.
    *Nori-Asa\ Amphidiploid hybrid of A. esculentus x A. manihot.   2n=192.
  379583. ABELMOSCHUS ESCULENTUS (L.) Moench                           Okra.
    2n=124.
  379584.    ABELMOSCHUS MANIHOT (L.) Medic.
    2n=68.

379585.      BROMUS   MACROSTACHYS Desf. Gramineae.
                                        Mediterranean bromegrass.
From Denmark. Seed presented by J. E. Ohlsens Enke, Wholesale Seed Growers,
   Cophenhagen-Taastrup. Received May 25, 1973.

379586 to 379588.
From Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seed presented by Botanic Garden,
    Minsk. Code numbers refer to 1971 Index Seminum. Received April 26,
    1973.
  379586. PRUNUS GRAY AN A Maxim. Rosace ae.
    217.
  379587. PRUNUS MAACKII Rupr.                                 Amur cherry.
    218.
  379588. PRUNUS MAXIMOWICZII Rupr.                          Korean cherry.
    220.

379589 to 379594.
From Switzerland. Seed presented by Conservation and Jardin Botaniques,
    Geneva. Code numbers refer to 1972 Index Seminum. Received April 23,
    1973.
  379589 and 379590. ABIES CEPHALONICA Loud. Pinaceae.
   379589. 2229.
   379590. 2230.
 379591.     ALNUS INCANA (L.) Moench Betulaceae.
   1551.
 379592.     ALNUS JAPONICA Sieb & Zucc.                      Japanese alder.
   73.
 379593.     CERCIS SILIQUASTRUM L.   Leguminosae.
   2250.
 379594. VERBASCUM GRAECUM Heldr. & Sart.       Scrophulariaceae.
   2324.
379595 t o 379605.      SOLANUM TUBEROSUM L .           Solanaceae.
                                                                  Potato.
From Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Tubers presented by N.I. Vavilov
    Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received May 25, 1973.
  379595. 'Borodianskij'.                379601. 'Perlina'.
  379596. 'Carivnica'.                   379602. Tolesskij 36'.
  379597. 'Gatcinskij'.                  379603. 'Povirovec'.
  379598. 'Gorh'.                        379604. 'Smena'.
  379599. 'Imandra'.                     379605. 'Stolovij 19\
  379600. 'Istok'.
78                    PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

379606. TRITICUM AESTIVUM L. Gramineae. Common wheat.
From Australia. Seed presented by K. J. Symes, Australian Wheat Collection,
   Tamworth, New South Wales. Received June 7, 1973.
  AUS 12330. Teal'.
379607.   LUPINUS LUTEUS L.           Leguminosae.
                                                European yellow lupine.
From Argentina. Seed presented by Jardin Agrobotanico, Universidad Na-
   cional de la Plata, Llavallol. Received March 20, 1973.
379608. HELIANTHUS ANNUUS L . C o m p o s i t a e .            Sunflower.
From Yugoslavia. Seed presented by T. Vrebalov, Director, Institute for
   Agricultural Research, Novi Sad. Received May 8, 1973.
  T-20'. Reselection from 'Peredovik'. High oil content under local tests.
379609. HELIANTHUS ANNUUS L . C o m p o s i t a e .     Sunflower.
From Poland. Seed presented by Z. Kloczowski i Aklimatyzacji Roslin,
    Poznan. Received May 8, 1973.
  'Wielkopolski'. Open pollinated.
379610. ORYZOPSIS MILIACEA (L.) Asch. & Schweinf.
  Gramineae.
From Spain. Stolons presented by Instituto Botanico de Barcelona, Barcelona.
   Received February 28, 1973.
379611. PHALARIS ARUNDINACEA f. VARIEGATA (Parnell) Druce
  Gramineae.
From England. Seed presented by Director, Department of Botany, University
   of Bristol, Bristol. Received June 5, 1973.
379612. PlSUM SATIVUM L. Leguminosae.                              Pea.
From Sweden. Seed presented by Weibullsholm Vaxtforadlingsansalt, Lands-
    krona. Received June 15, 1973.
  'Weibull 700*. Seed round, smooth, cream colored.
379613. HEMARTHRIA ALTISSIMA (Poir.) Stapf & Hubb. Gra-
  mineae.                                             Limpograss.
From Rhodesia. Clonal material presented by A. O. Crook, Paulington,
   Umtali. Received February 21, 1973.
379614 to 379616. LAGENARIA SICERARIA (Mol.) Standl. Cucurbi-
   taceae.
From India. Seed presented by Division of Plant Introduction, Indian
    Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi. Received June 18, 1973.
  379614. T.S.P. Long'.
  379615. Tusa Manjari*.
  379616. Tusa Meghdoot'.
379617. DlGITARIA NEMORALIS Henr. Gramineae.
From Mozambique. Stolons presented by Mario Myre, Institute de Investi-
   gacao Agronomica, Lourenco Marques. Received March 5, 1973.
  Alluvial area of Incomati River, Xinavane Region.
                     JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                        79

379618 t o 379623.     GLYCINE MAX (L.) M e r r . Leguminosae.
                                                               Soybean.
From Taiwan. Seed presented by National Chung-Hsing University, Taichung.
    Received May 30, 1973.
  379618. 'TC 1\
  379619. T C 2\
  379620. 'TC 3'.
  379621. 'R 10'.
  379622. T 156'.
  379623. 'Wakajima 173'. Wakajima Island, Japan.
379624 t o 379626.     GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM L .           Malvaceae.
                                                            Upland cotton.
From Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.     Seed presented by N. I. Vavilov
    Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad.   Received May 15, 1973.
  379624. Tashkent 1'. Uzbekistan.
  379625. Tashkent 2'. Uzbekistan.
  379626. Tashkent 3'. Uzbekistan.

379627 to 379668.
From Australia. Seed presented by Genetics Resources Section, Division of
    Plant Industry, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organiza-
    tion, Canberra. Received May 14, 1973.
  379627. BRACHIARIA NIGROPEDATA (Munro) Stapf Gramineae.
    C.P.I. 53319. South Africa.
  379628. BRACHIARIA RUZIZIENSIS Germain & Evard
    Lot No. 80/69.
  379629 and 379630. CENCHRUS CILIARIS L. Gramineae.              Buffelgrass.
    379629. Q. 819. 'Boorara'.
    379630. 'Lawes'.
  379631. CHLORIS GAY ANA Kunth Gramineae.                       Rhodesgrass.
    Lot No. 64/66. 'Pioneer'.
  379632. GHRYSOPOGON FALLAX S. T. Blake Gramineae.
    C. 841.
 379633.   DESMODIUM DIFFUSUM DC.      Leguminosae.
   C.P.I. 30060.   Poona, India.
 379634.   DESMODIUM INFRACTUM DC.
   C.P.I. 28446. Costa Rica.
 379635. DESMODIUM UNCINATUM (Jacq.) DC.                     Beggarweed.
   Lot No. 44/64. 'Silver Leaf.
 379636. DICHANTHIUM ANNULATUM (Forsk.) Stapf in Prain Gramineae.
   C. 1274.
 379637. DICHANTHIUM ARISTATUM (Poir) C. E. Hubb.          Angleton grass.
   Lot No. 88/70.
 379638. DIGITARIA SMUTSII Stent Gramineae.
   C.P.I. 38869. South Africa.
 379639 to 379646. GLYCINE WIGHTII (Grah. ex Wight & Arn.) Verde, Legu-
     minosae.
80                        PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

379627 to 379668—Continued
379639 to 379646—Continued
    379639. C.P.I. 18419. 'Choma'. Central Africa.
    379640. C.P.I. 26263. Grown commercially in South Africa.
    379641. C.P.I. 30530. 'Chilanga'. Chilanga, Rhodesia.
    379642. C.P.I. 30535. 'Citris'. Rhodesia.
    379643. C.P.I. 30641. 'Melsottor'. Madagascar.
    379644. Lot No. 43/68. 'Cooper'.
    379645. Lot No. 85/69. 'Clarence'.
    379646. Lot No. 86/69. 'Tinaroo'.
  379647 and 379648. INDIGOFERA TEYSMANNII Miquel Leguminosae.
    379647. C.P.I. 21049. Vietnam.
    379648. C.P.I. 30154. Ceylon.
  379649. LOTONONIS BAINESII Baker Leguminosae.
    C.P.I. 16833. 'Miles'. South Africa.
  379650. LOTUS MEARNSII Britton Leguminosae.
    C.P.I. 20741. Kenya.
  379651. PANICUM MAXIMUM Jacq. Gramineae.                    Guineagrass.
    Lot No. 82/70. 'Petrie'.
 379652.    PASPALUM COMMERSONII Lam.     Gramineae.
   Lot No. 97/69. 'Scrobic'.
 379653 and 379654. PASPALUM NOTATUM Fluegge                     Bahiagrass.
   379653. Lot No. 18/66. 'Sanford'.
   379654. Lot No. 19/68. 'Sanford'.
 379655.    PASPALUM NOTATUM var. LATIFLORUM Doell in Mart.
   C.P.I. 11863.
 379656. SESBANIA GRANDIFLORA (L.) Poir.     Leguminosae.
   C.P.I. 31183. Saigon, Vietnam.
 379657.    SESBANIA ROXBURGHII Merrill
   C.P.I. 29674. Bangkok, Thailand.
 379658 and 379659. SETARIA SPHACELATA (Schum.) Stapf & Hubb. ex Moss.
   Gramineae.
     379658. Lot No. 2/70. 'Narok'.
     379659. Lot No. 64/72. 'Nandi'.
  379660 to 379663. STYLOSANTHES GUYANENSIS (Aubl.) Swartz    Leguminosae.
    379660. Lot No. 105/69. Fine stemmed.
    379661. Lot No. 20/71. 'Schofield'.
    379662. Lot No. 56/72. 'Endeavour'.
    379663. Lot No. 74/72. 'Cook'.
  379664 to 379666.    STYLOSANTHES HUMILIS HBK.
   379664. CQ 977. 'Paterson'.
   379665. Lot No. 87/70. 'Lawson'.
   379666. Lot No. 47/71. 'Gordon'.
 379667. .VIGNA RADIATA (L.) Wilczek Leguminosae.                Mungbean.
   CQ 970. 'Celera'.
 379668.    VIGNA SCHIMPERI Baker
     C.P.I. 16007.    Kenya.
                    JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31,1973                           81
379669 to 380518.     AVENA STERILIS L.          Gramineae.
                                                         Animated oats.
From Israel. Seed collected summer of 1972 by I. Wahl, Division of Mycology and
    Plant Pathology, Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv, under Public Law 480
    Project A10-CR-102. Received May 4, 1973.
  379669. TS-4. Gan Shelomo.
  379670. TS-5. Gan Shelomo.
  379671. TS-11. B any as.
  379672. TS-25. Mumsya.
  379673. TS-100. Bet Ji'mel.
  379674. TS-102. Bet Ji'mel.
  379675. TS-116. Har'el.
  379676. TS-130. Har'el.
  379677. TS-131. Har'el.
  379678. TS-208. Banyas.
  379679. TS-209. Khisfin.
  379680. TS-229. Nahshon.
  379681. TS-233. Meron.
  379682. TS-242. Netiv Halamed He.
  379683. TS-245. Givat Oz.
  379684. TS-257. Har Shipon.
  379685. TS-260. Breichat HaMeshushim.
  379686. TS-265. En Harod.
  379687. TS-305. Eilabun.
  370688. TS-307. Eilabun.
  379689. TS-326. Eilabun.
  379690. TS-347. Bat-Shelomo.
  379691. TS-352. Bat-Shelomo.
  379692. TS-362. Bat-Shelomo.
  379693. TS-364. Bat-Shelomo.
  379694. TS-369. Bat-Shelomo.
  379695. TS-371. Bat-Shelomo.
  379696. TS-374. Bat-Shelomo.
  379697. TS-376. Bat-Shelomo.
  379698. TS-385. Bat-Shelomo.
  379699. TS-387. Bat-Shelomo.
  379700. TS-392. Bet-Yerakh.
  379701. TS-419. En Hashofet.
  379702. TS-423. En Hashofet.
  379703. TS-429. En Hashofet.
  379704. TS-431. En Hashofet.
  379705. TS-441. En Hashofet.
  379706. TS-447. En Hashofet.
  379707. TS-454. En Hashofet.
  379708. TS-468. En Hashofet.
82                     PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

379669 to 380518—Continued
 379709.   TS-469.   En Hashofet.    379753.   TS-614.    Nahal Tut.
 379710.   TS-470.   En Hashofet.    379754.   TS-616.    Nahal Tut.
 379711.   TS-474.   En Hashofet.    379755.   TS-617.    Nahal Tut.
 379712.   TS-479.   En Hashofet.    379756.   TS-620.    Nahal Tut.
 379713.   TS-489.   En Hashofet.    379757.   TS-621.    Nahal Tut.
 379714.   TS-492.   En Hashofet.    379758.   TS-1002.    Nahal Tut.
 379715.   TS-493.   En Hashofet.    379759.   TS-1016.    Kabri.
 379716.   TS-494.   En Hashofet.    379760.   TS-1022.    Kabri.
 379717.   TS-496.   En Hashofet.    379761.   TS-1023.    Kabri.
 379718.   TS-501.   En Hashofet.    379762.   TS-1028.    Meron.
 379719.   TS-503.   En Hashofet.    379763.   TS-1064.    En Hashofet.
 379720.   TS-508.   En Hashofet.    379764.   TS-1066.    En Hashofet.
 379721.   TS-511.   En Hashofet.    379765.   TS-1069.    En Hashofet.
 379722.   TS-513.   En Hashofet.    379766.   TS-1105.    En Hashofet.
 379723.   TS-514.   En Hashofet.    379767.   TS-1107.    En Hashofet.
 379724.   TS-515.   En Hashofet.    379768.   TS-1121.    En Hashofet.
 379725.   TS-516.   En Hashofet.    379769.   TS-1135.    En Hashofet.
 379726.   TS-517.   En Iiashofet.   379770.   TS-1141.    En Hashofet.
 379727.   TS-520.   En Hashofet.    379771.   TS-1143.    En Hashofet.
 379728.   TS-527.   En Hashofet.    379772.   TS-1147.    En Hashofet.
 379729.   TS-531.   En Hashofet.    379773.   TS-1148.    En Hashofet.
 379730.   TS-532.   En Hashofet.    379774.   TS-1151.    En Hashofet.
 379731.   TS-533.   En Hashofet.    379775.   TS-1157.    En Hashofet.
 379732.   TS-534.   En Hashofet.    379776.   TS-1239.    En Hashofet.
 379733.   TS-535.   En Hashofet.    379777.   TS-1252.    En Hashofet.
 379734.   TS-539.   En Hashofet.    379778.   TS-1253.    En Hashofet.
 379735.   TS-543.   En Hashofet.    379779.   TS-1294.    En Hashofet.
 379736.   TS-548.   En Hashofet.    379780.   TS-1295.    En Hashofet.
 379737.   TS-549.   En Hashofet.    379781.   TS-1297.    En Hashofet.
 379738.   TS-550.   En Hashofet.    379782.   TS-1298.    En Hashofet.
 379739.   TS-551.   En Hashofet.    379783.   TS-1325.    Kibbutz Israel
 370740.   TS-552.   En Hashofet.    379784.   TS-1328.    Kibbutz Israel
 379741.   TS-568.   Har Hazon.      379785.   TS-1331.    Kibbutz Israel
 379742.   TS-573.   Har Hazon.      379786.   TS-1332.    Kibbutz Israel
 379743.   TS-575.   Har Hazon.      379787.   TS-1334.    Kibbutz Israel
 379744.   TS-577.   Har Hazon.      379788.   TS-1336.    Kibbutz Israel
 379745.   TS-578.   Har Hazon.      379789.   TS-1337.    Kibbutz Israel
 379746.   TS-582.   Har Hazon.      379790.   TS-1338.    Kibbutz Israel
 379747.   TS-589.   Merom Golan.    379791.   TS-1341.    Kibbutz Israel
 379748.   TS-591.   Merom Golan.    379792.   TS-1342.    Kibbutz Israel
 379749.   TS-606.   Nahal Tut.      379793.   TS-1347.    Kibbutz Israel
 379750.   TS^607.   Nahal Tut.      379794.   TS-1348.    Kibbutz Israel
 379751.   TS-609.   Nahal Tut.      379795.   TS-1351.    Kibbutz Israel
 379752.   TS-611.   Nahal Tut.      379796.   TS-1357.    Kibbutz Israel
                      JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                              83

379669 to 380518—Continued
 379797.   TS-1359.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379841.   TS-1488.    Kibbutz Israel
 379798.   TS-1362.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379842.   TS-1489.    Kibbutz Israel
 379799.   TS^1364.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379843.   TS-1495.    Kibbutz Israel
 379800.   TS-1367.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379844.   TS-1496.    Kibbutz Israel
 379801.   T&-1369.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379845.   TS-1497.    Kibbutz Israel
 379802.   TS-1377.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379846.   TS-1498.    Kibbutz Israel
 379803.   TS-1383.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379847.   TS-1499.    Kibbutz Israel
 379804.   TS-1384.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379848.   TS-1501.    Kibbutz Israel
 379805.   TS-1389.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379849.   TSr-1538.   Meggido.
 379806.   TS-1395.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379850.   TS-1546.    Meggido.
 379807.   TS-1396.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379851.   T&-1552.    Meggido.
 379808.   TS-1398.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379852.   TS-1554.    Meggido.
 379809.   TS-1403.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379853.   TS-1569.    Meggido.
 379810.   TS-1406.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379854,   TS-1581.    Meggido.
 379811.   TS-1412.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379855.   TS-1589.    Meggido.
 379812.   TS-1413.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379856.   TS-1618.    Meggido.
 379813.   TS-1415.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379857.   TS-1619.    Meggido.
 379814.   TS-1417.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379858.   TS-1627.    Meggido.
 379815.   TS-1419.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379859.   TS-1631.    Meggido.
 379816.   TS-1422.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379860.   TS-1634.    Meggido.
 379817.   TS-1423.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379861.   TS-1636.    Meggido.
 379818.   TS-1426.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379862.   TS-1644.    Meggido.
 379819.   TS-1428.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379863.   T&-1648.    Meggido.
 379820.   TS-1429.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379864.   TS-1677.    Tsalmon.
 379821.   TS-1432.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379865.   TS-1686.    Tsalmon.
 379822.   TS-1433.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379866.   TS-1687.    Tsalmon.
 379823.   TS-1437.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379867.   TS-1703.    Sdot Mikha.
 379824.   TS-1438.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379868.   TS-1706.    Sdot Mikha.
 379825.   TS-1439.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379869.   TS-1712.    Sdot Mikha.
 379826.   TS-1447.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379870.   TS^1714.    Sdot Mikha.
 379827.   TS^1455.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379871.   TS-1715.    Sdot Mikha.
 379828.   TS-1458.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379872.   TS-1726.    Sdot Mikha.
 379829.   TS-1464.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379873.   TS-1727.    Sdot Mikha.
 379830.   TS-1467.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379874.   TS-1728.    Sdot Mikha.
 379831.   TS-1468.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379875.   TS-1734.    Sdot Mikha.
 379832.   TS-1469.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379876.   TS-1735.    Sdot Mikha.
 379833.   TS-1472.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379877.   TS-1741.    Sdot Mikha.
 379834.   TS-1475.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379878.   TS-1743.    Sdot Mikha.
 379835.   TS-1479.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379879.   TS-1744.    Sdot Mikha.
 379836.   TS-1481.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379880.   TS-1746.    Sdot Mikha.
 379837.   TS-1484.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379881.   TS-1747.    Sdot Mikha.
 379838.   TS-1485.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379882.   TS-1752.    Sdot Mikha.
 379839.   TS-1486.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379883.   TS-1759.    Sdot Mikha.
 379840.   TS-1487.    Kibbutz   Israel.   379884.   TS-1763.    Sdot Mikha.
84                      PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

379669 to 380518—Continued
 379885.    TS-1771.   Sdot Mikha.   379927.   TS-6547.   Jerusalem.
 379886.    TS-1773.   Sdot Mikha.   379928.   TS-6549.   Jerusalem.
 379887.    TS-1782.   Sdot Mikha.   379929.   TS-6552.   Jerusalem.
 379888.    TS-1788.   Sdot Mikha.   379930.   TS-6671.   Kefar Ezion.
 379889.    TS-1793.   Sdot Mikha.   379931.   TS-6680.   Kefar Ezion.
 379890.    TS^1797.   Sdot Mikha.   379932.   TS-6685.   Kefar Ezion.
 379891.    TS-1798.   Sdot Mikha.   379933.   TS-6690.   Kefar Ezion.
 379892.    TS-1799.   Sdot Mikha.   379934.   TS-6757.   Lod Airport.
 379893.    TS-1871.   Tsalmon.      379935.   TS-6758.   Lod Airport.
 379894.    TS-1872.   Tsalmon.      379936.   TS-6760.   Lod Airport.
 379895.    TS-1898.   Tsalmon.      379937.   TS-6761.   Lod Airport.
 379896.    TS-1974.   Sdot Mikha.   379938.   TS-6762.   Lod Airport.
 37*897.    TS-1981.   Meggido.      379939.   TS-6763.   Lod Airport.
 379898.    TS-6455.   Bet Horon.    379940.   TS-6764.   Lod Airport.
 379899.    TS-6458.   Bet Horon.    379941.   TS-6765.   Lod Airport.
 379900.    TS-6461.   Bet Horon.    379942.   TS-6766.   Lod Airport.
 379901.    TS-6469.   Bet Horon.    379943.   TS-6767.   Lod Airport.
  379902.   TS-6473.   Bet Horon.    379944.   TS-6768.   Lod Airport.
  379903.   TS-6493.   Bet Horon.    379945.   TS-6769.   Lod Airport.
  379904.   TS-6497.   Jerusalem.    379946.   TS-6770.   Lod Airport.
  379905.   TS-6503.   Jerusalem.    379947.   T&-6771.   Lod Airport.
  379906.   TS-6506.   Jerusalem.    379948.   TS-6772.   Lod Airport.
  379907.   TS-6507.   Jerusalem.    379949.   TS-6773.   Lod Airport.
  379908.   TS-6508.   Jerusalem.    379950.   TS-6774.   Lod Airport.
  379909.   TS-6509.   Jerusalem.    379951.   TS-6775.   Lod Airport.
  379910.   TS-6511.   Jerusalem.    379952.   TS-6776.   Lod Airport.
  379911.   TS-6513.   Jerusalem.    379953.   TS-6777.   Lod Airport.
  379912.   TS-6515.   Jerusalem.    379954.   TS-6778.   Lod Airport.
  379913.   TS-6517.   Jerusalem.    379955.   TS-6779.   Lod Airport.
  379914.   TS-6518.   Jerusalem.    379956.   TS-6780.   Lod Airport.
  379915.   TS-6519.   Jerusalem.    379957.   TS-6781.   Lod Airport.
  379916.   TS-6521.   Jerusalem.    379958.   TS-6783.   Yaqum.
  379917.   TS-6522.   Jerusalem.    379959.   TS-6785.   Yaqum.
  379918.   TS-6523.   Jerusalem.    379960.   TS-6786.   Yaqum.
  379919.   TS-6525.   Jerusalem.    379961.   TS-6787.   Yaqum.
  379920.   TS-6527.   Jerusalem.    379962.   TS-6788.   Yaqum.
  379921.   TS-6531.   Jerusalem.    379963.   TS-6790.   Yaqum.
  379922.   T&-6532.   Jerusalem.    379964.   TS-6791.   Yaqum.
  379923.   TS-6533.   Jerusalem.    379965.   TS-6792.   Yaqum.
  379924.   TS-6536.   Jerusalem.    379966.   TS-6795.   Yaqum.
  379925.   TS-6539.   Jerusalem.    379967.   TS-6796.   Yaqum.
  379926.   TS-6546.   Jerusalem.    379968.   TS-6799.   Yaqum.
                 JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31,1973                    85

f9669to 380518—Continued
379969.   TS-6801.   Kefar Yona.   380012.   TS-6886.   Hadera.
379970.   TS-6802.   Kefar Yona.   380013.   TS-6887.   Hadera.
379971.   TS-6803.   Kefar Yona.   380014.   TS-6888.   Hadera.
379972.   TS-6804.   Kefar Yona.   380015.   TS-6889.   Hadera.
379973.   TS-6805.   Kefar Yona.   380016.   TS-6890.   Hadera.
379974.   TS-6806.   Kefar Yona.   380017.   TS-6891.   Hadera.
379975.   TS-6807.   Kefar Yona.   380018.   TS-6892.   Hadera.
379976.   TS-6808.   Kefar Yona.   380019.   TS-6893.   Hadera.
379977.   TS-6809.   Kefar Yona.   380020.   TS-6895.   Hadera.
379978.   TS-6810.   Kefar Yona.   380021.   TS-6896.   Hadera.
379979.   TS-6811.   Kefar Yona.   380022.   TS-6897.   Hadera.
379980.   TS-6812.   Kefar Yona.   380023.   TS-6898.   Hadera.
379981.   TS-6813.   Kefar Yona.   380024.   TS-6899.   Hadera.
379982.   TS-6814.   Kefar Yona.   380025.   TS-6900.   Hadera.
379983.   TS-6815.   Kefar Yona.   380026.   TS-6901.   Hadera.
379984.   TS-6816.   Kefar Yona.   380027.   TS-6902.   Hadera.
379985.   TS-6817.   Kefar Yona.   380028.   TS-6903.   Hadera.
379986.   TS-6818.   Kefar Yona.   380029.   TS-6904.   Hadera.
379987.   TS-6819.   Kefar Yona.   380030.   TS-6905.   Hadera.
379988.   TS-6820.   Kefar Yona.   380031.   TS-6906.   Hadera.
379989.   TS-6821.   Kefar Yona.   380032.   TS-6907.   Hadera.
379990.   TS-6856.   Givat Olga.   380033.   TS-6908.   Hadera.
379991.   TS-6858.   Givat Olga.   380034.   TS-6909.   Hadera.
379992.   TS-6859.   Givat Olga.   380035.   TS-6911.   Hadera.
379993.   TS-6861.   Givat Olga.   380036.   TS-6912.   Hadera.
379994.   TS-6862.   Givat Olga.   380037.   TS-6913.   Hadera.
379995.   TS-6864.   Givat Olga.   380038.   TS-6914.   Hadera.
379996.   TS-6865.   Givat Olga.   380039.   TS-6915.   Hadera.
379997.   T&-6866.   Givat Olga.   380040.   TS-6916.   Hadera.
379998.   TS-6867.   Givat Olga.   380041.   TS-6917.   Hadera.
379999.   TS-6868.   Givat Olga.   380042.   TS-6918.   Hadera.
380000.   TS-6870.   Givat Olga.   380043.   TS-6919.   Hadera.
380001.   TS-6871.   Givat Olga.   380044.   TS-6920.   Hadera.
380002.   TS-6872.   Givat Olga.   380045.   TS-6921.   Hadera.
380003.   TS-6873.   Givat Olga.   380046.   TS-6922.   Hadera.
380004.   TS-6874.   Givat Olga.   380047.   TS-6923.   Hadera.
380005.   TS-6876.   Givat Olga.   380048.   TS-6925.   Ramin.
380006.   TS-6880.   Hadera.       380049.   TS-6926.   Ramin.
380007.   TS-6881.   Hadera.       380050.   TS-6928.   Ramin.
380008.   TS-6882.   Hadera.       380051.   TS-6929.   Ramin.
380009.   TS-6883.   Hadera.       380052.   TS-6930.   Ramin.
380010.   TS-6884.   Hadera.       380053.   TS-6932.   Ramin.
380011.   TS-6885.   Hadera.       380054.   TS-6935.   Ramin.
86                     PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

379669 to 380518—Continued
 380055.   TS-6936.   Ramin.              380099.   TS-7122.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380056.   TS-6937.   Ramin.              380100.   TS-7123.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380057.   TS-6939.   Ramin.              380101.   TS-7124.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380058.   TS-6940.   Ramin.              380102.   TS-7125.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380059.   TS-6942.   Ramin.              380103.   T&-7129.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380060.   T&-6943.   Ramin.              380104.   TS^7130.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380061.   TS-6944.   Ramin.              380105.   TS-7131.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380062.   TS-6945.   Ramin.              380106.   TS-7134.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380063.   TS-6946.   Ramin.              380107.   TS-7136.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380064.   TS-6947.   Ramin.              380108.   TS-7137.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380065.   TS-6948.   Ramin.              380109.   TS-7138.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380066.   TS-6955.   Ramin.              380110.   TS-7139.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380067.   TS-6960.   Ramin.              380111.   TS-7140.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380068.   TS-6961.   Ramin.              380112.   TS-7141.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380069.   TS-6963.   Ramin.              380113.   TS-7142.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380070.   TS-6965.   Ramin.              380114.   TS-7143.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380071.   TS-6968.   Ramin.              380115.   TS-7145.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380072.   TS-6969.   Ramin.              380116.   TS-7146.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380073.   TS-6970.   Ramin.              380117.   TS-7147.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380074.   TS-6972.   Ramin.              380118.   TS-7148.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380075.   TS-6974.   Ramin.              380119.   TS-7149.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380076.   TS-6977.   Ramin.              380120.   TS-7150.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380077.   TS-6980.   Ramin.              380121.   TS-7152.   Zikhron Yaaqov.
 380078.   TS-6981.   Ramin.              380122.   TS-7155.   Bat Shelomo.
 380079.   TS-6982.   Ramin.              380123.   TS-7157.   Bat Shelomo.
 380080.   TS-6983.   Ramin.              380124.   TS-7158.   Bat Shelomo.
 380081.   TS-6988.   Ramin.              380125.   TS-7159.   Bat Shelomo.
 380082.   TS-6991.   Ramin.              380126.   TS-7341.   Elyaqim.
 380083.   TS-6993.   Ramin.              380127.   TS-7342.   Elyaqim.
 380084.   TS-7103.   Zikhron   Yaaqov.   380128.   TS-7343.   Elyaqim.
 380085.   TS-7104.   Zikhron   Yaaqov.   380129.   TS-7344.   Elyaqim.
 380086.   TS-7106.   Zikhron   Yaaqov.   380130.   TS-7345.   Elyaqim.
 380087.   TS-7107.   Zikhron   Yaaqov.   380131.   TS-7346.   Elyaqim.
 380088.   TS-7108.   Zikhron   Yaaqov.   380132.   TS-7347.   Elyaqim.
 380089.   TS-7109.   Zikhron   Yaaqov.   380133.   TS-7348.   Elyaqim.
 380090.   TS-7110.   Zikhron   Yaaqov.   380134.   TS-7349.   Elyaqim.
 380091.   TS-7111.   Zikhron   Yaaqov.   380135.   TS-7350.   Elyaqim.
 380092.   TS-7113.   Zikhron   Yaaqov.   380136.   TS-7351.   Elyaqim.
 380093.   TS-7115.   Zikhron   Yaaqov.   380137.   TS-7352.   Elyaqim.
 380094.   TS-7116.   Zikhron   Yaaqov.   380138.   TS-7353.   Elyaqim.
 380095.   TS-7117.   Zikhron   Yaaqov.   380139.   TS-7354.   Elyaqim.
 3800%.    TS-7118.   Zikhron   Yaaqov.   380140.   TS-7355.   Elyaqim.
 380097.   TS-7119.   Zikhron   Yaaqov.   380141.   TS-7356.   Elyaqim.
 380098.   TS-7121.   Zikhron   Yaaqov.   380142.   TS^7357.   Elyaqim.
                      JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31,1973                 87

379669 to 380518—Continued
 380143.   TS-7358.    Elyaqim.      380187.   TS-8629.   Ya'ara.
 380144.   TS-7359.    Elyaqim.      380188.   TS-8630.   Ya'ara.
 380145.   TS-8548.    Idmit.        380189.   TS-8631.   Ya'ara.
 380146.   TS-8549.    Idmit.        380190.   TS-8634.   Ya'ara.
 380147.   TS-8550.    Idmit.        380191.   TS-8635.   Ya'ara.
 380148.   TS-8551.    Idmit.        380192.   TS-8636.   Ya'ara.
 380149.   TS-8552.    Idmit.        380193.   TS-8657.   Idmit.
 380150.   TS-8555.    Idmit.        380194.   TS-8659.   Idmit.
 380151.   TS-8557.    Idmit.        380195.   TS-8660.   Idmit.
 380152.   TS-8558.    Idmit.        380196.   TS-8661.   Idmit.
 380153.   TS^8559.    Ya'ara.       380197.   TS-8663.   Idmit.
 380154.   TS-8578.    Ya'ara.       380198.   TS-8664.   Idmit.
 380155.   TS-8579.    Ya'ara.       380199.   TS-8665.   Idmit.
 380156.   T&-8580.    Ya'ara.       380200.   TS-8666.   Idmit.
 380157.   T&-8581.    Ya'ara.       380201.   TS-8668.   Idmit.
 380158.   TS-8582.    Ya'ara.       380202.   TS-8669.   Idmit.
 380159.   TS-8585.    Ya'ara.       380203.   TS-8670.   Idmit.
 380160.   TS-8587.    Ya'ara.       380204.   TS-8671.   Idmit.
 380161.   TS-8588.    Ya'ara.       380205.   TS-8672.   Idmit.
 380162.   TS-8589.    Ya'ara.       380206.   TS-8673.   Idmit.
 380163.   TS-8590.    Ya'ara.       380207.   TS-8674.   Idmit.
 380164.   TS-8591.    Ya'ara.       380208.   TS-8675.   Idmit.
 380165.   TS-8592.    Ya'ara.       380209.   TS-8677.   Idmit.
 380166.   TS-8593.    Ya'ara.       380210.   TS-8678.   Idmit.
 380167.   TS-8594.    Ya'ara.       380211.   TS-8679.   Idmit.
 380168.   TS-8600.    Ya'ara.       380212.   TS-8681.   Idmit.
 380169.   TS-8602.    Ya'ara.       380213.   TS-8682.   Idmit.
 380170.   TS^8603.    Ya'ara.       380214.   TS-8683.   Idmit.
 380171.   TS-8604.    Ya'ara.       380215.   TS-8684.   Idmit.
 380172.   T&-8605.    Ya'ara.       380216.   TS-8685.   Idmit.
 380173.   TS-8608.    Ya'ara.       380217.   T&-8687.   Idmit.
 380174.   TS-8609.    Ya'ara.       380218.   TS-8688.   Idmit.
 380175.   TS-8614.    Ya'ara.       380219.   TS-8689.   Idmit.
 380176.   TS-8616.    Ya'ara.       380220.   TS-8690.   Idmit.
 380177.   TS-8617.    Ya'ara.       380221.   TS-8691.   Idmit.
 380178.   TS-8618.    Ya'ara.       380222.   T&-8692.   Idmit.
 380179.   TS-8619.    Ya'ara.       380223.   TS-8693.   Idmit.
 380180.   TS-8621.    Ya'ara.       380224.   TS-8696.   Idmit.
 380181.   TS-8622.    Ya'ara.       380225.   TS-8745.   Zarit.
 380182.   TS-8623.    Ya'ara.       380226.   TS-8746.   Zarit.
 380183.   TS-8624.    Ya'ara.       380227.   TS-8747.   Zarit.
 380184.   TS-8625.    Ya'ara.       380228.   TS-8749.   Zarit.
 380185.   TS-8627.    Ya'ara.       380229.   TS-8750.   Zarit.
 380186.   TS-8628.    Ya'ara.       380230.   TS-8752.   Zarit.
88                      PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

379669 to 38051&—Continued
 380231.   TS-8753.    Zarit.       380275.   T&-8818. Dovev.
 380232.   TS-8754.    Zarit.       380276.   T&-8835. Dovev.
 380233.   TS-8755.    Zarit.       380277.   TS-8836. Dovev.
 380234.   TS-8757.    Zarit.       380278.   TS-8837. Dovev.
 380235.   TS-8758.    Zarit.       380279.   TS-8838. Dovev.
 380236.   TS-8760.    Zarit.       380280.   TS-8841. Dovev.
 380237.   TS-8761.    Zarit.       380281.   TS-8843. Dovev.
 380238.   TS-8762.    Zarit.       380282.   TS-8877. Yiftah.
 380239.   TS-8764.    Zarit.       380283.   TS-8878. Yiftah.
 380240.   TS-8765.    Zarit.       380284.   TS-8879. Yiftah.
 380241.   TS-8766.    Zarit.       380285.   TS-8880. Yiftah.
 380242.   TS-8767.    Zarit.       380286.   TS-8881. Yiftah.
 380243.   TS-8768.    Zarit.       380287.   TS^8882. Yiftah.
 380244.   TS-8769.    Zarit.       380288.   TS-8883. Yiftah.
 380245.   TS-8770.    Zarit.       380289.   TS-8884. Yiftah.
 380246.   TS-S771.    Zarit.       380290.   TS-8885. Yiftah.
 380247.   TS-8772.    Zarit.       380291.   TS-8886. Yiftah.
 380248.   TS-8773.    Zarit.       380292.   TS-8887. Yiftah.
 380249.   TS-8774.    Zarit.       380293.   TS-8889. Yiftah.
 380250.   TS-8775.    Zarit.       380294.   TS-8890. Yiftah.
 380251.   TS-8776.    Zarit.       380295.   TS-8891. Yiftah.
 380252.   TS-8777.    Zarit.       380296.   TS-8892. Yiftah.
 380253.   TS-8778.    Zarit.       380297.   TS-8894. Yiftah.
 380254.   TS-8779.    Zarit.       380298.   TS-8897. Yiftah.
 380255.   TS-8781.    Zarit.       380299.   TS-8898. Yiftah.
 380256.   TS-8782.    Zarit.       380300.   TS-8899. Yiftah.
 380257.   TS-8783.    Zarit.       380301.   TS-8900. Yiftah.
 380258.   TS-8784.    Zarit.       380302.   TS-8933. Manara
 380259.   TS-8785.    Zarit.       380303.   TS-8934. Manara
 380260.   TS^-8786.   Zarit.       380304.   TS-8936. Manara
 380261.   TS-8787.    Zarit.       380305.   TS-8937. Manara
 380262.   TS-8788.    Zarit.       380306.   TS-8938. Manara
 380263.   TS-8789.    Zarit.       380307.   TS-8940. Manara
 380264.   T&-8790.    Zarit.       380308.   TS-8941. Manara
 380265.   TS-8791.    Zarit.       380309.   TS-8942. El-Al.
 380266.   TS-8792.    Zarit.       380310.   TS-8944. El-Al.
 380267.   TS-8793.    Zarit.       380311.   TS-8945. El-Al.
 380268.   TS-8809.    Dovev.       380312.   TS-8946. El-Al.
 380269.   TS-8810.    Dovev.       380313.   TS-8948. El-Al.
 380270.   TS-8812.    Dovev.       380314.   TS-8949. El-Al.
 380271.   TS-8813.    Dovev.       380315.   TS-8950. El-Al.
 380272.   TS-8815.    Dovev.       380316.   TS-8952. El-Al.
 380273.   TS-8816.    Dovev.       380317.   TS-8953. El-Al.
 380274.   TS-8817.    Dovev.       380318.   TS-8954. El-Al.
                      JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31,1973                        89

379669 to 380518—Continued
 380319.   TS-8955.    Manara.        380363.   TS-9005.   Har   Yosifon
 380320.   TS-8956.    Manara.        380364.   TS-9006.   Har   Yosifon
 380321.   TS-8957.    Manara.        380365.   TS-9007.   Har   Yosifon
 380322.   TS-8958.    Manara.        380366.   TS-9008.   Har   Yosifon
 380323.   TS-8959.    Manara.        380367.   TS-9009.   Har   Yosifon
 380324.   TS-8960.    Manara.        380368.   TS-9010.   Har   Yosifon
 380325.   TS-8964.    Manara.        380369.   TS-9011.   Har   Yosifon
 380326.   TS-8965.    Manara.        380370.   TS-9012.   Har   Yosifon
 380327.   T&-8966.    Manara.        380371.   T&-9013.   Har   Yosifon
 380328.   TS-8969.    Mevo-Hama.     380372.   TS-9014.   Har   Yosifon
 380329.   TS-8970.    Mevo-Hama.     380373.   TS-9015.   Har   Yosifon
 380330.   TS-8971.    El-Al.         380374.   TS-9016.   Har   Yosifon
 380331.   TS-8972.    El-Al.         380375.   TS-9017.   Har   Yosifon
 380332.   TS-8973.    El-Al.         380376.   TS-9018.   Har   Yosifon
 380333.   TS-8974.    El-Al.         380377.   TS-9019.   Har   Yosifon
 380334.   T&-8975.    El-Al.         380378.   TS-9020.   Har   Yosifon
 380335.   TS^8976.    El-Al.         380379,   TS-9021.   Har   Yosifon
 380336.   TS-8978.    El-Al.         380380.   TS-9022.   Har   Yosifon
 380337.   TS-8979.    El-Al.         380381.   TS-9023.   Har   Yosifon
 380338.   TS-8980.    El-Al.         380382.   TS-9024.   Har   Yosifon
 380339.   TS-8981.    El-Al.         380383.   TS-9025.   Har   Yosifon
 380340.   TS-8982.    El-Al.         380384.   TS-9026.   Har   Yosifon
 380341.   TS-8983.    El-Al.         380385.   TS-9027.   Har   Yosifon
 380342.   TS-8984.    El-Al.         380386.   TS-9028.   Har   Yosifon
 380343.   TS-8985.    El-Al.         380387.   TS-9029.   Har   Yosifon
 380344.   TS^8986.    El-Al.         380388.   TS-9030.   Har   Yosifon
 380345.   TS-8987.    El-Al.         380389.   TS-9031.   Har   Yosifon
 380346.   TS^8988.    El-Al.         380390.   TS-9032.   Har   Yosifon
 380347.   TS-8989.    El-Al.         380391.   TS-9033.   Har   Yosifon
 380348.   TS-8990.    El-Al.         380392.   TS-9034.   Har   Yosifon
 380349.   TS-8991.    El-Al.         380393.   TS-9035.   Har   Yosifon
 380350.   TS-8992.    El-Al.         380394.   TS-9036.   Har   Yosifon
 380351.   TS-8993.    El-Al.         380395.   TS-9037.   Har   Yosifon
 380352.   TS-8994.    El-Al.         380396.   TS-9038.   Har   Yosifon
 380353.   TS-8995.    El-Al.         380397.   TS-9039.   Har   Yosifon
 380354.   TS-8996.    El-Al.         380398.   TS-9040.   Har   Yosifon
 380355.   TS-8997.    Har Yosifon.   380399.   TS-9041.   Har   Yosifon
 380356.   TS-8998.    Har Yosifon.   380400.   TS-9052.   Har   Shipon.
 380357.   TS-8999.    Har Yosifon.   380401.   TS-9057.   Har   Shipon.
 380358.   TS-9000.    Har Yosifon.   380402.   TS-9062.   Har   Shipon.
 380359.   TS-9001.    Har Yosifon.   380403.   TS-9067.   Har   Shipon.
 380360.   TS-9002.    Har Yosifon.   380404.   TS-9072.   Har   Shipon.
 380361.   TS-9003.    Har Yosifon.   380405.   TS-9077.   Har   Shipon.
 380362.   TS-9004.    Har Yosifon.   380406.   TS-9082.   Har   Shipon.
90                     PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

379669 to 380518—Continued
 380407.   TS-9087.   Har Shipon.    380451.   TS^9166.   Merom Golan
 380408.   TS-9092.   Har Shipon.    380452.   TS-9167.   Merom Golan
 380409.   TS-9097.   Har Shipon.    380453.   TS-9168.   Merom Golan
 380410.   TS-9107.   Har Shipon.    380454.   TS-9169.   Merom Golan
 380411.   TS-9110.   Har Shipon.    380455.   TS-9170.   Merom Golan
 380412.   TS-9111.   Tel Atalaa.    380456.   TS^9171.   Merom Golan
 380413.   TS-9113.   Tel Atalaa.    380457.   TS-9172.   Merom Golan
 380414.   TS-9116.   Tel Atalaa.    380458.   TS-9173.   Merom Golan
 380415.   TS-9125.   Tel Atalaa.    380459.   TS-9174.   Merom Golan
 380416.   TS-9127.   Tel Atalaa.    380460.   TS-9175.   Merom Golan
 380417.   TS-9129.   Tel Pazara.    380461.   TS-9176.   Merom Golan
 380418.   TS-9130.   Tel Pazara.    380462.   TS-9177.   Merom Golan
 380419.   TS-9133.   Tel Pazara.    380463.   TS-9178.   Merom Golan
 380420.   TS-9135.   Tel Pazara.    380464.   TS-9179.   Merom Golan
 380421.   TS-9136.   Merom Golan.   380465.   TS-9180.   Merom Golan
 380422.   TS-9137.   Merom Golan.   380466.   TS-9181.   Merom Golan
 380423.   TS-9138.   Merom Golan.   380467.   TS-9182.   Merom Golan
 380424.   TS-9139.   Merom Golan.   380468.   TS-9183.   Merom Golan
 380425.   TS-9140.   Merom Golan.   380469.   TS-9184.   Merom Golan
 380426.   TS-9141.   Merom Golan.   380470.   TS-9185.   Merom Golan
 380427.   TS-9142.   Merom Golan.   380471.   TS-9186.   Merom Golan
 380428.   TS-9143.   Merom Golan.   380472.   TS-9187.   Merom Golan
 380429.   TS-9144.   Merom Golan.   380473.   TS-9188.   Merom Golan
 380430.   TS-9145.   Merom Golan.   380474.   TS-9189.   Merom Golan
 380431.   TS-9146.   Merom Golan.   380475.   TS-9190.   Merom Golan
 380432.   TS-9147.   Merom Golan.   380476.   TS-9191.   Merom Golan
 380433.   TS-9148.   Merom Golan.   380477.   TS-9192.   Merom Golan
 380434.   TS-9149.   Merom Golan.   380478.   TS-9193.   Merom Golan
 380435.   TS-9150.   Merom Golan.   380479.   TS-9194.   Merom Golan
 380436.   TS-9151.   Merom Golan.   380480.   TS-9195.   Merom Golan
 380437.   TS-9152.   Merom Golan.   380481.   TS-9196.   Merom Golan
 380438.   TS-9153.   Merom Golan.   380482.   TS-9197.   Merom Golan
 380439.   TS-9154.   Merom Golan.   380483.   TS-9198.   Merom Golan
 380440.   TS-9155.   Merom Golan.   380484.   TS-9199.   Merom Golan
 380441.   TS-9156.   Merom Golan.   380485.   TS-9200.   Merom Golan
 380442.   TS-9157.   Merom Golan.   380486.   TS-9201.   Merom Golan
 380443.   TS-9158.   Merom Golan.   380487.   TS-9202.   Merom Golan
 380444.   TS-9159.   Merom Golan.   380488.   TS-9203.   Merom Golan
 380445.   TS-9160.   Merom Golan.   380489.   TS-9204.   Merom Golan
 380446.   TS-9161.   Merom Golan.   380490.   TS-9205.   Merom Golan
 380447.   TS-9162.   Merom Golan.   380491.   TS-9206.   Merom Golan
 380448.   TS-9163.   Merom Golan.   380492.   TS-9207.   Merom Golan
 380449.   TS-9164.   Merom Golan.   380493.   TS-9208.   Merom Golan
 380450.   TS-9165.   Merom Golan.   380494.   TS-9209.   Merom Golan
                      JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                         91
379669 to 380518—Continued
 380495.   TS-9210.    Merom   Golan.   380507.   TS-9222.   Merom   Golan
 380496.   TS-9211.    Merom   Golan.   380508.   TS-9223.   Merom   Golan
 380497.   TS-9212.    Merom   Golan.   380509.   TS-9224.   Merom   Golan
 380498.   TS-9213.    Merom   Golan.   380510.   TS-9225.   Merom   Golan
 380499.   TS-9214.    Merom   Golan.   380511.   TS-9226.   Merom   Golan
 380500.   TS-9215.    Merom   Golan.   380512.   TS-9227.   Merom   Golan
 380501.   TS-9216.    Merom   Golan.   380513.   TS-9228.   Merom   Golan
 380502.   TS-9217.    Merom   Golan.   380514.   TS-9229.   Merom   Golan
 380503.   TS-9218.    Merom   Golan.   380515.   TS-9230.   Merom   Golan
 380504.   TS-9219.    Merom   Golan.   380516.   TS-9231.   Merom   Golan
 380505.   TS-9220.    Merom   Golan.   380517.   TS-9232.   Merom   Golan
 380506.   TS-9221.    Merom   Golan.   380518.   TS-9233.   Merom   Golan

380519.     CRAMBE HISPANICA L. Cruciferae.
From Israel. Seed presented by David Heller, Department of Botany, Hebrew
    University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem. Received January 31, 1973.
  Cliff, northeast of Moshav Margaliot Manara Mountains, Upper Galilee.

380520.  THUNBERGIA GIBSONI S. Moore Acanthaceae.
From Netherlands. Seed presented by H. Kieft, Bloemzaden, Hoorn. Received
   June 20, 1973.
  Commercial seed.

380521.   CAPSICUM ANNUUM L. Solanaceae.                         Pimento.
From Mexico. Seed presented by P. G. Smith, Department of Vegetable Crops,
   University of California, Davis, to Regional Plant Introduction Station,
   Experiment, Georgia. Received June 5, 1973.
  AC 2207. 'Serrano'. San Luis Potosi, Mexico. Cultivated.

380522 and 380523.
From Australia. Seed presented by Genetics Resources Division, Bureau of
    Plant Industry, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organi-
    zation. Received June 18, 1973.
  380522. DIGITARIA SMUTSII Stent Gramineae.
    C.P.I. 38869. Lot 12/70. Originally received from South Africa under
  designation "Northern Strain."
  380523. STYLOSANTHES GUYANENSIS (Aubl.) Swartz Leguminosae.
    Q 1025. 'Cook'.
380524.    CYNODON NLEMFUENSIS Vanderyst                Gramineae.
From Puerto Rico. Stolons presented by A. Sotomayor Rios, Corozal Substation,
   University of Puerto Rico, Corozal. Received June 12, 1973.
380525. IMPATIENS AURICOMA Baill.             Balsaminaceae.
From United States. Seed presented by United States Plant Introduction
   Station, Miami, Florida. Received June 6, 1973.
  M-22165. Originally from Kew Gardens, England. Flowers yellow with spur
expanded to form wide throat. (B-60903).
380526. COPROSMA ROBUSTA Raoul         Rubiaceae.
From New Zealand. Seed presented by M. J. A. Bulfin, Botany Division,
92                         PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

380526—Continued
   Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Christchurch.   Received
   June 7, 1973.
  Near Akaroa, Banks Peninsula, Canterbury, South Island.
380527 and 380528.          ORYZA SATIVA L.         Gramineae.         Rice.
From Thailand. Seed presented by Rockefeller Foundation, Bangkok.        Re-
    ceived June 20, 1973.
  380527. ' R D 4 \
  380528. 'RD 5'.

380529 to 380535.           VOANDZEIA SUBTERRANNEA (L.)              Thouars
     Leguminosae.
From Rhodesia. Seed presented by G. L. Hildebrand, Groundnut Breeder,
    Salisbury Research Station, Causeway, Salisbury. Received June 22,1973.
  380529. No. 1. Seed medium, dark tan.
  380530. No. 2. Seed large, black.
  380531. No. 3. Seed very large, pronounced browning around hilum.
  380532. No. 4. Seed very large, pronounced grayish black around hilum.
  380533. No. 5. Seed medium, grayish pattern around hilum, purplish brown
    mottling.
  380534. No. 6. Seed medium, light tan, no marking around hilum.
  380535. No. 7. Seed medium, light pinkish brown.
380536 to 380557.
From Kenya. Plants presented by Peter Greensmith, Horticultural Consultant,
    Nairobi through R. P. Kahn, Plant Quarantine Officer-in-Charge, East
    African Agriculture and Forestry Research Organization. Received May 4,
    1973.
  380536. BOUGAINVILLEA sp. Nyctaginaceae.
    'Ada Atwell'. R.H.S. color orange red Gp 35C.
 380537.       BOUGAINVILLEA sp.
     'Allison Eavet\     R.H.S. color red purple Gp 70C.
 380538.       BOUGAINVILLEA sp.
     'Asia*.    R.H.S. color red purple Gp 63C to D.
 380539.       BOUGAINVILLEA sp.
     'Beaujolais'.
  380540.      BOUGAINVILLEA sp.
     'Berylus Red*.     R.H.S. color red Gp 55A to B.
  380541.      BOUGAINVILLEA sp.
     'Brilliant variagata'.
  380542.      BOUGAINVILLEA sp.
     'Cypheri'.
  380543.      BOUGAINVILLEA sp.
      'Elizabeth'.    R.H.S. color red purple Gp 72B to C.
  380544.      BOUGAINVILLEA sp.
      'Floribunda'.    R.H.S. color white and purple Gp 78D.
  380545.      BOUGAINVILLEA sp.
      'Gillian Greensmith'.    R.H.S. color red Gp 50C.
                       JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                    93

380536 to 380557—Continued
 380546.   BOUGAINVILLEA sp.
   'Gladys Hepburn'.
 380547.   BOUGAINVILLEA sp.
   'Golden Glow*.
 380548.   BOUGAINVILLEA sp.
   'India Flame*.      R.H.S. color red purple Gp 66D.
 380549.   BOUGAINVILLEA sp.
   'Jennifer Fernie'.
 380550.   BOUGAINVILLEA sp.
   'Kayata'.    R.H.S. color red Gp 54C to D.
 380551.   BOUGAINVILLEA sp.
   'Lady Mary MaxwelP.
 380552.   BOUGAINVILLEA sp.
   'Mrs. H. C. Buck*.
 380553.   BOUGAINVILLEA sp.
   'No. 4 Seedling*.
 380554.   BOUGAINVILLEA sp.
   'Ralph Sander*.      R.H.S. color greenish-white.
 380555.   BOUGAINVILLEA sp.
   'Ruaraka*.
 380556.   BOUGAINVILLEA sp.
   'Sanderiana*.
 380557.   BOUGAINVILLEA sp.
   'Sunrise*.
380558 to 380570.        HELIANTHUS ANNUUS L.            Compositae.
                                                                Sunflower.
From Kenya. Seed presented by G. M. Ravagnan, National Agricultural
    Research Station, Kitale through J. R. Lofgren, Dahlgren and Company,
    Crookston, Minnesota. Received January 17, 1973.
  380558. A-1401. K002-1968. Plant height 310 cm., head size 24 cm. Bag-
    ging date August 18. Black seed.
 380559. A-1402. K003-1969. Plant height 200 to 260 cm., head size 14 to 28
    cm. Bagging date August 8. Dark-striped seed.
 380560. A-1403. K004-1969. Plant height 145 to 250 cm., head size 24 to 30
    cm. Bagging date August 1. Dark-striped seed.
 380561. A-1404. K014-1968. Plant height 270 cm., head size 26 cm. Bag-
    ging date August 14. White seed.
  380562. A-1405. K030 A-1970. Plant height 200 to 300 cm., head size 16 to
      32 cm. Bagging date August 7. Large white seed.
 380563. A-1406. K030 B-1968. Plant height 215 to 260 cm., head size 24 to
      29 cm. Bagging date August 12. Large white seed.
 380564. A-1407. K073-1970. Dwarf plant up to 90 to 105 cm., head size 13 to
    20 cm. Bagging date August 9. Gray-striped seed.
 380565. A-1408. K099-1970. Plant height 300 cm., head size 30 cm. Bag-
    ging date August 1. Large, brown-striped seed.
 380566. A-1409. K099C-1970. Plant height 310 cm., head size 34 cm. Bag-
    ging date August 5. Large white seed.
94                     PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

380558 to 380570—Continued
 380567. A-1410. K099 E-1970. Plant height 230 to 350 cm., head size 22 to
   27 cm. Bagging date August 12. Brown seed with white stripe.
 380568. A-1411. K10O-1969. Plant height 300 to 380 cm., head size 21 to 25
   cm. Bagging date August 12. White c4 seed.
 380569. A-1412. K101-1969. Plant height 30Q to 400 cm., head size 19 to 26
   cm. Bagging date August 16. Gray-striped c4 seed.
 380570. A-1413. K102-1969. Plant height 210 to 290 cm., head size 18 to 25
   cm. Bagging date August 14. Dark-striped c4 seed.
380571 to 380573.     HELIANTHUS ANNUUS L.          Compositae.
                                                               Sunflower.
From United States. Breeding lines developed by J. R. Lofgren while at the
    Northwest Experiment Station, Crookston, Minnesota, and presented May
    1971 by B. E. Youngquist, Station Superintendent, to Regional Plant
    Introduction, Ames, Iowa. Received January 17, 1973.
  380571. A-1388. 1018-4 Mn 32, S2. Plant height 180 to 210 cm., head size 14
    to 18 cm. Bagging date August 6. Wild germplasm with potential for rust
    resistance.
  380572. A-1389. 1018-5 Mn 32, S2. Plant height 200 to 270 cm., head size 12
    to 23 cm. Bagging date July 25. Wild germplasm with potential for rust
    resistance.
  380573. A-1390. 1024-1 Mn 34, S2. Plant height 180 to 240 cm., head size 15
    to 20 cm. Baggingdate August 17. Wild germplasm with potential for rust
    resistance.
380574 and 380575.      HELIANTHUS ANNUUS L.             Compositae.
                                                                  Sunflower.
From Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seed received in 1969 by Cargill Seed
    Company, Glyndon, Minnesota, and presented April 1972 to Regional Plant
    Introduction Station, Agricultural Research Service, Ames, Iowa. Re-
    ceived January 17, 1973.
  380574. A-1416. 'Luch'. Plant height 175 to 210 cm., head size 16 to 24
    cm. Bagging date July 15. Cultivated.
  380575. A-1415. 'Sputnik 70'. Originally from the Soviet Union via Morden,
    Manitoba, Canada 1971. Plant height 185 to 215 cm., head size 15 to 25
    cm. Bagging date July 20. Cultivated.
380576. HELIANTHUS ANNUUS L. Compositae.                   Sunflower.
From Argentina. Seed presented by Instituto Nacional de Technologia
   Agropecuaria, Colonia Benitz through Cargill Seed Company, Glyndon,
    Minnesota. Received January 17, 1973.
  A-1351. Tehuen'. Plant height 180 to 200 cm., head size 21 to 27
cm. Bagging date July 23. Cultivated.
380577. HELIANTHUS ANNUUS L. Compositae.                       Sunflower.
From Iran. Seed from unknown donor in Khoy, Azerbaijan through Dahlgren
   and Company, Inc., Crookston, Minnesota. Received January 17, 1973.
  A-1386. Plant height 230 to 270 cm., head size 15 to 30 cm. Bagging date
August 14.
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380578 to 380602. VOANDZEIA SUBTERRANNEA (L.) T h o u a r s
   Leguminosae.
From Ghana. Seed presented by H. L. 0. Holloway, Crops Research Institute,
    Bunso-Bosuso. Received June 14, 1973.
  380578. No. 1. Seed large, dark red.
  380579. No. 2. Seed medium, dark red.
  380580. No. 3. Seed small, tan, hilum rather inconspicuous.
  380581. No. 4. Seed medium large, dark red.
  380582. No. 8. Seed medium large, tan, conspicuous browning around hilum.
  380583. No. 18. Seed medium large, dark red with irregular tan pattern.
  380584. No. 20. Seed medium large, dark red with irregular tan pattern.
  380585. No. 28. Seed small to medium large, tan splotches larger than for
   P.I. 380584.
 380586. No. 29. Seed medium to large, dark red.
 380587. No. 30. Seed medium to large, dark red with irregular tan pattern.
 380588. No. 32. Seed small to medium, conspicuous browning around hilum.
 380589. No. 36. Seed medium to large, conspicuous browning around hilum.
 380590. No. 39. Seed small to medium, dark red, large tan splotches.
 380591. No. 43. Seed large, dark red.
 380592. No. 48. Seed medium large, dark red with irregular tan pattern.
 380593. No. 55. Seed medium, tan with conspicuous browning around hilum.
 380594. No. 60. Seed large, dark red.
 380595. No. 63. Seed medium large, red.
 380596. No. 65. Seed medium, very dark red with irregular tan pattern.
 380597. No. 66. Seed small to medium, dark red.
 380598. No. 68. Seed medium, dark red.
 380599. No. 69. Seed medium to large, dark red.
 380600. No. 72. Seed small to medium large, tan with conspicuous browning
   around hilum.
 380601. L-ll. Seed large, black.
 380602. L-14. Seed medium to large, black.
380603 to 381079.
From Iran. Seed collected by J. L. Schwendiman, Plant Materials Center, Soil
    Conservation Service, Pullman, Washington. Received September 15,1972.
  380603. ACACIA NILOTICA (L.) Willd. Leguminosae.
    56. Behbahan. Perennial leguminous tree to 5 m. tall, lanceolate
  willowlike leaves. Pod 12 to 15 cm. long, light straw color, constricted between
  seeds. Used for landscaping city streets. Cultivated.
 380604.   ACHILLEA FILIPENDULINA Lam.       Compositae.
    371.   Gardaneh-Zagheh. Perennial to 35 cm. tall. Sod forming, yellow
  flowers, no petals. Large, very finely dissected leaves. Wild.
 380605 to 380608.   ACHILLEA SANTOLINA L.
   380605. 130. West of Mashad 100 km. Dwarf to 20 cm. tall. Sod former.
     Yellow blossoms. Widely distributed in Iran. Wild.
   380606. 197. Googad. Perennial to 10 cm. tall. Yellow blooms. Sod
     former. Widely adapted in Iran. Wild.
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380603 to 38107^—Continued
 380605 to 380608—Continued
   380607. 251. Kamalabad. Perennial to 20 cm. Yellow blooms. Sod
     former. Potential ground cover. Wild.
   380608. 340. Nujian, Dez Watershed Camp 50 km. north of Khorramabad,
     Loristan Province. Perennial to 25 cm. tall, yellow blooms. Sod
     former. Dry site. Wild.
 380609.   ACHILLEA SULPHUREA Boiss.
   289. Seritchal. Perennial to 20 cm. tall.    Yellow blooms.   Sod former.
 Thick grayish finely divided leaf. Wild.
 380610.   ACHILLEA sp.
    218. Eighteen km. north of Sanandaj. Perennial to 1 m. tall. Yellow
 flowers, no petals. Raceme flat, very sparse narrow pinnate leaves alternate
 around stem. Black rust on lower part of stem. Abundant, not eaten.
 Wild.
 380611.   ACHILLEA sp.
   230. Kalakan. Plant to 30 cm. tall. Sod former. Yellow flowers, no
 petals. Basal leaves 2 cm. broad at base, gray pubescent, deeply incised.
 Most abundant plant in graveyard. Heavily used on sheep driveway. Wild.
 380612.   ACHILLEA sp.
   323. Hajiabad. Rhizomatous perennial to 20 cm. tall, leaves 1 cm. by 2 cm.
 long, fleshy and finely dissected. Yellow flowers with 1 cm. by 1 cm. yellow
 petals. Wild.
 380613.   ACHILLEA sp.
   377. Mako, near Iran-Turkey border. Plants to 30 cm. tall. Stems spread-
 ing 30 cm. Gray pubescent finely incised fernlike basal foliage. Wild.
 380614.   ACHILLEA sp.
   449. Eight km. east of Gajereh. Perennial, slow sodder. Yellow blooms,
 few petals. Minute, fleshy leaves. Elevation 1,500 m. Abundant on rocky
 south slope. Wild.
 380615. AELUROPUS LITTORALIS (Gouan) Parl. Gramineae.
   249. Valadabad, 41 km. south of Gazuin. Perennial to 20 cm. tall. Sod
 former. Brittle stems and foliage. Abundant in low places in salty
 areas. Wild.
 380616. AELUROPUS REPENS (Desf.) Parl.
    141. Ten km. south of Sabzevar. Creeping plant to 16 cm. tall. Poor seed
 set. In low, moist areas. Wild.
 380617 to 380619. AGROPYRON CRISTATUM (L.) Gaertn. Gramineae.
                                                           Crested wheatgrass.
   380617. 374. East of Customs House, Mako, Iran-Turkey border. Lime
      stone shallow soil on hillside. East exposure. Bulk collection,
      variable types. Wild.
   380618. 380. Thirty km. west of Khoy. Vigorous plants, broad heads.
      Limestone soil. Growing in association with A. trichophorum.    Wild.
   380619. 496. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran.
      Rainfall 250 m., silty clay gravelly loam. Nursery No. 1025. Elevation
      1,900 m. Cultivated.
 380620. AGROPYRON DASYSTACHYUM (Hook.) Scribn.
   471. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran. Rain-
 fall 250 m., silty clay gravelly loam. Nursery No. 1366. Elevation 1,900
 m. Originally from United States. Cultivated.
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380603 to 381079—Continued
 380621. AGROPYRON DESERTORUM (Fisch. ex Link) Schult.              Wheatgrass
   375. Mako, near Iran-Turkey border. Narrow pubescent leaves, seed
 heads brownish. Limestone hillside. Growing in association with Bromus
 erectu8. Wild.
 380622 to 380625. AGROPYRON ELONGATIFORME Drobov
   380622. 379. Thirty km. west of Khoy. Plants resemble quackgrass.
   Narrow spikes. Persisting in cultivated and harvested wheat field.
   Wild.
   380623. 394. Seventy-two km. northeast of Tabriz. Dryland quackgrass
     persisting along borders of wheat fields. Not eaten readily by sheep or
     goats. Silty clay gravelly loam. Elevation 1,600 m. Wild.
   380624. 399. Forty km. east of Ahar. Dryland quackgrass on edge of
     road. Elevation 1,200 m. Wild.
   380625. 442. Along creek near Gachar. Short, rhizomatous plant. Im-
     bricate heads, highly fertile seed. Elevation 2,200 m. Wild.
 380626. AGROPYRON ELONGATUM (Host) Beauv.                     Tall wheatgrass.
   381. Thirty-five km. south of Khoy. Bulk collection, coarse blue type.
 Wild.
 380627 to 380635. AGROPYRON INTERMEDIUM (Host) Beauv.
                                                      Intermediate wheatgrass.
   380627. 352. Between Watershed Camp and top of pass to Khorramabad,
      Nujian. Single isolated colony of glabrous green-leaved plants. Sod
      former. Poor seed set. Wild.
   380628. 353. Nujian. Single colony of glabrous green-leaved plants to
      1.2 m. tall. Sod former. Curved spikelets. Wild.
   380629. 354. Nujian. Single plant, blue foliage. Sod former. Long,
      outcurved spikelets. Growing through spiny Astragalus bush. Wild.
   380630. 355. Nujian. Single plant, green leaves. Sod former. Low
     fertility. Oak forest, east slope. Wild.
   380631. 356. Nujian. Single colony of plants 1.2 m. tall, spreading to 2 m.
      Low fertility, low seed set. Wild.
   380632. 400. Forty km. northeast of Ahar. Blue-flowered type. Growing
     in association with Andropogon ischaemum.    Basalt silt loam soil. Ele-
     vation 1,200 m. Wild.
   380633. 401. Forty km. southeast of Ahar. Green-flowered type. Rapid
      spreader. Growing in association with Andropogon ischaemum.       Basalt
      silt loam soil. Elevation 1,200 m. Wild.
   380634. 404. Meskinshahr, 35 km. southeast on road to Mount Sabalon.
      Green-flowered type. Stony basalt soil. Elevation 1,900 m. Wild.
   380635. 457. Gajere, 3 m. above ski slope. Bulk collection variable types.
      Basalt west slope. Elevation 2,750 m. Wild.
 380636 to 380642.   AGROPYRON INTERMEDIUM var. TRICHOPHORUM (Link) Halac.
   380636. 331. Fifty-four km. north of Khorramabad. Dwarf perennial to 1
     m. diameter, 35 cm. tall. Very fine stems and leaves. Slowly rhizo-
     matous. Poor seed set. Elevation 2,000 m. Wild.
   380637. 357. Fifty km. south of Borujerd. Tall spreading plant, blue fo-
     liage. Isolated colony. Growing in association with Festuca ovina.
     Wild.
   380638. 358. Nujian. One large, isolated colony, spreading in clump of
     spiny Astragalus.  Elevation 1,900 m. Wild.
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380603 to 381079—Continued
 380636 to 380642—Continued
   380639. 370. Gardaneh-Zagheh, northwest of Arak. Plant to 1.3 m. tall,
     spreading. Single colony. West slope in protected, dryland tree plant-
     ing. Wild.
   380640. 378. Thirty-five km. northeast of Khoy. Variable plants, lime-
     stone soil. Wild.
   380641. 393. Twenty km. northeast of Tabriz. One isolated colony.
     Poor seed set, only trace of pubescence. On silt loam roadside. Wild.
   380642. 464. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran.
     Rainfall 250 mm., silty clay gravelly loam. Nursery No. 1348. Cultivated.
 380643. AGROPYRON LEPTOURUM (Nevski) Grossh.
   443. Gachar. Long, narrow heads, broad leaves. Many sterile culms.
 Fertile slope. Elevation 2,200 m. Wild.
 380644 to 380652. AGROPYRON TAURII Boiss. & Bal.
   380644. 291. Bulk collection from isolated plants on steep, west slope.
     Poor seed set. Wild.
   380645. 390. Twenty km. northeast of Tabriz. Bulk collection, narrow-
     leaved bunchgrass similar to A. inerme. May have short rhizomes. Not
     eaten readily by sheep or goats. On steep northeast slope of cemented
     gravel and limestone boulders. Wild.
   380646. 391. Twenty km. northeast of Tabriz. Single plant selection,
     broad leaves, cauline leaves. Similar to P.I. 380645. Wild.
   380647. 392. Thirty-three km. east-northeast of Tabriz. Bunchgrass
     similar to A. inerme. Silt loam soil among basalt and limestone boulders.
     Wild.
   380648. 398. Twenty km. northeast of Ahar. Perennial bunchgrass.
     Steep, silt loam, limestone soil. Wild.
   380649. 405. Meskinshahr, 40 km. southeast on road to Mt. Sabalan. Ele-
     vation 2,200 m. Wild.
   380650. 415. Thirty-five km. northwest of Ardebil. Plant large. Bulk
     collection. Best seed set found. Limestone soil. Elevation 1,500 m.
     Wild.
   380651. 422. Fifty km. northwest of Ghazvin. Plants large, sparse seed-
     ers. Bulk collection. Rocky, steep, basalt strewn slope. Almost pure
     stand. Wild.
   380652. 463. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran.
     Rainfall 250 mm., silty clay, gravelly loam. Nursery No. 121. Cultivated.
 380653.   AGROPYRON sp.
   292. Seritchal. Perennial to 1.5 m. tall, large bunch, elongated head with
 distant spikelets. Purple glumes and rachis. Wild.
 380654.   AGROPYRON sp.
   387. Sixty-five km. north of Razaiyah.    Favorable site and wet spot along
 road. Wild.
 380655.   AGROPYRON sp.
   455. Gajere, two km. above ski lodge. Plant to 1.5 m. tall, long heads, pur-
 ple rachis. Sod former. Growing in association with Agropyron interme-
 dium at 823 m. elevation on basalt strewn slope. Wild.
 380656.   AGROPYRON sp.
   456. Gajere, 2 km. above ski lodge. Plant to 1.5 m. tall.       Growing in
 association with A. intermedium. Basalt rock slope. Wild.
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380603 to 38107ft—Continued
 380657. ALLIUM sp. Liliaceae.
   278. Zanjan. Small, white onions. For table use as green onions. Seed
 grown near Tehran. Commercial. Cultivated.
 380658 to 380666. ALOPECURUS ARUNDINACEUS Poir. Gramineae.           Foxtail.
   380658. 17. Twenty-six km. south of Dehbid. Leaves narrow, blue.
     Heads small, awned. Sod former. Elevation 2,000 m. Wild.
   380659. 70. Nuzian pass, 3 km. east of Khorramabad-Loristan Dez water-
     shed. Blue creeping, white seeded. Wild.
   380660. 168. Gangiab. Blue foliage, short head, variable. Creeping.
     Elevation 2,100 m. Wild.
   380661. 199. Khomeyn. Perennial, sod former. Blue foliage, white
     heads awned. Along roadside ditch, salty area. Wild.
   380662. 200. Ture. Rhizomatous perennial. Blue foliage, white heads
     awned and awnless. In wet spots in wheat field. Elevation
     2,000 m. Wild.
   380663. 226. Fifty-five km. north of Sanandaj. Sod former. Green
     foliage, awnless. Dark seed. Wet spot in fallow area. Elevation 2,030
     m. Wild.
   380664. 317. Ghochak. Perennial. Sod forming. Green foliage, black
     awnless seeds. Wet area isolated in tree planted area. Wild.
   380665. 373. Mako, 5 km. north near Iran-Turkey border. Creeping
     plants, black awnless seed. In quackgrass meadow. Wild.
   380666. 460. Above ski slope, Gajere. Single plant to 1 m. tall. Short,
     awnless seed heads. Blue, creeping plants. Vigorous. Along moun-
     tain stream. Elevation 2,040 m. Wild.
 380667 to 380673. ALOPECURUS PRATENSIS L.                    Meadow foxtail.
   380667. 64. Watershed area, Khorramabad. Perennial bunch type, blue
     foliage, white seed. Elevation 2,000 m. Wild.
   380668. 225. Fifty-five km. north of Sanandaj. Mostly white seeded,
     awned, coarse. Wet spot in fallow area at top of grade. Elevation
     2,030 m. Wild.
   380669. 233. Four km. south of Kalakan. White seeded, awned. Some
     rhizomes. Isolated patch in waterfield. Wild.
   380670. 360. Song-Tarash village, Khoramabad, Loristan Province.
     Growing in association with Phalaris and Carex. Elevation 1,400 m.
     Wild.
   380671. 361. Nuzian Pass, 10 km. east of Khoramabad, Loristan
     Province. South slope in seep area. Growing in association with
     Hordeum violaceum and H. bulbosum. Wild.
   380672. 406. Meshkinshahr, 42 km. southeast on dirt road to Mt. Sabalan.
     Small plants, shattered foliage, closely grazed. Elevation 2,000 m.
   380673. 413. Northeast side of Mt. Sabalan. Stout plants, large-awned
     heads. Growing around mountain meadow spring in association with
     De8champ8ia. Elevation 2,450 m. Wild.
 380674 to 380676. ALTHAEA OFFICINALIS L. Malvaceae.
   380674. 224. Thirty km. north of Sanandaj. White blooms, single petals.
     Bifid incised. Very common in wheatfields. Wild.
   380675. 257. Abdolabad. Rare pale yellow blooms. Wild.
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380603 to 381079—Continued
 380674 to 380676—Continued
   380676. 366. Song-Torash.         Biennial.   Weed in wheatfields.     Elevation
     1,500 m. Wild.
 380677.   ALTHAEA sp.
   475. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran. Rain-
 fall 250 mm., silty clay, gravelly loam. Nursery No. 421. felevation
 1,900 m. Wild.
 380678. AMELANCHIER sp. Rosaceae.
   396. Ninety-five km. northeast of Tabriz. Shrub to 1 m. tall, small leaves,
 browsed by sheep and goats. Rare plants have seed. In creek bottom.
 Deep silt loam. Wild.
 380679. AMYGDALUS HORRIDA Spach Rosaceae.
   214. Bisatoon game reserve, 40 km. west of Kermanshah. Perennial
 shrub, spiny dark green leaves. Over 75 percent of new growth grazed off by
 sheep and goats. Growing in association with Quercus persica.      Elevation
 1,650 m. Wild.
 380680. ARTEMISIA AUCHERI Boiss. Compositae.
   472. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran. Rain-
 fall 250 mm., silty clay gravelly loam. Nursery No. 313. Wild and cultivated.
 380681 and 380682. ASTRAGALUS CARAGANA Fisch. & Mey. Leguminosae.
   380681. 149. Zardabeh. Perennial to 8 cm. tall. Prostrate stems to
      16 mm. Short pods. Wild.
   380682. 158. Zardabeh, in second valley. Perennial, semi-erect.
      Deeply sutured pods. Similar to P.I. 380681, but not prostrate. Wild.
 380683 to 380684. ASTRAGALUS CHABORASICUS Boiss. & Haussk. ex Boiss.
   380683. 242. Thirty-two km. northeast of Bijar. Perennial, late matur-
      ing, nonspiny. Poor seed set. Rainfall 300 mm. Elevation 1,600 m.
      Wild.
   380684. 260. Abdolabad. Late blooming, alfalfalike plant, perennial tap
      root. Pods close, indurate on end of short spike. Few plants on 2
      hectares. Wild.
 380685.   ASTRAGALUS CORNUTUS Pall.
   293.    Seritchal.    Perennial woody, spiny bush.   Abundant.       Wild.
 380686.   ASTRAGALUS FASCICULIFOLIUS Boiss.
   342. Nujian. Perennial to 40 cm., spread 1 m. Orbicular leaves, two pair
 per leaf stem. Inflated pods along stems. Abundant on dry sites in open oak
 forest areas. Wild.
 380687 to 380689.      ASTRAGALUS HAMOSUS L.
   380687. 6. Sixty km. south of Ghom. Narrow leaf and stems 20 cm. long to
     15 cm. high. Narrow, one-half sickle pod. Seed ripe and shattering.
     Wild.
   380688. 134. Delbaran. Annual to 20 cm. diameter, 5 cm. tall. On dry
     east slope of rock and clay soil. Rainfall 200 mm. Elevation
     1,500 m. Wild.
   380689. 241. Thirty-two km. northeast of Bijar. Annual. Wild.
 380690.   ASTRAGALUS KARAKUSCHENSIS Gontsch.
   25. Twenty km. north of Shiraz. Small, spiny perennial. Stems 15 cm.
 long, extending beyond bush. Inflated pods 5 cm. longon end of slim prostrate
 stems. Dry, rocky south slope. Elevation 2,100 m. Wild.
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380603 to 381079—Continued
 380691.    ASTRAGALUS LURISTANICUS Bornm.
   150.     Zarbadeh. Perennial plant. Pubescent gray foliage, 20 leaflets,
 basal.     Inflated seed heads. Hairy indurate pods. Wild.
 380692.    ASTRAGALUS ORBICULATUS Ledeb.
    14. Forty km. south of Isfahan Kol. Perennial plant, orbicular basal leaf
 like O. gaubae. Seed pod nearly straight, 4 cm. long. Wild.
 380693 and 380694.     ASTRAGALUS RADDEI N. Basil.
   380693. 20. On road to Dehbid, 123 km. north of Shiraz. Perennial, spiny
     plant. Inflated seed on end of stem 10 cm. above plant. Wild.
   380694. 30. Bouman game preserve, Shiraz. Perennial spiny shrub to
     15 cm. high, 30 cm. across. Similar to P.I. 380693. Wild.
 380695 to 380698.    ASTRAGALUS SILIQUOSUS Boiss.
   380695. 227. Fifty-five km. north of Sanandaj. Biennial. Wild.
   380696 235. Forty km. west of Bijar. Biennial with yellow flowers.
     Rainfall 400 mm. Elevation 1,800 m. Wild.
   380697. 314. Lashkarak, northeast of Tehran. Steep, rocky canyon, dry
     site along river. Wild.
   380698. 341. Nine km. north of Nujian. Biennial plant to 1 m. tall. Col-
     lected from oak forest. Elevation 1,900 m. Wild.
 380699. ASTRAGALUS SPINESCENS Bunge
   8. Sixty-nine km. south of Ghom. Perennial spiny shrub to 30 cm. high,
 50 cm. across. Pods sessile on stems, curve outward. Pods 3 cm. in diameter,
 10 cm. long, pointed, woody. Leaves deciduous. Wild.
 380700 to 380702.   ASTRAGALUS TRIBULOIDES Del.
   380700. 148. Zardabeh. Annual to 10 cm. spreading, semi-erect. Four
      pods terminal and along stem at 2 to 4 cm. intervals. Few leaves. Wild.
   380701. 153. Zardabeh. Annual to 30 cm. high, erect. Branched stems.
      Pods terminal. Wild.
   380702. 194. Protected area, Mooteh. Annual to 15 cm. Cluster of pods
      terminal. Wild.
 380703. ASTRAGALUS VAGINATUS Pall.
   49. Hosseinabad exclosure, 32 km. west of Shiraz, Fars Province. Peren-
 nial to 32 cm. high. Foliage similar to Onobrychis, but seed in pods similar to a
 raceme. Nonspiny. Only one plant found. Wild.
 380704.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   7. Desert area, 60 km. south of Ghom. Prostrate annual spreading to
 18 cm. Pods three quarter circle, 4 cm. diameter. Abundant in local spots,
 heavily grazed. Wild.
 380705.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   13. Forty km. south of Isfahan. Perennial spiny plant. Seeds on
 indurate pod at base of plant. Spines also at ends of compound leaf. Gravelly
 clay barren site. Wild.
 380706.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   15. Izad-Khaste exclosure, 50 km. north of Abadeh. Perennial plant,
 prostrate to semi-erect. Slender stems brittle. Red blossoms, narrow
 leaves. Narrow sickle pod. May be similar to P.I. 380687. Abundant in
 gravelly clay soil. Wild.
 380707.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   16.     Izad-Khaste exclosure, 50 km. north of Abadeh.   Perennial erect plant
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380603 to 381079—Continued
 to 20 cm. high, 40 cm. across. Few leaves. Abundant in gravelly clay
 soil. Rainfall 150 mm. Elevation 2,150 m. Wild.
 380708.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   34. Ghader-Abad to Didigon, 158 km. north of Shiraz. Perennial legume to
 40 cm. tall, basal leaves. Erect, sparsely branched stems with one leaf at
 each axil, 10- to 15-paired leaflets. Yellow, 7Vt/o/mra-like blooms. Globose
 heads terminal. Seed in tiny capsules, two florets per capsule. Wild.
 380709.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   35. Didigon, 158 km. north of Shiraz. Perennial low bush, spiny to 15 cm.
 high. Prostrate stems to 30 cm., terminal, 10 cm. long. Inflated pods. Dry,
 rocky north slope. Similar to P.I. 380690. Wild.
 380710.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   42. Hosseinabad exclosure, 32 km. west of Shiraz, Fars Province. Pros-
 trate plant, long prostrate stem. Rosette leaves. Pods indurate, widely
 spaced, 2 cm. diameter. Rainfall 400 mm. Elevation 1,970 m. Wild.
 380711.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   43. Hosseinabad exclosure, 32 km. west of Shiraz, Fars Province. Pros-
 trate plant to 30 cm. diameter. Fine stems, very narrow leaves. Pods long,
 narrow, curved. Wild.
 380712.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   67. Khorramabad-Loristan, 3 km. on Dez watershed side.           Long erect
 leaves, 20 pairs. Pods basal, 4 cm. long, 2 cm. wide. Wild.
 380713.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   78. Khorramabad-Loristan, 58 km. northeast at Summitt. Semi-erect
 plant to 20 cm. Heavy basal foliage, 20 leaflets. Long stems, partly sickle
 pod. Purple bloom. Rainfall 400 mm. Elevation 2,100 m. Wild.
 380714.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   80. Sixty km. north of Khorramabad. Cushion plant to 20 cm. high, 40 cm.
 wide. Gray pubescent foliage, 20-paired leaflets, spiny. Globose elongate
 heads, 3 cm. diameter. Stems above plant 6 cm. long. Wild.
 380715.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   86. Mooteh protected area, 88 km. south of Delijan. Prostrate perennial,
 30 cm. diameter. Leaves sparse along stems. Partly sickle pod. Wild.
 380716.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   87.     Mooteh protected area, 88 km. south of Delijan. Erect plant to 40 cm.
 high.     Leaves sparse, 3 pair at axil. Sickle pod. Wild.
 380717.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
    126. Behkadeh. Perennial, low growing to 10 cm. Nonspiny gray
 foliage. Erect stems to 20 cm. tall. Level ridge, gravelly clay soil. Eleva-
 tion 1,600 m.
 380718.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   127. Behkadeh. Perennial, low growing to 10 cm. Spreading from a
 taproot to 20 cm. Nonspiny pods, single or double. Leaflets small, gray-
 green pubescent, 10 pair. Elevation 1,600 m. Wild.
 380719.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   135. Delbaran. Perennial, spiny, low bush to 10 cm. tall, 20 cm. wide.
 Stems prostrate, narrow leaves. Inflated pods along stem. Wild.
 380720.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   138. Delbaran. Perennial, nonspiny low bush to 10 cm. tall, 20 cm.
 wide. Stems to 20 cm., narrow leaves. Semi-erect. Seed pods indurate,
 hairy on spike. Wild.
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380603 to 381079--Contiiuied
 380721.   ASTRAGALUS sp.
   147. Zadabeh. Perennial, large basal pinnate leaves, 5 pairs of leaflets.
 Prostrate stems, sickle pods indurate. Wild.
 380722.   ASTRAGALUS sp.
   151. Zarabeh. Perennial, nonspiny.        Foliage basal only, glabrous spikes
 10 cm. long. Sickle pod. Wild.
 380723.   ASTRAGALUS sp.
  152. Zardabeh. Perennial with very narrow leaves and slender stems.
 Long spike with sickle pods 3 cm. long. Wild.
 380724.   ASTRAGALUS sp.
   154. Zardabeh. Perennial, erect bunch plant with many stems and few
 narrow leaves. Gray foliage. Spike 20 cm. long with hairy, single pods.
 One to two seed each. Wild.
 380725.   ASTRAGALUS sp.
   159. Zarabeh, second valley to northeast. Perennial with large, broad
 pinnate globular leaves. Five pairs of leaflets. Indurate curved pods on
 long stems. Similar to P.I. 380721. Wild.
 380726.   ASTRAGALUS sp.
   170. Near guesthouse, Gangiab-Parvar. Perennial, prostrate. Long
 stems, indurate pods. Elevation 2,100 m. Wild.
 380727. ASTRAGALUS sp. Leguminosae.
   172. Gangiab-Parvar. Perennial. Long stems, hairy indurate pod.
 Dry site. Elevation 1,800 m. Wild.
 380728.   ASTRAGALUS sp.
   174. Firuzkuh exclosure. Perennial, prostrate foliage with stems. Glo-
 bose head, red blossoms like red clover. Poor seed set in plants maturing first.
 Rainfall 350 mm. Elevation 2,050 m. Wild.
 380729.   ASTRAGALUS sp.
   175. Firuzkuh exclosure.      Perennial, erect to 10 cm. high.   Gray foliage,
 basal indurate pod. Wild.
 380730.   ASTRAGALUS sp.
   176. Firuzkuh exclosure.      Perennial, grey basal foliage.     Long stems.
 Straight pods. Wild.
 380731.   ASTRAGALUS sp.
   177. Firuzkuh exclosure. Perennial not over 3 cm. high; minute gray
 pinnate leaves. Sod former. Small indurate pods on spike. Wild.
 380732.   ASTRAGALUS sp.
   184.    Twenty-five km. east of Tehran. Perennial, semi erect, non-
 spiny.    Pubescent, branched foliage, erect stems. Poor seed set. Wild.
 380733.   ASTRAGALUS sp.
   187. Rudshur exclosure. Biennial or short-lived perennial to 30 cm. tall,
 hit by hot winds. Poor seed set. Rainfall 150 mm. Elevation
 1,000 m. Wild.
 380734.   ASTRAGALUS sp.
   198. Khomeyn. Perennial, low bush 15 cm. by 20 cm. wide.               Spiny,
 inflated pods along main stems. Seed shattered. Wild.
 380735.   ASTRAGALUS sp.
   201. Goorab.     Annual, 20 cm. erect.   Curved pods.   Light-colored pods on
 ground. Wild.
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380603 to 381079—Continued
 380736.     ASTRAGALUS sp.
   216. Sanandaj, from Kermanshah. Perennial, spiny long leaves, all
 basal. Long heads of inflated pods on semi-erect stems to 30 cm. North
 slope rocky hillside. Elevation 1,650 m. Wild.
 380737.     ASTRAGALUS sp.
   221. Eighteen km. north of Sanandaj. Perennial, spiny bush. Branches
 with leaves, stems from base. Elongated head of inflated pods. Basalt hill,
 rocky. Elevation 1,460 m. Wild.
 380738.     ASTRAGALUS sp.
   243. Thirty-five km. northeast of Bijar. Perennial, spiny leaves gray
 color, 10 cm. long, 5 cm. broad. Heads 15 cm. long, 5 cm. broad. Sessile
 inflated pods. Elevation 1,600 m. Wild.
 380739.     ASTRAGALUS sp.
   247. Soltaniyeh. Perennial sod former 1 m. in diameter.              Glaucous
 leaves. Seed on spike 20 cm. tall. Wild.
 380740.     ASTRAGALUS sp.
      255.   Ten km. northeast of Gazvin.   Winter annual, sickle pod. Wild.
 380741.     ASTRAGALUS sp.
   259. Abdolabad. Perennial, nonspiny.          Seed all shattered.   Hairy pods
 around long spike. Wild.
 380742.     ASTRAGALUS sp.
   294. Seritchal.      Perennial, taproot, nonspiny.   Foliage basal, stems semi-
 erect to prostrate.    Seed all shattered. Wild.
 380743.     ASTRAGALUS sp.
   295. Seritchal. Perennial, taproot, nonspiny. Gray foliage. Shattered
 seed on spike. Indurate bivalve pods. Volunteering in disturbed area.
 Wild.
 380744.     ASTRAGALUS sp.
   296. Sertichal. Perennial, spiny bush. Spines on end of pinnate leaves.
 Gray pubescent stems to 30 cm. tall. Woolly pods on spike 15 cm.
 long. Abundant on west slope. Elevation 2,000 m. Wild.
 380745.     ASTRAGALUS sp.
   297. Seritchal. Perennial, tap root, nonspiny. Very fine and narrow
 basal leaves. Sparse, inflated pods on spike 20 cm. long. Wild.
 380746.     ASTRAGALUS sp.
   305. Thirty-six km. north of Karadj. Perennial, taproot, nonspiny.
 Leaves all basal, orbicular, 10 cm. long, leaflets 2 cm. diameter. Indurate pods
 3 cm. long, 2 cm. wide. Steep shale south slope. Wild.
 380747.     ASTRAGALUS sp.
   327. Talu. Perennial, taproot. Leaves basal.           Hairy indurate pods on
 long spike. Fairly common in Iran. Wild.
 380748.     ASTRAGALUS sp.
   359. Gardeneh-Zagheh. Perennial, spiny small bush. Seed on globose
 head, shattered. Inflated pods. Plants scarce. Clay loam soil. Wild.
 380749.     ASTRAGALUS sp.
   440. Gajereh. Perennial, taproot, nonspiny. Large pods, 3 by 4 cm. near
 the ground. Large seeded. On rocky clay soil. Elevation 2,200 m. Wild.
 380750. ATRIPLEX INFLATA F. Muell. Chenopodiaceae.
   473. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran. Rain-
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380603 to 38107^—Continued
M   fall 250 mm., silty clay, gravelly loam. Nursery No. 3044. 1965 seed. Ele-
    vation 1,900 m. Cultivated.
    380751. ATRIPLEX MUELLERI Benth.                          Queensland saltbush.
      474. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran. Rain-
    fall 250 mm., silty clay, gravelly loam. Nursery No. 3040. 1966 seed. Ele-
    vation 1,900 m. Cultivated.
    380752. A VENA sp. Gramineae.
      28. Baumon game preserve, Shiraz. Annual, short, 30 cm. Half as tall as
    A. fatua. Growing in association with Poa bulbosa, Hordeum bulbosum,
    Thymu8f and Medusa. Wild.
    380753. BERBERIS INTEGERRIMA Bunge. Berberidaceae.
      302. Seritchal, 40 km. northwest of Karadj. Plant to 1.5 m. tall, 2 m. broad.
    Single to triple spines, leaves sparsely barbed. ' Elevation 2,000 m. Wild.
    380754. BETA sp. Chenopodiaceae.
      277. Hamadan. Yellow and red table beets. On market at Zanjan.
    Cultivated.
    380755 to 380757. BOTHRIOCHLOA ISCHAEMUM (L.) Leng Gramineae.
                                                            King's Ranch bluestem.
      380755. 63. On river bottom, Dakhtar. Large plants to 1 m. tall, 30 cm.
         diameter, some still blooming. Few heads only. Most seed still imma-
         ture. Wild.
      380756. 322. Hajiabad. Dense patch 3 by 20 m. mixed with Coronilla.
         Silt loam and clay soil. Elevation 1,800 m. Wild.
      380757. 402. Forty km. southeast of Ahar. Most abundant perennial
         grass on dryland. Rocky, basalt strewn, silt loam. Growing in associa-
         tion with Agropyron intermedium.      Elevation 1,200 m. Wild.
    380758. BRACHYPODIUM SYLVATICUM (Huds.) Beauv. Gramineae.
                                                                 False bromegrass.
      416. Ardebil, on east side of grade to Astara. Perennial pale green leaves,
    pubescent leaf sheaths. Elevation 1,500 m. Wild.
    380759. BRACHYPODIUM sp. Gramineae.
       102. Dashtenaz game reserve. Perennial, sod forming. Pale green,
    broad leaves, narrow, sparse seed heads. Abundant. Wild.
    380760.   BRASSICA OLERACEA L.    Cruciferae.
      476. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran. Rain-
    fall 250 mm., silty clay gravelly loam. Nursery No. 3031. Elevation
    1,900 m. Oil crop, 1965 seed. Cultivated.
    380761. BROMUS CAPPADOCICUS Boiss. & Bal. Gramineae.
      465. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran. Rainfall
    250 mm., silty clay gravelly loam. Nursery No. 112. Elevation
    1,900 m. 1967 seed. Cultivated.
    380762 and 380763. BROMUS ERECTUS Huds.
      380762. 376. Mako. Pubescent, narrow leaves. Few seed heads. Most
         abundant grass on this limestone hillside. Wild.
      380763. 407. Meshkinshahar, 43 km. southeast on dirt road to Mt. Sabalan.
         Tall plant, bunchgrass, pubescent leaves. Gravelly red clay,
         steep. Elevation 2,200 m. Growing in association with Festuca ovina.
         Wild.
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380603 to 381079—Continued
 380764. BROMUS INERMIS Leyss.                           Smooth bromegrass.
   466. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran. Rain-
 fall 250 mm., silty clay, gravelly loam. Nursery No. 1385. Elevation 1,900
 m. Cultivated.
 380765.   BROMUS TECTORUM L.                                       Cheatgrass.
   79. Khorramabad-Loristan, 58 km. northeast at summit. Rocky north
 slope. Rainfall 400 mm. Elevation 2,100 m. Very heavy seeder. Univer-
 sally abundant. Wild.
 380766 to 380781. BROMUS TOMENTELLUS Boiss.
   380766. 41. Hosseinabad exclosure, 32 km. west of Shiraz, Fars Province.
      Rainfall 400 mm. Elevation 1,970 m. Bulk collection. Most abundant
      grass in this exclosure, none outside flat area. Stony soil high lime con-
      tent. Wild.
   380767. 44. Hosseinabad exclosure, 32 km. west of Shiraz, Fars Province.
      Rainfall 400 mm. Elevation 1,970 m. Flat area. Single plant selection,
      broad base. Wild.
   380768. 68. Khorramabad-Loristan, 3 km. from pass on Dez side of
      watershed. Abundant. Wild.
   380769. 76. Khorramabad-Loristan, 58 km. northeast at summit. Rocky
      north slope. Rainfall 400 mm. Elevation 2,100 m. Bulk collection
      in protected tree plantings. Wild.
   380770. 93. Ten km. northeast of Karadj. Plant to 40 cm. tall. Dry,
      rocky hillside on southwest slope. Elevation 1,500 m. Wild.
   380771. 120. Almeh. Sparse plants and seed. West slope. Elevation
      1,800 m. Wild.
   380772. 157. Zardabeh. Plant tall, to 1 m. Sparse. On rocky west
      slope. Elevation 1,500 m. Wild.
   380773. 179. Firuzkuh exclosure. Small plants, short, with fine short
      basal leaves. Smaller than seeded strain. Wild.
   380774. 181. Twenty-five km. east of Tehran. Wild.
   380775. 231. Kalakan. Common. Heavy clay soil. Elevation 2,050
      m. Wild.
    380776. 288. Seritchal. Most abundant perennial bunchgrass. Poor
       seed set. Growing in association with Dactylis and intermediate and
      pubescent wheatgrass. Wild.
    380777. 326. Talue, twenty-five km. northeast of Tehran. Stony clay
      loam. Mostly farmer crop land. Elevation 1,700 m. Wild.
    380778. 338. Dez Watershed Camp, Nujian. Perennial with pubescent
      leaves. Poor seed crop. Plant scarce. Elevation 1,800 m. Wild.
    380779. 409. Meshkinshahar, 43 km. south on road to Mt. Sabalan. Fine
       stems, glaucous leaves. On northeast slope, heavy clay over basalt.
      Growing in association with Hordeum violaceum.        Elevation 2,200 m.
      Wild.
    380780. 412. Mt. Sabalan, northeast side near Gout Camp. Plant large,
       1 m. tall, 30 cm. in diameter. Glaucous green leaves. Growing in
      association with Festuca ovina. Elevation 2,450 m. Wild.
   380781. 470. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of
      Tehran. Rainfall 250 mm., silty clay gravelly loam. Nursery
      No. 001. Elevation 1,900 m. 1968 seed. Cultivated.
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380603 to 381079—Continued
 380782 to 380788. BROMUS TOMENTOSUS Trin. ex Ledeb.
   380782. 306. Karadj, 36 km. north. Perennial plant to 40 cm. in
     diameter. Gray pubescent basal leaves. Sod former. Steep south
      slope. Wild.
   380783. 43* Gaschsar. Perennial plant to 3 cm. in diameter. Short
     rhizomes, abundant culms and heads. Pubescent foliage. Low fertility.
      Limestone, granite soil origin. Elevation 2,200 m. Wild.
   380784. 445. Eight km. east of Gajereh. Small pubescent plants. Slow
     sod forming. Basalt south slope. Elevation 2,500 m. Wild.
   380785. 452. East of Gajereh above ski lodge. Large plant to 2 m. in
     diameter. Abundant seed. Basalt, steep west slope. Elevation
     2,700 m. Wild.
   380786. 467. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran.
     Rainfall 250 mm., silty clay, gravelly loam. Nursery No. 114. Elevation
      1,900 m. Cultivated.
   380787. 468. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of
     Tehran. Rainfall 250 mm., silty clay, gravelly loam. Nursery No.
     273. Elevation 1,900 m. Cultivated.
   380788. 469. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of
     Tehran. Rainfall 250 mm., silty clay, gravelly loam. Nursery
     No. 419. Elevation 1,900 m. Cultivated.
 380789. BROMUS sp. Gramineae.
   453. Above ski lodge, Gajereh. Perennial bunchgrass to 1 m. tall, long,
 glaucous, green basal leaves. Steep basalt slope. Growing in association
 with Agropyrons. Elevation 2,700 m. Wild.
 380790. BRYONIA MONOICA Aitch. & Hemsl. Cucurbitaceae.
   372. Nuzian. Annual vine to 1.5 m. long. Seedlike grape clusters the
 size of peas. Survives only when it comes up through a spiny shrub. Re-
 ferred to locally as "Wild grape." Wild.
 380791 and 380792. CALAMAGROSTIS EPIGEIOS (L.) Roth Gramineae.
   380791. 61. Along Karkeh River edge, Dakhtar. Rhizomatous perennial.
     Poor seed set, mostly shattered.
   380792. 133. Mashad, east of city limits. Rhizomatous perennial to
     80 cm. tall. Blue foliage, abundant seed heads. Poor seed set. Abun-
     dant in irrigated poplar tree planting. Wild.
 380793. CALAMAGROSTIS PSEUDOPHRAGMITES (Hall, f.) Koel
   304. Along river, 5 km. above dam, Karadj. Rhizomatous perennial to 1 m.
Coarse foliage, seed mostly shattered. Wild.
 380794.   CALAMAGROSTIS sp.
   459. Three km. above ski slope, Gajere. Rhizomatous plants to 70 cm.
 tall. Leafy basal foliage. Seed heads mostly sterile. Abundant in wet
 spots. On rocky basalt slope. Elevation 2,850 m. Wild.
 380795. CALLIGONUM PERSICUM (Boiss. & Buhse) Boiss. Polygonaceae.
   33. On gravel flats above salt flats, 40 km. northeast of Neiriz. Perennial
 shrub to 1 m. tall. Tender Equisetum-like tips 4 to 5 cm. long. A four-winged
 seed, like Atriplex, sessile along stems. Wild.
 380796.   CALLIGONUM sp.
   139. Sabzevar, 10 km. south on Sand Dune Control Station.          Woody,
 perennial plant to 1.5 m. Elevation 940 m. Wild.
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380603 to 381079—Continued
 380797. CAREX sp. Cyperaceae.
   57. Omidiye. Rhizomatous perennial to 30 m. tall.            Multiple heads.
 Wild.
 380798.   CAREX sp.
   171. Gangiab. Perennial to 20 cm. tall. Sod former. Growing in wet
 areas with Puccinelliadistans. Spike head bunched. Very common. Wild.
 380799.   CAREX sp.
    328. Talu. Perennial bunch type to 40 cm. tall. Sterile stems exceed
 fertile culms in height. Associated in wet spots with Alopecurus.      Wild.
 380800. CARTHAMUS TINCTORIUS L. Compositae.                           Safflower.
    483. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran. Rain-
 fall 250 mm., silty clay, gravelly loam. Nursery No. 483. Elevation 1,900
 m. 1966 seed. Cultivated.
 380801. CENCHRUS CILIARIS L. Gramineae.                             Buffelgrass.
    27. Bamou Game Preserve, Shiraz. Plants scarce. Dry, rocky, hot
 slope. Wild.
 380802 and 380803. CICER ARIETINUM L. Leguminosae.                    Chickpea.
    380802. 388. Azarshahar, southwest of Tabriz. Growth extensively in
       this vicinity. Used whole and split for human consumption. Cultivated.
    380803. 425. Ghazvin seed bazaar, Kermanshah. Cultivated.
 380804 to 380809. CORONILLA VARIA L. Leguminosae.                   Crownvetch.
    380804. 257. Abdolobad, on irrigation ditchbank through the range exclo-
       sure. First seed mature July 17. Wild.
    380805. 307. Thirty-six km. north of Karadj. Steep, shale and lime,
       rocky, south-facing slope. Wild.
    380806. 321. Along Lajain River, Hajibad. First seed just ripe July 21.
       Invading abandoned cropland along with Centaurea and Convolvulus.
       Elevation 1,800 m. Wild.
    380807. 344. Nujian pass below Watershed Camp spring. Common. 3
       m. patch, extremely dry area. Seed crop short. Wild.
     380808. 437. Gashar to Gajere. Common. Between road and creek in
       open shale soil. Wild.
    380809. 477. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran.
        Rainfall 250 mm., silty clay, gravelly loam. Nursery No. 264. Elevation
        1,900 m. Cultivated.
  380810. CORONILLA sp. Leguminosae.
    386. Razaiyeh, 65 km. north. Bulk collection, variable types. Good silt
  loam. Growing in association with Festuca ovina. Wild.
  380811. CYNODON DACTYLON (L.) Pers. Gramineae.                   Bermudagrass.
     129. Kerrik. Plant to 30 Cm. in diameter. First seed ripe June 29. Wild.
  380812 to 380825. DACTYLIS GLOMERATA L. Gramineae.                Orchard grass.
    380812. 99. Ten km. west of Marzinabad. Dwarf plant to 30 cm. tall.
        Leaves narrow, blue. Small heads. Growing in association with Penni-
       8etum. Elevation 850 m. Wild.
    380813. 101. Dashtenaz Game Preserve. Early plant to 2 m. tall, dense
        stand. Favorable growing conditions at 40 m. elevation. Wild.
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380603 to 381079—Continued
 380812 to 380825—Continued
   380814. 112. Twenty-five km. west of Dasht. Plant to 60 cm. tall, large
     heads, stout culms. Poor seed set, hardly mature. Wild.
   380815. 203. Forty-two km. southwest of Hamadan. Few plants in a steep
     draw that escaped grazing. Wild.
   380816. 238. Three km. west of Bijar. Plants tall, pale green. Growing
     in wet spot. Wild.
   380817. 283. Seritchal, 40'km. northwest of Karadj. Dwarf plant to 30
     cm. tall, abundant leaves, all basal, narrow. Rainfall 400 mm. Pro-
     tected area. Elevation 2,000 m. Wild.
   380818. 284. Seritchal. Dwarf plants, bulk collection. Narrow, gray-
     green basal leaves. Very common here. Growing in association with
     Agropyron intermedium and A. trichophorum. Wild.
   380819. 345. Nujian, Dez Watershed Camp, 50 km. north of Khorramabad-
     Loristan Province. Tall plant to 1 m. Large heads, pale green
     leaves. Along creek bottom. Wild.
   380820. 346. Nujian, Dez Watershed Camp, 50 km. north of Khorramabad-
     Loristan Province. Large plant selected from single colony. Narrow
     leaves. On steep east slope. Wild.
   380821. 347. Nujian, Dez Watershed Camp, 50 km. north of Khorramabad-
     Loristan Province. Dwarf isolated plant colony. Pubescent leaves
     narrow, blue. Rocky east slope. Elevation 1,900 m. Wild.
   380822. 446. Eight km. east of Gajereh. Narrow leaf, fine stems. Grow-
     ing in association with Bromus tomentosus and Festuca spectabUis. Wild.
   380823. 458. Above ski lodge, Gajere. Small plant, fine stems, narrow
     leaves. Growing in association with Agropyron and Festuca spectabilis
     on rocky slope. Elevation 2,840 m. Wild.
   380824. 478. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran.
      Rainfall 250 mm., silty clay gravelly loam. Nursery No. 264. Elevation
      1,900 m. 1966 seed. Cultivated.
   380825. 479. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran.
     Rainfall 250 mm., silty clay gravelly loam. Nursery No. 1063. Elevation
      1,900 m. 1966 seed. Cultivated.
 380826. DIANTHUSSP. Caryophyllaceae.
   301. Seritchal. Plant to 25 cm. tall. Flowers single, 3 cm. across,
 predominantly white. Single basal stem, branched head. Some red-
 flowered plants. Wild.
 380827.    DIANTHUS sp.
   450.    Above ski lodge, Gajereh.       Plants to 40 cm. tall, with panicled
 head.     Fine, grasslike blue foliage.   Elevation 2,600 m. Wild.
 380828.    DIGIT ARIA SMUTSII Stent   Gramineae.
   480. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran. Rain-
 fall 250 mm., silty clay, gravelly loam. Nursery No. 1148. Elevation
 1,900 m. Cultivated.
 380829. EBENUS STELLATA Boiss. Leguminosae.
   258. Ten km. northeast of Gazyin. Perennial, nonspiny plants to 50 cm.
 tall, 1 m. wide. Pinnate leaves 15 cm. long, Astragalus-like. Cloverlike head,
 indurate pods. Wild.
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380603 to 38107ft—Continued
  380830 and 380831. ECHINOCHLOA FRUMENTACEA (Roxb.) Link Gramineae.
    380830. 420. Rasht. Awnless, vigorous plant to 1.5 m. tall. An abun-
       dant weed in rice fields in the Caspian area. Wild.
    380831. 481. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran.
       Rainfall 250 mm., silty clay, gravelly loam. Nursery No. 1270. Annual
      plant. Elevation 1,900 m. Wild.
  380832. ERAGROSTIS TRICHODES (Nutt.) Wood Gramineae.
    23. Aliabad protected area, 120 m. north of Shiraz. Old plant, only one
  found. Heavily grazed. Wild.
  380833.   ERAGROSTIS sp.
    482. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran. Rain-
 fall 250 mm., silty clay gravelly loam. Nursery No. 1139. Perennial
 plant. Elevation 1,900 m. Cultivated.
 380834. EREMOSTACHYS MOLUCCELLOIDES Bunge Labiatae.
    82. Sixty km. north of Khorramabad. Rhizomatous perennial to 15 cm.
 tall. Gray, pubescent leaves. Purple mint-colored, papery flower. Abun-
 dant, widely adapted. Good ground cover. Wild.
 380835. ERIOCHLOA sp. Gramineae.
    108. Dashtenaz Game Preserve. Annual. Single culm, spikelike dense
 cylindrical head. Found in wheatfield along with Phalarwcanariensis. Wild.
 380836. ERIOGONUMSP. Polygonaceae.
    432. Seritchal. Perennial plant to 1 m. diameter. Grey foliage, narrow
 basal leaves. Seed on dandelionlike heads. Plant used as ground cover.
 Abundant on shale slopes. Wild.
 380837 to 380839. ERODIUM PULVERULENTUM (Cav.) Willd. Geraniaceae.
    380837. 1. Azimieh, 4 km. north of Karadj. Winter annual, semi-erect
       plant to 41 cm. high. Long plume on seed. Growing on hard, eroded,
       gravelly soil. Wild.
    380838. 84. South of Delijahn 100 km. Plant to 30 cm. tall. Occurs in
       small patches 5 m. in diameter. Heavily grazed. Wild.
    380839. 244. Bijar. Winter annual, semi-erect plant to 41 cm. high.
      Long plume on seed. Growing on hard, eroded, gravelly soil. Grazed
      heavily. Second growth made seed. Elevation 1,650 cm. Wild.
 380840 and 380841. EUROTIA CERATOIDES (L.) Meyer Chenopodiaceae.
    380840. 155. Zardabeh Game Preserve. Plant to 20 cm. tall, 30 cm. in
      diameter. Abundant on dry silt, sedimentary, rocky soil. Elevation
       1,500 m. Growing in association in Artemesia aucheri and Atriplex
      canescens. Grazed heavily. Wild.
    380841. 164. Between Shahrud and Seminan, Parvar. Heavily grazed.
         Elevation 1,800 ni. Wild.
 380842. FERULA GUMMOSA Boiss. Umbelliferae.
    144. Miandasht. Perennial to 1 m. tall and 10 cm. in diameter. Round-
 headed umbel stem, branched head, seed flat. Abundant on gravel, rocky
 flats. Growing in association with Artemisia aucheri. Used as a flavoring.
 Local name "Bariteh." Wild.
 380843 and 380844. FESTUCA ARUNDINACEA Schreb. Gramineae. Tall fescue.
   380843. 39. Thirteen km. west of Shiraz. Few heads, heavily grazed.
      Along creek bottom. Wild.
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380603 to 381079—Continued
 380843 and 380844—Continued
   380844. 382. Khoy. Common. Awnless to short-awned. Growing in
     association with Agropyron elongatum. Wild.
 380845 to 380857. FESTUCA OVINA L.                             Sheep fescue.
   380845. 119. Almeh. Plant short, blue and green leaves. Pure stand on
     mountain top. Elevation 1,800 m. Wild.
   380846. 123. Almeh. Plant to 30 cm. tall, blue foliage. Rocky soil.
     Elevation 1,400 m. Wild.
   380847. 156. Zardabeh Game Reserve, 53 km. northeast of Shahurd.
     Dwarf plant with blue foliage. Growing in association with Poa bulbosa
     and crested wheatgrass. Wild.
   380848. 156A. Zardabeh Game Reserve, 53 km. northeast of Shahrud.
     Red stems, blue foliage. Wild.
   380849. 156B. Zardabeh Game Reserve, 53 km. northeast of Shahrud.
     Dwarf plant. Straw color stems, blue foliage. Wild.
   380850. 156C. Zardabeh Game Reserve, 53 km. northeast of Shahrud.
     Dwarf plant. Medium tall straw color stems, blue foliage. Wild.
   380851. 156D. Zardabeh Game Reserve, 53 km. northeast of Shahrud.
     Red stems and heads. Wild.
   380852. 156E. Zardabeh Game Reserve, 53 km. northeast of Shahrud.
     Tall red stems. Wild.
   380853. 156F. Zardabeh Game Reserve, 53 km. northeast of Shahrud.
     Blue foliage. Wild.
   380854. 156G. Zardabeh Game Reserve, 53 km. northeast of Shahrud.
     Plant selected is growing in association with Poa bulbosa and crested
     wheatgrass. Wild.
   380855. 232. In graveyard, Kalakan. Blue foliage. Heavily grazed.
     Wild.
   380856. 408. Mt. Sabalan, 43 km. southeast of junction to Meshkinshahr.
     Plant large, blue leaves. Gravelly red clay soil. Elevation
     2,200 m. Growing in association with Bromus erctus. Wild.
   380857. 411. Northeast side, Mt. Sabalan. Blue foliage, red stems. Solid
     stand. On heavy clay, north slope. Elevation 2,400 m. Wild.
 380858. FESTUCA PRATENSIS Huds.                               Meadow fescue.
   229. Divandarrh. Fine stems. Wild.
 380859 to 380862. FESTUCA SPECTABILIS Jan ex Bertoloni
   380859. 285. Protected area, Seritchal. Rhizomatous perennial to 100 to
     120 cm. Coarse stems, with coarse bluish erect basal leaves.. Large
     open panicles. Abundant in spots. Elevation 1,700 to 2,100 m. Wild.
   380860. 315. Lashkarak. Perennial bunchgrass. Tall, coarse. On
     steep, rocky east slope. Elevation 1,650 m. Wild.
   380861. 395. Ninety-five km. northeast of Tabriz. Perennial bunchgrass
     to 1.5 m. Coarse blue leaves, open panicle. On steep shale slope. Ele-
     vation 1,825 m. Wild.
   380862. 448. Gajereh, 11 km. east of Gasher junction. Perennial bunch-
     grass to 1.5 m. tall. Not eaten readily by sheep or goats. Large basalt
     boulders. Elevation 2,500 m. Wild.
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380603 to 381079-Contiraied
 380863. FESTUCA VALESIACA Schleich. ex Gaud.
   81. Sixty km. north of Khorramabad. Leaves fine, blue green, not
 tufted. Slow sodder. Similar to Festuca ovina. Wild.
 380864. GALIUM sp. Rubiaceae.
    128. Dehkadeh. Perennial woody shrub to 40 cm. tall and 40 cm. in
 diameter. Very narrow leaves. Berries black, one seeded, bitter. Eaten
 heavily by gazelle and deer. Steep shale hillside, south slope. Elevation
 1,600 m. Wild.
 380865. GLYCERIA PLICATA Fries Gramineae.
   66. Watershed area near top of pass, Khorramabad. Open panicle in
 association with largeScirpus. Found in wet spots. Rainfall 400 mm. Ele-
 vation 2,000 m. Wild.
 380866 and 380867. HALOXYLON PERSICUM Bunge ex Boiss. & Buhse Cheno-
      podiaceae.
   380866. 117. Shareza Park, Almeh. Woody shrub to 1 m. Seed on new
      growth 6 cm. Grazed by mountain sheep. Elevation 1,500 m. Wild.
   380867. 140. Ten km. south of Sabzevar. Perennial, woody shrub to 3 m.
      tall. Lax tips. Propagated by seed and cuttings for sand dune
      control. Wild.
 380868 to 380873. HEDYSARUM CORONARIUM L. Leguminosae.
   380868. 124. Almeh, road to Behkadeh. Plant to 20 cm. tall, spread to
      1 m. Crimson purple blooms, 2 to 5 seed on a loment. Hardly mature.
      Abundant with crested wheat and Festuca ovina. Elevation 1,600 m.
      Wild.
   380869. 125. Almeh, road to Behkadeh. Single plant selection. Early,
      heavy seeder. Elevation 1,600 m. Wild.
   380870. 137. Delbaran. Perennial. Multiple stems, seed with long
      hairs, stiff. Taproot, grazed heavily. Two to five seed on a loment.
      Wild.
   380871. 146. Zardabeh. Perennial. Erect, long spike. Wild.
   380872. 165. Paruar. One plant only found. Wild.
   380873. 182. Twenty-five km. east of Tehran. Mature plants. Clay
      loam, rocky north slope. Elevation 1,400 m. Wild.
 380874. HELIANTHUS ANNUUS L. Compositae.                           Sunflower.
    276. Zanjan. Seed striped, black and white. Grown locally for edible
 seed. Not an oil variety. Cultivated.
 380875. HETERANTHELIUM PILIFERUM (Banks & Soland. ex Russ.) Hochst.
      Gramineae.
    350. Nujian, Dez Watershed Camp, 50 km. north of Khorramabad, Loristan
 Province. Annual, black seeded, awned. Mixed with cheatgrass and other
 annuals like Boisseria. Elevation 1,900 m. Wild.
 380876 to 380880. HORDEUM BULBOSUM L. Gramineae.
   380876. 26. Bamou Game Preserve, 18 km. north of Shiraz. Bulk collec-
      tion. Along edge of rocky, dry creek. None reported at less than 600 m.
      elevation. Wild.
   380877. 204. Forty-two km. southwest of Hamadan. Plants tall, first ma-
      turity. Few seed heads, escaped early grazing. Steep slope. Eleva-
      tion 2,100 m. Wild.
   380878. 319. Ghochak. Poor seed set, mostly shattered. Invading
      abandoned land. Wild.
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380603 to 381079—Continued
 380876 to 380880—Continued
   380879. 339. Nujian, Dez Watershed Camp, 50 km. north of Khorramabad,
     Loristan Province. Common, seed shattered. Some plants smutty
     heads. Widespread in oak brush. Growing in association with Poa
     bulbosa. Elevation 1,900 m. Wild.
   380880. 485. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran.
     Rainfall 250 mm., silty clay gravelly loam. Nursery No. 236. Elevation
     1,900 m. 1967 seed. Wild.
 380881. IRIS PERSICA L. Iridaceae.
   31. Ten km. south of Neriz. Plant to 25 cm. tall, flowers blue, large.
 Abundant in spots to 50 cm. in diameter. Dry, rocky slope. Wild.
 380882.   IRIS sp.
    389. Twenty km. southwest of Tabriz. Plant to 30 cm. tall, no leaves.
 Few stems, 1 to 3 pods per stem. Dry sandy silt, northeast slope.
 380883. JUNCUS sp. Juncaceae.
   316. Ghochak, northeast of Tehran. Perennial bunch type to 1 m. tall.
 Abundant sterile stems and heads. Good seed set. Wet area in irrigated tree
 planting. Wild.
 380884. KOELERIA PHLEOIDES (Vill.) Pers. Gramineae.
   239. Three km. west of Bijar. Perennial to 40 cm. tall. Growing in wet
 site with Hordeum violaceum. Elevation 2,000 m. Wild.
 380885. LASIAGROSTIS CARAGANA Trin. & Rupr. Gramineae.
   431. Seritchal. Perennial bunchgrass to 1 m. tall. Very small seeded.
 Straight short deciduous awn. Only one plant found. Wild.
 380886 and 380887. LATHYRUS ERECTUS Lag. Leguminosae.
   380886. 105. Dashtenaz Game Preserve. Annual. Pods flat, open on
      both sides, trifoliate at end of plant. Seeds flat and in center portion.
      Wild.
   380887. 114. Dasht, 25 km. west in Resashah Park. Annual. Pods flat,
      open on both sides, trifoliate at end of plant. Seeds flat and in center
      portion. Dry, rocky south slope. Elevation 600 m.
 380888. LATHYRUS SATIVUS L.                                     Grass peavine.
   266. Zanjan. Annual. Grown for forage. Local name "Sangvenak."
 Cultivated.
 380889. LATHYRUS sp.
   435. Gachsar. Perennial to 30 cm. tall. Sod former. Large stipules,
 rudimentary tendrils. Black seed pods. Seed oblong. Between road and
 stream. Elevation 2,200 m. Wild.
 380890 to 380894. LENS CULINARIS Medic. Leguminosae.                   Lentil.
   380890. 264. Sharjd. Annual, small seeded. Produced on dryland com-
      mercially. Cultivated.
   380891. 265. Sharjd. Large seeded variety. Produced on dryland com-
      mercially. Cultivated.
   380892. 273. Zanjan. Large-seeded variety. Commercial variety.
      Locan name "Adass." Cultivated.
   380893. 426. Ghazvin. Large-seeded variety. Grown locally for human
      food. Cultivated.
   380894. 427. Ghazvin. Small-seeded variety. Grown locally. Culti-
      vated.
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380603 to 381079—Continued
 380895. LINUM sp. Linaceae.
   279. Zanjan. Grown for fiber and as an oil crop. Local name "Bazarak."
 Cultivated.
 380896 and 380897. LOTUS CORNICULATUS L. Leguminosae. Birdsfoot trefoil.
   380896. 246. Soltaniyeh. Pasture type, early seeder. Wet meadow of
     plantain and sedges. Elevation 1,750 m. Wild.
   380897. 313. Karadj Station. Plant erect to 25 cm. Hay type. Along
     irrigated area. Wild.
 380898. LYCIUM TURCOMANNIGUM Fisch & Mey. ex Ledeb. Solanaceae.
   250. Valadabad. Perennial, woody shrub to 1 m. tall. Spiny, gray,
 glaucous leaves. Berries black, 1 cm., sessile with small black seeds. Pro-
 tected area, salty. Growing in association with Aeluropus littoralis and
 Puccinellia distans. Wild.
 380899. MARRUBIUM sp. Labiatae.
   36. Didigon. Perennial plant to 60 cm. tall. Sod former. Mintlike purple
 blossoms. Used as ground cover plant. Slope below irrigation plant. Wild.
 380900.     MARRUBIUM sp.
   325. Perennial to 30 cm. tall. Seed globules distant, 3 cm. apart.    Leaves
 gray, serrated, heavily veined. Wild.
 380901.     MEDICAGO CORRUGATA Dur.      Leguminosae.
   245. Bijar. Sickle pod. One plant only found by side of road. Wild.
 380902 and 380903. MEDICAGO LUPULINA L.                      Black medic.
   380902. 131. Mashad, west city limits. In old tree planting. Wild.
   380903. 438. Gachsar. Long, spreading plants, abundant along moist
     road. Growing in association with Calamagrostis.  Wild.
 380904.     MEDICAGO MINIMA (L.) Bart.
   104. Dashtenaz Game Preserve. Annual. Large burs almost round.
 Wild.
 380905 to 380908. MEDICAGO ORBICULARIS (L.) Bart          Buttonclover medic.
   380905. 53. Iranian Oil Company airfield, Dogonbadan. Annual bur-
     clover to 2.5 cm. diameter. Plant dried up, seed on ground. Single
     buttonlike bur. Growing in association with Phalaris andMedicago. Wild.
   380906. 95. Twenty-six km. south of Chalus. Seed on ground. Elevation
     550 m. Wild.
   380907. 103. Dashtenaz Game Preserve. Annual. Most abundant an-
     nual clover. Seed on ground. Wild.
   380908. 418. Ardebil, top of grade to Astara. Annual with large disc
     pods. Only one plant found, seed on ground. Grazed closely. Grow-
     ing in association with brachen fern. Wild.
 380909 to 380913.    MEDICAGO RIGIDULA (L.) All.
      380909. 47. Tangeh-Bolhayat area, Zagros Mountains, Sheraz to Kaserun.
        Annual, prostrate. Spiral bur to 1 cm. Abundant, heavily
        grazed. Rocky site. Growing in association with Hordeum bulbosum.
        Wild.
      380910. 52. Iranian Oil Company airfield, Dogonbadan. Annual with
        burs lcm. in diameter, about 2 to 3 circles. Burs black. Dried up seed on
        the ground. Growing in association with annual canarygrass. Wild.
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380603 to 381079—Continued
 380909 to 380913—Continued
   380911. 96. Twenty-six km. south of Chalus. Seed on ground. Elevation
     550 m. Wild.
   380912. 217. Sanandaj. Annual prostrate with 3 to 4 spirals. On aban-
     doned irrigated land. Elevation 1,650 m. Wild.
   380913. 253. Gazvin. Winter annual with long burs. Abundant in for-
     merly cropped wheat land. Seed shattered. Wild.
 380914 to 380918. MEDICAGO SATIVA L.                             Alfalfa.
   380914. 252. Twenty km. south of Gazvin. Semi-erect, heavy early
     seeder. Purple blooms. Old field left for seed in salty area. Cul-
     tivated.
   380915. 268. Zanjan. Commercial. Seed grown at Tabriz. Cultivated.
   380916. 329. Talu. Low crown type. Spiral pods, purple flowers. Clay
     loam in protected area. Wild.
   380917. 332. Ghochak. Low crown type. Purple blossoms. Probably
     escaped from cultivation.
   380918. 429. Ghazvin. Seed imported originally from Afghanistan.
     Sold and used locally near Ghazvin. Cultivated.
 380919.   MEDICAGO TRUNCATULA Gaertn.
  254. Five km. northeast of Gazvin. Winter annual, spiny bur.          In winter
 wheatfield. Elevation 1,500 m. Wild.
 380920.   MEDICAGO sp.
   98. Ten km. west of Marzinabad. Annual with large spiny burs to 2 cm., 3
 spirals. Seed on ground, grazed closely. Elevation 850 m. Wild.
 380921 to 380923.   MELICA CUPANI GUSS.     Gramineae.
   380921. 219. Eighteen km. north of Sanandaj. Perennial to 30 cm.
     tall. Protected area on dry basalt hill. Few plants. Elevation 1,460
     m. Wild.
   380922. 348. Nujian, Dez Watershed Camp, 50 km. north of Khorramabad,
     Loristan Province. Perennial plant to 30 cm. tall. Abundant. Old
     plants to 15 cm. in diameter. Dry, rocky east slope in oak forest. El-
     evation 1,900 m. Wild.
   380923. 454. Above ski slope, Gajere. Large plants. In dry, stony soil
     among large basalt boulders. Wild.
 380924 to 380927. MELICA INAEQUIGLUMIS Boiss.
   380924. 100. Tenkm.westofMarzinbad. Vigorous, good seeder. Abun-
     dant. Growing in pine tree planting with Dactylis. Wild.
   380925. 180. Verusk. Large plants, scarce. Growing in association with
     crested wheatgrass and Artemisia monogyna. Wild.
   380926. 183. Twenty-five km. east of Tehran. Mature. Invading aban-
     doned crop land. Wild.
   380927. 290. Seritchal. Plant to 20 cm. tall and 30 cm. in diameter.
     Abundant seeder. Dry, rocky slopes. Wild.
 380928.   MORUS ALBA L.    Moraceae.
   310. Atangeh, north of Karadj.       Trees over 100 years old.   Ten percent of
 fruit all white. Wild.
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380603 to 381079—Continued
 380929. NEPETA sp. Labiatae.
   324. Hajiabad. Perennial plant with slender spike. Grayish, serrated
 leaves, finely veined. Seed capsules evenly distributed around spike. Weed
 in alfalfa fields. Possible mint or oil crop. Local name "Blue mint." Wild.
 380930.   NEPETA sp.
   385. Ten km. south of Shahpoor. Plant to 30 cm. tall, 40 cm. spread.
 Large opposite leaves. Has possible use as ground cover or ornamental.
 Wild.
 380931 to 380941. ONOBRYCHIS GAUBAE Bornem. Leguminosae.
   380931. 5. Sixteen km. north of Ghom. Perennial to 30 cm., semi-
     erect. Leaves large, palatable. Single seeds drop readily. Rainfall 25
     mm. Growing in association with Aristida plumosum.       Wild.
   380932. 10. Twenty-four km. south of Kashan on road to Natanz. Herba-
     ceous perennial to 20 cm. tall, 20 cm. in diameter. Semiprostrate. Bur
     spiny, to lcm. Gravelly eroded northwest slope. Growing in association
     with Poa bulbo8a. Wild.
   380933. 11. Twenty-five km. south of Isfahan. Similar to P.I. 380931 and
     P.I. 380932. Wild.
   380934. 40. Hassinabad exclosure, 32 km. west of Shiraz, Fars Province.
     The most widespread native Onobrychis. Plants scarce. Rainfall
     400 mm. Elevation 1,970 m. Wild.
   380935. 83. Delijna, 100 km. south. Prostrate. Chewed off. Wild.
   380936. 89. In Mooteh protected area, 22 km. south of Delyan. Wild.
   380937. 162. Second valley northeast of Zardabeh. Plants abundant.
     On dry east slope. Bare sedimentary shale rock. Wild.
   380938. 178. Firuzkuh exclosure. Large, vigorous plant; abundant in
     spots. Wild.
   380939. 364. Nuzian, 1 km. southwest of Dez Watershed Camp. Shale
      soil. Elevation 1,400 m. Wild.
   380940. 365. Nuzian, 15 km. southeast of Dez Watershed Camp near
     cemetery. Marl soil, southeast slope. Elevation 1,000 m. Wild.
   380941. 486. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Teh-
   ran. Rainfall 250 mm., silty clay, gravelly loam. Nursery No. 099.
   Elevation 1,900 m. 1967 seed. Cultivated.
  380942 to 380945.   ONOBRYCHIS MICHAUXII DC.
    380942. 118. SharezaPark,Almeh.         Perennial to 30 cm. tall.  Mauve-
      yellow blooms. Growing in association with Festuca ovina. Elevation
      1,800 m. Wild.
    380943. 161. Second Valley, northeast of Zardabeh. Perennial to 40 cm.
      tall. Coarse stems, seed spikes to 20 cm. long. Yellow-orange blooms.
      On west slope of sedimentary rock and clay. Growing in association with
      Festuca ovina. Wild.
    380944. 169. Guesthouse near game preserve, Gangiab. Perennial to
      50 cm. tall. Long spikes, yellow blooms. Similar to P.I. 380943. Eleva-
      tion 2,100 m. Wild.
    380945. 256. Ridge of foothills of Alborz Mountains, 20 km. northeast of
      Gazvin, Abdolabad. Perennial with erect spike, yellowish blooms. Two
      plants only found in exclosure. Rainfall 300 mm. Gravelly clay loam.
  380946. ONOBRYCHIS PERSICA Sirjaev. & K. H. Rechinger
    136. Delbaran. Annual, basal foliage. Seed on long spike to 20 cm.
  Hard pod.
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380603 to 381079—Continued
 380947.   ONOBRYCHIS SQUARROSA Viv.
   54. Iranian Oil Company Airfield, Dogonbadan. Annual type. Plant not
 seen, dried up. Seed from ground, scarce. Indurate spiny pod. Growing in
 association with clovers. Wild.
 380948 and 380949. ONOBRYCHIS VICIIFOLIA Scop.                  Sainfoin.
   380948. 73. Khorramabad. Commercial seed (1971 crop) used for plant-
     ing on the Dez Watershed Camp. Cultivated.
   380949. 270. Zanjan. Commercially grown extensively for hay. Cul-
     tivated.
 380950.   ONOBRYCHIS sp.
   185. Thirty km. east of Tehran. Erect perennial to 30 cm. tall.      Long
 spikes. Pubescent, hairy seeds. Wild.
 380951.   ONOBRYCHIS sp.
   220. Eighteen km. north of Sanandaj. Perennial to 30 cm. tall.      Semi-
 erect, pubescent spiny pods. Protected dry basalt hillside. Wild.
 380952.   ONOBRYCHIS sp.
  236. Ten km. west of Bijar. Perennial. Grazed closely.         Rainfall 400
 mm. Clay loam soil. Elevation 2,000 m. Wild.
 380953.   ONOBRYCHIS sp.
   261. Abdolabad.     One erect plant in exclosure, perennial, may have been
 seeded. Wild.
 380954.   ONOBRYCHIS sp.
   298. Forty km. northwest of Karadj, Seritchal. Perennial to 60 cm.
 tall. Very narrow pinnate leaves, three pair narrow stems. One or two seed
 per hairy pod. Elevation 2,000 m. Wild.
 380955. ORYZOPSIS MILIACEA (L.) Benth. & Hook, ex Aschers. & Schweinf.
      Gramineae.
   487. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran. Rain-
 fall 250 mm., silty clay, gravelly loam. Nursery No. 1107. Elevation 1,900
 m. Cultivated.
 380956. ORYZOPSIS MOLINIOIDES (Boiss.) Hack, ex Paulsen
   116. Shareza Park, Almeh. Growing in association with Poa bulbosa and
 Artemisia monogyna.       Elevation 1,400 m. Wild.
 380957.   ORYZOPSIS sp.
   461. Above ski slope, Gajere. Perennial bunchgrass. Broad leaved,
 closed panicle. Seed long, black, shattered. Most abundant grass in steep,
 rocky areas. Elevation 2,800 to 3,000 m. Wild.
 380958. PANICUM ANTIDOTALE Retz. Gramineae.                Blue panicgrass.
   59. Albadji. Perennial to 1.1 m. tall. Large bunches established vegeta-
 tively along with Pennisetum and Tamarix.     Sand dunes central project.
 Seed shattered.
 380959. PANICUM MILIACEUM L.                                  Proso millet.
   272. Zanjan. Annual, yellow seeded. Local name "Arzan." Culti-
 vated.
 380960. PENNISETUM ORIENTALE L. C. Rich Gramineae.
   92. Ten km. northeast along river, Karadj. Short plants. Rocky slope.
 Wild.
 380961 and 380962. PHALARIS AQUATICA L. Gramineae.      Large canarygrass.
   380961. 488. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran.
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380603 to 381079—Continued
 380961 and 380962—Continued
     Rainfall 250 mm., silty clay, gravelly loam. Nursery No. 1115. Eleva-
     tion 1,900 m. Cultivated.
   380962. 489. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Teh-
     ran. Rainfall 250 mm., silty clay, gravelly loam. Nursery No. 1207.
     Elevation 1,900 m. Cultivated.
 380963 to 380965. PHALARIS ARUNDINACEA L.                 Reed canary grass.
   380963. 308. Five km. above main dam, Karadj. Most seed shattered,
     plants scarce. Along river bottom. Elevation 1,800 m. Wild.
   380964. 363. Song-Torash, Khorramabad, Loristan Province. Red forest
     soil, wet area. Elevation 1,400 m. Wild.
   380965. 439. Gajereh. Isolated plants to 1.5 m. tall. Along creek bottom.
     Elevation 2,200 m. Wild.
 380966 and 380967.       PHALARIS CANARIENSIS L.
   380966. 51. Iranian Oil Company airfield, Dogonbadan. Annual. Most
     abundant grass with spiny weeds and clovers. Mediterranean clime,
     mostly annuals.
   380967. 107. Dashtenaz Game Preserve. Plant to 1 m. tall. Weed in
     wheatfield. Wild.
 380968 to 380970. PHASEOLUS VULGARIS L. Leguminosae.        Common bean.
   380968. 274. Zanjan. Grown locally. Local name "Loobiachi." Culti-
     vated.
   380969. 423. Ghazvin. Mixed stock as grown locally, pinto, brown, red
     and black. Cultivated.
   380970. 424. Ghazvin. Near round shape. Grown locally under irriga-
     tion. Cultivated.
 380971. PHLEUM PANICULATUM Huds. Gramineae.
   207. Bisatoon Wildlife Reserve, 20 km. east of Kermanshah. Annual to 30
 cm. tall. Dry, rocky slope. Growing in association with Boisseria and
 Bromus tectorum. Elevation 1,600 m. Wild.
 380972.        PHLEUM PHLEOIDES (L.)    Karst.
   110. Twenty-five km. west of Dasht. Perennial, early maturing. Decid-
 uous oak forest openings. Rainfall 700 mm. Elevation 500 m. Wild.
 380973.        PICRIS ECHIOIDES L.   Compositae.
   484. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran. Rain-
 fall 250 mm., silty clay, gravelly loam. Nursery No. 3008. Elevation 1,900
 m. 1967 seed. Wild.
 380974 to 380983. POA BULBOSA L. Gramineae.
   380974. 2. Twenty-three km. northeast of Tehran on highway to Dama-
      vand. Plant to 30 cm. tall. Occurs in small patches up to 5 m. in
      diameter. Heavily grazed where not protected. Wild.
   380975. 3. Siecarchal, Tehran Province. Common. Scattered through-
      out the reserve in wheatgrass, orchardgrass, and native vegetation.
      Wild.
   380976. 29. Baumou Preserve, Shiraz. Abundant. Growing in associa-
        tion with Bromus tectorum and Elymus.       Wild.
      380977.    65. Khorramabad, watershed area near top of pass.   Very com-
        mon.     Long awns. Elevation 2,000 m. Wild.
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380603 to 38107&—Continued
 380974 to 380983—Continued
   380978. 121. Almeh. Abundant where perennials are sparse. Eleva-
      tion 1,800 m.
   380979. 145. Zarabadeh, northeast of Shahrud. Common. Growing in
      Game Preserve protected area with crested wheatgrass and Atriplex
      canescens. Rainfall 250 to 300 mm. Clay loam soil with sedimentary
      rock chips. Elevation 1,500 m. Wild.
   380980. 173. Semnan, 50 km. on road to Firukuh. Abundant around
      wheatfields. Elevation 2,100 m. Wild.
   380981. 196. Near headquarters, Mooteh. Common and widespread.
      All dry areas. Growing in association with Atriplex and Bromus tec-
      torum. Wild.
   380982. 337. Nujian, Dez Watershed Camp, 50 km. north of Khorramabad,
      Loristan Province. Perennial. Vernal dominant plants ripe since
      June 10. Most abundant perennial. Wild.
   380983. 451. Gajereh. Large plants, long awned seed. Abundant. El-
      evation 2,600 m. Wild.
 380984 to 380989. POA DENSA Troitzky.
   380984. 69. Nujian, Dez Watershed Camp, 50 km. north of Khorramabad,
      Loristan Province. Perennial with thick spikelike panicles. Otherwise
      like P. bulbo8a. Matures early. Growing in association with P. bulbosa
      and annual clovers. Wild.
   380985. 77. Khorramabad-Loristan, 58 km. northeast at summit. Simi-
      lar to P.I. 390984. Normal florets. Wild.
   380986. 85. Mooteh area, 64 km. South of Delijan. Same as P.I. 380985
      and P.I. 380984. Wild.
   380987. 160. Second Valley, northeast Zarbadeh. Perennial, bulbous
      base, dense head. Larger than P. bulbosa, 10 days later maturity.
      Normal heads. Plant sparse. Wild.
   380988. 195. Near headquarters, Mooteh. Perennial, bulbous base.
      Vernal dominant. Growing in association with P. bulbosa. Rocky
      east slope. Wild.
   380989. 335. Nujian, Dez Watershed Camp, 50 km. north of Khorramabad,
      Loristan Province. Perennial, bulbous-rooted bunchgrass. Vernal dom-
      inant like P. bulbosa. Elevation 1,900 m. Wild.
 380990. POA GLAUCANTHA Gaudin.                             Upland bluegrass.
   462. Above ski slope, Gajere. Perennial semi-erect bunchgrass to 35 cm.
 tall. Fine bluish color stems, open panicles. Dry, rocky basalt slope. Ele-
 vation 2,900 m. Wild.
 380991. POA LONGIFOLIA Trin.
   71. Nujian, Dez Watershed Camp, 50 km. north of Khorramabad, Loristan
 Province. Plant to 1.5 m. tall. Growing in wet spots with Hordeum
 bulbo8um. Heavy clay. Scarce seed heads. Wild.
 380992 to 380994. POA PRATENSIS L.                       Kentucky bluegrass.
   380992. 132. Mashad, west city limits. One plant only along ditch
      bank. Wild.
   380993. 228. Fifty-five km. north of Sanandaj. Red stems, pale green
      foliage. Elevation 2,030 m. Wild.
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380603 to 38107»—Continued
 380992 to 380994—Continued
   380994. 362. Nine km. east of Nuzian Pass. Along creek. Elevation
      1,800 m. Wild.
 380995. PoAsp.
   303. Seritchal. Perennial, loosely tufted plants to 30 cm. tall. Few
 narrow basal leaves, bluish color. Narrow heads like P. ampla. Wild.
 380996. POLYPOGON MONSPELIENSIS (L.) Desf. Gramineae.
   58. Omidiye. Weedy annual along road. Wild.
 380997. POTERIUM sp. Rosaceae.
   90. Ten km. north along river, Karadj. One large plant on rocky
 hillside. Elevation 1,500 m. Wild.
 380998. PRANGOS HAUSSKNECHTII Boiss. Umbelliferae.
   46. Hasinabad exclosure, 32 km. east of Shiraz, Fars Province. Low
 growing plant. Heavy seeder. Eaten readily by sheep. Wild.
 380999. PROSOPIS STEPHANIANA (Bieb) Kunth ex Spreng. Leguminosae.
   55. Behbahan. Small tree or shrub to 4 m. tall. Very fine pinnate
 leaves. Spiny twigs, pods swollen. Planted along curb of city streets.
 Cultivated.
 381000. PRUNUS MAHALEB L. Rosaceae.                            Mahaleb cherry.
    19. Shiraz, 246 km. north on road to Dehbid. Shrub to 2 m. tall. Single
 yellow fruit, 15 mm. in diameter, sessile, succulent, edible. Rocky stony area
 on edge of road. Wild.
 381001 to 381003. PRUNUS MICROCARPA Meyer
   381001. 212. Bisatoon Game Reserve. Perennial woody, spiny shrub to 1
      m. tall. Growing on rocky slope with Quercus brantii and Amygdalus.
      Wild.
   381002. 299. Seritchal. Spiny shrub to lm. tall, narrow leaves. Berries
      round, black, 1.5 cm. in diameter, slim, 1 cm. long. Fruit edible,
      astringent. Wild.
   381003. 300. Seritchal. Isolated plant selection. Heavy seeder. Fruit
      elongate. Wild.
 381004 and 381005. PRUNUS SCOPARIA (Spach) Schneid.
   381004. 213. Bisatoon Game Reserve. Perennial shrub to 1.5 m. Green
      Ephedra-like stems, few leaves. Grazed to 50 percent of new growth.
      Seed splitting open. Wild.
   381005. 215. Bisatoon Game Reserve, 40 km. west of Kermanshah. Pe-
      rennial shrub to 1.5 m. tall. Spiny with gray pubescent foliage. Larger
      size than P.I. 381004. Stony rocky clay soil. Elevation 1,700 m. Wild.
 381006.   PRUNUS SPINOSA L.                                    Blackthorn.
    97. Twenty-six km. south of Chalus. Plant to 1.5 m. tall. Few leaves.
  Heavy fruit crop, edible, black, small. Rocky clay gravel hillside. Rainfall
  600 to 700 mm. Elevation 550 m. Wild.
 381007.   PRUNUS sp.
   397. Ninety-five km. northeast of Tabriz. Spiny shrub with serrated
 narrow leaves. Sessile fruits dark red, edible, to 1 cm. in diameter. North-
 east slope on steep shale silt loam. Elevation 1,825 m. Wild.
 381008 to 381010. PUCCINELLIA DISTANS (L.) Parl. Gramineae.
   381008. 88. Twenty-two km. south of Delyan, Mooteh protected area.
     Growing in salt flat with Tamarix. Wild.
                  JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                         121

380603 to 381079—Continued
 381008 to 381010—Continued
   381009. 167. Gangiab, 60 km. northeast of Semnan. Growing in moun-
      tain meadow with Carex. Elevation 2,100 m. Wild.
   381010. 205. Hamabad, 50 km. southwest toward Kermanshah. Plant to
      30 cm. tall. Ripe and shattering. Growing in wet alkali spot along high-
      way with Hordeum violaceum. Wild.
 381011. RAPHANUS RAPHANISTRUM L. Cruciferae.
   493. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran. Rain-
 fall 250 mm., silty clay gravelly loam. Nursery No. 3007. Elevation 1,900
 m. 1965 seed. Cultivated.
 381012. ROBINIA PSEUDOACACIA L. Leguminosae.
   186. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran. Rain-
 fall 250 mm., silty clay gravelly loam. Elevation 1,900 m. 1971 seed hanging
 on 10-year-old tree. Irrigated. Cultivated.
 381013.   ROSA sp.    Rosaceae.
   223. Twenty-two km. north of Sanadaj. Slowly rhizomatous perennial
 with single white petals. Few retrorse thorns. Favorable sites in
 canyons. Wild.
 381014.   RUMEX sp.    Polygonaceae.
   192. Five km. north of Mooteh. Used in villages for food. Collected on
 dry hillside. Elevation 2,050 m. Wild.
 381015. SALSOLA RIGIDA Pall. Chenopodiaceae.
   494. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran. Rain-
 fall 250 mm., silty clay gravelly loam. Nursery No. 247. Elevation 1,900
 m. 1967 seed. Wild.
 381016.   SAMBUCUS EBULUS L.      Caprifoliaceae.
   309. Southeast of Karadj River dam, Arangeh. Small deciduous shrub,
 fruit seldom used. First seed ripe July 21. Wild.
 381017.   SAMBUCUS NIGRA L.
   419. Rasht. Perennial to 2 m. tall. Black seeded, flat umbels. Abun-
 dant on the Caspian slope. Grazed by goats, sheep and cattle. Cut for winter
 feed. Elevation sea level to 1,000 m. Wild.
 381018 to 381028. SANGUISORBA MINOR Scop. Rosaceae.            Small burnet.
   381018. 38. Didigon, 158 km. north of Shiraz. Small annual plants, first
     maturity. Along ditchbank. Wild.
   381019. 45. Hasseinabad exclosure, 32 km. west of Shiraz, Fars Province.
     Rainfall 400 mm. Commercial strain planted here. Well adapted.
      Elevation 1,970 m. Cultivated.
   381020. 211. Bisatoon Game Reserve, 40 km. east of Kermanshah. An-
     nual or winter annual. Slender plants, few fine serrated leaves, basal
     and cauline. Stony clay. Wild.
   381021. 237. Three km. west of Bijar. Wet spot. Elevation 2,000 m.
     Wild.
   381022. 311. Seritchal. Winter annual. Wild.
   381023. 318. Ghochak. Common. Dry, rocky site. Wild.
   381024. 383. Ten km. south of Shahpoor. Plants to 1 m. tall. Small
     heads and seeds. Granular clay soil, abandoned orchard. Wild.
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380603 to 381079—Continued
 381018 to 381028—Continued
      381025. 434. Gachsar. Large, leafy plants. Roadside. Elevation
        2,200 m. Wild.
      381026. 490. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Teh-
        ran. Rainfall 250 mm., silty clay gravelly loam. Nursery No. 078.
        Elevation 1,900 m. Cultivated.
      381027. 491. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Teh-
        ran. Rainfall 250 mm., silty clay gravelly loam. Nursery No. 289. Ele-
        vation 1,900 m. Cultivated.
      381028. 492. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Teh-
        ran. Rainfall 250 mm., silty clay gravelly loam. Nursery No. 3004.
        Elevation 1,900 m. Cultivated.
 381029.     SECALE MONTANUM GUSS.      Gramineae.
   384. Ten km. south of Shahpoor. Droughty, clay soil. Wild.
 381030. SESAMUM INDICUM L. Pedaliaceae.                      Sesame.
   280. Zanjan. Brown seeded, edible. Grown for human consumption.
 Local name "Konjed." Cultivated.
 381031.     SOPHORA ALOPECUROIDES L.      Leguminosae.
   4. Polur, Natural Resources exclosure. Rhizomatous perennial. Erect
 stems. Pods on terminal spike, drooping loment like pods. 1971 pods still on
 stems, collected in the exclosure. Not palatable, but pods are eaten in the fall
 by sheep and goats. Plants and pods used for medicine. Local name
 "Sheareen Bayan." Wild.
 381032. STACHYS INFLATA Benth. Labiatae.
   190. Mooteh protected area. Slowly creeping perennial with gray pubes-
 cent foliage. Showy, purple spike bloom to 30 cm. May be a good ground
 cover or ornamental. Wild.
 381033 to 381036. STIPA BARBATA Desf. Gramineae.
   381033. 12. Kolahghazi Game Preserve, 40 km. south of Isfahan. Erect
     plant to 60 cm. tall. Long, twisted glume. Dry, gravel bar. Elevation
     2,000 m. Wild.
   381034. 115. Shareza Park, Almeh. Elevation 1,400 m. Wild.
   381035. 403. Meskinshahr, 16 km. south of junction to Mt. Sabalan. Seed
     maturing in sheath. Maturing cut short by drought. Rocky, basalt
     strewn, shallow, silt loam soil. Elevation 1,500 m. Wild.
   381036. 495. Dryland Experiment Station, Homand, 50 km. east of Tehran.
     Rainfall 250 mm., silty clay, gravelly loam. Elevation 1,900 m. Wild.
 381037. STIPA LAGASCAE Roem. & Schult.
   163. Second valley northeast of Zardabeh. Deciduous plant. Awns
 easily to 20 cm. long. Seed straight, large. Growing in association with
 Festuca ovina. Wild.
  381038.    STIPA ORIENTALIS Trin.
      122.   Almeh.   Elevation 1,700 m.
  381039.    STIPA SZOVITZIANA Trin.
     22. Aliabad Station exclosure, 193 km. north of Shiraz. Very open panicle,
  small seed. Fine awn to 10 cm. long, curved on end, light pubescence. Eleva-
  tion 1,500 m. Wild.
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380603 to 381079—Continued
 381040. SUAEDA sp. Chenopodiaceae.
   142. Ten km. south of Sabzevar. Perennial. Seed supplied by Sand
 Control Station. Used for inland dune control. Wild.
 381041. THYMUS sp. Labiatae.
   286. Seritchal. Perennial plant 6 to 8 cm. tall and to 50 cm. in
 diameter. White to lavender color, odoriferous. Used as ground cover.
 Common. Most abundant plant on extensive areas. Wild.
 381042.   THYMUS sp.
   287. Seritchal. Rhizomatous perennial ground cover. Basal leaves
 gray, narrow, abundant. Seed on spikes 8 cm. tall. Covered with hairy 5-
 pointed capsules to the base. Wild.
 381043.   THYMUS sp.
   320. Hajiabad, northeast of Tehran. Perennial, single, large plant. Iso-
 lated from others. Highway Department land. On former cropland. Wild.
 381044. TRIFOLIUM CAMPESTRE Screb. Leguminosae.            Large hop clover.
   62. Dakhtar. Annual. Growing in association with Calamagrostis epi-
 geoios and annual vetch. Wild.
 381045 and 381046. TRIFOLIUM DUBIUM Sibth. Leguminosae.
   381045. 113. Twenty-five km. west of Dasht. Annual. Wild.
   381046. 209. Bisatoon Wildlife Reserve, 20 km. east of Kermanshah. An-
     nual. Wild.
 381047. TRIFOLIUM FRAGIFERUM L.                           Strawberry clover.
   109. Aliabad. Elongate and round heads. First maturity June 28. In
 roadside ditch. Elevation 100 m. Wild.
 381048. TRIFOLIUM HYBRIDUM L.                                 Alsike clover.
   269. Zanjan. Biennial. Grown commercially. Cultivated.
 381049 and 381050. TRIFOLIUM REPENS L.                         White clover.
   381049. 94. Karadj, 25 km. north along river. Common. Early maturing.
     Elevation 1,800 m. Cultivated.
   381050. 436. Gachsar. Plants large, vigorous. Growing along creek bot-
     toms with Calamagro8ti8. Elevation 2,200 m. Wild.
 381051.   TRIFOLIUM sp.
   50. TangehrBolhayat area, Zagros Mountains, Sheraz to Kaserun. Peren-
 nial with white-yellow blossom. Pubescent, pinnate leaves. Heads globose,
 hairy. One plant only. Wild.
 381052.   TRIFOLIUM sp.
   106. Dashtenaz Game Preserve. Annual with soft, spiny, terminal burs
 persistant on plant. Seeds on ground. Wild.
 381053.   TRIFOLIUM sp.
   208. Bisatoon Wildlife Reserve, 20 km. east of Kermanshah. Annual to 10
 cm. tall. Spiny inflated head. Plants all dried up. Stony soil on south slope
 of annual and oak range. Elevation 1,600 m. Wild.
 381054.   TRIFOLIUM sp.
   210. Bisatoon Wildlife Reserve, 20 km. east of Kermanshah.    Small annual
 to 15 cm. Loose globose heads. Wild.
 381055.   TRIFOLIUM sp.
   336.    Nujian, Dez Watershed Camp, 50 km. north of Khorramabad, Loristan
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380603 to 381079—Continued
 Province. Annual, erect. Spiny heads.      Abundant.    May be mixed with
 another annual clover. Wild.
 381056.    TRIFOLIUM sp.
   414. Northeast slope, Mt. Sabalan. Stoloniferous perennial with elongate
 heads. Foliage larger than T. repens. Growing in mountain meadow with
 Agrostis alba. Elevation 2,450 m. Wild.
 381057.    TRIFOLIUM sp.
   417. Ardebil, top of grade on east side to Astara. Annual pubescent, late
 maturing plant. Small pubescent heads. Sparse. Growing in association
 with bracken fern and Brachypodium.      Wild.
 381058 and 381059. TRIGONELLA ANGUINA Delile Leguminosae.
   381058. 48. Tangeh-Bolhayat area, Zagros Mountains, Sheraz to Kaserun.
     Annual prostrate with few leaves. Seeds in curved pod. Along stream.
     Wild.
   381059. 60. Dezful. 20 km. south. Annual. Seed on ground, pod
     curved. Wild.
 381060.    TRIGONELLA ELLIPTICA Boiss.
   234. Forty km. west of Bijar. Perennial, taproot. Rainfall 400 mm. On
 steep road bank. Elevation 1,800 m. Wild.
 381061 and 381062. TRIGONELLA FOENUM-GRAECUM L.                 Fenugreek.
   381061. 275. Zanjan. Annual. Grown commercially. Local name
     "Boy." Cultivated.
   381062. 428. Ghazvin. Forage crop, grown locally for hay. Cultivated.
 381063. TRITICUM BOEOTICUM Boiss. Gramineae.
   206. Bisatoon Wildlife Reserve, 20 km. east of Kermenshah. Bearded
 annual. Single seeded spikelet. Rachis and spikelets break up easily.
 Abundant on dry, rocky south slope. Stony grumasol soil. Growing in
 association with Boisseria and Taeneatherum.   Elevation 1,600 m. Wild.
 381064. VICIA ERVILIA (L.) Willd. Leguminosae.                 Bitter vetch.
   267. Zanjan. Annual plant grown for forage purposes. Local name
 "Gave-Daneh." Cultivated.
 381065 to 381068. VICIA SATIVA L.                           Common vetch.
   381065. 72. Five km. east of Nujian Pass near work camp. Annual to 25
     cm. tall. Seed shattering. Wild.
   381066. 74. Nujian, Dez Watershed Camp, 50 km. north of Khorramabad,
     Loristan Province. Annual, small seed. Wild.
   381067. 368. Song-Torash village. Winter annual. Below Dez Camp
     spring. Wild.
   381068. 369. Song-Torash village. Annual. Elevation 1,400 m. Wild.
  381069.   VICIA sp.
    111. Twenty-five km. west of Dasht. Annual with erect black pods 2.5 cm.
  long. Seed shattered, weevilly. Wild.
  381070 and 381071. VIGNA RADIATA (L.) Wilczek Leguminosae.     Mungbean.
    381070. 263. Sharud. Annual. Produced on farms for fodder and hu-
      man food. Cultivated.
    381071. 271. Zanjan. Annual. Grown for cow feed. Local name
      "Mash." Cultivated.
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380603 to 381079—Continued
  381072. XEROPHYLLUM sp. Liliaceae.
    240. Thirty km. northeast of Bijar. Bulbous perennial with 1 tall spike to 1
  m. Yellow-brown color. Seed in capsule, 3 parts round. Silt loam soil.
  Abundant in spots. Elevation 1,800 m. Wild.
  381073 and 381074. ZYGOPHYLLUM EURYPTERUM Boiss. & Buhse. Zygophyl-
       laceae.
    381073. 32. Forty km. northeast of Neiriz. Perennial shrub to 1.5 m. tall
       and 1 m. in diameter. Gray-green fleshy leaf. Seed 4-winged. Gravel
       flat above salt flat. Wild.
    381074. 166. Desert area 20 km. west of Parvar. Perennial woody shrub,
       first maturity July 4. Elevation 1,500 m. Wild.
  381075. Undetermined Liliaceae.
    248. Nowdehak, 56 km. south of Ghazvin. Bulbous perennial to 20 cm.
  tall. Stem branches have terminal capsules like a columbine, flowers
  probably blue. Seed black. Persisting in cultivated planted area. Eleva-
  tion 1,300 m. Wild.
  381076. Undetermined Pedaliaceae.
    281. Zanjan. Seed black. Grown as oil crop. Cultivated.
  381077. Undetermined Liliaceae.
    349. Nujian, Dez Watershed Camp, 50 km. north of Khorramabad, Loristan
  Province. Bulbous perennial with one large leaf. Large seed pod near the
  ground. Seed mature, plants all dried up. Wild.
  381078. Undetermined Cruciferae.
    421. Fifty km. northwest of Ghazvin. Deciduous perennial shrub.
  Green stiff pointed ascending branches with terminal round pods. On dry,
  rocky slope. Elevation 850 m. Wild.
  381079. Undetermined Caryophyllaceae.
    447. Eight km. east of Gajereh. Perennial spreading dwarf plant to 10 cm.
  tall. In crevices of large basalt borders of steep, south slope. Wild.
381080 and 381081.
From Uganda. Seed presented by J. C. M. Ddungu, Makerere University,
      Kampala through S. W. Braverman, East African Plant Quarantine
      Station, Nairobi, Kenya. Received July 20, 1973.
  381080. ANDROPOGON GAYANUS Kunth Gramineae.
    Cultivated.
  381081. DESMODIUM DISTORTUM (Aubl.) Macb. Leguminosae.
    Cultivated.
381082 to 381084.
From Australia. Seed presented by Genetic Resources Section, Division of
    Plant Industry, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organiza-
    tion, Canberra. Received July 11, 1973.
  381082. ANTHEPHORA ACUMINATA (Rendle) Robyns ex Stapf & C. E. Hubb.
       Gramineae.
    C.P.I. 51082. Lansdown.
  381083. ANTHEPHORA CRISTATA (Doell) Hack.
    C.P.I. 51083. Lansdown.
  381084. ANTHEPHORA PUBESCENS Nees
    C.P.I. 54764. Lansdown.
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381085 to 381105.    PAPAVERBRACTEATUM Lindl.              Papaveraceae.
                                                       Great scarlet poppy.
From Iran. Roots collected by Peter Goldblatt, Missouri Botanical Garden, St.
   Louis, Missouri. Received July 16, 1973.
 381085. 1039.                          381096.   1092.
 381086. 1045.                          381097.   1093.
 381087. 1046.                          381098.   1096.
 381088. 1052.                          381099.   1097.
 381089. 1062.                          381100.   1099.
 381090. 1063.                          381101.   1125.
 381091. 1085.                          381102.   1126.
 381092. 1086.                          381103.   1127.
 381093. 1087.                          381104.   1131.
 381094. 1090.                          381105.   1132.
 381095. 1091.
381106.    SACCHARUM (hybrid)          Gramineae.                 Sugarcane.
From Mauritius. Cuttings presented by Director of Sugar Industry Research
    Institute, Reduit. Received July 20, 1973.
  '47 R 4066\
381107 and 381108.      ASPARAGUS OFFICINALIS L.              Liliaceae.
                                                          Garden asparagus.
From Kenya. Roots presented December 1972 by East African Plant Quaran-
    tine Station, Nairobi. Received July 2, 1973.
  381107. EAI 1861. 'Verte de California'. Originally from France.
  381108. EAI 1862. 'Schwetzinger'. Originally from France.
381109.    ASPARAGUS OFFICINALIS         L.       Liliaceae.
                                                         Garden asparagus.
From France. Roots presented December 1972 by Centrale Station de
    Pathologie Vegetale, Centre de Research Agronomiques, Versailles. Re-
    ceived July 2, 1973.
  'Darbonne No. 4*.
381110. OCIMUM GRATISSIMUM L. L a b i a t a e .
From Ceylon. Seed presented by Director, Division of Botany, Central Agri-
   cultural Research Institute, Gannoruwa, Peradeniya. Received June 2,
   1973.
381111. INDIGOFERA SUBULATA V a h l ex Poir.             Leguminosae.
From Trinidad. Seed presented by E. A. Tai, Department of Crop Science,
   University of the West Indies, St. Augustine. Received June 28, 1973.
381112 to 381115. LOLIUM PERENNE L. G r a m i n e a e .
                                                          Perennial ryegrass.
From Canada. Seed presented by G. G. Smeltzer, Research Station, Canada
    Department of Agriculture, Kentville, Nova Scotia. Received July 3,1973.
  381112. 'Manhattan'. Netherlands.
  381113. 'Verna'. Tildig, Dajbjerg, Netherlands.
  381114. 'VRM 01412'. Swedish Seed Association, Svalof, Sweden.
  381115. 'Z9050'. Northrup-King Seeds.
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381116.    DACTYLIS GLOMERATA L. Gramineae. Orchardgrass.
From Canada. Seed presented by Research Branch, Ottawa Research Station,
     Canada Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, Ontario. Received July 6,1973.
   'Juno'. Selected for leafiness, rust resistance, and good forage and seed
yield. Maturity range similar to 'Frode' and Tardus IP.

381117 and 381118.
From Australia. Seed presented by King's Park and Botanic Garden, Perth,
    Western Australia. Received June 18, 1973.
 381117. ALBIZIA LEBBECK (L.) Benth. Leguminosae.
    2484.
  381118. ALBIZIA LOPHANTHA (Willd.) Benth.
    2485.

381119.    CROCUS SATIVUS L. Iridaceae.
From India. Bulbs presented by Division of Plant Introduction, Indian
    Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi. Received July 10, 1973.
  E.C. 90649. Grown at Simla, Himachal Pradesh. Originally from Iran.

381120 t o 381122.
From Canada. Seed presented by W. J. Cody, Curator, Phanerogamic Herbar-
    ium, Plant Research Institute, Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa,
    Ontario. Received May 31, 1973.
  381120. AMELANCHIER HUMULIS Wiegand Rosaceae.
    Originally from Hanbury Botanical Garden, La Mortola, Ventimiglia, Italy in
  1940.
 381121.    GLEDITSIA TRIACANTHOS L.   Leguminosae.
   Along roadside fence, Carleton County, Nepean Township, Broden Road,
 Ottawa. Tree to 8 m. tall, 30 cm. in diameter.
 381122. ILEX VERTICILLATA (L.) Gray Aquifoliaceae.
   Original source unknown.

381123 t o 381125.
From France. Seed presented by Jardin Botanique, Universite Louis Pasteur,
    Strasbourg Cedex. Code numbers refer to 1973 Index Seminum. Received
    May 14, 1973.
  381123. ALNUS CORDATA Desf. Betulaceae.
    No. 138.
  381124. BETULA PENDULA Roth. Betulaceae.
    No. 144.
  381125.   BETULA PUMILA L.
    No. 145.

381126 and 381127.
From Germany. Seed presented by Botanischer Garten der Gutenberg-
    Universitat, Mainz/Rhein. Received May 17, 1973.
  381126. ALNUS CORDATA Desf. Betulaceae.
  381127. BETULA ALBOSINENSIS Burk. Betulaceae.
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381128 and 381129.
From Italy. Seed presented by Botanical Gardens, Isola Madre, Amminstrazi-
    one Borromeo, Milan. Code numbers refer to 1972 Index Seminum. Re-
    ceived June 13, 1973.
  381128. GLEDITSIA AQUATICA Marsh. Leguminosae.
    No. 14.
 381129. ILLICIUM RELIGIOSUM Sieb. & Zucc. Magnoliaceae.
    No. 18.

381130 to 381132.      PlSUM SATIVUM L.         Leguminosae.           Pea.
From Ethiopia. Seed presented by D. R. Schmidt, College of Agriculture, Haile
    Sellassie University, Debre Zeit. Received July 10, 1973.
  381130. 'Large White*. Individual plant selection. Susceptible to powdery
    mildew.
  381131. 'Medium Gray'. Individual plant selection. Susceptible to powdery
    mildew.
  381132. 'Prussian Blue'. Susceptible to powdery mildew.

381133 and 381134.
From Iran. Seed presented by V. E. Wilson, Plant Disease Specialist,
   Development and Resources Corporation, Andimeshk. Received June 7,
   1973.
 381133. BROMUS sp. Gramineae.
 381134. HORDEUM sp. Gramineae.

381135.     VlGNA VEXILLATA (L.) A. Rich.            Leguminosae.
From Ethiopia. Seed presented by D. R. Schmidt, College of Agriculture, Haile
    Sellassie University, Debre Zeit. Received July 10, 1973.
  Displayed outstanding drought resistance as a volunteer plant growing on
black clay soil during a dry period from October 1972 through June 1973.

381136 to 381141.
From India. Seed presented by Botanic Garden, Bangalore through Division of
    Plant Introduction, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi.
    Received June 10, 1973.
  381136. AMHERSTIA NOBILIS Wall. Leguminosae.
  381137.   AVERRHOA BILIMBI L. Oxalidaceae.
  381138.   BOMBAX MALABARICUM DC. Bombacaceae.
 381139.    BUTEA MONOSPERMA (Lam.) Taub. Leguminosae.
 381140.    DELONIX ELATA (L.) Gamble Leguminosae.
  381141.   SARACA INDICA (L.)   Leguminosae.

381142 to 381153.     VlGNARADlATA(L.)          Wilczek     Leguminosae.
                                                               Mungbean.
From Thailand. Seed presented by E. E. Watt, University of Kentucky-United
    States Agency for International Development Contract Team, Northeast
    Agricultural Center, Tha Phra, Khon Kaen. Received July 3, 1973.
 381142. 'CES-M-14'.
  381143. 'Hauy Srai'.
                   JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31,1973                        129
381142 to 381153—Continued
 381144.   'India P.
 381145.   'India IF.
 381146.   'M-7-A\
 381147.   'M-14-C.
 381148.   'MG-50-10A'.
 381149.   'MG-55-3'.
 381150.   'O.K. 12'.
 381151.                 Internati
           'S-8 Green'. International Rice Research Institue.
 381152.                  Internat
           'S-8 Yellow'. International Rice Research Institute.
 381153.   'Wonder'. Philippines.

381154 to 381294.
From India. Seed presented by B. Choudhary, Division of Vegetables and
    Floriculture through Division of Plant Introduction, Indian Agricultural
    Research Institute, New Delhi. Originally collected under Public
    Law 480 Project A7-CR-128. Received June 18, 1973.
  381154. SOLANUM GILO Raddi Solanaceae.
    PLB 164.
  381155. SOLANUM INCANUM L .
    PLB 294.
  381156. SOLANUM INDICUM L.
    PLB 162.
  381157. SOLANUM INTEGRIFOLIUM Poir.
    PLB 280.
  381158. SOLANUM KHASIANUM C. B. Clarke
    PLB 289.
  381159 to 381288. SOLANUM MELONGENA L.                          Eggplant.
    381159. PLB 1-2.                    381178. PLB 83-2-1.
    381160. PLB 3-2-2.                  381179. PLB 93-2.
    381161. PLB 4-1-1.                  381180. PLB 96-2.
    381162. PLB 8-1-1.                  381181. PLB 96-6.
    381163. PLB 12-4-10.                381182. PLB 96-8.
    381164. PLB 12-4-11.                381183. PLB 97-3.
    381165. PLB 12-4-12.                381184. PLB 98-1.
    381166. PLB 12-4-10-3. Open.        381185. PLB 98-2.
    381167. PLB 13-2.                   381186. PLB 99-2.
    381168. PLB 16-4-1.                 381187. PLB 100-1.
    381169. PLB 21-4-1.                 381188. PLB 101-1-1.
    381170. PLB 32.                     381189. PLB 101-2-1.
    381171. PLB 33.                     381190. PLB 106-1.
    381172. PLB 47.                     381191. PLB 107.
    381173. PLB 48-2.                   381192. PLB 108-1.
    381174. PLB 56-2.                   381193. PLB 112-1-22.
    381175. PLB 57.                     381194. PLB 112-2-20.
    381176. PLB 79-3.                   381195. PLB 118-5-2.
    381177. PLB 82-12-2-1.              381196. PLB 119-1.
130                       PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

381154 to 381294—Continued
 381159 to 381288—Continued
      381197.   PLB   134.             381239.   PLB   215-1.
      381198.   PLB   135.             381240.   PLB   217-1.
      381199.   PLB   136.             381241.   PLB   218-2.
      381200.   PLB   139.             381242.   PLB   220.
      381201.   PLB   147.             381243.   PLB   224-12
      381202.   PLB   151-18.          381244.   PLB   225-5.
      381203.   PLB   152-5.           381245.   PLB   228-13
      381204.   PLB   153-13.          381246.   PLB   229-6.
      381205.   PLB   154-5.           381247.   PLB   230-18
      381206.   PLB   155-4.           381248.   PLB   231-1.
      381207.   PLB   156-4.           381249.   PLB   231-2.
      381208.   PLB   158-6.           381250.   PLB   233-7.
      381209.   PLB   159-6.           381251.   PLB   235-12
      381210.   PLB   165-11.          381252.   PLB   237-2.
      381211.   PLB   166-6.           381253.   PLB   238-1.
      381212.   PLB   168-8.           381254.   PLB   245-13
      381213.   PLB   180-1.           381255.   PLB   246-1.
      381214.   PLB   180-2.           381256.   PLB   250-6.
      381215.   PLB   181-1.           381257.   PLB   252-5.
      381216.   PLB   182-1.           381258.   PLB   255-2.
      381217.   PLB   183-1-10.        381259.   PLB   256-6.
      381218.   PLB   184-1.           381260.   PLB   257-15
      381219.   PLB   186-1.           381261.   PLB   260-3.
      381220.   PLB   187-1.           381262.   PLB   264-7.
      381221.   PLB   187-3.           381263.   PLB   265-4.
      381222.   PLB   188-1.           381264.   PLB   26&-6.
      381223.   PLB   190-1.           381265.   PLB   269-8.
      381224.   PLB   191-3.           381266.   PLB   270-4.
      381225.   PLB   192-1.           381267.   PLB   273-4.
      381226.   PLB   193-1.           381268.   PLB   274-6.
      381227.   PLB   194-1.           381269.   PLB   276-13
      381228.   PLB   195-1.           381270.   PLB   278-3.
      381229.   PLB   196-1-8.         381271.   PLB   282-14
      381230.   PLB   197-1-14.        381272.   PLB   283-10
      381231.   PLB   198-1.           381273.   PLB   284-6.
      381232.   PLB   19&-1-14.        381274.   PLB   290-3.
      381233.   PLB   200-1-3.         381275.   PLB   292.
      381234.   PLB   206-1.           381276.   PLB   294.
      381235.   PLB   207-1.           381277.   PLB   296.
      381236.   PLB   208-1.           381278.   PLB   297.
      381237.   PLB   20&-1.           381279.   PLB   298.
      381238.   PLB   210-1-7.         381280.   PLB   299.
                      JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                         131

381154 to 381294—Continued
 381159 to .381288—Continued
   381281. PLB 301.                        381285. PLB 308.
   381282. PLB 302.                        381286. PLB 313.
   381283. PLB 305.                        381287. PLB 320.
   381284. PLB 307.                        381288,'Pusa Kranti'.
 381289 and 381290.    SOLANUM NIGRUM L.                        Black nightshade.
   381289.    PLB 76. Black.
   381290.    PLB 160.
 381291.     SOLANUM SISYMBRIFOLIUM Lam.
   PLB 73.
 381292. SOLANUM TORVUM Swartz
   PLB 281.
 381293. SOLANUM XANTHOCARPUM Schrad. & Wendl.
   PLB 161.
 381294.     SOLANUM sp.
   PLB 221.
381295 to 381310.      PAPAVER BRACTEATUM Lindl.               Papaveraceae.
                                                           Great scarlet poppy.
From Iran. Roots collected by Peter Goldblatt, Missouri Botanical Garden, St.
    Louis, Missouri. Received July 24, 1973.
  381295. 1165.                         381303. 1196.
  381296. 1167.                         381304. 1197.
  381297. 1171.                         381305. 1200.
  381298. 1172.                         381306. 1203.
  381299. 1177.                         381307. 1204.
  381300. 1185.                         381308. 1205.
 381301. 1188.                          381309. 1207.
  381302. 1195.                         381310. 1208.
381311 to 381313.       PHASEOLUS VULGARIS            L. Leguminosae.
                                                            Common bean.
From Ethiopia. Seed presented by A. W. Sudholt, Agriculture Advisor, United
    States Agency for International Development, Addis Ababa. Received
    June 28, 1973.
  381311. 'Ethiopia 10'. Pea bean. Originally developed at Awassa Experi-
    ment Station, Awassa, Rift Valley.
  381312. 'Mexican 142*. Original selection made at Tengeru, Tanzania.
    Good resistance under Ethiopian conditions to East African strains of bean
    rust Uromyces phaseoli. Pronounced creeping habits under moist con-
    ditions.
  381313. 'Tengeru 16*. Original selection made at Tengeru, Tanzania. Good
    resistance under Ethiopian conditions to East African strains of bean rust
    Uromyce8 phaseoli. Pronounced creeping habits under moist conditions.
132                   PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

381314.    LOPHOPHORA WILLIAMSII (Lem.)            Coulter      Cactaceae.
                                                                    Peyote.
From United States. Plant presented by H. S. Gentry, Desert Botanical Garden,
   Phoenix Arizona. Received July 31, 1973.
381315. ERYTHROXYLUM COCA L a m . E r y t h r o x y l a c e a e . Coca.
From United States. Seed presented by Tim Plowman, Fairchild Tropical
   Garden, Miami, Florida. Received August 10, 1973.
381316 to 381318. AcROCERAS MACRUM S t a p f              Gramineae.
From South Africa. Stolons presented by Director, Natal Region, Department
    of Agricultural Technical Services, Pietermaritzburg. Received April 6,
    1973.
  381316. S82. 'Cedera Select'. Introduced from Rhodesia. Slightly sus-
    ceptible to unidentified leaf spot and smut Ustilago syntherismae. Self
    thatching when frosted.
  381317. S85. 'Cedera Special'. Introduced from East Africa to the Rieton-
    dale Station.
  381318. S87. Located originally in the de Hoek Nursery, Estcourt Research
    Station.

381319.    Undetermined        Leguminosae.
From Kenya. Seed collected by S. W. Braverman, Officer-in-Charge, East
    African Plant Quarantine Station, Nairobi. Received July 20, 1973.
  Summit of 01 Donyo Sapuk 26 km. southwest of Thika. Plant semiprostrate,
0.5 to 0.7 m. in length. Pods borne in whorls at apex, pubescent, 4 to 5 cm.
Elevation 2,145 m. Wild.

381320 and 381321.      CAPSICUM ANNUUM L .          Solanaceae.
                                                                  Pimento.
From Yugoslavia. Seed presented by Shigemi Honma, Horticulture Depart-
    ment, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, under Public Law
    480 Project E30-CR-154. Received July 23, 1973.
  381320. 5-F. Karadjordjeva.
  381321. 42-F. Karadjordjeva.

381322. LUPINUS ALBUS L. Leguminosae.                       White lupine.
From Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seed presented by N. I. Vavilov
    Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received July 30, 1973.
  WIR 1904. 'Kievskij mutant'. The Ukraine. Sweet white, high yielder
with protein content reported approaching soybeans. Excellent green for-
age producer.
381323.    CUCURBITA MAXIMA Duchesne               Cucurbitaceae.
                                                                    Squash.
From Japan. Seed presented by T. Sakata and Company, Yokahama. Re-
    ceived July 19, 1973.
  'Vegetable Spaghetti'. Lot No. 8676A.
381324. VlClA AMPHICARPA D o r t h e s       Leguminosae.
From Turkey. Seed presented by Nazim Durlu, Agriculture General Direc-
   torate, Ministry of Agriculture, Ankara. Received August 1, 1973.
                    JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31,1973                          133

381324—Continued
  Plants produce seed on aerial stems and also on base of plant at ground level
giving appearance of near subterranean production.

381325 to 381329.
From France. Seed presented by Arboretum Des Barres, Fruticetum Vilmori-
   nianum, Nogent-sur-Vernisson. Code numbers refer to 1973 Catalogue des
   Graines. Received July 10, 1973.
 381325. ALNUS CORDATA Desf. Betulaceae.
   No. 25.
 381326. ALNUS ORIENTALIS Decne.                                   Alder.
   No. 28.
 381327. GLEDITSIA HORRIDA (Thunb.) Makino Leguminosae.      Honeylocust.
   No. 198.
 381328. ZELKOVA SERRATA (Thunb.) Makino Ulmaceae.
   No. 420.
 381329.   ZELKOVA SINICA C. Schneid.
   No. 421.

381330 to 381332.     ARACHIS HYPOGAEA L.            Leguminosae.
                                                               Peanut.
From Spain. Seed presented by Margarita R. Altisent, Departamento Horto-
    fruticultura, Benincalap, Valencia. Received July 26, 1973.
  381330. *Cacahua\ Reported grown in Valencia area since 1900. Valencia
    type.
  381331. 'Moruno\ Reported grown in Valencia area since 1900. Bunch
    type.
  381332. 'Palma*. Reported grown in Valencia area since 1900. Spanish
    type.
381333 and 381334.      PISUM SATIVUM L.          Leguminosae.           Pea.
From Netherlands. Seed presented by Cebeco-Handelsraad, Rotterdam.         Re-
    ceived July 26, 1973.
 381333. 'Gastro Maple'.
  381334. 'Imposant Brown'. Marrowfat type.

381335 to 381350.
From Kenya. Seed presented by National Agricultural Research Center, Kitale
    through S. W. Braverman, East African Quarantine Station, Nairobi. Re-
    ceived June 29, 1973.
  381335. ANDROPOGON GAYANUS Kunth Gramineae.
    K6438.
  381336. CHLORIS GAYANA Kunth Gramineae.                      Rhodesgrass.
    K50198. 'Nzoia'.
  381337. DIGITARIA GAZENSIS Rendle Gramineae.
    K575.
  381338. DIGITARIA MAITLANDII Stapf & C. E. Hubb.
    K53901.
  381339. ECHINOCHLOA PYRAMIDALIS (Lam.) Hitchc. & Chase Gramineae.
    K53542.
134                            PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

381335 to 381350—Continued
 381340. ENTOLASIA IMBRICATA Stapf Gramineae.
   K6819.
 381341 and 381342. GLYCINE WIGHTII (Grah. ex Wight & Arn.) Verde.   Legu-
     minosae.
   381341. K51393.
   381342. K51394.
 381343. HYPARRHENIA FILIPENDULA (Hochst.) Stapf Gramineae.
   K5536.
 381344. HYPARRHENIA RUFA (Nees) Stapf
   K5536.
 381345. LOTONONIS BAINESII Baker Gramineae.
   K6618.
 381346. PANICUM DEUSTUM Thunb. Gramineae.
 381347. UROCHLOA BOLBODES (Steud.) Stapf Gramineae.
   K51294.
 381348. VIGNA GRACILIS (Guill. & Perr.) Hook f. Leguminosae.
   K51121.
 381349.       VIGNA OBLONGIFOLIA A. Rich.
      K6631.
 381350.       VIGNA SCHIMPERI Baker
      K52366.
381351 to 381428.          ViGNA RADIATA (L.) Wilczek    Leguminosae.
                                                            Mungbean.
From Nigeria. Seed presented by K. O. Rachie, International Institute of
   Tropical Agriculture, Ibadan. Received June 29, 1973.
 381351.       IVau   65001.
 381352.       IVau   65002.
 381353.       IVau   65003.
 381354.       IVau   65004.
 381355.       IVau   65006.
 381356.       IVau   65007.
 381357.       IVau   65008.
 381358.       IVau   65009.
 381359.       IVau   65101.
 381360.       IVau   65011.
 381361.       IVau   65012.
 381362.       IVau   64001.
 381363.       IVau   64002.
 381364.       IVau   64004.
 381365.       IVau   64005.
 381366.       IVau   64007.
 381367.       IVau   64008.
 381368.       IVau   64009.
 381369.       IVau   64010.
 381370.       IVau   64011.
                  JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973   135

381351 to 381428—Continued
 381371.   IVau 64013.
 381372.   IVau 64014.
 381373.   IVau 64015.
 381374.   IVau 64016.
 381375.   IVau 64017.
 381376.   IVau 64018.
 381377.   IVau 64019.
 381378.   IVau 'CES 14'. Philippines.
 381379.   IVau 65001-A.
 381380.   IVau65003-A.
 381381.   IVau 64001-A.
 381382.   IVau 64002-A.
 381383.   IVau 64003.
 381384.   IVau 64004-A.
 381385.   IVau 64005-A.
 381386.   IVau 64006.
 381387.   IVau 1833.
 381388.   IVau 1838.
 381389.   IVau 1863.
 381390.   IVau 1883.
 381391.   IVau 1891.
 381392.   IVau 3824.
 381393.   IVau 3825.
 381394.   IVau 3826.
 381395.   IVau 3827.
 381396.   IVau 3828.
 381397.   IVau 3829.
 381398.   IVau 3830.
 381399.   IVau 3840.
 381400.   IVau 3845. Philippines.
 381401.   IVau 3846. Philippines.
 381402.   IVau 3847. Philippines.
 381403.   IVau 3849. Philippines.
 381404.   IVau 3850. Philippines.
 381405.   IVau 4239. Philippines.
 381406.   IVau 4240. North Borneo.
 381407.   IVau 4241. North Borneo.
 381408.   IVau 4242. North Borneo.
 381409.   IVau 4246. North Borneo.
 381410.   IVau 4247. North Borneo.
 381411.   IVau 4248. North Borneo.
 381412.   IVau 'U.D. Domestic No. 5'. Korea.
 381413.   IVau 'Thailand Beans No. 5'. Korea.
 381414.   IVau RPIP 4&-071-10087. India.
136                   PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

381351 to 381428—Continued
 381415.   IVau RPIP 48-069-10104. India.
 381416.   IVau RPIP 48-069-10105. India.
 381417.   IVau RPIP 48-071-10383. India.
 381418.   IVau RPIP 48-071-10698. India.
 381419.   IVau RPIP 48-071-10827. India.
 381420.   IVau RPIP 48-071-10926. India.
 381421.   IVau RPIP 48-033-10045. India.
 381422.   IVau RPIP 4&-069-11020. India.
 381423.   IVau 'Early I\ India.
 381424.   IVau'Early IF. India.
 381425.   IVau 'T-2\ India.
 381426.   IVau 'Korean Local'. Korea.
 381427.   IVau 64004.
 381428.   IVau 64012.

381429 to 381437.    x TRITICOSECALE Wittm.            Gramineae.
                                                              Triticale.
From Hungary. Seed presented by Duna-Tisza Kozi Mazoganazdasagi Kiser-
    leti I Intezat, Kecskemet through National Institute of Agrobotany,
    Tapioszele. Received August 7, 1973.
  381429. No. 1.                       381434. 'Bokolo'.
  381430. No. 20.                      381435. D 27 FlB
  381431. No. 30.                      381436. 787-72. Tomzsi.
  381432. No. 57.                      381437. 801-72. Tomzsi.
  381433. No. 64.

381438 to 381615.
From Iran. Seed collected by Peter Goldblatt, Missouri Botanical Garden, St.
    Louis, Missouri. Received August 21, 1973.
  381438 to 381607. PAPAVER BRACTEATUM Lindl. Papaveraceae.
                                                         Great scarlet poppy.
    381438. 1036.                     381452. 1050.
    381439. 1037.                     381453. 1051.
    381440. 1038.                     381454. 1052.
    381441. 1039.                     381455. 1053.
    381442. 1040.                     381456. 1054.
    381443. 1041.                     381457. 1055.
    381444. 1042.                      381458. 1056.
    381445. 1043.                      381459. 1057.
    381446. 1044.                     381460. 1058.
    381447. 1045.                      381461. 1059.
    381448. 1046.                      381462. 1060.
    381449. 1047.                      381463. 1061.
    381450. 1048.                      381464. 1062.
    381451. 1049.                      381465. 1063.
                 JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31,1973     137

381438 to 381615—Continued
 381438 to 381607—Continued
   381466.   1064.               381508.   1106.
   381467.   1065.               381509.   1107.
   381468.   1066.               381510.   1108.
   381469.   1067.               381511.   1109.
   381470.   1068.               381512.   1110.
   381471.   1069.               381513.   1111.
   381472.   1070.               381514.   1112.
   381473.   1071.               381515.   1113.
   381474.   1072.               381516.   1114.
   381475.   1073.               381517.   1115.
   381476.   1074.               381518.   1116.
   381477.   1075.               381519.   1118.
   381478.   1076.               381520.   1119.
   381479.   1077.               381521.   1120.
   381480.   1078.               381522.   1121.
   381481.   1079.               381523.   1122.
   381482.   1080.               381524.   1123.
   381483.   1081.               381525.   1124.
   381484.   1082.               381526.   1125.
   381485.   1083.               381527.   1126.
   381486.   1084.               381528.   1127.
   381487.   1085.               381529.   1128.
   381488.   1086.               381530.   1129.
   381489.   1087.               381531.   1130.
   381490.   1088.               381532.   1131.
   381491.   1089.               381533.   1132.
   381492.   1090.               381534.   1133.
   381493.   1091.               381535.   1134.
   381494.   1092.               381536.   1135.
   381495.   1093.               381537.   1136.
   381496.   1094.               381538.   1137.
   381497.   1095.               381539.   1138.
   381498.   1096.               381540.   1139.
   381499.   1097.               381541.   1140.
   381500.   1098.               381542.   1141.
   381501.   1099.               381543.   1142.
   381502.   1100.               381544.   1143.
   381503.   1101.               381545.   1145.
   381504.   1102.               381546.   1146.
   381505.   1103.               381547.   1160.
   381506.   1104.               381548.   1161.
   381507.   1105.               381549.   1162.
138                      PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

381438 t o ,381615—Continued
 381438 to 381607—Continued
   381550. 1163.                          381580.   1197.
   381551. 1164.                          381581.   1198.
   381552. 1165.                          381582.   1199.
   381553. 1166.                          381583.   1200.
   381554. 1167.                          381584.   1201.
   381555. 1168.                          381585.   1202.
   381556. 1169.                          381586.   1203.
   381557. 1170.                          381587.   1204.
   381558. 1171.                          381588.   1205.
   381559. 1172.                          381589.   1206.
   381560. 1173.                          381590.   1207.
   381561. 1174.                          381591.   1208.
   381562. 1175.                          381592.   1209.
   381563. 1176.                          381593.   1210.
   381564. 1177.                          381594.   1211.
   381565. 1178.                          381595.   1212.
   381566. 1179.                          381596.   1213.
   381567. 1180.                          381597.   1214.
   381568. 1181.                          381598.   1215.
   381569. 1182.                          381599.   1216.
   381570. 1183.                          381600.   Mahabad.
   381571. 1184.                          381601.   Chalus road.
   381572. 1185.                          381602.   Damavand A.
   381573. 1186.                          381603.   Damavand B.
   381574. 1187.                          381604.   Marivan.
   381575. 1188.                          381605.   Fifty-one km. north of
   381576. 1193.                                    Marivan.
   381577. 1194.                          381606.   Eighty-one km. north of
   381578. 1195.                                    Marivan.
   381579. 1196.                          381607.   Baneh road.
 381608 to 381611. PAPAVER ORIENTALE L.                         Oriental poppy.
   381608. 747-749. Bulk sample.
   381609. 959-979. Bulk sample.
   381610. 1003-1009. Bulk sample.
   381611. Lalezari.
 381612 to 381615. PAPAVER PSEUDO-ORIENTALE Medvedev.
   381612. 1017-1024. Bulk sample.
   381613. 1025-1035. Bulk sample.
   381614. 1189-1192. Bulk sample.
   381615. 1017.
381616 to 381618.       GOSSYPIUM BARBADENSE L.               Malvaceae.
                                                           Sea-island cotton.
From Venezuela.      Seed presented by Office of Agricultural Attache, American
                    JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                           139
381616 to 381618—Continued
    Embassy, Caracas     through H. G. Porter, Foreign Agricultural Service,
    Washington, D. C.     Received July 19, 1973.
  381616. 'Geizza 45'.    ('Giza 45').
  381617. 'Geizza 66'.    ('Giza 66').
  381618. 'Menoufi'.
381619. GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM L. M a l v a c e a e . Upland cotton.
From India. Seed presented by E. P. Madhavan Nair, Kerala, India through U.
    Ramankutty, Woodside, New York. Received July 19, 1973.
  'Nair'. Green seed.
381620 and 381621.       GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM L.              Malvaceae.
                                                               Upland cotton.
From El Salvador. Seed presented by Office of Agricultural Attache, American
    Embassy, San Salvador through H. G. Porter, Foreign Agricultural Service,
    Washington, D. C. Received July 19, 1973.
  381620. 'ADD/1'.
  381621. 'Copal 68'.
381622.    ARACHIS     HYPOGAEA L.         Leguminosae.                Peanut.
From Honduras. Seed presented by Julio Romero, Division of Tropical
    Research, Tela Railroad Company, La Lima, Cortez. Received June 14,
    1973.
  'Tarapoto'. Exact origin not certain. Received via Nicaragua. Rust
resistant, late maturing, and somewhat tolerant to Cercospera leafspot under
local tests. May be closely related to P.I. 259747.
381623 to 381625.      ASPARAGUS OFFICINALIS L.            Liliaceae.
                                                          Garden asparagus.
From Italy. Seed presented by Ansaloni Seed Company, Bologna.          Received
    August 14, 1973.
  381623. 'Colossal di Connover'. Imported from England.
  381624. 'Precoce D'Argenteuil'.
  381625. 'Tardivo D'Argenteuil'.
381626.    CAPSICUM ANNUUM          L.    Solanaceae.                Pimento.
From Mexico. Seed collected by Eduardo Alvarez, Papantla, Vera Cruz. Re-
    ceived July 18, 1973.
  Wild plant with local name Chiltipen. Reported high level of resistance to
tobacco etch virus.
381627.    WEIGELA FLORIDA         (Bunge) A. DC.         Caprifoliaceae.
From United States. Seedling selected by J. L. Weigle and A. R. Beck,
    Department of Horticulture, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. Received
    July 24, 1973.
  'Pink Princess'. Bush of moderate vigor, 1.5 m. by 1.5 m. in Iowa. Open
appearance, unbranched except for short side shoots, stems red when young.
Leaves medium large, sometimes becoming purple in the fall. Flowers bright
pink (near lilac on RHS color chart) produced in late spring, secondary flowering
in July-August on side-branch growths.
140                    PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

381628. HELICONIA s p .       Musaceae.
From Costa Rica. Plants presented by Claude Hope, Cartago.       Received July
   31, 1973.
  Dwarf species with orange-yellow inflorescence.

381629.    SETARIA ANCEPS Stapf           Gramineae.
From United States. Seed presented by National Plant Materials Center, Soil
    Conservation Service, Beltsville, Maryland. Received July 10, 1973.
  BN-21215-71. Contaminant from P.I. 364695 originally received from Plant
Introduction Station, Glenn Dale, Maryland.
381630. DACTYLISGLOMERATA L. G r a m i n e a e .               Orchardgrass.
From Sweden. Seed presented by G. Julen, Swedish Seed Association,
     Svalof. Received August 10, 1973.
  'Frode'. Released in 1953. Selected from Central Sweden ecotypes. Typi-
cal hay type, leafy, late heading. Rapid spring development, high yielding, good
recovery and winter hardiness.
381631. CAREX KOBOMUGI Ohwi           Cyperaceae.
From Japan. Seed presented by Shigeyuki Tanaka, Faculty of Agriculture,
   Kyushu, University, Hakozaki. Received August 13, 1973.

381632 to 381655.     BETA VULGARIS L.           Chenopodiaceae.
                                                             Sugarbeet.
From Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seed presented by N. I. Vavilov
    Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received June 12, 1973.
  381632. 'Belotserkovsk polyhybrid 2\ Trostyanets Seed Farm, Trostyanets,
    Sumsk Oblast, The Ukraine. From Salivonkovsk.
  381633. 'BTs polyhybrid 1'. Trostyanets Seed Farm, Trostyanets, Sumsk
    Oblast, The Ukraine.
  381634. 'Kirgizian polyhybrid 18*. Trostyanets Seed Farm, Trostyanets,
    Sumsk Oblast, The Ukraine. From Kirgisian Experiment Station.
  381635. 'Kubanian polyhybrid 9'. Trostyanets Seed Farm, Trostyanets,
    Sumsk Oblast, The Ukraine. From Urupsk Sovkhog.
  381636. 'L'govsk 078'. L'gov Experiment Breeding Station, L'gov. Indi-
    vidual group selection.
  381637. 'Mezhotnensk 070*. Mezhotnensk Breeding Station, Bausk region,
    Latvia. Individual group selection.
  381638. 'Mezhotnensk 080*. Mezhotnensk Breeding Station, Bausk region,
    Latvia.
  381639. 'Mezhotnensk 104'. Mezhotnensk Breeding Station, Bausk region,
    Latvia.
  381640. 'Pervomaisk 028'. Korenovsk Elite Seed Sovhoz, Korenovske, Kras-
    nodar krai.
  381641. 'Pervomaisk polyhybrid 10'. Trostyanetsk Seed Farm, Sumsk
    Oblast, The Ukraine. From "Kaukasus" Sovkoz.
  381642. 'Ramonsk 06'. Ozernoc, Kievsk Oblast. From All-Soviet Scientific
    Research Institute for Sugar Beet and Sugar.
  381643. 'Ramonsk 09'. All-Soviet Scientific Research Institute for Sugar
    Beet and Sugar, Voronezk Oblast.
                  JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                        141

381632 to 381655—Continued
 381644. 'Ramonsk 023*. All-Soviet Scientific Research Institute for Sugar
   Beet and Sugar, Ramon, Voronezk Oblast. Cultivar developed locally.
 381645. 'Ramonsk 036\ Petrovskii Breeding Station, Dobrinka, Lipetsk
   Oblast, Dobrinsk region. From All-Soviet Scientific Research Institute for
   Sugar Beet and Sugar. Individual group selection.
 381646. 'Ramonsk 065'. Petrovskii Breeding Station, Dobrinka, Lipetsk
   Oblast, Dobrinsk region. From All-Soviet Scientific Research Institute for
   Sugar Beet and Sugar. Individual group selection.
 381647. 'Ramonsk 100'. Lenin Elite Seed Farm, Tambov Oblast, Mordovsk
   region. From All-Soviet Scientific Research Institute for Sugar Beet and
   Sugar.
 381648. 'Uladovsk 096'. Kordelevsk Breeding Station, Vinnitsk Oblast,
   Kalinovsk region, The Ukraine. From Uladova Livestock Breeding Station.
 381649. 'Uladovsk 752'. Uladova-Lyulinetsk Breeding Station, Zhovteve,
   Vinnitsk Oblast, Kalinovsk region, The Ukraine.
 381650. 'Verkhnyachsk 031'. Salivonkovsk Elite Seed Farm, Grebenk, Kiev
   Oblast, The Ukraine.
 381651. 'Verkhnyachsk 072'. Verkhnyachsk Experiment Station, Cher-
   kassk Oblast. Developed by individual selection and hybridization.
 381652. 'Verkhnyansk 098'. Verkhnyachsk Experiment Station, Kris-
   tinovka "Dubinka", Cherkassk Oblast.
 381653. 'Vladvosk 20'. Kordelevsk Breeding Station, Vinnitsk Oblast, Kali-
   novsk region, The Ukraine.      From Ulad-Lyulin Experiment Station in
   1971. Individual group selection in combination with mass selection.
 381654. 'Vnisovsk polyhybrid 5'. Trostyanetsk Seed Farm, Trostyanets,
   Sumsk Oblast, The Ukraine.
 381655. 'Yaltushkovsk'. Yaltush Breeding Station, Ozernoe, Krevsh Oblast,
   Belotserkovsk Region.

381656 to 381685.    GLYCINE MAX (L.) Merr.           Leguminosae.
                                                              Soybean.
From Uganda. Seed presented 1970 by P. Rubaihayo, Makerere University,
    Kampala through T. Hymowitz, Agronomy Department, University of
    Illinois , Urbana. Received July 30, 1973.
  381656. 3H55F4/9/1. Maturity group V.
  381657. 3H55F4/9/2. Maturity group VIII.
  381658. 3H55F4/9/3. Frosted.
  381659. Bukalasa 2. Maturity group V.
  381660. Bukalasa 4., Maturity group VII.
  381661. Bukalasa 6., Maturity group VIII.
  381662. Hernon 49. Maturity group V.
  381663. Kakira 1. Maturity group V.
  381664. Kakira 7. Maturity group V.
  381665. Kakira 8. Maturity group V.
  381666. Kakira 9. Maturity group V.
  381667. Kakira 10. Maturity group V.
  381668. Kakira 13. Maturity group V.
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381656 to 381685—Continued
 381669.   Kakira 16. Maturity group V.
 381670.   Kakira 18. Maturity group V.
 381671.   Kawanda 5. Maturity group V.
 381672.   Kawanda 7. Maturity group VII.
 381673.   Kawanda 9. Maturity group V.
 381674.   Kawanda 11. Maturity group V.
 381675.   Kawanda 12. Maturity group V.
 381676.   Kawanda 14. Maturity group V.
 381677.   Kawanda 16. Maturity group V.
 381678.   Kawanda 18. Maturity group V.
 381679.   Kawanda 20. Maturity group VI.
 381680.   S7. Maturity group VII.
 381681.   S21. Maturity group VII.
 381682.   S25. Maturity group VII.
 381683.   S36. Maturity group VI.
 381684.   S38. Maturity group V.
 381685.   XB/1. Maturity group V.

381686 and 381687.
From France. Seed presented by Station de Botanique et cle Pathologie
  Vegetale, Villa 'Thuret', Antibes. Received August 13, 1973.
 381686. ALBIZIA LOPHANTHA (Willd.) Benth. Leguminosae.
 381687.   ALBIZIA POLYPHYLLA Fourn.

381688 to 381913.
From India. Seed presented by B. P. Chakravarti, Department of Pathology,
    University of Udaipur, Rajasthan State under Public Law 480 Project
    A7-CR-248. Received August 16, 1973.
  381688 to 381693. BENINCASA HISPIDA (Thunb.) Cogn. Cucurbitaceae.
                                                                Waxgourd.
    381688. A-1.                        381691. A-4.
    381689. A-2.                        381692. A-6.
    381690. A-3.                        381693. A-8.
  381694 to 381741. ClTRULLUS LANATUS (Thunb.) Matsum. & Nakai Cucur-
    bitaceae                                                  Watermelon.
    381694. Wm-1.             381702. Wm-9.              381710. Wm-20.
    381695. Wm-2.             381703. Wm-10.             381711. Wm-21.
    381696. Wm-3.             381704. Wm-11.             381712. Wm-22.
    381697. Wm-4.             381705. Wm-12.             381713. Wm-23.
    381698. Wm-5.             381706. Wm-14.             381714. Wm-24.
    381699. Wm-6.             381707. Wm-15.             381715. Wm-25.
    381700. Wm-7.             381708. Wm-18.             381716. Wm-26.
    381701. Wm-8.             381709. Wm-19.             381717. Wm-27.
                      JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                     143

381688 to 381913—Continued
 381694 to 381741—Continued
   381718.   Wm-28.              381726.   Wm-38.        381734. Wm-48.
   381719.   Wm-29.              381727.   Wm-39.        381735. Wm-49.
   381720.   Wm-30.              381728.   Wm-40.        381736. Wm-50.
   381721.   Wm-31.              381729.   Wm-41.        381737. Wm-51.
   381722.   Wm-32.              381730.   Wm-42.        381738. Wm-52.
   381723.   Wm-35.              381731.   Wm-43.        381739. Wm-53.
   381724.   Wm-36.              381732.   Wm-44.        381740. Wm-54.
   381725.   Wm-37.                    Wm47.
                                 381733.                 381741. Wm-56.
 381742 to 381755  ClTRULLUS LANATUS (Thunb.) Matsum. & Nakai
                                                             Watermelon.
   381742.   Ro-1.            381747. Ro-8.              381752. Ro-17.
   381743.   Ro-2.            381748. Ro-10.             381753. Ro-19.
   381744    Ro-4.            381749. Ro-12.             381754. Ro-20.
   381745.   Ro-5.             381750. Ro-13.            381755. Ro-21.
   381746. Ro-6.              381751. Ro-16.
 381756 t o 381780    CUCUMIS MELO L.   Cucurbit ace ae.
                                                                   Muskmelon.
   381756.   Mm-1.               381765.   Mm-12.             381774. Mm-24.
   381757.   Mm-3.               381766.   Mm-13.             381775. Mm-25.
   381758.   Mm-4.               381767.   Mm-14.             381776. Mm-30.
   381759.   Mm-5.               381768.   Mm-15.             381777. Mm-33.
   381760.   Mm-6.               381769.   Mm-16.             381778. Mm-36.
   381761.   Mm-7.               381770.   Mm-17.             381779. Mm-37.
   381762.   Mm-8.               381771.   Mm-19.             381780. Mm-38.
   381763.   Mm-9.               381772.   Mm-21.
   381764.   Mm-11.              381773.   Mm-23.
 381781 to 381803.    CUCUMIS MELO L.                              Muskmelon.
   381781.   Sm-1.               381789.  Sm-9.               381797. Sm-18.
   381782.   Sm-2.               381790.  Sm-10.              381798. Sm-19.
   381783.   Sm-3.               381791.  Sm-11.              381799. Sm-20.
   381784.   Sm-4.               381792.  Sm-12.              381800. Sm-21.
   381785.   Sm-5.               381793.  Sm-13.              381801. Sm-22.
   381786.   Sm-6.               381794.  Sm-14.              381802. Sm-23.
   381787.   Sm-7.               381795.  Sm-15.              381803. Sm-24.
   381788.   Sm-8.               381796.  Sm-16.
 381804 t o 381820.   CUCURBITA MOSCHAT^L Duchesne ex Poir.   Cucurbitaceae.
                                                                      Cushaw.
   381804.   P-l.                381806.   P-3.               381808. P-5.
   381805.   P-2.                381807.   P-4.               381809. P-6.
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381688 to 381913—Continued
 381804 to 381820—Continued
   381810. P-7.                         381814. P-15.                    381818. P-22.
   381811. P-9.                         381815. P-16.                    381819. P-23.
   381812. P-ll.                        381816. P-18.                    381820. P-25.
   381813. P-13.                        381817. P-20.
 381821 to 381855. LAGENARIA SICERARU i (Mol.) Standl. Cucurbitaceae.
   381821. Bo-1.                        381833. Bo-14.                   381845. Bo-29.
   381822. Bo-2.                        381834. Bo-15.                   381846. Bo-31.
   381823. Bo-3.                        381835. Bo-16.                   381847. Bo-32.
   381824. Bo-4.                        381836. Bo-17.                   381848. Bo-33.
   381825. Bo-5.                        381837. Bo-18.                   381849. Bo-34.
   381826. Bo-6.                        381838. Bo-19.                   381850. Bo-35.
   381827. Bo-7.                        381839.       Bo-20.             381851. Bo-36.
   381828. Bo-8.                        381840. Bo-21.                   381852. Bo-37.
   381829. Bo-9.                        381841. Bo-22.                   381853. Bo-38.
   381830. Bo-11.                       381842.       Bo-24.             381854. Bo-40.
   381831. Bo-12.                        381843. Bo-27.                  381855. Bo-42.
   381832. Bo-13.                       381844. Bo-28.
 381856 to 381868. L U F F A A C U T A N G U L A (L.) Roxb. Cucurbitaceae.
                                                                     Singkwa towelgourd
   381856. Ri-2.                        381861. Ri-9.                    381866. Ri-15.
   381857. Ri-3.                        381862. Ri-10.                   381867. Ri-16.
   381858. Ri-5.                        381863. Ri-11.                   381868. Ri-18.
   381859. Ri-6.                        381864. Ri-13.
   381860. Ri-7.                        381865. Ri-14.
 381869 to 381900.  L U F F A C Y L I N D R I C A (L.) Roemer
                                                                     Suakwa towelgourd.
   381869. Sp-1.                         381880. Sp-12.                  381891. Sp-23.
   381870. Sp-2.                         381881. Sp-13.                  381892. Sp-24.
   381871. Sp-3.                         381882. Sp-14.                  381893. Sp-26.
   381872. Sp-4.                         381883. Sp-15.                  381894. Sp-27.
   381873. Sp-5.                         381884. Sp-16.                  381895. Sp-28.
   381874. Sp-6.                         381885. Si>-17.                 381896. Sp-29.
   381875. Sp-7.                         381886. Sp-18.                  381897. Sp-30.
   381876. Sp-8.                         381887. Sp-19.                   381898. Sp-31.
   381877. Sp-9.                         381888. Sp-20.                   381899. Sp-32.
   381878. Sp-10.                        381889. Sp-21.                   381900. Sp-33.
   381879. Sp-11.                        381890. Sp-22.
 381901 to 381911. M O M O R D I C A C H A R A N T I A L. Cucurbitaceae.
                                                                             Balsam pear.
   381901. Bi-1.                         381905. Bi-5.                    381909. Bi-11.
   381902. Bi-2.                         381906. Bi-6.                    381910. Bi-12.
   381903. Bi-3.                         381907. Bi-9.                    381911. Bi-16.
   381904. Bi-4.                         381908. Bi-10.
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381688 to 381913—Continued
  381912 and 381913.    TRICHOSANTHES ANGUINA L.   Cucurbitaceae. Snakegourd.
    381912. S-2.
    381913. S-5.

381914 to 381926.
From Canada. Seed presented by Central Office, Plant Gene Resources, Ottawa
    search Station, Ottawa. Received August 21, 1973.
  381914. ASTRAGALUS FALCATUS Lam Leguminosae.                     Milkvetch.
    CIN 2033. Rostov, Soviet Union.
  381915 and 381916. DACTYLIS GLOMERATA L. Gramineae.           Orchardgrass.
    381915. CIN 839. Novosibirsk, Soviet Union.
    381916. CIN 887. Vosberod, Soviet Union.
  381917 and 381918. LATHYRUS SYLVESTRIS L. Leguminosae.         Flat peavine.
    381917. CIN 1975. Brussels, Belgium.
    381918. Gatineau Park, Quebec.
  381919 and 381920. MEDICAGO FALCATA L. Leguminosae.
                                                      Yellow-flowered alfalfa.
    381919. CIN 1923. Muenster, Germany.
    381920. CIN 1947. London University, England.
 381921.   MEDICAGO HEMICYCLA Grossh.
   CIN 6516. Leningrad, Soviet Union.
 381922 to 381924. MEDICAGO SATIVA L.                                  Alfalfa.
   381922. CIN 1925. Oslo, Norway.
   381923. CIN 1954. Strasbourg, France.
   381924. CIN 1956. University of Birmingham, England.
 381925 and 381926. PHLEUM PRATENSE L. Gramineae.                    Timothy.
   381925. CIN 848. Meunster, Germany.
   381926. CIN 876. Angers, France.
381927 to 381931.        ARUNDINELLA NEPALENSIS Trin.
  Gramineae.
From India. Seed presented by Division of Plant Introduction, Indian
    Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi. Received August 21, 1973.
  381927. PLZ 878. Simla.               381930. PLZ 997. Simla.
  381928. PLZ 933. Simla.               381931. PLZ 1056. Simla.
  381929. PLZ 936. Simla.

381932 and 381933.      LACTUCA SATIVA L. Compositae. Lettuce.
From France. Seed presented by Director, Station Centrale de Genetique et
    D'Amelioration des Plantes, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique,
    Versailles. Received August 16, 1973.
 381932. Ga l-9-l-2a. S4 generation seed of 'Gallega de Invierno' originally
    from Argentina. Resistant to transmission of common mosaic virus
    through seed. Large, black seed. Sister line of P.I. 381933.
  381933. Ga l-9-l-2b. S4 generation seed of 'Gallega de Invierno' originally
    from Argentina. Resistant to transmission of common mosaic virus
    through seed. Large, black seed. Sister line of P.I. 381932.
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381934.   ASPARAGUS OFFICINALIS         L.   Liliaceae.
                                                    Garden asparagus.
From United States. Seed presented by Stokes Seed Company, Buffalo, New
    York. Received August 23, 1973.
  'Viking'. Mary Washington Improved.
381935 to 381937.    LACTUCA SATIVA L.         Compositae.        Lettuce.
From Netherlands. Seed presented by Institute for Horticultural Plant
    Breeding, Wageningen. Received August 21, 1973.
 381935. 'Grosse Blonde d'Hiver Bourgianonne'. Lot No. 67056. Resistant
    to downy mildew.
  381936. 'Meikoningin'. Lot No. 70233. Resistant to downy mildew.
  381937. 'Proeftuins Blackpool'. Lot No. 72119. Resistant to downy mildew.

381938.   ASPARAGUS OFFICINALIS         L.    Liliaceae.
                                                     Garden asparagus.
From Denmark. Seed presented by J. E. Ohlsens Enke, Copenhagen.    Received
    August 23, 1973.
  'Danish Giant'.

381939 to 381945.     ORYZA SATIVA L. Gramineae.                    Rice.
From Philippines. Seed presented by W. R. Coffman, International Rice
    Research Institute, Los Banos, Laguna. Received August 15, 1973.
  381939. IR1552-80-2-2-3, IR160-25-l-l/Crosa 2.
  381940. IR1702-158-3, IR24/Ptb 18.
  381941. IR1704-3-2-3, IR24VO. nivara.
  381942. IR1721-11-6-8-3-2, IR243/O. nivara.
  381943. IR1737-19-7^3, IR24W. nivara.
  381944. IR1917-3-19-2, IR20W. nivara.
  381945. IR2044-409, IR480-5-9-3/L4.

381946 to 381948.    GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM L.            Malvaceae.
                                                         Upland cotton.
From Argentina. Seed presented by Manuel Gutierrez, Director, Estacion
    Experimental Agropecuaria, Chaco. Received September 4, 1973.
  381946. 'La Banda 6859'. Longer cotton in irrigated area.
  381947. 'Saenz Pena 5106'. Resistant to Xanthomonas           malvacearum-
    Fu8arium-nemsitode complex.
  381948. 'Toba 8340'. Good yield and fiber quality in rain cotton area.

381949 to 382074.    TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.           Gramineae.
                                                       Common wheat.
From Iran. Seed collected from fields near Dehloran by V. E. Wilson,
    Development and Resources Corporation, Andimeshk. Received May 2,
    1973.
  381949. Wilson 1.                  381954. Wilson 6.
 381950. Wilson 2.                   381955. Wilson 7.
 381951. Wilson 3.                   381956. Wilson 8.
  381952. Wilson 4.                  381957. Wilson 9.
  381953. Wilson 5.                  381958. Wilson 10.
                  JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31,1973           147

381949 to 382074—Continued
 381959.  Wilson 11.              382003.   Wilson 80.
 381960.  Wilson 12.              382004.   Wilson 81.
  381961. Wilson 13.              382005.   Wilson 82.
  381962. Wilson 14.              382006.   Wilson 83.
  381963. Wilson 15.              382007.   Wilson 84.
 381964. Wilson 16.               382008.   Wilson 85.
 381965. Wilson 17.               382009.   Wilson 86.
 381966. Wilson 18.               382010.   Wilson 87.
 381967. Wilson 19.               382011.   Wilson 88.
 381968. Wilson 20.               382012.   Wilson 89.
 381969. Wilson 21.               382013.   Wilson 90.
 381970. Wilson 22.               382014.   Wilson 91.
 381971. Wilson 23.               382015.   Wilson 92.
 381972. Wilson 24.               382016.   Wilson 93.
 381973. Wilson 25.               382017.   Wilson 94.
 381974. Wilson 26.               382018.   Wilson 95.
 381975. Wilson 27.               382019.   Wilson 96.
 381976. Wilson 28.               382020.   Wilson 97.
 381977. Wilson 29.               382021.   Wilson 98.
 381978. Wilson 30.               382022.   Wilson 99.
 381979. Wilson 31.               382023.   Wilson 100.
 381980. Wilson 32.               382024.   Wilson 101.
 381981. Wilson 33.               382025.   Wilson 102.
 381982. Wilson 34.               382026.   Wilson 103.
 381983. Wilson 35.               382027.   Wilson 104.
 381984. Wilson 36.               382028.   Wilson 105.
 381985. Wilson 37.               382029.   Wilson 106.
 381986. Wilson 38.               382030.   Wilson 107.
 381987. Wilson 51.               382031.   Wilson 108.
 381988. Wilson 52.               382032.   Wilson 109.
 381989. Wilson 53.               382033.   Wilson 110.
 381990. Wilson 57.               382034.   Wilson 111.
 381991. Wilson 58.               382035.   Wilson 112.
 381992. Wilson 59.               382036.   Wilson 113.
 381993. Wilson 60.               382037.   Wilson 114.
 381994. Wilson 71.               382038.   Wilson 115.
 381995. Wilson 72.               382039.   Wilson 116.
 381996. Wilson 73.               382040.   Wilson 117.
 381997. Wilson 74.               382041.   Wilson 118.
 381998. Wilson 75.               382042.   Wilson 119.
 381999. Wilson 76.               382043.   Wilson 120m
 382000. Wilson 77.               382044.   Wilson 121.
 382001. Wilson 78.               382045.   Wilson 122.
 382002. Wilson 79.               382046.   Wilson 123.
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381949 to 382074—Continued
 382047.   Wilson   124.                382062.   Wilson 139.
 382048.   Wilson   125.                382063.   Wilson 140.
 382049.   Wilson   126.                382064.   Wilson 141.
 382050.   Wilson   127.                382065.   Wilson 142.
 382051.   Wilson   128.                382066.   Wilson 143.
 382052.   Wilson   129.                382067.   Wilson 144.
 382053.   Wilson   130.                382068.   Wilson 145.
 382054.   Wilson   131.                382069.   Wilson 146.
 382055.   Wilson   132.                382070.   Wilson 147.
 382056.   Wilson   133.                382071.   Wilson 148.
 382057.   Wilson   134.                382072.   Wilson 149.
 382058.   Wilson   135.                382073.   Wilson 150.
 382059.   Wilson   136.                382074.   Wilson bulk sample. Na-
 382060.   Wilson   137.                          tive village near Dezful.
 382061.   Wilson   138.
382075 to 382138. ViGNA UNGUICULATA (L.) Walp.
  Leguminosae.                                                    Cowpea.
From Nigeria. Seed presented by J. D. Franckowiak, Faculty of Agriculture,
    University of Ife, Ile-Ife. Received August 24, 1973.
  382075. 'Ace 6039*.
  382076. 'BPL-1'.
 382077. 'Bauchi'.
 382078. 'Blue Spot-2'.
 382079. * Brown Spot'.
 382080. 'Dan-Kaso'.
 382081. 'Farin Kankanin A'.
 382082. 'Farin Kankanin F\
 382083. 'Forty Days Chad'.
 382084. 'Gray Spot-2'.
 382085. 'Ibadan-2'.
 383086. 'Jos Kasuwa'.
 382087. 'Kafinsoli Local'.
 382088. 'Kano Blue'.
 382089. 'Kano Market'.
 382090. 'Kano Market B'.
 382091. 'Kasaido'.
 382092. 'Late Kabba-Fi'.
 382093. 'Late Kabba-F2\
 382094. 'Local White'. Third cycle.
 382095. 'Local White Iwo'.
 382096. 'Local Brown'.
 382097. 'Mala'.
 382098. 'Nkrumak'.
 382099. 'Nigeria A 101'.
                    JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                    149

382075 to 382138—Continued
 382100. 'Sa Baba Sata'.
 382101. 'Saka Baba Sata A3\
 382102. 'We 6178'.
 382103. 'We Bliss'.
 382104. II-V-4-1.
 328105. 68/1.
 382106.   68/2.
 382107.    588/2.
 382108.    599/1-1.
 382109.    'BPL-3-1'. 'Producer' x 'Late Kabba-F".
 382110.    BPL-4. 'Producer' x 'Late Kabba-F 2 '.
 382111.    HI o/c-1. 'Kafinosoli Brown' x 'New Era' x II-V-5-6.
 382112.    H12-2. C12-13-l2x 'Mississippi Silver'.
 382113.    H27-1-2. C21-17 x II-V-5-6.
 382114.    H27-8. C21-17 x II-V-5-6.
 382115.    H38-3. 'Mississippi Silver' x 'Local Brown'.
 382116.    H44-2. 'Dixielee 267 o/c' x C2O-41.
 382117.    H44-5. 'Dixielee 267 o/c' x C20-41.
 382118.    H44-7. 'Dixielee 267 o/c' x C2O-41.
 382119.    H45-2. C2O-41 x 'Dixielee 267 o/c'.
 382120.    H50-1. 'Late Kabba-F 2 ' x 'Mississippi Silver'.
 382121.    H51-1. 'Late Kabba-F 2 ' x 'Dixielee'.
 382122.    H53-1. 'Local White MP' x II-V-5-6.
 382123.    H62-1-1. 'Alabunch' x C20-41.
 382124.    H64-8. 'Arlington' x C20-41.
 382125.    H79-1. C12-13 x Mak I/I.
 382126.    H82-1. 'Mississippi Silver' x 'Mala'.
 382127.    H94-1. C20-41-2 x II-V-5-6.
 382128.    H113-2-1. C20-41-2 x 'Mississippi Silver' x II-V-6.
 382129.    H113-4. C20-41-2 x 'Mississippi Silver' x II-V-5-6.
 382130.    H114-3. C20-41-2 x 'Mississippi Silver'.
 382131.    H121-1. C12-13-1 x C20-41 x II-V-5-6.
 382132.    H124-1. C20-41 x Mak I/I x C20-55.
 382133.    H128-1. 'Climax' x 'Local Brown' x C20-41 x II-V-5-6.
 382134.    H144-1. 'Late Kabba-F/ x C2O-41 x Mak I/I.
 382135.    H144-4. 'Late Kabba-F/ x C2(M1 x Mak I/I.
 382136.    H178-1. 'We Bliss' x 'Dixielee 267 o/c' x C20-41.
 382137.    H29&-1. H44-2 x 599/1.
 382138.    H299-2. H44-2 x 599/1.
382139. PENNISETUM TYPHOIDES (Burm.) Stapf & C. E. Hubb.
  Gramineae.                                 Pearl millet.
From Australia. Seed presented by Genetic Resources Section, Division of
   Plant Industry, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organi-
   zation, Canberra. Received August 8, 1973.
150                   PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

38213ft—Continued
 C 1346. 'Katherine Pearl'. Research Station, Division of Tropical Agron-
omy, Katherine, Northern Territory.

382140 to 382172.    TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.           Gramineae.
                                                       Common wheat.
From Brazil. Seed presented by Eduardo A. Osorio, Universidade Federal de
    Pelotas, Pelotas, Rio Grande do Sul. Received September 12, 1973.
  382140. 'Abura' 2567. Resistant to Gibberella zeae.
  382141. 'Carala' 6914. Resistant to Septoria nodorum.
  382142. 'C 33' 2579. 'Veranopolis' x 'IAS 45'. Resistant to Septoria
    nodorum.
  382143. 'Cinquentenario'. ('Timstein'/'Trintecinco' x 'Egypt') x 'NA 101'.
  382144. 'Encruzilhada'. 'Fortaleza' x 'Kenya Farmer'. Resistant to Gib-
    berella zeae.
  382145. 'Gluyas Early' 14346. Resistant to Septoria nodorum.
  382146. 'IAS 57'. 'IAS 20' x 'IAS 46'. Resistant to Septoria nodorum.
  382147. 'IAS 58'. 'IAS 46' x 'Cotipora'. Resistant to Gibberella zeae and
    Septoria nodorum.
  382148. 'IAS 59'. 'IAS 31' x 'Norin 36'. Resistant to Gibberella zeae and
    Septoria nodorum.
  382149. 'IAS 60'. 'IAS 20' x 'IAS 46'. Resistant to Septoria nodorum.
  382150. 'Inayama' 14430. Resistant to Giberella zeae.
  382151. 'Klein Atlas' 14449. Resistant to Septoria nodorum.
  382152. 'Minami Kyuchu 69' 2570. Resistant to Gibberella zeae.
  382153. 'Nobeoka Bozu' 6918. Resistant to Gibberella zeae.
  382154. 'Nyu Bay' 6919. Resistant to Gibberella zeae.
  382155. 'Pel 13737-68'. 'IAS 20R' x 'IAS 20R'. Resistant to Septoria
    nodorum.
  382156. 'Pel 20001-70'. II-19025-100M-103Y-100C-100C. 'Tezanos Pintos
    Precoz' x 'Andes 64'. Resistant to Septoria nodorum.
  382157. 'PF 7064' 2574. Resistant to Gibberella zeae.
  382158. 'PF 7082' 2575. 'IAS 50' x 'ND 81'. Resistant to Gibberella zeae.
  382159. 'S 40'. 'Girua Purplestraw'. Resistant to Septoria nodorum.
  382160. 'S 45'. 'Girua Purplestraw'. Resistant to Gibberella zeae.
  382161. 'Tokai 66' 14148. Resistant to Gibberella zeae.
  382162. '16-52-3' 14179. 'Red Hart' x 'PG1'. Resistant to Septoria
    nodorum.
  382163. '16-52-4' 14180. 'Red Hart' x 'PG1'. Resistant to Septoria
    nodorum.
  382164. '16-52-5' 14181. 'Red Hart' x 'PG1'. Resistant to Septoria
    nodorum.
  382165. '16-52-6' 14182. 'Red Hart' x 'PG1'. Resistant to Septoria
    nodorum.
  382166. '1&-52-8' 14183. 'Red Hart' x 'PG1'. Resistant to Septoria
    nodorum.
  382167. '16-52-9' 14184. 'Red Hart' x 'PG1'. Resistant to Septoria
    nodorum.
                  JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                        151
382140 to 382172—Continued
  382168. '16-52-10' 14185. 'Red   Hart' x TGI'.     Resistant to Septoria
    nodorum.
  382169. '16-52-15' 14186. 'Red   Hart' x 'PG1'.    Resistant to Septoria
    nodorum,
  382170. '1&-52-17' 14187. 'Red   Hart' x TGI'.     Resistant to Septoria
    nodorum.
  382171. '16-52-19' 14189. 'Red   Hart' x 'PG1'.    Resistant to Septoria
    nodorum.
  382172. '16-52-24' 14190. 'Red   Hart' x 'PG1'.    Resistant to Septoria
    nodorum.
382173 to 382178. VOANDZEIA SUBTERRANEA Thou,                            ex
  DC. L e g u m i n o s a e .
From Ghana. Seed presented by H. L. 0. Holloway, Crops
    Research Institute, Bunso. Received September 10, 1973.
  382173. No. 1. Seed dark red, medium large.
  382174. No. 3. Seed opaque amber, small.
  382175. No. 4. Seed dark red, medium large.
  382176. No. 18. Seed dark red with yellow striped splotches, medium small.
  382177. No. 65. Similar to P.I. 382176.
  382178. No. 72. Seed light tan with light purplish color around hilum,
    medium small.
382179. SANICULA EUROPAEA L.            Umbelliferae.
From France. Seed presented by Director, Jardin Botanique de l'University
   Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg. Received September 13,1973.
382180.   FESTUCA ARUNDINACEA Schreb. Gramineae.
                                                               Tall fescue.
From Greece. Seed presented by Director, Institute of Animal
   Breeding and Nutrition, Yannitsa. Received August 29, 1973.
382181.   GLYCINE MAX      (L.) Merr.     Leguminosae.           Soybean.
From Vietnam. Seed presented by Carl Hittle, Department of Agronomy, Uni-
    versity of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois. Received August 10, 1973.
  'Vietnam No. 29'. Harvested from experimental plots, An Giang Research
Station, Mekong Delta. Very small, yellow seed. Original parental stock
identified as 'Indonesia 29\
382182 to 383209.
From Ethiopia. Seed collected October-November 1970 by G. A. Wiebe,
    Cereal Crops Research Branch, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville,
    Maryland. Received June 1, 1973.
  382182 to 382457. HORDEUM DEFICIENS Steud. ex A. Braun Gramineae.
    382182. GAW 3-2. Forty-eight km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
    382183. GAW 16. Forty-seven km. north of Addis Ababa.
    382184. GAW 17-2. Sixty-four km. north of Addis ababa.
    382185. GAW 19-2. Seventy-seven km. north of Addis Ababa.
152                 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

382182 to 383209—Continued
 382182 to 382457—Continued
   382186. GAW 19-3. Seventy-seven km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382187. GAW 20-3. Seventy-eight km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382188. GAW 28-1. Ninety-two km. north of Bhar Dar.
   382189. GAW 28-2. Ninety-two km. north of Bhar Dar.
   382190 GAW 28-3. Ninety-two km. north of Bhar Dar.
   382191. GAW 28-4. Ninety-two km. north of Bhar Dar.
   382192. GAW 28-5. Ninety-two km. north of Bhar Dar.
   382193. GAW 32-7. Thirteen km. south of Gondar.
   382194. GAW 35-4. Six km. north of Gondar.
   382195. GAW 35-5. Six km. north of Gondar.
   382196. GAW 36-2. Seven km. north of Gondar.
   382197. GAW 3G-3. Seven km. north of Gondar.
   382198. GAW 36-4. Seven km. north of Gondar.
   382199. GAW 36-5. Seven km. north of Gondar.
   382200. GAW 3&-6. Seven km. north of Gondar.
   382201. GAW 37-6. Eight km. north of Gondar.
   382202. GAW 38-13. Ten km. north of Gondar.
   382203. GAW 38-14. Ten km. north of Gondar.
   382204. GAW 38-15. Ten km. north of Gondar.
   382205. GAW 38-16 Ten km. north of Gondar.
   382206. GAW 38-17. Ten km. north of Gondar.
   382207. GAW 39-6. Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
   382208. GAW 40-1. Five km. north of Gondar.
   382209. GAW 40-2. Five km. north of Gondar.
   382210. GAW 40-3. Five km. north of Gondar.
   382211. GAW 40-4. Five km. north of Gondar.
   382212. GAW 40-5. Five km. north of Gondar.
   382213. GAW 40-6. Five km. north of Gondar.
   382214. GAW 41-11. Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
   382215. GAW 42-12. Fourteen km. north of Gondar.
   382216. GAW 42-13. Fourteen km. north of Gondar.
   382217. GAW 42-14. Fourteen km. north of Gondar.
   382218. GAW 44-6. Nineteen km. north of Gondar.
   382219. GAW 48-19. Thirty-seven km. north of Gondar.
   382220. GAW 49-8. Sixty-one km. north of Gondar.
   382221. GAW 50-10. Eighty-one km. north of Gondar.
   382222. GAW 50-11. Eighty-one km. north of Gondar.
   382223. GAW 50-12. Eighty-one km. north of Gondar.
   382224. GAW 50-15. Eighty-one km. north of Gondar.
   382225. GAW 51-1. Twenty-five km. west of Axum.
   382226. GAW 51-2. Twenty-five km west of Axum.
   382227. GAW 51-3. Twenty-five km. west of Axum.
   382228. GAW 51^1. Twenty-five km. west of Axum.
                  JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31,1973         163

382182 to 383209—Continued
 382182 to 382457—Continued
  382229.   GAW 51-5.   Twenty-five km. west of Axum.
  382230.   GAW 52-2.   Twenty-four km. west of Axum
  382231.   GAW 52-3.   Twenty-four km. west of Axum
  382232.   GAW 52-4.   Twenty-four km. west of Axum
  382233.   GAW 54-1.   Six km. west of Axum.
  382234.   GAW 54-2.   Six km. west of Axum.
  382235.   GAW 54-3.   Six km. west of Axum.
  382236.   GAW 55-2.   Two km. west of Axum.
  382237.   GAW 5&-3.   Two km. west of Axum.
  382238.   GAW 56-1.   Four km. east of Axum.
  382239.   GAW 5G-2.   Four km. east of Axum.
  382240.   GAW 57-1.   Ten km. east of Axum.
  382241.   GAW 57-2.   Ten km. east of Axum.
  382242.   GAW 57-3.   Ten km. east of Axum.
  382243.   GAW 57-4.   Ten km. east of Axum.
  382244.   GAW 57-5.   Ten km. east of Axum.
  382245.   GAW 57-6.   Ten km. east of Axum.
  382246.   GAW 58-1.   Twenty km. east of Axum.
  382247.   GAW 58-2.   Twenty km. east of Axum.
  382248.   GAW 59-3.   Six km. north of Adowa.
  382249.   GAW 59-4.   Six km. north of Adowa.
  382250.   GAW 59-5.   Six km. north of Adowa.
  382251.   GAW 60-6.   Ten km. north of Adowa.
  382252.   GAW 61-1.   One km. east of Axum.
  382253.   GAW 61-2.   One km. east of Axum.
  382254.   GAW 61-3.   One km. east of Axum.
  382255.   GAW 62-1.   Nine km. east of Adowa.
  382256.   GAW 62-2.   Nine km. east of Adowa.
  382257.   GAW 62-3.   Nine km. east of Adowa.
  382258.   GAW 62-7.   Nine km. east of Adowa.
  382259.   GAW 63-1.   Sixteen km. east of Adowa.
  382260.   GAW 63-2.   Sixteen km. east of Adowa.
  382261.   GAW 63-3.   Sixteen km. east of Adowa.
  382262.   GAW 63-6.   Sixteen km. east of Adowa.
  382263.   GAW 63-7.   Sixteen km. east of Adowa.
  382264.   GAW 64-1.   Twenty-six km. east of Adowa.
  382265.   GAW 64-2.   Twenty-six km. east of Adowa.
  382266.   GAW 64-3.   Twenty-six km. east of Adowa.
  382267.   GAW 64-4.   Twenty-six km. east of Adowa.
  382268.   GAW 65-1.   Intcho.
  382269.   GAW 65-3.   Intcho.
  382270.   GAW 65-4.   Intcho.
  382271.   GAW 65-6.   Intcho.
154                   PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

382182 to 383209—Continued
 382182 to 382457—Continued
   382272. GAW 65-7. Intcho.
   382273. GAW 66-1. Eleven km. northeast of Intcho.
   382274. GAW 66-2. Eleven km. northeast of Intcho.
   382275. GAW 66-3. Eleven km. northeast of Intcho.          Mixed with H.
      distichon.
  382276.    GAW 67-3.    Sixteen km. northeast of Intcho.
  382277.    GAW 67-4.    Sixteen km. northeast of Intcho.
  382278.    GAW 67-5.    Sixteen km. northeast of Intcho.
  382279.    GAW 67-6.    Sixteen km. northeast of Intcho.
  382280.    GAW 67-7.    Sixteen km. northeast of Intcho.
  382281.    GAW 67-8.    Sixteen km. northeast of Intcho.
  382282.    GAW 68-1.    Thirty-eight km. northeast of Intcho.
  382283.    GAW 68-3.    Thirty-eight km. northeast of Intcho.
  382284.    GAW 68-4.    Thirty-eight km. northeast of Intcho.
  382285.    GAW 68-5.    Thirty-eight km. northeast of Intcho.
  382286.    GAW 69-6.    Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
  382287.    GAW 69-7.    Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
  382288.    GAW 70-8.    Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
  382289.    GAW 72-3.    Fifty-two km. east of Intcho.
  382290.    GAW 72-4.    Fifty-two km. east of Intcho.
  382291.    GAW 72-5.    Fifty-two km. east of Intcho.
  382292.    GAW 72-6.    Fifty-two km. east of Intcho.
  382293.    GAW 72-11.    Fifty-two km. east of Intcho.
  382294.    GAW 76-1.    Forty-one km. south of Adigrat.
  382295.    GAW 76-2.    Forty-one km. south of Adigrat.
  382296.    GAW 76-3.    Forty-one km. south of Adigrat.
  382297.    GAW 76-4.    Forty-one km. south of Adigrat.
  382298.    GAW 76-5.    Forty-one km. south of Adigrat.
  382299.    GAW 76-6.    Forty-one km. south of Adigrat.
  382300.    GAW 76-7.    Forty-one km. south of Adigrat.
  382301.    GAW 76-9.    Forty-one km. south of Adigrat.
  382302.    GAW 77-1.    Forty-six km. south of Adigrat.
  382303.    GAW 77-2.    Forty-six km. south of Adigrat.
  382304.    GAW 77-3.    Forty-six km. south of Adigrat.
  382305.    GAW 77-4.    Forty-six km. south of Adigrat.
  382306.    GAW 77-5.    Forty-six km. south of Adigrat.
  382307.    GAW 78-1.    Ninety km. south of Adigrat.
  382308.    GAW 78-2.    Ninety km. south of Adigrat.
  382309.    GAW 78-3.    Ninety km. south of Adigrat.
  382310.    GAW 78-4.    Ninety km. south of Adigrat.
  382311.    GAW 79-1.    Ninety-seven km. south of Adigrat.
  382312.    GAW 79-2.    Ninety-seven km. south of Adigrat.
  382313.    GAW 79-3.    Ninety-seven km. south of Adigrat.
                 JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                    155
382182 to 38320&—Continued
 382182 to 382457—Continued
   382314. GAW 79-4. Ninety-seven km. south of Adigrat.
   382315. GAW 80-1. Twenty km. south of Mekele.
   382316. GAW 80-2. Twenty km. south of Mekele.
   382317. GAW 80-3. Twenty km. south of Mekele.
   382318. GAW 80-4. Twenty km. south of Mekele.
   382319. GAW 80-5. Twenty km. south of Mekele.
   382320. GAW 80-6. Twenty km. south of Mekele.
   382321. GAW 80-7, Twenty km. south of Mekele.
   382322. GAW 80-8. Twenty km. south of Mekele.
   382323. GAW 80-9. Twenty km. south of Mekele.
   382324. GAW 80-10. Twenty km. south of Mekele.
   382325. GAW 81-6. Sixty-seven km. south of Mekele.
   382326. GAW 81-7. Sixty-seven km. south of Mekele.
   382327. GAW 81-8. Sixty-seven km. south of Mekele.
   382328. GAW 81-9. Sixty-seven km. south of Mekele.
   382329. GAW 81-10. Sixty-seven km. south of Mekele.
   382330. GAW 81-11. Sixty-seven km. south of Mekele.
   382331. GAW 82-1. Seventy-one km. south of Mekele.
   382332. GAW 82-2. Seventy-one km. south of Mekele.
   382333. GAW 82-3. Seventy-one km. south of Mekele.
   382334. GAW 82-4. Seventy-one km. south of Mekele.
   382335. GAW 82-5. Seventy-one km. south of Mekele.
   382336. GAW 82-6. Seventy-one km. south of Mekele.
   382337. GAW 82-7. Seventy-one km. south of Mekele.
   382338. GAW 82-8. Seventy-one km. south of Mekele.
   382339. GAW 82-9. Seventy-one km. south of Mekele.
   382340. GAW 85-10. Ninety-five km. south of Mekele.
   382341. GAW 85-12. Ninety-five km. south of Mekele.
   382342. GAW 86-1. One hundred and fourteen km. south of Mekele.
   382343. GAW 86-2. One hundred and fourteen km. south of Mekele.
   382344. GAW 86-3. One hundred and fourteen km. south of Mekele.
   382345. GAW 87-7. One hundred and sixteen km. south of Mekele.
   382346. GAW 87-8. One hundred and sixteen km. south of Mekele.
   382347. GAW 87-9. One hundred and sixteen km. south of Mekele.
   382348. GAW 87-10. One hundred and sixteen km. south of Mekele.
   382349. GAW 87-11. One hundred and sixteen km. south of Mekele.
   382350. GAW 87-12. One hundred and sixteen km. south of Mekele.
   382351. GAW 87-13. One hundred and sixteen km. south of Mekele.
   382352. GAW 87-14. One hundred and sixteen km. south of Mekele.
   382353. GAW 88-5. One hundred and twenty-eight km. south of Mekele.
   382354. GAW 89-11. One hundred and fifty-two km. south of Mekele.
   382355. GAW 89-12. One hundred and fifty-two km. south of Mekele.
   382356. GAW 89-13. One hundred and fifty-two km. south of Mekele.
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 382182 to 382457—Continued
   382357. GAW 89-14. One hundred and fifty-two km. south of Mekele.
   382358. GAW 90-4.     Two hundred and eighty-fiive km. south of Mekele.
   382359. GAW 90-5.     Two hundred and eighty-five km. south of Mekele.
   382360. GAW 90-6.     Two hundred and eighty-five km. south of Mekele.
   382361. GAW 94-3.     Eighteen km. west of Addis Ababa.
   382362. GAW 94-4.     Eighteen km. west of Addis Ababa.
   382363. GAW 95-4. Thirty km. west of Addis Ababa.
   382364. GAW 95-5.     Thirty km. west of Addis Ababa.
   382365. GAW 95-6.     Thirty km. west of Addis Ababa.
   382366. GAW 97-4.     Ninety-eight km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   382367. GAW 97-6.     Ninety-eight km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   382368. GAW 97-9.     Ninety-eight km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   382369. GAW 98-2. Two hundred and forty-three km. southwest of Addis
     Ababa.
   382370. GAW 98-3. Two hundred and forty-three km. southwest of Addis
     Ababa.
   382371. GAW 99-9.     Two hundred and forty-one km. northeast of Jimma.
   382372. GAW 102-7. Two hundred and forty-five km. northeast of Jimma.
   382373. GAW 104-4. One hundred km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   382374. GAW 104-5. One hundred km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   382375. GAW 104-7. One hundred km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   382376. GAW 105-1. Thirteen km. west of Ambo.
   382377. GAW 105-3. Thirteen km. west of Ambo.
   382378. GAW 106-5. Twenty-two km. west of Ambo.
   382379. GAW 10&-6. Twenty-two km. west of Ambo.
   382380. GAW 106-7. Twenty-two km. west of Ambo.
   382381. GAW 107-6. Twenty-three km. west of Ambo.
   382382. GAW 107-7. Twenty-three km. west of Ambo.
   382383. GAW 108-6. Twenty-four km. west of Ambo.
   382384. GAW 108-7. Twenty-four km. west of Ambo.
   382385. GAW 109-3. Twenty-four km. west of Ambo.
   382386. GAW 110-2. Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
   382387. GAW 110-3. Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
   382388. GAW 110-4. Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
   382389. GAW 110-5. Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
   382390. GAW 110-6. Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
   382391. GAW 110-7. Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
   382392. GAW 110-8. Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
  382393.   GAW   112-10. Twenty-eight km. west of Ambo.
  382394.   GAW   112-11. Twenty-eight km. west of Ambo.
  382395.   GAW   114-5. Forty-four km. west of Ambo.
  382396.   GAW   114-8. Forty-four km. west of Ambo.
  382397.   GAW   115-5. Forty-six km. west of Ambo.
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382182 to 38320&—Continued
 382182 to 382457—Continued
  382398. GAW 115-6. Forty-six km. west of Ambo.
  382399. GAW 116-6 Fifty-five km. west of Ambo.
  382400. GAW 117-8. Fifty-nine km. west of Ambo.
  382401. GAW 118-7. Fifty-nine km. west of Ambo.
  382402. GAW 120-2. Eighty km. northwest of Ambo.
  382403. GAW 122-6. Ninety-nine km. northwest of Ambo.
  382404. GAW 123-8. One hundred and three km. northwest of Ambo.
  382405. GAW 123-9. One hundred and three km. northwest of Ambo.
  382406. GAW 123-10, One hundred and three km. northwest of Ambo.
  382407. GAW 123-11. One hundred and three km. northwest of Ambo.
  382408. GAW 124-2. One hundred and thirty km. northwest of Ambo.
  382409. GAW 124-3. One hundred and thirty km. northwest of Ambo.
  382410. GAW 124-4. One hundred and thirty km. northwest of Ambo.
  382411. GAW 125-5. Forty-eight km. from Fincha.
  382412. GAW 125-7. Forty-eight km. from Fincha.
  382413. GAW 127-3. Sixty-five km. from Fincha.
  382414. GAW 127-4. Sixty-five km. from Fincha.
  382415. GAW 127-5. Sixty-five km. from Fincha.
  382416. GAW 127-6. Sixty-five km. from Fincha.
  382417. GAW 129-6. Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
  382418. GAW 133-1. Twenty-four km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
  382419. GAW 133-2. Twenty-four km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
  382420. GAW 134-2. Fifty-four km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
  382421. GAW 134-3. Fifty-four km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
  382422. GAW 134-4. Fifty-four km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
  382423. GAW 135-2. Seventy-four km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
  382424. GAW 13&-3. Seventy-four km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
  382425. GAW 13&-4. Seventy-four km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
  382426. GAW 135-5. Seventy-four km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
  382427. GAW 135-6. Seventy-four km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
  382428. GAW 135-7. Seventy-four km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
  382429. GAW 136-1. Eighty-two km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
  382430. GAW 136-2. Eighty-two km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
  382431. GAW 136-3. Eighty-two km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
  382432. GAW 137-1. Ninety-three km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
  382433. GAW 137-2. Ninety-three km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
  382434. GAW 137-3. Ninety-three km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
  382435. GAW 138-1. One hundred and eight km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
  382436. GAW 138-2. One hundred and eight km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
  382437. GAW 138-3. One hundred and eight km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
  382438. GAW 139-1. One hundred and sixteen km. southeast of Addis
    Ababa.
  382439. GAW 139-2. One hundred and sixteen km. southeast of Addis
    Ababa.
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   382440. GAW 139-3. One hundred and sixteen km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   382441. GAW 140-2. One hundred and thirty-two km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   382442. GAW 140-4. One hundred and thirty-two km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   382443. GAW 140-5. One hundred and thirty-two km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   382444. GAW 140-6. One hundred and thirty-two km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   382445. GAW 140-7. One hundred and thirty-two km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   382446. GAW 140-8. One hundred and thirty-two km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   382447. GAW 141-5. One hundred and thirty-four km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   382448. GAW 142-5. One hundred and forty-one km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   382449. GAW 142-6. One hundred and forty-one km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   382450. GAW 142-7. One hundred and forty-one km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   382451. GAW 143-3. One hundred and forty-nine km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   382452. GAW 143-4. One hundred and forty-nine km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   382453. GAW 143-5. One hundred and forty-nine km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   382454. GAW 143-6. One hundred and forty-nine km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   382455. GAW 144-11. One hundred and sixty-eight km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   382456. GAW 144-12. One hundred and sixty-eight km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   382457. GAW 146-9. One hundred and seventy-one km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
382458 to 382639.      HORDEUM DISTICHON L.           Two-rowed barley.
 382458.   GAW 12-4.    Twenty-two km. north of Addis Ababa.
 382459.   GAW 15-5.    Thirty-nine km. north of Addis Ababa.
 382460.   GAW 15-6.    Thirty-nine km. north of Addis Ababa.
 382461.   GAW 55-4.    Two km. west of Axum.
 382462.   GAW 55-5.    Two km. west of Axum.
 382463.   GAW 55-6.    Two km. west of Axum.
 382464.   GAW 55-7.    Two km. west of Axum.
 382465.   GAW 55-8.    Two km. west of Axum.
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382182 to 383209^-Continued
 382458 to 382639—Continued
   382466. GAW 57-7. Ten km. east of Axum.
   382467. GAW 59-1. Six km. north of Adowa.
   382468. GAW 59-2. Six km. north of Adowa.
   382469. GAW 60-2. Ten km. north of Adowa.
   382470. GAW 60-3. Ten km. north of Adowa.
   382471. GAW 60-4. Ten km. north of Adowa.
   382472. GAW 60-5. Ten km. north of Adowa.
   382473. GAW 60-7. Ten km. north of Adowa.
   382474. GAW 62-4. Nine km. east of Adowa.
   382475. GAW 62-5. Nine km. east of Adowa.
   382476. GAW 62-6. Nine km. east of Adowa.
   382477. GAW 63-4. Sixteen km. east of Adowa.
   382478. GAW 63-5. Sixteen km. east of Adowa.
   382479. GAW 65-5. Intcho.
   382480. GAW 66-4. Eleven km. northeast of Intcho.
   382481. GAW 66-5. Eleven km. northeast of Intcho.
   382482. GAW 66-6. Eleven km. northeast of Intcho.
   382483. GAW 66-7. Eleven km. northeast of Intcho.
   382484. GAW 66-8. Eleven km. northeast of Intcho.
   382485. GAW 66-9. Eleven km. northeast of Intcho.
   382486. GAW 66-10. Eleven km. northeast of Intcho.
   382487. GAW 66-11. Eleven km. northeast of Intcho.
   382488. GAW 67-9. Sixteen km. northeast of Intcho.
   382489. GAW 67-10. Sixteen km. northeast of Intcho.
   382490. GAW 68-2. Thirty-eight km. northeast of Intcho.
   382491. GAW 71-1. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
   382492. GAW 71-2. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
   382493. GAW 71-3. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
   382494. GAW 71-4. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
   382495. GAW 71-5. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
   382496. GAW 71-6. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
   382497. GAW 71-7. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
   382498. GAW 71-8. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
   382499. GAW 71-9. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
   382500. GAW 71-10. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
   382501. GAW 71-11. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
   382502. GAW 71-12. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
   382503. GAW 71-13. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
   382504. GAW 71-14. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
   382505. GAW 71-15. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
   382506. GAW 71-16. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
   382507. GAW 72-13. Fifty-two km. east of Intcho.
   382508. GAW 72-14. Fifty-two km. east of Intcho.
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   382509. GAW 76-8. Forty-one km. south of Adigrat.
   382510.   GAW 81-5. Sixty-seven km. south of Mekele.
   382511.   GAW 97-1. Ninety-eight km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   382512.   GAW 97-2. Ninety-eight km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   382513.   GAW 97-3. Ninety-eight km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   382514.   GAW 9£-6. Two hundred and forty-one km. northeast of Jimma.
   382515.   GAW 9&-7. Two hundred and forty-one km. northeast of Jimma.
   382516.   GAW 9&-10. Two hundred and forty-one km. northeast of Jimma.
   382517.   GAW 100-1. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382518.   GAW 100-2. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382519.   GAW 100-4. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382520.   GAW 100-5. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382521.   GAW 100-6. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382522.   GAW 100-7. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382523.   GAW 100-8. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382524.   GAW 100-10. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382525.   GAW 100-11. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382526.   GAW 100-12. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382527.   GAW 100-13. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382528.   GAW 100-14. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382529.   GAW 100-15. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382530.   GAW 100-16. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382531.   GAW 100-17. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382532.   GAW 101-1. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382533.   GAW 101-2. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382534.   GAW 101-3. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382535.   GAW 101-4. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382536.   GAW 101-5. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382537.   GAW 101-6. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382538.   GAW 101-7. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382539.   GAW 101-8. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382540.   GAW 101-9. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382541.   GAW 101-10. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382542.   GAW 101-11. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382543.   GAW 101-12. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382544.   GAW 101-13. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382545.   GAW 101-14. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382546.   GAW 101-15. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382547.   GAW 101-16. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382548.   GAW 101-17. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382549.   GAW 101-18. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382550.   GAW 101-19. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382551.   GAW 101-20. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
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 382458 to 382639—Continued
   382552. GAW101-21. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382553. GAW 101-22. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382554. GAW 101-23. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382555. GAW 101-24. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382556. GAW 101-25. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382557. GAW 101-26. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382558. GAW 101-27. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382559. GAW 101-28. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382560. GAW 101-29. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382561. GAW 101-30. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382562. GAW 101-31. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382563. GAW 101-32. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382564. GAW 101-33. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382565. GAW 101-34. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382566. GAW 101-35. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382567. GAW 101-36. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382568. GAW 101-37. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382569. GAW 101-38. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382570. GAW 101-39. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382571. GAW 102-1. Two hundred and forty-five km. northeast of Jimma.
   382572. GAW 102-2. Two hundred and forty-five km. northeast of Jimma.
   382573. GAW 102-3. Two hundred and forty-five km. northeast of Jimma.
   382574. GAW 102-6. Two hundred and forty-five km. northeast of Jimma.
   382575. GAW 103-1. One hundred and two km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   382576. GAW 103-2. One hundred and two km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   382577. GAW 103-3. One hundred and two km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   382578. GAW 103-4. One hundred and two km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   382579. GAW 103-5. One hundred and two km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   382580. GAW 103-6. One hundred and two km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   382581. GAW 104-1. One hundred km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   382582. GAW 104-2. One hundred km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   382583. GAW 104-3. One hundred km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   382584. GAW 104-6. One hundred km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   382585. GAW 105-2. Thirteen km. west of Ambo.
   382586. GAW 106-4. Twenty-two km. west of Ambo.
   382587. GAW 107-2. Twenty-three km. west of Ambo.
   382588. GAW 107-3. Twenty-three km. west of Ambo.
   382589. GAW 107-4. Twenty-three km. west of Ambo.
   382590. GAW 107-5. Twenty-three km. west of Ambo.
   382591. GAW 108-3. Twenty-four km. west of Ambo.
   382592. GAW 10^-4. Twenty-four km. west of Ambo.
   382593. GAW 108-5. Twenty-four km. west of Ambo.
   382594. GAW 108-8. Twenty-four km. west of Ambo.
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      382595.   GAW   109-3.    Twenty-four km. west of Ambo.
      382596.   GAW   109-4.    Twenty-four km. west of Ambo.
      382597.   GAW   114-2.    Forty-four km. west of Ambo.
      382598.   GAW   114-3.    Forty-four km. west of Ambo.
      382599.   GAW   114-4.    Forty-four km. west of Ambo.
      382600.   GAW   114-6.    Forty-four km. west of Ambo.
      382601.   GAW   114-7.    Forty-four km. west of Ambo.
      382602.   GAW   115-4.    Forty-six km. west of Ambo.
      382603.   GAW   116-1.    Fifty-five km. west of Ambo.
      382604.   GAW   116-4.    Fifty-five km. west of Ambo.
      382605.   GAW   117-4.    Fifty-nine km. west of Ambo.
      382606.   GAW   117-9.    Fifty-nine km. west of Ambo.
      382607.   GAW   118-3.    Fifty-nine km. west of Ambo.
      382608.   GAW   118-4.    Fifty-nine km. west of Ambo.
      382609.   GAW   118-5.    Fifty-nine km. west of Ambo.
      382610.   GAW   119-6.    Sixty-five km. west of Ambo.
      382611.   GAW   119-7.    Sixty-five km. west of Ambo.
      382612.   GAW   119-8.    Sixty-five km. west of Ambo.
      382613.   GAW   124-1.    One hundred and thirty km. northwest of Ambo.
      382614.   GAW   128-4.    Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
      382615.   GAW   128-5.    Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
      382616.   GAW   128-6.    Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
      382617.   GAW   128-7.    Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
      382618.   GAW   128-8.    Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
      382619.   GAW   129-5.    Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
      382620.   GAW   152-5.    Holetta.
      382621.   GAW   152-6.    Holetta.
      382622.   GAW   152-7.    Holetta.
      382623.   GAW   152-9.    Holetta.
      382624.   GAW   152-10.    Bulk blue.
      382625.   GAW   152-11.    Bulk white.
      382626.   GAW   153-1.    Kombulcha market.
      382627.   GAW   153-2.    Kombulcha market.
      382628.   GAW   153-3.    Kombulcha market.
      382629.   GAW   153-4.    Kombulcha market.
      382630.   GAW   153-5.    Kombulcha market.
      382631.   GAW   153-6.    Kombulcha market.
      382632.   GAW   153-7.    Kombulcha market.
      382633.   GAW   153-8.    Kombulcha market.
      382634.   GAW   153-9.    Kombulcha market.
      382635.   GAW   153-10.    Kombulcha market.
      382636.   GAW   153-11.    Kombulcha market.
      382637.   GAW   153-12.    Kombulcha market.
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 382458 to 382639—Continued
   382638. GAW 6. Sixty-six km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382639. GAW 40. Five km. north of Gondar.
 382640 to 382665. HORDEUM IRREGULARE Aberg & Wiebe
   382640. GAW 26-1. Two hundred and fifty-four km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382641. GAW 2&-2. Two hundred and fifty-four km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382642. GAW 27-3. Two hundred and eighty-six km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382643. GAW 69-5. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
   382644. GAW 97-7. Ninety-eight km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   382645. GAW 97-8. Ninety-eight km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   382646. GAW 99-8. Two hundred and forty-one km. northeast of Jimma.
   382647. GAW 99-1. Two hundred and forty-one km. northeast of Jimma.
   382648. GAW 99-12. Two hundred and forty-one km. northeast of Jimma.
   382649. GAW 99-13. Two hundred and forty-one km. northeast of Jimma.
   382650. GAW 100-3. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382651. GAW 100-9. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   382652. GAW 102-4. Two hundred and forty-five km. northeast of Jimma.
   382653. GAW 102-5. Two hundred and forty-five km. northeast of Jimma.
   382654. GAW 108-2. Twenty-four km. west of Ambo.
   382655. GAW 116-3. Fifty-five km. west of Ambo.
   382656. GAW 117-5. Fifty-nine km. west of Ambo.
   382657. GAW 117-10. Fifty-nine km. west of Ambo.
   382658. GAW 118-2. Fifty-nine km. west of Ambo.
   382659. GAW 118-6. Fifty-nine km. west of Ambo.
   382660. GAW 124-5. One hundred and thirty km. northwest of Ambo.
   382661. GAW 124-6. One hundred and thirty km. northwest of Ambo.
   382662. GAW 128-9. Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
   382663. GAW 12&-4. Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
   382664. GAW 131-7. Ninety-four km. east of Ambo.
   382665. GAW 132-2. Ninety-four km. east of Ambo.
 382666 to 383209. HORDEUM VULGARE L.                              Barley.
   382666. GAW 1-1. Thirty-one km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382667. GAW 1-2. Thirty-one km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382668. GAW 1-3. Thirty-one km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382669. GAW 2-1. Forty-six km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382670. GAW 2-2. Forty-six km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382671. GAW 3-1. Forty-eight km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382672. GAW 3-3. Forty-eight km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382673. GAW 4-1. Fifty-two km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382674. GAW 4-2. Fifty-two km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382675. GAW 4-3. Fifty-two km northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382676. GAW 4r4. Fifty-two km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382677. GAW 5-1. Fifty-two km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382678. GAW 5-2. Fifty-two km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
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   382679. GAW 5-3. Fifty-two km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382680. GAW 6-1. Sixty-six km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382681. GAW 6-2. Sixty-six km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382682. GAW 7-1. Seventy-seven km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382683. GAW 7-2. Seventy-seven km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382684. GAW 7-3. Seventy-seven km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382685. GAW 8-1. Seventy-eight km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382686. GAW 8-2. Seventy-eight km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382687. GAW 9-1. Ninety-five km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382688. GAW 9-2. Ninety-five km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382689. GAW 9-3. Ninety-five km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382690. GAW 9-4. Ninety-five km. northeast of Addis Ababa.
   382691. GAW 10-1. One hundred and twenty-six km northeast of     Addis
     Ababa.
   382692. GAW 10-2. One hundred and twenty-six km. northeast of    Addis
     Ababa.
   382693. GAW 10-3. One hundred and twenty-six km. northeast of    Addis
     Ababa.
   382694. GAW 11-1. One hundred and forty-three km. northeast of   Addis
     Ababa.
   382695. GAW 11-2. One hundred and forty-three km. northeast of   Addis
     Ababa.
   382696. GAW 12-1. Twenty-two km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382697. GAW 12-2. Twenty-two km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382698. GAW 12-3. Twenty-two km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382699. GAW 12-5. Twenty-two km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382700. GAW 13-1. Twenty-seven km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382701. GAW 13-2. Twenty-seven km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382702. GAW 13-3. Twenty-seven km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382703. GAW 14-1. Twenty-eight km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382704. GAW 14-2. Twenty-eight km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382705. GAW 14-3. Twenty-eight km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382706. GAW 15-1. Thirty-nine km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382707. GAW 15-2. Thirty-nine km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382708. GAW 15-3. Thirty-nine km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382709. GAW 15-4. Thirty-nine km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382710. GAW 17-1. Sixty-four km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382711. GAW 18-1. Seventy-five km.north of Addis Ababa.
   382712. GAW 18-2. Seventy-five km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382713. GAW 18-3. Seventy-five km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382714. GAW 18-4. Seventy-five km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382715. GAW 19-1. Seventy-seven km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382716. GAW 20-1. Seventy-eight km. north of Addis Ababa.
   382717. GAW 20-2. Seventy-eight km. north of Addis Ababa.
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  382718.   GAW 24-1.   One hundred and forty-two km. north of Addis Ababa.
  382719.   GAW 24-2.   One hundred and forty-two km. north of Addis Ababa.
  382720.   GAW 24-3.   One hundred and forty-two km. north of Addis Ababa.
  382721.   GAW 24-4.   One hundred and forty-two km. north of Addis Ababa.
  382722.   GAW 25-1.   One hundred and forty-four km. north of Addis Ababa.
  382723.   GAW 2&-2.   One hundred and forty-four km. north of Addis Ababa.
  382724.   GAW 26-3.   Two hundred and fifty-four km. north of Addis Ababa.
  382725.   GAW 27-1.   Two hundred and eighty-six km. north of Addis Ababa.
  382726.   GAW 27-2.   Two hundred and eighty-six km. north of Addis Ababa.
  382727.   GAW 28-6.   Ninety-two km. north of Bhar Dar.
  382728.   GAW 28-7.   Ninety-two km. north of Bhar Dar.
  382729.   GAW 2&-8.   Ninety-two km. north of Bhar Dar.
  382730.   GAW 30-1.   Ten km. south of Gondar.
  382731.   GAW 30-2.   Ten km. south of Gondar.
  382732.   GAW 30-3.   Ten km. south of Gondar.
  382733.   GAW 30-4.   Ten km. south of Gondar.
  382734.   GAW 30-5.   Ten km. south of Gondar.
  382735.   GAW 31-1.   Eleven km. south of Gondar.
  382736.   GAW 31-2.   Eleven km. south of Gondar.
  382737.   GAW 31-3.   Eleven km. south of Gondar.
  382738.   GAW 31-4.   Eleven km. south of Gondar.
  382739.   GAW 31-5.   Eleven km. south of Gondar.
  382740.   GAW 32-1.   Thirteen km. south of Gondar.
  382741.   GAW 32-2.   Thirteen km. south of Gondar.
  382742.   GAW 32-3.   Thirteen km. south of Gondar.
  382743.   GAW 32-4.   Thirteen km. south of Gondar.
  382744.   GAW 32-5.   Thirteen km. south of Gondar.
  382745.   GAW 32-6.   Thirteen km. south of Gondar.
  382746.   GAW 33-1.   Twelve km. south of Gondar.
  382747.   GAW 33-2.   Twelve km. south of Gondar.
  382748.   GAW 33-3.   Twelve km. south of Gondar.
  382749.   GAW 33-4.   Twelve km. south of Gondar.
  382750.   GAW 33-5.   Twelve km. south of Gondar.
  382751.   GAW 33-6.   Twelve km. south of Gondar.
  382752.   GAW 33-7.   Twelve km. south of Gondar.
  382753.   GAW 34-1.   Two km. north of Gondar.
  382754.   GAW 34-2.   Two km. north of Gondar.
  382755.   GAW 34-3.   Two km. north of Gondar.
  382756.   GAW 34-4.   Two km. north of Gondar.
  382757.   GAW 34-5.   Two km. north of Gondar.
  382758.   GAW 34-6.   Two km. north of Gondar.
  382759.   GAW 35-1.   Six km. north of Gondar.
  382760.   GAW 35-2.   Six km. north of Gondar.
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   382761. GAW 35-3. Six km. north of Gondar.
   382762. GAW 35-6. Six km. north of Gondar.
   382763. GAW 35-7. Six km. north of Gondar.
   382764. GAW 35-8. Six km. north of Gondar.
   382765. GAW 36-1. Seven km. north of Gondar.
   382766. GAW 37-1. Eight km. north of Gondar.
   382767. GAW 37-2. Eight km. north of Gondar.
   382768. GAW 37-3. Eight km. north of Gondar.
   382769. GAW 37-4. Eight km. north of Gondar.
   382770. GAW 37-5. Eight km. north of Gondar.
   382771. GAW 38-1. Ten km. north of Gondar.
   382772. GAW 38-2. Ten km. north of Gondar.
   382773. GAW 38-3. Ten km. north of Gondar.
   382774. GAW 38-4. Ten km. north of Gondar.
   382775. GAW 38-5. Ten km. north of Gondar.
   382776. GAW 38-6. Ten km. north of Gondar.
   382777. GAW 38-7. Ten km. north of Gondar.
   382778. GAW 38-8. Ten km. north of Gondar.
   382779. GAW 38-9. Ten km. north of Gondar.
   382780. GAW 38-10. Ten km. north of Gondar.
   382781. GAW 38-11. Ten km. north of Gondar.
   382782. GAW 38-12. Ten km. north of Gondar.
   382783. GAW 39-1. Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
   382784. GAW 39-2. Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
   382785. GAW 39-3. Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
   382786. GAW 39-4. Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
   382787. GAW 39-5. Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
   382788. GAW 41-1. Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
   382789. GAW 41-2. Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
   382790. GAW 41-3. Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
   382791. GAW 41-4. Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
   382792. GAW 41-5. Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
   382793. GAW 41-6. Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
   382794. GAW 41-7. Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
   382795. GAW 41-8. Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
   382796. GAW 41-9. Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
   382797. GAW 41-10. Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
   382798. GAW 42-1. Fourteen km. north of Gondar.
   382799. GAW 42-2. Fourteen km. north of Gondar.
   382800. GAW 42-3. Fourteen km. north of Gondar.
   382801. GAW 42-4. Fourteen km. north of Gondar.
   382802. GAW 42-5. Fourteen km. north of Gondar.
   382803. GAW 42-6. Fourteen km. north of Gondar.
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  382804.   GAW 42-7.    Fourteen km. north of Gondar.
  382805.   GAW 42-8.    Fourteen km. north of Gondar.
  382806.   GAW 42-9.    Fourteen km. north of Gondar.
  382807.   GAW 42-10.    Fourteen km. north of Gondar.
  382808.   GAW 42-11.    Fourteen km. north of Gondar.
  382809.   GAW 43-1.    Eighteen km. north of Gondar.
  382810.   GAW 43-2.    Eighteen km. north of Gondar.
  382811.   GAW 43-3.    Eighteen km. north of Gondar.
  382812.   GAW 43-4.    Eighteen km. north of Gondar.
  382813.   GAW 43-5.    Eighteen km. north of Gondar.
  382814.   GAW 43-6.    Eighteen km. north of Gondar.
  382815.   GAW 43-7.    Eighteen km. north of Gondar.
  382816.   GAW 43-8.    Eighteen km. north of Gondar.
  382817.   GAW 44-1.    Nineteen km. north of Gondar.
  382818.   GAW 44-2.    Nineteen km. north of Gondar.
  382819.   GAW 44-3.    Nineteen km. north of Gondar.
  382820.   GAW 44-4.    Nineteen km. north of Gondar.
  382821.   GAW 44-5.    Nineteen km. north of Gondar.
  382822.   GAW 45-1.    Nineteen km. north of Gondar.
  382823.   GAW 45-2.    Nineteen km. north of Gondar.
  382824.   GAW 45-3.    Nineteen km. north of Gondar.
  382825.   GAW 45-4.    Nineteen km. north of Gondar.
  382826.   GAW 45-5.    Nineteen km. north of Gondar.
  382827.   GAW 45-6.    Nineteen km. north of Gondar.
  382828.   GAW 46-1.    Twenty-five km. north of Gondar.
  382829.   GAW 46-2.    Twenty-five km. north of Gondar.
  382830.   GAW 46-3.    Twenty-five km. north of Gondar.
  382831.   GAW 46-4.    Twenty-five km. north of Gondar.
  382832.   GAW 4&-5.    Twenty-five km. north of Gondar.
  382833.   GAW 46-6.    Twenty-five km. north of Gondar.
  382834.   GAW 46-7.    Twenty-five km. north of Gondar.
  382835.   GAW 46-8.    Twenty-five km. north of Gondar.
  382836.   GAW 4&-9.    Twenty-five km. north of Gondar.
  382837.   GAW 46-10.    Twenty-five km. north of Gondar.
  382838.   GAW 46-11.    Twenty-five km. north of Gondar.
  382839.   GAW 47-1.    Thirty-three km. north of Gondar.
  382840.   GAW 47-2.    Thirty-three km. north of Gondar.
  382841.   GAW 47-3.    Thirty-three km. north of Gondar.
  382842.   GAW 47-4.    Thirty-three km. north of Gondar.
  382843.   GAW 47-5.    Thirty-three km. north of Gondar.
  382844.   GAW 47-6.    Thirty-three km. north of Gondar.
  382845.   GAW 47-7.    Thirty-three km. north of Gondar.
  382846.   GAW 47-8.    Thirty-three km. north of Gondar.
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   382847. GAW 47-9. Thirty-three km. north of Gondar.
   382848. GAW 47-10. Thirty-three km. north of Gondar.
   382849. GAW 48-1. Thirty-seven km. north of Gondar.
   382850. GAW 48-2. Thirty-seven km. north of Gondar.
   382851. GAW 48-3. Thirty-seven km. north of Gondar.
   382852. GAW 48-4. Thirty-seven km. north of Gondar.
   382853. GAW 48-5. Thirty-seven km. north of Gondar.
   382854. GAW 48-6. Thirty-seven km. north of Gondar.
   382855. GAW 48-7. Thirty-seven km. north of Gondar.
   382856. GAW 48-8. Thirty-seven km. north of Gondar.
   382857. GAW 48-9. Thirty-seven km. north of Gondar.
   382858. GAW 48-10. Thirty-seven km. north of Grondar.
   382859. GAW 48-11. Thirty-seven km. north of Grondar.
   382860. GAW 48-12. Thirty-seven km. north of Gondar.
   382861. GAW 4&-13. Thirty-seven km. north of Gondar.
   382862. GAW 48-14. Thirty-seven km. north of Grondar.
   382863. GAW 48-15. Thirty-seven km. north of Grondar.
   382864. GAW 48-16. Thirty-seven km. north of Grondar.
   382865. GAW 48-17. Thirty-seven km. north of Gondar.
   382866. GAW 48-18. Thirty-seven km. north of Grondar.
   382867. GAW 49-1. Sixty-one km. north of Grondar.
   382868. GAW 49-2. Sixty-one km. north of Grondar.
   382869. GAW 4&-3. Sixty-one km. north of Grondar.
   382870. GAW 49-4. Sixty-one km. north of Gondar.
   382871. GAW 49-5. Sixty-one km. north of Grondar.
   382872. GAW 49-6. Sixty-one km. north of Grondar.
   382873. GAW 49-7. Sixty-one km. north of Gondar.
   382874. GAW 50-1. Eighty-one km. north of Grondar.
   382875. GAW 50-2. Eighty-one km. north of Gondar.
   382876. GAW 50-3. Eighty-one km. north of Gondar.
   382877. GAW 50-4. Eighty-one km. north of Gondar.
   382878. GAW 50-5. Eighty-one km. north of Gondar.
   382879. GAW 50-6. Eighty-one km. north of Gondar.
   382880. GAW 50-7. Eighty-one km. north of Gondar.
   382881. GAW 50-8. Eighty-one km. north of Gondar.
   382882. GAW 50-9. Eighty-one km. north of Grondar.
   382883. GAW 50-13. Eighty-one km. north of Gondar.
   382884. GAW 50-14. Eighty-one km. north of Gondar.
   382885. GAW 52-1. Twenty-four km. west of Axum.
   382886. GAW 53-1. Twenty-two km. west of Axum.
   382887. GAW 53-2. Twenty-two km. west of Axum.
   382888. GAW 53-3. Twenty-two km. west of Axum.
   382889. GAW 53-4. Twenty-two km. west of Axum.
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  382890. GAW 53-5. Twenty-two km. west of Axum.
  382891. GAW 55-1. Two km. west of Axum.
  382892. GAW 60-1. Ten km. north of Adowa.
  382893. GAW 67-1. Sixteen km. northeast of Intcho.
  382894. GAW 67-2. Sixteen km. northeast of Intcho.
  382895. GAW 69-1. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
  382896. GAW 69-2. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
  382897. GAW 69-3. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
  382898. GAW 69-4. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
  382899. GAW 69-8. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
  382900. GAW 70-1. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
  382901. GAW 70-2. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
  382902. GAW 70-3. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
  382903. GAW 70-4. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
  382904. GAW 70-5. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
  382905. GAW 70-6. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
  382906. GAW 70-7. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
  382907. GAW 70-9. Fifty-one km. east of Intcho.
  382908. GAW 72-1. Fifty-two km. east of Intcho.
  382909. GAW 72-2. Fifty-two km. east of Intcho.
  382910. GAW 72-7. Fifty-two km. east of Intcho.
  382911. GAW 72-8. Fifty-two km. east of Intcho.
  382912. GAW 72-9. Fifty-two km. east of Intcho.
  382913. GAW 72-10. Fifty-two km. east of Intcho.
  382914. GAW 72-12. Fifty-two km. east of Intcho.
  382915. GAW 73-1. Fifty-five km. northeast of Intcho.
  382916. GAW 73-2. Fifty-five km. northeast of Intcho.
  382917. GAW 73-3. Fifty-five km. northeast of Intcho.
  382918. GAW 73-4. Fifty-five km. northeast of Intcho.
  382919. GAW 73-5. Fifty-five km. northeast of Intcho.
  382920. GAW 73-6. Fifty-five km. northeast of Intcho.
  382921. GAW 73-7. Fifty-five km. northeast of Intcho.
  382922. GAW 73-8. Fifty-five km. northeast of Intcho.
  382923. GAW 74-1. Nine km. south of Adigrat.
  382924. GAW 74-2. Nine km. south of Adigrat.
  382925. GAW 74-3. Nine km. south of Adigrat.
  382926. GAW 74-4. Nine km. south of Adigrat.
  382927. GAW 74-5. Nine km. south of Adigrat.
  382928. GAW 74-6. Nine km. south of Adigrat.
  382929. GAW 74-7. Nine km. south of Adigrat.
  382930. GAW 75-1. Thirty-six km. south of Adigrat.
  382931. GAW 75-2. Thirty-six km. south of Adigrat.
  382932. GAW 75-3. Thirty-six km. south of Adigrat.
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   382933. GAW 75-4. Thirty-six km. south of Adigrat.
   382934. GAW 75-5. Thirty-six km. south of Adigrat.
   382935. GAW 75-6. Thirty-six km. south of Adigrat.
   382936. GAW 81-1. Sixty-seven km. south of Mekele.
   382937. GAW 81-2. Sixty-seven km. south of Mekele.
   382938. GAW 81-3. Sixty-seven km. south of Mekele.
   382939. GAW 81-4. Sixty-seven km. south of Mekele.
   382940. GAW 83-1. Seventy-nine km. south of Mekele.
   382941. GAW 83-2. Seventy-nine km. south of Mekele.
   382942. GAW 83-3. Seventy-nine km. south of Mekele.
   382943. GAW 83-4. Seventy-nine km. south of Mekele.
   382944. GAW 83-5. Seventy-nine km. south of Mekele.
   382945. GAW 83-6. Seventy-nine km. south of Mekele.
   382946. GAW 83-7. Seventy-nine km. south of Mekele.
   382947. GAW 83-8. Seventy-nine km. south of Mekele.
   382948. GAW 84-1. Eighty km. south of Mekele.
   382949. GAW 84-2. Eighty km. south of Mekele.
   382950. GAW 84-3. Eighty km. south of Mekele.
   382951. GAW 84-4. Eighty km. south of Mekele.
   382952. GAW 84-5. Eighty km. south of Mekele.
   382953. GAW 84-6. Eighty km. south of Mekele.
   382954. GAW 84-7. Eighty km. south of Mekele.
   382955. GAW 84-8. Eighty km. south of Mekele.
   382956. GAW 84-9. Eighty km. south of Mekele.
   382957. GAW 84-10. Eighty km. south of Mekele.
   382958. GAW 84-11. Eighty km. south of Mekele.
   382959. GAW 84-12. Eighty km. south of Mekele.
   382960. GAW 84-13. Eighty km. south of Mekele.
   382961. GAW 84A-1. Eighty-two km. south of Mekele.
   382962. GAW 84A-2. Eighty-two km. south of Mekele.
   382963. GAW 84A-3. Eighty-two km. south of Mekele.
   382964. GAW 84A-4. Eighty-two km. south of Mekele.
   382965. GAW 84A-5. Eighty-two km. south of Mekele.
   382966. GAW 84A-6. Eighty-two km. south of Mekele.
   382967. GAW 84A-7. Eighty-two km. south of Mekele.
   382968. GAW 84A-8. Eighty-two km. south of Mekele.
   382969. GAW 84A-9. Eighty-two km. south of Mekele.
   382970. GAW 84A-10. Eighty-two km. south of Mekele.
   382971. GAW 84A-11. Eighty-two km. south of Mekele.
   382972. GAW 85-1. Ninety-five km. south of Mekele.
   382973. GAW 85-2. Ninety-five km. south of Mekele.
   382974. GAW 85-3. Ninety-five km. south of Mekele.
   382975. GAW 85-4. Ninety-five km. south of Mekele.
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382182 to 383209—Continued
 382666 to 38320ft—Continued
  382976. GAW 85-5. Ninety-five km. south of Mekele.
   382977.GAW 85-6. Ninety-five km. south of Mekele.
   382978.GAW 85-7. Ninety-five km. south of Mekele.
   382979.GAW 85-8. Ninety-five km. south of Mekele.
  382980. GAW 85-9. Ninety-five km. south of Mekele.
  382981. GAW 85-11. Ninety-five km. south of Mekele.
  382982. GAW 87-1. One hundred and sixteen km. south of Mekele.
  382983. GAW 87-2. One hundred and sixteen km. south of Mekele.
  382984. GAW 87-3. One hundred and sixteen km. south of Mekele.
  382985. GAW 87-4. One hundred and sixteen km. south of Mekele.
  382986. GAW 87-5. One hundred and sixteen km. south of Mekele.
  382987. GAW 87-6. One hundred and sixteen km. south of Mekele.
  382988. GAW 88-1. One hundred and twenty-eight km. south of Mekele.
  382989. GAW 88-2. One hundred and twenty-eight km. south of Mekele.
  382990. GAW 88-3. One hundred and twenty-eight km. south of Mekele.
  382991. GAW 88-4. One hundred and twenty-eight km. south of Mekele.
  382992. GAW 88-6. One hundred and twenty-eight km. south of Mekele.
  382993. GAW 8&-1. One hundred and fifty-two km. south of Mekele.
  382994. GAW 89-2. One hundred and fifty-two km. south of Mekele.
  382995. GAW 89-3. One hundred and fifty-two km. south of Mekele.
  382996. GAW 89-4. One hundred and fifty-two km. south of Mekele.
  382997. GAW 89-5. One hundred and fifty-two km. south of Mekele.
  382998. GAW 89-6. One hundred and fifty-two km. south of Mekele.
  382999. GAW 89-7. One hundred and fifty-two km. south of Mekele.
  383000. GAW 89-8. One hundred and fifty-two km. south of Mekele.
  383001. GAW 89-9. One hundred and fifty-two km. south of Mekele.
  383002. GAW 89-10. One hundred and fifty-two km. south of Mekele.
  383003. GAW 90-1. Two hundred and eighty-five km. south of Mekele.
  383004. GAW 90-2. Two hundred and eighty-five km. south of Mekele.
  383005. GAW 90-3. Two hundred and eighty-five km. south of Mekele.
  383006. GAW 91. 1Two km. south of Kombolcha.
  383007. GAW 92-1. Ten km. south of Kombolcha.
  383008. GAW 92-2. Ten km. south of Kombolcha.
  383009. GAW 92-3. Ten km. south of Kombolcha.
  383010. GAW 92-4. Ten km. south of Kombolcha.
  383011. GAW 92-5. Ten km. south of Kombolcha.
  383012. GAW 92-6. Ten km. south of Kombolcha.
  383013. GAW 92-7. Ten km. south of Kombolcha.
  383014. GAW 92-8. Ten km. south of Kombolcha.
  383015. GAW 92-9. Ten km. south of Kombolcha.
  383016. GAW 93-1. Ninety-one km. south of Kombolcha.
  383017. GAW 93-2. Ninety-one km. south of Kombolcha.
  383018. GAW 93-3. Ninety-one km. south of Kombolcha.
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 382666 to 383209—Continued
  383019. GAW 94-1.     Eighteen km. west of Addis Ababa.
  383020. GAW 94-2.     Eighteen km. west of Addis Ababa.
  383021. GAW 95-1.     Thirty km. west of Addis Ababa.
  383022. GAW 95-2.     Thirty km. west of Addis Ababa.
  383023. GAW 95-3.     Thirty km. west of Addis Ababa.
  383024. GAW 96-1.     Fifty-seven km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
  383025. GAW 9G-2.     Fifty-seven km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
  383026. GAW 96-3.     Fifty-seven km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
  383027. GAW 98-1.     Two hundred and forty-three km. southwest of Addis
    Ababa.
  383028. GAW 99-1.     Two hundred and forty-one km. northeast of Jimma.
  383029. GAW 99-2.     Two hundred and forty-one km. northeast of Jimma.
  383030. GAW 99-3.     Two hundred and forty-one km. northeast of Jimma.
  383031. GAW 9&-4.     Two hundred and forty-one km. northeast of Jimma.
  383032. GAW 99-5.     Two hundred and forty-one km. northeast of Jimma.
  383033. GAW 104-8.     One hundred km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
  383034. GAW 106-1.     Twenty-two km. west of Ambo.
  383035. GAW 106-2.     Twenty-two km. west of Ambo.
  383036. GAW 106-3.     Twenty-two km. west of Ambo.
  383037. GAW 107-1.     Twenty-three km. west of Ambo.
  383038. GAW 108-1.     Twenty-four km. west of Ambo.
  383039. GAW 109-1.     Twenty-four km. west of Ambo.
  383040. GAW 109-2.     Twenty-four km. west of Ambo.
  383041. GAW 110-1.     Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
  383042. GAW 111-1.     Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
  383043. GAW 111-2.     Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
  383044. GAW 111-3.     Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
  383045. GAW 111-4.     Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
  383046. GAW 111-5.     Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
  383047. GAW 111-6.     Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
  383048. GAW 112-1.     Twenty-eight km. west of Ambo.
  383049. GAW 112-2.     Twenty-eight km. west of Ambo.
  383050. GAW 112-3.     Twenty-eight km. west of Ambo.
  383051. GAW 112-4.     Twenty-eight km. west of Ambo.
  383052. GAW 112-5.     Twenty-eight km. west of Ambo.
  383053. GAW 112-6.     Twenty-eight km. west of Ambo.
  383054. GAW 112-7.     Twenty-eight km. west of Ambo.
  383055. GAW 112-8.     Twenty-eight km. west of Ambo.
  383056. GAW 112-9.     Twenty-eight km. west of Ambo.
  383057. GAW 113-1.     Twenty-nine km. west of Ambo.
  383058. GAW 113-2.     Twenty-nine km. west of Ambo.
  383059. GAW 113-3.     Twenty-nine km. west of Ambo.
  383060. GAW 113-4.     Twenty-nine km. west of Ambo.
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382182 to 383209—Continued
 382666 to 383209—Continued
  383061. GAW 113-5. Twenty-nine km. west of Ambo.
  383062. GAW 113-6. Twenty-nine km. west of Ambo.
  383063. GAW 113-7. Twenty-nine km. west of Ambo.
  383064. GAW 114-1. Forty-four km. west of Ambo.
  383065. GAW 115-1. Forty-six km. west of Ambo.
  383066. GAW 115-2. Forty-six km. west of Ambo.
  383067. GAW 115-3. Forty-six km. west of Ambo.
  383068. GAW 116-2. Fifty-five km. west of Ambo.
  383069. GAW 116-5. Fifty-five km. west of Ambo.
  383070. GAW 117-1. Fifty-nine km. west of Ambo.
  383071. GAW 117-2. Fifty-nine km. west of Ambo.
  383072. GAW 117-3. Fifty-nine km. west of Ambo.
  383073. GAW 117-6. Fifty-nine km. west of Ambo.
  383074. GAW 118-1. Fifty-nine km. west of Ambo.
  383075. GAW 118-8. Fifty-nine km. west of Ambo.
  383076. GAW 118-9. Fifty-nine km. west of Ambo.
  383077. GAW 119-1. Sixty-five km. west of Ambo.
  383078. GAW 119-2. Sixty-five km. west of Ambo.
  383079. GAW 119-3. Sixty-five km. west of Ambo.
  383080. GAW 119-4. Sixty-five km. west of Ambo.
  383081. GAW 11^-5. Sixty-five km. west of Ambo.
  383082. GAW 119-9. Sixty-five km. west of Ambo.
  383083. GAW 119-10. Sixty-five km. west of Ambo.
  383084. GAW 120-1. Eighty km. northwest of Ambo.
  383085. GAW 121-1. Eighty-eight km. northwest of Ambo.
  383086. GAW 121-2. Eighty-eight km. northwest of Ambo.
  383087. GAW 121-3. Eighty-eight km. northwest of Ambo.
  383088. GAW 121^4. Eighty-eight km. northwest of Ambo.
  383089. GAW 122-1. Ninety-nine km. northwest of Ambo.
  383090. GAW 122-2. Ninety-nine km. northwest of Ambo.
  383091. GAW 122-3. Ninety-nine km. northwest of Ambo.
  383092. GAW 122-4. Ninety-nine km. northwest of Ambo.
  383093. GAW 122-5. Ninety-nine km. northwest of Ambo.
  383094. GAW 123-1. One hundred and three km. northwest   of   Ambo.
  383095. GAW 123-2. One hundred and three km. northwest   of   Ambo.
  383096. GAW 123-3. One hundred and three km. northwest   of   Ambo.
  383097. GAW 123-4. One hundred and three km. northwest   of   Ambo.
  383098. GAW 123-5. One hundred and three km. northwest   of   Ambo.
  383099. GAW 123-6. One hundred and three km. northwest   of   Ambo.
  383100. GAW 123-7. One hundred and three km. northwest   of   Ambo.
  383101. GAW 125-1. Forty-eight km. from Fincha.
  383102. GAW 125-2. Forty-eight km. from Fincha.
  383103. GAW 125-3. Forty-eight km. from Fincha.
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 382666 to 38320a-Continued
   383104. GAW 125-4. Forty-eight km. from Fincha.
   383105. GAW 125-6. Forty-eight km. from Fincha.
   383106. GAW 126-1. Sixty-five km. from Fincha.
   383107. GAW 126-2. Sixty-five km. from Fincha.
   383108. GAW 126-3. Sixty-five km. from Fincha.
   383109. GAW 126-4. Sixty-five km. from Fincha.
   383110. GAW 126-5. Sixty-five km. from Fincha.
   383111. GAW 128-1. Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
   383112. GAW 128-2. Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
   383113. GAW 128-3. Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
   383114. GAW 128-10. Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
   383115. GAW 128-11. Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
   383116. GAW 129-1. Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
   383117. GAW 129-2. Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
   383118. GAW 129-3. Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
   383119. GAW 130-1. Eighty-five km. east of Ambo.
   383120. GAW 130-2. Eighty-five km. east of Ambo.
   383121. GAW 130-4. Eighty-five km. east of Ambo.
   383122. GAW 130-5. Eighty-five km. east of Ambo.
   383123. GAW 130-6. Eighty-five km. east of Ambo.
   383124. GAW 131-1. Ninety-four km. east of Ambo.
   383125. GAW 131-2. Ninety-four km. east of Ambo.
   383126. GAW 131-3. Ninety-four km. east of Ambo.
   383127. GAW 131-4. Ninety-four km. east of Ambo.
   383128. GAW 131-5. Ninety-four km. east of Ambo.
   383129. GAW 131-6. Ninety-four km. east of Ambo.
   383130. GAW 134-1. Fifty-four km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
   383131. GAW 134-5. Fifty-four km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
   383132. GAW 135-1. Seventy-four km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
   383133. GAW 140-1. One hundred and thirty-two km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
  383134. GAW 140-3.    One hundred and thirty-two km. southeast of Addis
    Ababa.
  383135. GAW 141-1.   One hundred and thirty-four km. southeast of Addis
    Ababa.
  383136. GAW 141-2.   One hundred and thirty-four km. southeast of Addis
    Ababa.
  383137. GAW 141-3.   One hundred and thirty-four km. southeast of Addis
    Ababa.
  383138. GAW 141-4.   One hundred and thirty-four km. southeast of Addis
    Ababa.
  383139. GAW 141-6.   One hundred and thirty-four km. southeast of Addis
    Ababa.
  383140. GAW 142-1.    One hundred and forty-one km. southeast of Addis
    Ababa.
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382182 to 383209^-Continued
 382666 to 383209—Continued
   383141. GAW 142-2. One hundred and forty-one km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383142. GAW 142-3. One hundred and forty-one km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383143. GAW 142-4. One hundred and forty-one km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383144. GAW 143-1. One hundred and forty-nine km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383145. GAW 143-2. One hundred and forty-nine km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383146. GAW 144-1. One hundred and sixty-eight km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383147. GAW 144-2. One hundred and sixty-eight km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383148. GAW 144-3. One hundred and sixty-eight km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383149. GAW 144-4. One hundred and sixty-eight km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383150. GAW 144-5. One hundred and sixty-eight km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383151. GAW 144-6. One hundred and sixty-eight km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383152. GAW 144-7. One hundred and sixty-eight km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383153. GAW 144-8. One hundred and sixty-eight km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383154. GAW 144-9. One hundred and sixty-eight km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383155. GAW 144-10. One hundred and sixty-eight km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383156. GAW 145-1. One hundred and sixty-nine km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383157. GAW 145-2. One hundred and sixty-nine km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383158. GAW 145-3. One hundred and sixty-nine km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383159. GAW 145-4. One hundred and sixty-nine km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383160. GAW 145-5. One hundred and sixty-nine km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383161. GAW 145-6. One hundred and sixty-nine km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383162. GAW 145-7. One hundred and sixty-nine km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383163. GAW 145-8. One hundred and sixty-nine km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
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382182 to 383209--Coiitinued
 382666 to 383209—Continued
   383164. GAW 145-9.    One hundred and sixty-nine km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383165. GAW 145-10.    One hundred and sixty-nine km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383166. GAW 145-11.    One hundred and sixty-nine km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383167. GAW 146-1.    One hundred and seventy-one km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383168. GAW 146-2.    One hundred and seventy-one km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383169. GAW 146-3.    One hundred and seventy-one km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383170. GAW 146-4.    One hundred and seventy-one km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383171. GAW 146-5.    One hundred and seventy-one km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383172. GAW 146-6.    One hundred and seventy-one km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383173. GAW 146-7.    One hundred and seventy-one km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383174. GAW 146-8.    One hundred and seventy-one km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383175. GAW 147-1.    One hundred and seventy-one km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383176. GAW 147-2.    One hundred and seventy-one km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383177. GAW 147-3.    One hundred and seventy-one km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383178. GAW 147-4.    One hundred and seventy-one km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383179. GAW 14&-1.    One hundred and seventy-two km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383180. GAW 148-2.    One hundred and seventy-two km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383181. GAW 148-3.    One hundred and seventy-two km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383182. GAW 148-4.    One hundred and seventy-two km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383183. GAW 14&-5.    One hundred and seventy-two km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383184. GAW 149-2.     One hundred and seventy-nine km. southeast of
     Addis Ababa.
   383185. GAW 149-3.     One hundred and seventy-nine km. southeast of
     Addis Ababa.
   383186. GAW 149-4.     One hundred and seventy-nine km. southeast of
     Addis Ababa.
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382182 to 383209—Continued
 382666 to 38320^—Continued
   383187. GAW 149-5. One hundred and seventy-nine km. southeast of
     Addis Ababa.
   383188. GAW 150-1. One hundred and eighty-three km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383189. GAW 150-2. One hundred and eighty-three km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383190. GAW 150-3. One hundred and eighty-three km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383191. GAW 150-4. One hundred and eighty-three km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383192. GAW 150-5. One hundred and eighty-three km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383193. GAW 150-6. One hundred and eighty-three km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383194. GAW 151-1. One hundred and seventy-five km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383195. GAW 151-2. One hundred and seventy-five km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383196. GAW 151-3. One hundred and seventy-five km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383197. GAW 151-4. One hundred and seventy-five km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383198. GAW 151-5. One hundred and seventy-five km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383199. GAW 151-6. One hundred and seventy-five km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383200. GAW 151-7. One hundred and seventy-five km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383201. GAW 151-8. One hundred and seventy-five km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383202. GAW 151-9. One hundred and seventy-five km. southeast of Addis
     Ababa.
   383203. GAW 151-10. One hundred and seventy-five km. southeast of
     Addis Ababa.
   383204. GAW 151-11. One hundred and seventy-five km. southeast of
     Addis Ababa.
   383205. GAW 152-1. Holetta.
   383206. GAW 152-2. Holetta.
   383207. GAW 152-3. Holetta.
   383208. GAW 152-4. Holetta.
   383209. GAW 152-8. Holetta.
383210.   SACCHARUM (hybrid) Gramineae.                     Sugarcane.
From Mexico. Cuttings presented by Instituto para el Mejoramiento de la
    Produccion por Azucar, Mexico, D.F. Received September 27, 1973.
  'Mex. 57 337'.
178                     PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

383211.    PAP AVER BRACTEATUM           Lindl.     Papaveraceae.
                                                      Great scarlet poppy.
From Iran. Seed presented by the American Embassy, Tehran to N. J.
    Doorenbos, Department of Pharmacy, Mississippi State University, State
    College, Mississippi. Received September 28, 1973.
  'Arya IP. Mahabad, western Iran.
383212 to 383236. SACCHARUM (hybrid) Gramineae. Sugarcane.
From Fiji. Cuttings presented by The Fiji Sugar Corporation, Lautoka. Re-
    ceived October 2, 1973.
  383212. 'LF51-124'.                 383225. 'LF6&-9552'.
  383213. 'LF55-8283'.                383226. 'P70/5*.
  383214. 'LF61-1274'.                383227. 'P70/6'.
  383215. 'LF61-5257'.                383228. 'P70/7'.
  383216. 'LF62-1156'.                383229. 'P70/31'.
  383217. 'LF62-1583'.                383230. 'Homer'.
  383218. 'LF62-2810'.                383231. 'Mali'.
  383219. 'LF63-863'.                 383232. 'Ragnar'.
  383220. 'LF63-1823'.                383233. 'Spartan'.
  383221. 'LF64-1913'.                383234. 'Voma'.
  383222. 'LF64-2882'.                383235. 'Waya\
  383223. 'LF65-247'.                 383236. 'Yasawa'.
  383224. 'LF65-423'.
383237 to 383268.
From Spain. Seed collected June 1973, by Ian Forbes, Jr., Coastal Plain
    Experiment Station, Tifton, Georgia, and J. S. Gladstones, Department of
    Agriculture, Perth, Western Australia. Received August 21, 1973.
  383237. LOTUS sp. Leguminosae.
    NS-12. Twelve km. northeast of Guadalahara near Torija on Route 11.
 Plant 20.3 to 30.5 cm. tall with yellow flowers. Seeds just maturing.    Heavy,
  black, silty-clay along edge of road bank. Elevation 720 m. Wild.
  383238 to 383254. LUPINUS ANGUSTIFOLIUS L. Leguminosae.
                                                               Bitter blue lupine.
    383238. NS-1. On Route N. 11,17 km. northwest of Barcelona. Plant to
      0.6 m. tall. Seeds barely mature. Brown sandy loam on roadside.
      Elevation 1,180 m. Local name Altramuz azul. Wild.
    383239. NS-2. On Route N. 152, 31 km. north of Barcelona. Plant erect,
      0.5 to 0.6 m. tall. Seeds barely mature. Off highway, east towards Besos
      River. Brownish sandy loam. Elevation 750 m. Local name Altramuz
      azul. Wild.
    383240. NS-3. On Route N. 152,12 km. north of Ripoll. Plant to 0.5 m. tall,
      much branched. Few plants, most seeds immature. Short, fine-leaved
      plants with small seed. Brown sandy loam on roadside. Elevation
      1,400 m. Local name Altramuz azul. Wild.
    383241. NS-4. On Route N. 152 towards Puigcerda, 21 km. northwest of
      Ripoll. Plant 0.3 to 0.5 m. tall, much branched, annual herb. Similar to
      P.I. 383240. Few scattered plants, most seeds immature. Short, fine-
      leaved plants with small seed. Brown sandy loam on roadside. Eleva-
      tion 1,800 m. Local name Altramuz azul. Wild.
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383237 to 383268—Continued
 383238 to 383254—Continued
  383242. NS-5. On Route 1313, 3 km. east of Seo de Urgel. Herbaceous
    annual 0.5 to 0.6 m. tall. Seeds on nearby plants too immature to
    collect. Brownish sandy loam on roadside bank. Local name Altramuz
    azul. Wild.
  383243. NS-6. On Route 1313, 8 km. south of Seo de Urgel. Erect
    herbaceous annual to 0.6 m. tall. Seeds barely mature on earliest
    plants. Plants at other locations not mature. Waste land of light
    brown sandy loam. Elevation 700 m. Local name Altramuz azul.
    Wild.
  383244. NS-7. Along Route 1313, 12 km. east-northeast of Artesa de
    Segre. Erect plant 0.6 to 0.8 m. tall. May be a cultivated type.
    Nearly all seeds shattered, some collected from plants, some from ground
    surface. Light brownish sand. Elevation 450 m. Local name Altra-
    muz azul. Not certain whether cultivated or wild.
  383245. NS-8. Near Rio Segre river on Route 1313, Lerdia. Erect plant
    0.6 to 0.8 m. tall. Nearly all seeds had shattered, some picked off
    ground. Similar to P.I. 383244. Light brownish sand. Elevation
    150 m. Local name Altramuz azul. Not certain whether cultivated or
    wild.
  383246. NS-9. Along Rio Ebro river, Zaragoza. Erect plant 0.6 to 0.8 m.
    tall. All plants had shattered seeds, some picked off ground. Light
    brownish sand along river waste land. Local name Altramuz azul.
    Wild.
  383247. NS-11. Twelve km. northwest of Cidones on Route 234, 13 km.
    north of Soria. Short, finer-leaved, small seeded plant 0.3 to 0.5 m. tall.
    Few plants, immature seeds picked off ground. Brown sandy loam. Ele-
    vation 1,200 m. Local name Altramuz azul. Wild.
  383248. NS-16. On Route 110 to Riza, 6 km. northeast of Segovia. Erect
    plant 0.5 to 0.8 m. tall. Seed small, white seed coats with tan
    specks. Plants immature, seed collected from soil surface and beneath.
    Brown sandy loam on roadbank. Local name Altramuz azul. Wild.
  383249. NS-21. On Route 110, 0.5 km. south of El Burgo de Osma. Erect
    plant 0.6 to 0.8 m. tall. Seed shattering. Growing in association with
    subclover. Brownish clay loam on roadside near river. Elevation
    950 m. Local name Altramuz azul. Wild.
  383250. NS-27. On Route 121,28 km. north of Pamplona. Plant 0.6 m. tall
    with blue flowers. Seed immature. Small number of seed obtained from
    soil. Few plants at site. Brownish sandy loam. Elevation 750 m.
    Local name Altramuz azul. Wild.
  383251. NS-28. Elizondo, 23 km. south of French border on Route
    121. Plant 0.8 m. tall. Few plants, early maturing, could be due to lower
    altitude. Brown sandy loam on roadbank. Elevation 690 m. Local
    name Altramuz azul. Wild.
  383252. NS-30. On Route 630,15 km. south of Oveido. Plant 0.6 to 0.8 m.
    tall. Few plants, seed mature. Brownish sandy loam on road shoulder.
    Elevation 800 m. Local name Altramuz azul. Wild.
  383253. NS-31. Near Puentade los Fierros, 40 km. south of Oveido on
    Route 630. Short plant, fine-leaved, bushy type 0.3 to 0.5 m. tall. Brown-
    ish sandy loam on road shoulder. Elevation 1,100 m. Local name
    Altramuz azul. Wild.
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383237 to 383268—Continued
 383238 to 383254—Continued
   383254. NS-32. On Route VI, 25 km. east of Ponferrada. Erect annual to
     0.6 m. tall. Brownish loam on waste area along roadway. Elevation
     1,250 m. Local name Altramuz azul. Wild.
 383255 to 383257. LUPINUS HISPANICUS Boiss. & Reut.                Lupine.
   383255. NS-15. On Route 110 to Riaza, 5 km. northeast of Segovia. Ro-
     sette with light brownish seeds. Immature plants, few last year's seed
     collected off ground. Brown sandy loam on roadside. Elevation
     1,150 m. Local name Altramuz. Wild.
   383256. NS-18. On Route 110,12 km. northeast of Segovia. Rosette with
     white seeds. Most seeds immature, some seed collected from ground.
     Brown sandy loam. Elevation 1,280 m. Wild.
   383257. NS-20. On Route 110,10 km. south of Riaza. Rosette with brown
     seeds. Plants scattered and few. Seeds immature, but adequate
     number collected from soil. Brown sandy loam on road shoulder. Eleva-
     tion 1,350 m. Local name Altramuz. Wild.
 383258. MEDICAGO TORNATA (L.) Mill. Leguminosae.                    Medic.
   NS-25. Sierra del Aalara, 20 km. south of Tolosa on Route 240. Heavily
 grazed. One small patch with four burs only. Growing in association
 with Trifolium repens. Gritty brown clay loam. Elevation 800 m.
 Wild.
 383259.   ORNITHOPUS COMPRESSUS L.   Leguminosae.
   NS-17. On Route 110, 12 km. northeast of Segovia. Plants low growing,
 grazed. Most pods immature. Growing in association with Lupinus his-
 panicus. Brown sandy loam. Elevation 1,280 m. Wild.
 383260 to 383265. TRIFOLIUM REPENS L. Leguminosae.            White clover.
   383260. NS-10. The fighting bull pasture, 7 km. west-northwest of Soria
     off Route 234. Plant vigorous under heavy grazing. Seeds mostly im-
     mature. Black silty clay. Elevation 1,050 m. Local name Trebol.
     Wild.
   383261. NS-14. On Route 111 to Soria, 2 km. north of Medinaceli. Large
     type white clover. Common along roadside in heavy black silty clay.
     Elevation 900 m. Local name Trebol. Wild.
   383262. NS-23. Sierra del Aalarar, 2 km. south of Tolosa on Route
     240. Large type white clover. Grazed heavily. Dark brownish clay
     loam on roadside. Elevation 150 m. Local name Trebol. Wild.
   383263. NS-24. Sierra del Aalarar, 8 km. south of Tolosa on Route
     240. Large white clover. Moderate grazing. Brownish clay loam.
     Elevation 600 m. Local name Trebol. Wild.
   383264. NS-26. Sierra de Aaralar, 20 km. south of Tolosa on Route
     240. Large type white clover. Heavily grazed. Growing in association
     with Medicago tornata. Gritty brown clay loam. Elevation 800 m.
     Local name Trebol. Wild.
   383265. NS-29. On Route 111, Logrono. Large type white clover. Mod-
     erately grazed. Reddish clay loam on roadside meadow. Elevation
     400 m. Local name Trebol. Wild.
 383266 and 383267. TRIFOLIUM SUBTERRANEUM L.           Subterranean clover.
   383266. NS-10. On Route 110, 10 km. south of Riazo. Few mature
     seeds. Growing in association with Lupinus hispanicus. Brown sandy
     loam on roadside. Elevation 1,350 m. Wild.
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383237 to 383268—Continued
 383266 and 383267—Continued
   383267. NS-22. On Route 110, 0.5 km. south of East Burgode Osma.
     Heavily grazed. Brownish loam on roadside near river. Elevation
     950 m. Local name Trebol. Wild.
 383268. Undetermined Leguminosae.
   NS-13. Near Torija on Route 11,12 km. northeast of Guadalahara. Erect
 plant to 0.8 m. tall with pinkish flowers. Heavy black silty clay along edge of
 grain field. Elevation 750 m. Not certain whether cultivated or wild.

383269 to 383272.       STIZOLOBIUM ATERRIMUM              Piper & Tracy
  Leguminosae.                                                  Velvetbean.
From United States. Seed presented by Bio-Derivatives Corporation, Deer
    Park, New York. Received September 5, 1973.
  383269. 'African Black'.
  383270. 'African Striped'.
  383271. 'African White'.
  383272. 'African Yellow'. Medium early maturity.

383273.   ASPARAGUS OFFICINALIS           L.    Liliaceae.
                                                       Garden asparagus.
From Netherlands. Seeds presented by H. Kieft, Drieboomlaan, Hoorn.         Re-
    ceived September 17, 1973.
  'Lace Veil'.
383274.    ASPARAGUS OFFICINALIS L.              Garden asparagus.
From England. Seed presented by Thompson and Morgan Ltd., Ipswich. Re-
    ceived September 5, 1973.
  'Brocks Imperial F / . Early vigorous type.

383275.   LATHYRUS sp.         Leguminosae.
From Iran. Seed collected by J. L. Schwendiman, Plant Materials Center, Soil
    Conservation Service, Pullman, Washington. Received September 15,1972.
  334. Nujian, Dez Watershed Camp, 50 km. north of Khorramabad, Loristan
Province. Perennial to 1 m. tall, erect stems. Sod forming. Small pink bloom,
small stipule. Large leaves paired, sometimes four with two rudimentary.
Along creek, heavy red clay soil. Elevation 1,900 m. Wild.

383276 to 383278.     GLYCINE MAX (L.) Merr.            Leguminosae.
                                                                Soybean.
From China. Seed presented by Ma Ling, Deputy Director of Bureau, Ministry
    of Agriculture and Forestry, Peking, through Seed Exchange Service, Plant
    Production and Protection Division, Food and Agriculture Organization of
    the United Nations, Rome, Italy. Received September 10, 1973.
  383276. 31.923. 'Kirin No. 6'.
  383277. 31.924. 'Kirin No. 5'.
  383278. 31.925. 'Kirin No. 3'.

383279 to 383303.     SACCHARUM OFFICINARUM L.                Gramineae.
                                                                Sugarcane.
From Australia. Cuttings presented by Colonial Sugar Refining Company,
   Ltd., Macknade North Queensland, Sydney. Received October 17, 1973.
182                    PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

383279 to 383303—Continued
 383279.   'BN53-2029'.                383292.   'Q-77'.
 383280.   'BN56-5116'.                383293.   'Q-69'.
 383281.   'BN59-8752'.                383294.   'Q-81'.
 383282.   'BN62-2312'.                383295.   'Q-83'.
 383283.   'BN62-2314'.                383296.   'Sidon'.
 383284.   'BN62-2641'.                383297.   'SN40-746'.
 383285.   'Demos'.                    383298.   'SN40-1133'
 383286.   'Midas'.                    383299.   'SN40-5819'
 383287.   'MQ63-682'.                 383300.   'Triton'.
 383288.   'MQ63-714'.                 383301.   'Trojan'.
 383289.   'Pindar'.                   383302.   'Vindar'.
 383290.   'Q-57'.                     383303.   'Zeus'.
 383291.   'Q-68'.
383304 to 383306.    GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM L.            Malvaceae.
                                                         Upland cotton.
From Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seed presented by K. Budin, N. I.
    Vavilov Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received September 26,
    1973.
  383304. '159-F'.
  383305. 'S-1622'.
  383306. 'Vakhsh 5570'.
383307 and 383308.        TRITICUM   AESTIVUM L.      Gramineae.
                                                        Common wheat.
From Pakistan. Seed presented by A. Hassan Khan, Nuclear Institute for
    Agriculture and Biology, Lyallpur. Received October 25, 1973.
  383307. 'Mexipak-65'. Parental variety for P.I. 383308. High protein line.
  383308 'Rageni 15'. Mutant. High protein line.
383309.    PAPAVER BRACTEATUM Lindl.             Papaveraceae.
                                                   Great scarlet poppy.
From Iran. Seed collected by Quentin Jones, National Programs Staff,
    Agricultural Research Service, Beltsville, Maryland. Received September
    1973.
  'Ayra No. 1'.
383310 to 383325.
From Australia. Seed presented by D. E. Byth, Department of Agriculture,
    University of Queensland, St. Lucia. Received August 1, 1973.
  383310 to 383314. VIGNA MUNGO (L.) Hepper Leguminosae.            Urd.
    383310. C.P.I. 20142. 'Gwaliar 2'. India.
    383311. C.P.I. 27414. 'Woolly pyrol'. Trinidad.
    383312. C.P.I. 29973. 'Farid No. 1'. Sample 20A. Dacca, Pakistan.
    383313. C.P.I. 30100. 'B.G. 189'. Sample 185. India.
    383314. C.P.I. 30753. Sample 27. India.
                      JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                       183

383310 to 383325—Continued
  383315 to 383325.   VIGNA RADIATA (L.) Wilczek                     Mungbean.
    383315. Commercial A. 'Tallawang'.
    383316. Commercial B. 'O'Narragi'.
    383317. C.P.I. 27081. 'Yellow mungo'. Ceylon.
    383318. C.P.I. 27760. Argentina.
    383319. C.P.I. 30067. 'NP4\ Sample 154. India. Indigenous cultivated.
    383320. C.P.I. 30755-A. 'Pediseingyi'. Sample 1. India.
    383321. C.P.I. 3075&-B. 'Pediseingyi'. Sample 2. India.
    383322. C.P.I. 50847. 25/3. Thailand.
    383323. C.P.I. 50848. 3/4/13. Thailand.
    383324. C.Q. 387. 'Golden Ball\ Northern Territory.
    383325. Q. 10602. 'Jumbo Composite'. Introduced to Australia under
      Oklahoma number M758-M6-62-3/M.
383326 to 383338.
From Rhodesia. Seed collected by L. K. A. Paulington, Umtali. Received
     September 20, 1973.
  383326. BEWSIA BIFLORA (Hack.) Goosens. Gramineae.
     Clarement farm, near car park above Inyangombi Falls. Elevation 1,800 m.
  Rough, open grassland with bracken scrub, stony granite sandveld
  soil. Locally very common. February 1973.
  383327. ERAGROSTiscAPENSis(Thunb.) Trin. Gramineae.                 Love grass.
     1060. Rusape Town Lands near electric transformer station. Elevation
  1,400 m. Densely tufted perennial with closely packed old sheaths at
  base. Culms mostly 60 to 90 high, erect, slender. Leaves mostly basal,
  blades almost filiform. Inflorescense panicles, narrow and scantily branched,
  mostly 8 to 10 cm. long. Spikelets ovate, brown, 5 to 7 mm. long, many
  flowered, florets closely imbricate. Disturbed veld between main road and
  Station. Very shallow, poor granite sandveld, partly waterlogged soil. Lo-
  cally common in poorly drained areas. October 1972.
  383328. ERAGROSTIS NINDENSIS Fie. & Hiern
     1065. Granite whaleback (ruwari) Nitsanga near Rowa School. Elevation
  1,200 m. Shallow soils fringing the woodland near top of exposed granite.
  Detritus and shallow sand soil. Locally occasional. March 1973.
  383329. ERIOCHRYSIS PALLiDAMunro Gramineae.
     907. Mountain Home, Penhalonga. Roadside vlei on main road. Eleva-
  tion 1,200 m. Black vlei clay soil. Occasional. March 1973.
  383330. EUSTACHYS PASPALOIDES (Vahl) Lanza & Mattei Gramineae.
    831b. Townlands on main road to Beira, 80.5 km. west of old border
  post. Elevation 1,100 m. Disturbed road verges into mixed Msasa woodland.
  Grows in patches, also in adjacent open woodland that is
  apparently undisturbed. Perennial, mostly 50 to 70 cm. high, base strongly
  flattened, leaf sheaths folded, blades sharply keeled. Inflorescense digitate,
  racemes 5 to 8, brown. Two forms occur here, one with bright green leaves, the
  other with blue-green. This is the blue-green form. Granite gravel and
  rubble soil. Occasional. December 1968.
 383331. HEMARTHRIA ALTISSIMA (Poir.) Stapf & Hubb. Gramineae.
     P50. University grounds on west side of main drive, 482.8 km. north of
184                    PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

383326 to 383338—Continued
 entrance gate. Elevation 1,500 m. Wet drainage line in vlei. Strongly
 creeping perennial. Culms compressed, each with several flowering branches,
 up to 130 cm. long. Leaves with blades expanded at first, folding very readily,
 blunt at the apex. Inflorescence a solitary raceme, spikelike, compressed,
 awnless. Black vlei clay soil. Common in large patches. January 1968.
 383332. HYLEBATES CORDATUS Chippind. Gramineae.
   848. Townlands on main road to Beira, near Eastlands farm boundary.
 Elevation 1,000 m. On old anthill in mixed Msasa woodland. Heavy clay and
 black leaf-mold soil. February 1969.
 383333. MISCANTHIDIUM VIOLACEUM (K. Schum.) Robyns Gramineae.
   957. West of turnoff to farm De Rots. Elevation 1,554 m. Streambankin
 center of vlei. Black clay soil. Common. January 1971.
 383334.   OLYRA LATIFOLIA L.    Gramineae.
    1088. Northeast edge of Chirunda Forest. Elevation 1,000 m. Closed
 canopy indigenous forest, a tangle of undergrowth at edge of break in the forest
 canopy where Khya nyassica is common. Forest soils derived from dolerite.
 Very common in local patch under Khya. May 1973.
 383335. PANICUM DREGEANUM Nees Gramineae.
    Rusape Townlands near electric transformer station. Elevation
 1,400 m. Very shallow, poor granite sandveld, partially waterlogged soil.
 Locally occasional. November 1972.
 383336. RHYNCHELYTRUM RHODESIANUM (Rendle) Stapf & C. E. Hubb.
      Gramineae.
    1058. Rusape Townlands near electric transformer station. Elevation
 1,400 m. Densely tufted perennial. Culms 50 to 90 cm. high, erect, nodes
 conspicuously bearded. Leaf blades up to 2 mm. wide, rolled at first, later
 expanded. Inflorescense a narrow panicle. Spikelets with long hairs mainly
 on upper part. Disturbed veld between main road and electric transformer
 station. Very shallow, poor, granite sandveld soil. October 1972.
 383337. SPOROBOLUS PANICOIDES A. Rich. Gramineae.                     Dropseed.
   Granite whaleback (ruwari) Chitsanga, near Rowa School. Elevation
 1,200 m. Shallow soils fringing the woodland near top of exposed granite.
 Detritus and shallow sand soil. Locally common. March 1973.
 383338. TRACHYPOGON SPICATUS (L. f.) Ktze. Compositae.
    849. Umtali Heights. Elevation 1,600 m. Perennial, densely tufted,
 mostly 70 to 100 cm. high, erect. Leaf blades 2 mm. wide, tapering to a hair
 point. Inflorescense usually one, rarely two spikelike racemes, dense and
 hairy, 10 to 17 cm. long, with conspicuous, geniculate, hairy awns. Open
 highveld grassland. Brown clays from serpentine soil. Locally common.
 February 1969.

383339 to 383341.
From Iran. Seed collected by J. L. Schwendiman, Plant Materials Center, Soil
    Conservation Service, Pullman, Washington. Received September 15,1972.
  383339. VICIA ERVILIA (L.) Willd. Leguminosae.                Bitter vetch.
    351. Nujian. Annual to 25 cm. tall. Constricted pods. A heavy seeder,
  does not shatter. Seeded on watershed area. Produced a dense stand and a
  good seed crop. Wild.
  383340 and 383341. VICIA TENUIFOLIA Roth
                  JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                      185

38339 to 383341—Continued
  383340 and 383341—Continued
    383340. 343. Nujian. Rhizomatous perennial with large seeds, all shat-
      tered. Similar to V. cracca. Abundant in spots. Growing in associa-
      tion with local hairy vetch. Wild.
    383341. 367. Song-Tarash village. Perennial with purple blooms. Sod
      former. Similar to V. cracca. Wild.

383342.   ASPARAGUS OFFICINALIS          L.    Liliaceae.
                                                        Garden asparagus.
From England. Seed presented by Director, University of London, Botanical
   supply Unit, Englefield Green, Surrey. Received October 5, 1973.

383343 and 383344.      TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.           Gramineae.
                                                           Common wheat.
From Yugoslavia. Seed presented by Ivan Mihaljev, Department of Grenetics
    and Plant Breeding, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Novi Sad, Novi
    Sad. Received September 24, 1973.
  383343. IBO-460/616. Fertility restorer line for CMS lines of T. timopheevi.
    Winter type.
  383344. VK-64-28. Fertility restorer line for CMS lines of T. timopheevi.
    Winter type.
383345 to 383350.     TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.           Gramineae.
                                                        Common wheat.
From Poland. Seed presented by Jerz Brykczynski, Plant Breeding Station,
    Laski, Warsaw. Received October 24, 1973.
  383345. 'Aria'. Winter.            383348. 'Grana*. Winter.
  383346. 'Balta'. Winter.           383349. 'Luna'. Winter.
  383347. 'Dana'. Winter.            383350. 'Malwa'. Winter.

383351 and 383352.
From Germany. Seed presented by Director, Botanic Gardens, Palmengarten
    der Stadt, Frankfort/Main. Code numbers refer to 1969 Index Seminum.
    Received October 15, 1973.
  383351. ASPARAGUS OFFICINALIS L. Liliaceae.            Garden asparagus.
    261.
  383352. ASPARAGUS SPRENGERI Regel                    Sprenger asparagus.
    33.
383353 to 383361.     TRITICUM DURUM Desf.            Gramineae.
                                                          Durum wheat.
From Germany. Seed presented by Fritz Walther, Institute for Botany and
    Mycology, Julich/Rhineland. Received October 15, 1973.
  383353. No. 2002. 'Serf. Bir, Turkey. 1964.
  383354. No. 2003. Akcaveran, Turkey. 1964.
  383355. No. 2004. Ilya Kupkoyu, Turkey. 1964.
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383353 to 383361—Continued
  383356. No. 2006. 'Kabaksunter'. Golpazari, Turkey. 1964.
  383357. No. 2010. 'Cibre'. Kavacasu, Turkey. 1964.
  383358. No. 2012. Daday, Turkey. 1964. Selected from 'Anabugday'.
  383359. No. 2016. 'Vulgare tophas'. Cannakale, Turkey. 1964.
  383360. No. 2300. Top. Akbasak'. Bulublu, Turkey. 1964.
  383361. No. 2384. Top. Beyaz bugday'. Adiyaman, Turkey. 1964.
383362. TRITICUM AESTIVUM L. Gramineae. Common wheat.
From Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seed presented by K. Budin, N. I.
   Vavilov Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received October 6,1973.
  K-45879. 'Krasnodarskaja 39'. Krasnodar territory. Winter.
383363 and 383364.     PHLEUM PRATENSE L.         Gramineae.
                                                             Timothy.
From England. Seed presented by B. F. Tyler, Welsh Breeding Station,
    University College of Wales, Plas Gogerddan, Aberystwyth. Received
    October 17, 1973.
  383363. 'S.51'.
  383364. 'S.352'.
383365. IMPATIENS CONGOLENSIS G.M. Schulze & R. Wilczek
  Balsaminaceae.
From United States. Plant presented by Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square,
   Pennsylvania. Received October 25, 1973.
  Longwood No. 73872.
383366.   PHASEOLUS VULGARIS L.           Leguminosae.
                                                          Common bean.
From Venezuela. Seed presented by Gustavo Trujillo Pinto, Depart amento de
    Botanica Agricola, Facultad de Agronomia, Universidad Central de Vene-
    zuela, Maracay. Received October 16, 1973.
  'Venezuela 54*. Erect, indeterminate plant growth. Flowers mulberry,
appearing 33 days after germination. Long pods. Eighty-day maturity.
Seed medium, uniform, black.
383367 to 383369.
From Angola. Seed presented by Jorge Tenreiro Teles Grilo, Instituto De
    Investigacao Agronomica De Angola, Nova Lisboa. Received October 23,
    1973.
  383367. ASPARAGUS AFRICANUS Lam. Liliaceae.
  383368. ASPARAGUS OFFICINALIS L.                     Garden asparagus.
  383369. ASPARAGUS PLUMOSUS Baker                       Fern asparagus.
383370 to 383383.    LUPINUS ANGUSTIFOLIUS L.           Leguminosae.
                                                     Bitter blue lupine.
From Australia. Seed presented by John S. Gladstones, Department of
   Agriculture, South Perth. Received October 15, 1973.
                    J A N U A R Y 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                 187
383370 to 383383—Continued
 383370.    5-66A02-4-5-4.             383377.   5-66A02-26-5-7
 383371.    &-66A02-4-6-1.             383378.   5-66A02-37-3-2
 383372.    5-66A02-20-1-4.            383379.   &-66A02-37-4-3
  383373.   5-66A02-20-1-7.            383380.   5-66A02-40-2-3
  383374.   5-66A02-20-1-8.            383381.   5-66A02-44-1-9
  383375.   5-66A02-20-4-3.            383382.   5-66A02-44-14.
  383376.   5-66A02-20-4-5.            383383.   5-66A02-53-4-4


383384.     HELIANTHUS ANNUUS L.          Compositae.             Sunflower.
From Yugoslavia. Seed presented by Office of Agricultural Attache, American
    Embassy, Belgrade. Received September 18, 1973.
  'Majak'. Russian origin.


383385 to 383409.
From Poland. Seed presented by Stanislaw Nalepa, Institute of Plant Breeding
    and Acclimatization, Krakow. Received October 15, 1973.
  383385 to 383407. TRITICUM AESTIVUM L. Gramineae.          Common wheat.
    383385. 'Ardent'. Spring type.
    383386. 'Burgas IP. Winter type.
    383387. 'Drabant'. Spring type.
    383388. 'Extrem'. Winter type.
    383389. 'Forlani'. Spring type.
    383390. 'Iliczowka'. Winter type.
    383391. 'Janus'. Spring type.
    383392. 'Kaspar'. Spring type.
    383393. 'Klawitas'. Winter type.
    383394. 'Kleiber'. Spring type.
    383395. 'Kranich'. Winter type.
    383396. 'Lewrin'. Winter type.
    383397. 'M-65\ Winter type.
    383398. 'Mamut'. Winter type.
    383399. 'N-26\ Spring type. .
    383400. 'NS 11'. Winter type.
    383401. 'NS 524'. Winter type.
    383402. 'NS 720'. Winter type.
    383403. 'Rang*. Spring type.
    383404. 'Riebesel 47-51'. Winter type.
    383405. 'Salami'. Winter type.
    383406. 'Sappo 11693'. Spring type.
    383407. 'Weibull 12128'. Spring type.
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383385 to 383409—Continued
 383408 and 383409. x TRITICOSECALE Wittm. Gramineae.
   383408. 'BF-64R'. T.64 x Rosner F3. Winter.
   383409. 'BF-A3'. Winter type.
383410 to 383420.      TRITICUM DURUM Desf.            Gramineae.
                                                           Durum wheat.
From France. Seed presented by Ecole Nationale Superieure Agronomique,
   Montpellier. Received October 23, 1973.
 383410.   'Agathe'.
 383411.   33-9^-5-6. F 8 generation.
 383412.   102-6-7-14. F 8 generation.
 383413.   150-7-9-9. F 8 generation.
 383414.   177-17-2-2. F 8 generation.
 383415.   237-4-13-3. F 9 generation.
 383416.   2581-2-5-10. F 9 generation.
 383417.   2581-2-7-13. F 9 generation.
 383418.   2581-6-4-10. F 9 generation.
 383419.   2593-8-&-13. F 9 generation.
 383420.   2530-9-8-16. F 9 generation.
383421.    ARACHIS HYPOGAEA L.            Leguminosae.                Peanut.
From Brazil. Seed presented by Desiderio Aytai, Museu de Antropologia,
    Pontificia Universidade Catolica de Campinas, Campinas. Received Octo-
    ber 16, 1973.
  Wild type collected originally from Indian tribe in Xingu region by Nobue
Myazaki and reproduced at Campinas. Large pods with heavy ribbing, large
seed. About 6 months required from planting to maturity, or approximately
twice the time for normal cultivated types. Medium rainfall; poor, sandy soil in
Xingu area.
383422.    BRASSICA NAPUS L.          Cruciferae.                        Rape.
From France. Seed collected by A. J. Norden, Agronomy Department,
    University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Received October 16, 1973.
  'Tantal'. In the northern part of France. A forage rape that may have a
place as a winter forage crop in Florida. July 12, 1973. Cultivated.
383423 to 383431.      ARACHIS HYPOGAEA L.            Leguminosae.
                                                                  Peanut.
From Senegal. Seed collected August 1973 by A. J. Norden, Agronomy
    Department, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Received Octo-
    ber 16, 1973.
  383423. '47-16'. Bambey. Runner growth habit, 105 days to mature.
    Drought resistant. Cultivated.
  383424. '53-68'. Bambey. Small bunch plants, 105 days to mature.
    Drought resistant. Cultivated.
  383425. '59-127'. Bambey. Semirunner, very spreading bunch plants.
    120 days to mature. Drought resistant. Cultivated.
  383426. '1086'. Bambey. Bunch plant growth habit, drought resistant.
    Cultivated.
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383423 to 383431—Continued
 383427. 'CH 57-120'. Bambey. Short cycle, nondormant plant. Approxi-
   mately 90 days to mature. Cultivated.
 383428. 'CH 57-198'. Bambey. Short cycle, nondormant plant. Approxi-
   mately 90 days to mature. Cultivated.
 383429. 'H 55-437'. Bambey. Short cycle, nondormant plant. Numerous
   multiple leaflet leaves. Approximately 90 days to mature. Cultivated.
 383430. 'H 57-233'. Bambey. Short cycle, nondormant plant. Approxi-
   mately 90 days to mature. Cultivated.
 383431. 'N-39'. Bambey. Spreading bunch plant, drought resistant. 105
   days to mature. Cultivated.

383432 to 383437.
From Malawi. Seed collected by S. W. Braverman, Division of Plant Quarantine
     Services, East African Agriculture and Forestry Research Organization,
     Nairobi, Kenya. Received October 15, 1973.
  383432. CAJANUS CAJAN (L.) Millsp. Leguminosae.
    Thyolo, about 24.14 km. east-southeast of Limbe. Elevation 1,219 m.
  Plant 121.9 cm. by 83.8 cm. Pods 8.7 cm. long and 1.2 cm. wide. Six to seven
  seeds per pod, tan, spotted brown. Collected in field near tea growing
  areas. Cultivated.
  383433. DESMODIUM UNCINATUM (Jacq.) DC. Leguminosae.            Beggarweed.
     'Silverleaf. Agricultural Research Station, Bvumbwe, Limbe. Elevation
  1,143 m. Rainfall 121.9 cm. Cultivated.
  383434 and 383435. LYCOPERSICON ESCULENTUM Mill. Solanaceae. Tomato.
    383434. 'Marvel'. Grocery store, Blantyre. Imported from South Afri-
       can Seed Company, Johannesburg. Cultivated.
    383435. 'Red Kaki'. Grocery store, Blantyre. Imported from South Afri-
       can Seed Company, Johannesburg. Cultivated.
  383436. PHASEOLUS ATROPURPUREUS MOC. & Sesse ex DC. Leguminosae.
    'Serato'. Agricultural Research Station, Bvumbwe, Limbe. Eleva-
  tion 1,143 m. Rainfall 121.9 cm. Cultivated.
  383437. STYLOSANTHES GUYANENSIS (Aubl.) Swartz Leguminosae.
     'Schofield'. Agricultural Research Station, Bvumbwe, Limbe. Eleva-
  tion 1,143 m. Rainfall 121.9 cm. Cultivated.

383438 to 383457. PENNISETUM CLANDESTINUM Hochst. ex Chio-
  venda Gramineae.                           Kikuyugrass.
From South Africa. Seed presented by Pasture Research Station, Natal Region
   through Plant Introduction Officer, Department of Agricultural Technical
   Services, Pretoria. Received October 31, 1973.
 383438.   S-51.                         383446.   S-59.
 383439.   S-52.                         383447.   S-60.
 383440.   S-53.                         383448.   S-61.
 383441.   S-54.                         383449.   S-62.
 383442.   S-55.                         383450.   S-63.
 383443.   S-56.                         383451.   S-64.
 383444.   S-57.                         383452.   S^65.
 383445.   S-58.                         383453.   S-66.
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383438 to 383457—Continued
  383454. S-67.                          383456. S-69.
  383455. S-68.                          383457. S-70.

383458 to 383490.     SOLANUM TUBEROSUM L.          Solanaceae.
                                                                Potato.
From Mexico. Tubers presented by International Potato Center, Mexico D.F.
    Received May 7, 1973.
  383458. India clone 980.           383475. India clone 1041.
  383459. India clone 987.           383476. India clone 1044.
  383460. India clone 997.           383477. India clone 1055.
  383461. India clone 998.           383478. India clone 1058.
  383462. India clone 1001.          383479. India clone 1059.
  383463. India clone 1008.          383480. India clone 1060.
  383464. India clone 1014.          383481. India clone 1061.
  383465. India clone 1018.          383482. India clone 1062.
 383466. India clone 1021.           383483. India clone 1065.
 383467. India clone 1024.           383484. India clone 1068.
 383468. India clone 1026.           383485. India clone 1072.
 383469. India clone 1032.           383486. Cornell clone N503-1.
 383470. India clone 1033.           383487. Cornell clone N503-3.
 383471. India clone 1035.           383488. Cornell clone N503-12.
  383472. India clone 1036.          383489. Cornell clone N503-44.
 383473. India clone 1038.           383490. Cornell clone N1281-40.
 383474. India clone 1039.

383491 to 383498.     SOLANUM TUBEROSUM L.          Solanaceae.
                                                                Potato.
From Uganda. Tubers presented by R. T. Wurster, United States Agency for
    International Development, Kampala. Received November 15, 1972..
  383491. Clone 22.                   383495. Clone 39.
  383492. Clone 32.                   383496. Clone 40.
  383493. Clone 33.                   383497. Clone 41.
  383494. Clone 36.                   383498. Clone 43.

383499. SOLANUM TUBEROSUM L. S o l a n a c e a e .          Potato.
From Australia. Tubers presented by Department of Primary Industries,
    Brisbane. Received July 24, 1973.
  'Sequoia'.

383500. SOLANUM MAGLIA S c h l e c h t .   Solanaceae.
From Sweden. Tubers presented by Universitetets Botaniske Have, Botanic
   Garden, Copenhagen. Received February 15, 1973.
  CPC2057(2n=24).

383501 to 383526. MALUS SYLVESTRIS Mill. R o s a c e a e .              Apple.
From Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Scions presented by the N. I. Vavilov
                  JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                         191
383501 to 383526—Continued
   Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad to McGraw Experimental Garden,
   Portland, Oregon. Received January 23, 1973.
 383501. Source No. 14051. 'Anisikornskii'.
 383502. Source No. 185. 'Bashkirian Beauty'.
 383503. Source No. 1774. 'Chulanka'.
 383504. Source No. 2140. 'Creamy Kitaika'.
 383505. Source No. 570. 'Ermak'.
 383506. Source No. 761. 'Golden Kitaika'.
 383507. Source No. 1354. 'Golden Reinette'. From Kuysk.
 383508. Source No. 1322. 'Golden Reinette'. From Livland.
 383509. Source No. 1701. 'Golden Uralian'.
 383510. Source No. 404. 'Gruzhovka of Moscow'.
 383511. Source No. 1704. 'Juicy Uralian'.
 383512. Source No. 14438. 'Komlensk'.
 383513. Source No. 811. 'Korobovka'.
 383514. Source No. 1112. 'Paide's Winter Apple'.
 383515. Source No. 619. 'Poeltsamaa Winter Apple'.
 383516. Source No. 9090. 'Saninsk Kiraika'.
 383517. Source No. 1784. 'Sharopa'.
 383518. Source No. 14441. 'Solncedar'. (Sungift).
 383519. Source No. 11587. 'Sport 45'.
 383520. Source No. 885. 'Striped Tawny'.
 383521. Source No. 1617. 'Suvorovets'.
 383522. Source No. 1654. Toellisaare'.
 383523. Source No. 1703. 'Uralian Butter'.
 383524. Source No. 11699. 'Uralian Winter Apple'.
 383525. Source No. 375. 'Vinnoe'.(Wineapple).
 383526. Source No. 1110. 'Yellow Arkad'.

383527 to 383813.
From Turkey. Seed collected by J. L. Schwendiman, Plant Materials Center,
    Soil Conservation Service, Pullman, Washington. Received September 15,
    1972.
  383527. ACHILLEA sp. Compositae.
    84. Elazig. Perennial taproot to 10 cm. diameter. Small, cushion
  plant. Leaves very narrow, fleshy. Stems to 10 cm. long, semi-erect.
  Plant has ground cover potential. Wild.
 383528.   ACHILLEA sp.
   86. Forty km. northeast of Elazig. Perennial, tufted plant to 40 cm.
 tall. Yellow bloom, dwarf petals. Small, fleshy leaves. On roadside.
 Wild.
 383529. AEGILOPS TRIUNCIALIS L. Gramineae.                   Barb goatgrass.
   221. Gaziantep. Annual with long, round, awned heads. West slope
 with basalt rocks the size of a car. Dark silt loam soil. Wild.
 383530. AEGILOPS UMBELLULATA Zhuk. Gramineae.
   220. Osmaniye, twelve km. east of Kaypak. Annual with short, awned
 heads. Locally abundant on south limestone slope. Elevation 800 m. Wild.
192                       PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

383527 to 383813—Continued
 383531.   AEGILOPS sp.
   11. Fifty km. southeast of Ankara. Annual to 80 cm. tall, with 3 to 5 stems
 per plant. Narrow head to 10 cm. long, awnless, but lightly pubescent.
 Along road edge of wheatfields. Wild.
 383532 to 383536. AGROPYRON CRISTATUM (L.) Gaertn. Gramineae.
                                                          Crested wheatgrass.
   383532. 127. Eighteen km. northeast of Erzurum. 'Fairway' type. On
     dry roadside gravelly silt loam. Rainfall 450 mm. Elevation 2,000
     m. Growing in association with Festuca ovina. Local name "Otlak
      ayrigi". Wild.
   383533. 193. Ten km. west of Kars. 'Fairway' type. Isolated group of
     plants, poor seed set. Clay loam, well drained soil. Wild.
   383534. 196. Ten km. east of Kars. Mixed plant types. Seed from
     second growth, heads hardly mature. Rocky basalt silt loam. Adjacent
     to wheatfield, heavily grazed. Wild.
   383535. 216. Thirty-five km. south of Igdir. Dwarf, bluish type. Rocky
     basalt south slope. Wild.
   383536. 217. Ten km. north of Dogubayazit. Short plants, solid stand.
      Seed from second growth after heavy grazing. Valley bottom, slight
     alkali. Growing in association with Puccinellia.    Wild.
 383537 to 383541. AGROPYRON DESERTORUM (Fisch. ex Link) Schult.
                                                                   Wheatgrass.
   383537. 108. Erzincan. Mixed types in a 5-year-old planting. Seed
     from second growth. Rainfall 250 mm. Good silt loam soil in a swale.
     Elevation 1,300 m. Local name "Kir ayrigi". Cultivated.
   383538. 199. Kars, on the basalt butte south of town. Variable plants
     mostly tall with broad heads. South slope, absidion and shale over silty
     clay. Wild.
   383539. 205. Forty km. south of Kars, half way down steep grade. Broad
     head, short plants. Basalt boulder slope. Growing in association with
     mixed types. Wild.
   383540. 212. Seventeen km. south of Igdir. Second growth heads.
     Rocky basalt slope at foot of upgrade. Wild.
   383541. 223. Fifty km. south of Kars, near bottom of grade. Short plants,
     broad heads, broad leaves. Good silt loam soil. Elevation 1,200 m.
     Wild.
 383542 to 383544. AGROPYRON ELONGATIFORME Drobov
   383542. 119. Erzincan, 65 km. northeast between Boskoy and Cyirli.
     Narrow-leaved and fine-stemmed quackgrass. Several types included.
     Along irrigated wheatfield. Elevation 1,200 m. Wild.
   383543. 167. Ardehan. Dwarf, intermediate wheatgrass. Very uni-
     form patch. Fine stems, rapid creeper. On brown forest soil in pine-oak
     forest. Wild.
   383544. 200. Twenty km. south of Kars. Dwarf, rapid growing plant.
      Sod former. Fine stems. On black silt soil, rocky and well drained.
      Elevation 1,800 m. Wild.
 383545. AGROPYRON ELONGATUM (Host) Beauv.                     Tall wheatgrass.
   107. Erzincan. Blue type from a 5-year-old planting, 2 hectares in
 size. On good silt loam soil in a swale. Rainfall 250 mm. Elevation 1,300
 m. Local name "Yu sek otla ayrigi".
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383527 to 383813—Continued
 383546 to 383570.  AGROPYRON INTERMEDIUM (Host) Beauv.
                                                       Intermediate wheaigrass.
   383546. 33. Forty km. south of Nigde. Green strain, narrow leaf. Edge
     of cultivated field. Elevation 1,400 m. Wild.
   383547. 34. Forty km. south of Nigde. Blue strain, narrow leaf to 2 m. in
     diameter. Adjacent to P.I. 383546 and 7 days earlier in maturity. Eleva-
     tion 1,400 m. Wild.
   383548. 38. Ulukisla. Variable types, poor seed set. In graveyard.
     Wild.
   383549. 43. Gulek. Bulk collection, variable types. Some elongatum
     type heads. Open pine forest. Elevation 1,000 m. Wild.
   383550. 59. Golbasi. Plants green, -glaucous type, scarce. Heads
     sparse, highly sterile. In tree planting, protected one year. Wild.
   383551. 73. Twenty km. northeast of Maden. Vigorous sod former.
     Only one spot found. Heads variable, foliage dried up. In 5-year-old
     conifer planting, terraced clay, shale soil. Wild.
   383552. 87. Pertek. Green type with small heads. Spread rapidly. A.
     tricophorum mixture. Elevation 1,600 m. Wild.
   383553. 113. Erzincan, 28 km. toward Baskoy. Long heads, coarse
     foliage, poor fertility. Local name "Mavi ayrik."
   383554. 125. Twenty-one km. west of Askale. On dry rocky basalt
     hillside. Wild.
   383555. 131. Erzurum, 47 km. northwest towards Ovacik. Plant tall,
     vigorous, covers several acres. East slope, steep sedimentary
     limestone. Elevation 1,900 m. Wild.
   383556. 139. Eighteen km. northeast of Erzurum. Green variable heads,
     earliest plants hardly mature. In patches 3 m. in diameter. Gravelly silt
     loam. Rainfall 400 mm. Elevation 2,000 m. Wild.
   383557. 153. Twenty km. north of Erzurum. Almost solid stand in old
     cemetery. A. tricophorum mixture. Wild.
   383558. 179. Ten km. north of Ardehan. Variable forms, some lightly
     pubescent. Solid stand 5 hectares. On foothill slopes, silt loam soil over
     basalt. Wild.
   383559. 190. Twenty-four km. east of Gole. Variable types, mostly still
     blooming. Basalt covered south slope. Wild.
   383560. 203. Kars, 40 km. south before going down steep grade. Variable
     green types. Growing in association with Festuca ovina.
   383561. 206. Forty-five km. south of Kars. Dark blue-green type, coarse
     heads. No other types present. Basalt boulder slope. Wild.
   383562. 213. Igdir, 17 km. south at foot of grade. Plants large, blue.
     Growing in association with quackgrass. Basalt silt loam slope. Wild.
   383563. 214. Thirty-one km. south of Igdir. Variable types. Isolated
     patch 30 m. from pure A. trichophorum.      Basalt north slope. Wild.
   383564. 224. Kars, on the butte south of town. Bulk collection, plants
     variable. Few good seeds. Steep large basalt cliffs. Wild.
   383565. 225. Eight km. east of Kars. Single colony. A. elongatum type
     heads, creeping. Basalt silt loam. Wild.
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383527 to 383813—Continued
 383546 to 383570—Continued
      383566. 238. Five km. northeast of Kars. This type of plant rare. May
        be a possible hybrid, A. intermedium x A. repens. Bottom land heavily
        infested with A. repens. A. intermedium on uplands. Wild.
      383567. 239. Gaziantep. Trace of pubescence. Plants scarce, hardly
        mature. Elevation 800 m. Wild.
      383568. 240. Igdir. Dwarf type. On south slope, silty loam. Wild.
      383569. 248. Kars, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research
        Station, Ankara. Nursery No. Gr-10. 1959 harvest. Wild.
      383570. 249. Kars, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research
        Station, Ankara. Nursery No. G^9. 1959 harvest. Wild.
 383571 to 383578.   AGROPYRON INTERMEDIUM var. TRICHOPHORUM (Link) Halac.
    383571. 8. Near Ugulbey, 40 km. southeast of Ankara. Bulk collection,
      variable types, hardly ripe. Growing all over a steep north slope.
    383572. 20. Ten km. east of Nevsehir. Bulk collection, pubescence
      varies. Plants on pumice soil bordering a grape vineyard. Wild.
    383573. 95. Fifteen km. south of Tunceli. Plant creeping, blue foliage.
      Plants abundant, but only few second growth among oak brush. Wild.
    383574. 96. Pulumur. Basalt strewn, gravel soil on steep slope east
      side. Growing in association with Phleum, Festuca ovina, and
      Hordeum bulbosum. Wild.
    383575. 132. Erzurum, 47 km. northwest on road to Ovacik. Large
      robust plants under rosebush protection. Steep shale slope. Wild.
    383576. 197. Ten km. east of Kars. Mixed types, second growth. Heads
      hardly mature. Dry, rocky basalt slope near wheatfield. Growing in
      association with sheep fescue, Agropyron cristatum, A. intermediumt
      Bromu8 erectus, and Thymus. Wild.
    383577. 215. Thirty-one km. south of Igdir. Pure strain, most pubescent
      plants ever seen, hardly mature. One isolated patch. Rocky basalt
      south slope. Wild.
    383578. 219. Thirty-five km. south of Igdir. Dwarf blue plants. Clay
      loam soil. Wild.
 383579. AGROPYRON LEPTOURUM (Nevski) Grossh.
    194. Kars, in canyon west of town. Tall bunchgrass with A. intermedium
 like heads. Plant sparse. Rocky, clay loam on steep, east slope. Wild.
 383580 to 383582. AGROPYRON REPENS (L.) Beauv.
    383580. 177. Five km. north of Ardahan. Long heads, heavy seed
      producer. Most abundant grass in valley bottom. Does not get into dry
      hillsides. Black silt loam. Wild.
    383581. 218. Ten km. north of Dogubayazit. Plants small. Heads and
      spikelets narrow; bluish color leaves. In valley bottom; most abundant
      grass. Wild.
    383582. 241. Gule. Common bulk collection. Prevalent over entire
      valley bottom.
 383583.    AGROPYRON sp.
   207. Fifty km. south of Kars. Bunch type, broad glumes.         Small, dry
 heads, possibly no good seed. Severe gravel basalt, steep site.   Wild.
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383527 to 383813—Continued
 383584. AGROSTIS GIGANTEA Roth Gramineae.
    147. Ten km. north of Erzurum. Large plants. Deep clay loam soil in
 valley bottom along drainage ditch and adjacent wet meadow area where wild
 sedge and rushes are being cut for hay. Elevation 1,900 m. Rainfall 400
 mm. Local name "Aktavus otu.". Wild.
 383585. ALOPECURUS ARUNDINACEUS Poir. Gramineae.                    Foxtail.
    187. Forty km. south of Ardehan. Plant to 1.5 m. tall, large, awnless
 heads. Long leaves. In extensive wet mountain meadow cut for hay. In-
 fested with ergot. Wild.
 383586. ALOPECURUS PRATENSIS L.                             Meadow foxtail.
    148. Ten km. north of Erzurum. Plant tall to 1.5 m. Coarse leaves, few
 seeds remaining on heads. Deep clay loam soil in valley bottom along
 drainage ditch and adjacent wet meadow area where wild sedge and rushes are
 being cut for hay. Elevation 1,900 m. Rainfall 400 mm. Local name "Cayir
 tilki kuyr ugu." Wild.
 383587. ANDROPOGON sp. Gramineae.
    40. Forty km. south of Ulukisla. Perennial bunchgrass to 1.5 m.
 tall. Bright green basal foliage, semi-erect culms. Panicle open, 10 cm.
 long. First floret fertile with one deciduous awn. Two sterile florets with
 rudimentary awns. Wild.
 383588.   ANDROPOGON sp.
   49. Adana, forty km. north at Karaigaili. Perennial bunchgrass with
 spikelike panicles. Cluster of sterile florets with one fertile awned seed.
 Reddish glumes. On almost solid limestone rock. Growing in association
 with Hyparrhenia and oak brush. Wild.
 383589.   ANDROPOGON sp.
   61. Adyiaman, northwest at top of slope. Plant to 1.5 m. tall, foliage
 green. Closed panicles with many branches of different lengths. On steep
 slope of almost pure gravel. Wild.
 383590.   ANDROPOGON sp.
   62. Samsun, at top of grade. Perennial bunchgrass to 1.5 m. tall. Bright
 green basal foliage, semi-erect culms. Panicle open, 10 cm. long. First floret
 fertile with one deciduous awn. Sterile florets with rudimentary awns. At
 top of grade north of Friat river crossing. Steep, silt loam. Wild.
 383591. ANTHYLLIS VULNERARIA L. Leguminosae.                      Kidney-vetch.
   275. Erzican, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research Station,
 Ankara. Nursery No. L-1575. 1961 harvest. Wild.
 383592. ASTRAGALUS CICER L. Leguminosae.                             Milkvetch.
   123. Twenty-one km. west of Askale. Common. Plant had been har-
 vested for hay. Roadbank above irrigation ditch. Local name "Keci sakali."
 383593 and 383594. ASTRAGALUS GLYCYPHYLLOS L.                        Milkvetch.
   383593. 146. Ten km. north of Erzurum. Perennial plant. Sod former.
      Nonspiny branched stems to 30 cm. Spike heads, small dense
      pods. Grazed to 2.5 cm. where available to cattle. Deep clay loam in
      valley bottom along drainage ditch and adjacent wet meadow area where
      wild sedge and rushes are being cut for hay. Elevation 1,900 m. Rainfall
      400 m. Wild.
   383594. 228. Ardehan. Perennial plant to 25 cm. tall, 1.5 m. in diameter.
      Spreading, low habit, late maturing. On forest soil. Rainfall
      400 mm. annually. Growing in association with Pinus sylvestris.     Wild.
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383527 to 383813—Continued
 383595.    ASTRAGALUS HAMOSUS L.
  262. Oolaplioere, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research Station
 Ankara. Annual plant. Nursery No. L-1518. 1963 harvest. Wild.
 383596.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   28. Ten km. south of Nidge. Perennial plant, spiny. Low, cushion type
 with small, gray pinnate leaves. Sierozem soil on rocky outcrop. Growing in
 association with Artemisia aucheri and Poa bulbosa. Wild.
 383597.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   32. Forty km. south of Nidge. Perennial nonspiny taproot. Elevenpairs
 of leaflets, pinnate pubescent leaves. Stems branched, semi-erect to 10 cm.
 tall. Cloverlike head. Purple-blue flowers. Elevation 1,400 m. Wild.
 383598.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
    36. Forty km. south of Nidge. Perennial tap root, nonspiny. Leaves
 lightly pubescent, pinnate. Globose cloverlike head, 2.5 cm. in diameter.
 Light colored, mat forming. Growing on shale hillside with Thymus
 sp. Wild.
 383599.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   37. Forty km. south of Nidge. Perennial, nonspiny. Mat forming leaves
 to 5 cm. tall, 20 cm. in diameter, pinnate. Brown globose cloverlike heads to 1.5
 cm. in diameter, 3 cm. long. Wild.
 383600.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   83. Elazig. Perennial, spiny plant. Cushion type with short spines.
 Sparsely used by sheep. Top of grade northeast of town. Clay loam with
 basalt. Wild.
 383601.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   89. Pertek, near top of grade northeast of Elazig. Perennial taproot,
 nonspiny. Branched stems, 5 foliate leaflets. Has head similar to red
 clover. Elevation 1,900 m.
 383602.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   90.     Pertek.   Perennial, taprooted.   Foliage gray, pubescent.     Inflated
 pods.     Wild.
 383603.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   91. Pertek, near top of grade. Perennial plant, taproot, nonspiny. Basal
 leaves to 12 cm. long, 10-15 orbicular leaflet pairs. Seed pods 2 cm. long
 clustered around a 10 cm. spike on a 20 cm. stem. Brown soil, heavy limestone
 basalt mixture. Elevation 1,400 m. Wild.
 383604.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   104. Dagyolo. Perennial, taproot, succulent, pale green glaucous. Ten
 to twelve erect stems, 1 cm. in diameter and 50 cm. tall. Six pairs of large
 leaflets. Seed in pod on a spike. Steep, north slope on road, deep clay
 loam. Elevation 1,900 m.
 383605.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   151. Twenty km. north of Erzurum. Perennial, small spiny bush. Gray
 foliage, seeds clustered on end of elongate head. On 20 cm. tall stem. Dry
 hillside. Wild.
 383606.    ASTRAGALUS sp.
   175. Twenty km. west of Ardehan. Perennial plant. Several coarse
 stems to 1 m. tall and 2 cm. in diameter. Many-branched, triangular seed pods
 hanging from terminal spikes. On roadside in deep silt loam. Wild.
 383607. BECKMANNIA ERUCIFORMIS (L.) Host Gramineae.
   145. Ten km. north of Erzurum. Large plants, heavily utilized by
 cattle. Deep clay loam in valley bottom along drainage ditch and adjacent wet
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383527 to 383813—Continued
 meadow area where wild sedge and rushes are cut for hay. Elevation 1,900
 m. Rainfall 400 mm. Local name "Toparlak." Wild.
 383608 to 383611. BOTHRIOCHLOA ISCHAEMUM (L.) Keng Gramineae.
                                                       King's Ranch bluestem.
   383608. 5. Ankara city limits. Perennial plant. The most abundant
     perennial grass in this tree planting. Very few plants have seed
     heads. First seed barely ripe. Wild.
   383609. 31. Thirty km. south of Nidge. Dense cover. Along irrigation
     ditch. Wild.
   383610. 161. Twenty km. east of Artuin. Common perennial plant.
     Most abundant perennial species in the oak-wooded area. Second growth
     seed. Brown forest soil. Local name "Sakal otu." Wild.
   383611. 209. Sixty km. south of Kars. Common perennial. Most abun-
     dant perennial in dryland grass. Elevation 1,500 m. Wild.
 383612 to 383614. BRACHYPODIUM PINNATUM (L.) Beauv. Gramineae.
                                                    Japanese falsebrome grass.
   383612. 51. Osmaniye, 12 km. east of top of grade near Kaypak. Peren-
     nial plant with pale green glaucous leaves. Few-awned spikelets per head
     on a pedicel. Persisting in spiny oak brush. Elevation 800 m. Wild.
   383613. 58. Golbasi, on road to Mara. Pale green, loose spike. Few
     spikelets on pedicel. Heads protected from grazing. In creek bottom
     with wild blackberry. Wild.
   383614. 166. Fifty km. east of Artvin. Perennial plant. Small heads,
     pale green foliage. Most abundant perennial grass at lower edge of Pinus
     sylvestris forest. Deep brown forest soil. Growing in shady areas.
     Wild.
 383615 and 383616. BROMUS ERECTUS Huds. Gramineae.
   383615. 143. Five km. northeast of Erzurum. Bunchgrass to 1 m.
     tall. Very pubescent basal foliage. Plants sparse. Least abundant
     species in protected tree planting. Growing in association with Festuca
     ovina, Phleum and Koeleria. Wild.
   383616. 195. Five km. east of Kars. Few stems, short pubescent leaves.
     In a solid stand of Festuca ovina (blue type) too thick to
     make seed. Rocky, silt loam. Elevation 1,750 m. Wild.
 383617. BROMUS INERMIS Leyss.                            Smooth bromegrass.
   189. Two km. east of Gole. Few heads, stemmy. On well drained site on
     mountain meadow cut for hay. Wild.
 383618 to 383622. BROMUS TOMENTELLUS Boiss.
   383618. 80. Elazig, top of grade northeast of town. Narrow, pubescent,
     basal leaves. High seed sterility. Broken basalt on the surface of clay
      loam. Elevation 1,360 m. Wild.
   383619. 118. Erzincan, 36 km. toward Baskoy. Pubescent basal foliage,
     few seed heads. Similar to B. erectus. Sedimentary shale slope with red
     clay soil. Elevation 2,000 m. Wild.
   383620. 133. Erzurum. 50 km. northwest on road to Ovacir. Pubescent
     leaves. Steep limestone slope on road cut. Wild.
   383621. 174. Thirty km. west of Ardehan. Perennial bunchgrass to 1 m.
     tall. Leaves only slightly pubescent, dark green. Locally abundant on
     steep south basalt clay loam slope. Wild.
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383527 to 383813—Continued
 383618 to 383622—Continued
    383622. 191. Twenty-four km. east of Gole. Most plants have long, green,
      glaucous leaves.
 383623. CALAMAGROSTIS EPIGEIOS (L.) Roth Gramineae.
    129. Erzurum, 47 km. northwest on road to Ovacik. Perennial, weedy, sod
 former in low areas. Along river on silt deposits. Local name "Kum
 sazi." Wild.
 383624. CAREX sp. Cyperaceae.
    124. Twenty-one km. west of Askale. Bunch type to 25 cm. tall. Heads
 like wheat, two to three in series with extending leaves. Along irrigation
 ditch. Wild.
 383625. CENCHRUS CILIARIS L. Gramineae.                           Buffelgrass.
    39. Twenty km. south of Ulukisla. Common perennial grass. South
 basalt slope in open pine forest toward the Mediterranean. Elevation 1,300
 m. Wild.
 383626. CICER ANATOLICUM Alef. Leguminosae.
    105. Dogyolo. Serrated leaves. One black seed per pod. Steep north
 slope on road cut, deep clay loam. Rainfall 400 mm. Elevation 1,900
 m. Wild.
 383627. COLUTEA ARBORESCENS L.                                 Bladder senna.
    23. Goreme. Plant to 2 m. tall. Seed holding well, full of weevil. On
 limestone soil. Wild.
 383628. CORONILLA SCORPIOIDES (L.) Koch Leguminosae.
    184. Ten km. north of Ardehan. Plant semi-erect. Leaves narrow, pods
 long. Not erect like C. varia. On silt loam hillside among large basalt
 boulders. Local name "Taria bostam." Wild.
 383629 to 383631. CORONILLA VARIA L.                             Crownvetch.
    383629. 16. Ten km. east of Nevsehir. Pumice soil. Wild.
    383630. 42. Gulek. Common plant. Heavily grazed outside of fenced
       area. Rocky slope in open pine forest. Elevation 1,000 m. Wild.
    383631. 231. Twenty-one km. west of Askale. Common, locally abundant.
       On roadbank above irrigation ditch. Had been cut for hay. Wild.
 383632. CRATAEGUS sp. Rosaceae.
    159. Sixty km. north of Tortum. Woody shrub to 2 m. tall. Only plant
 ever found with seed. On dry, rocky slopes of limestone and basalt. Wild.
 383633.. CYNODON DACTYLON (L.) Pers. Gramineae.                Bermudagrass.
    53. Gaziantep, Toprasku Camp. Early maturity. Poor seed. Gravel
 silt loam. Wild.
 383634 to 383638. DACTYLIS GLOMERATA L. Gramineae.              Orchardgrass.
    383634. 9. Ankara, 40 km. southeast near Ugulbey. Tall plant, narrow
       blue leaves. Steep north slope, rocky clay loam. Wild.
    383635. 55. Gaziantep, 30 km. on Highway 59 to Maras at top of
       grade. Dwarf plant, narrow leaves. Plants scarce. West slope with
       car-size basalt rocks, dark soil. Elevation 800 m. Wild.
    383636. 88. Pertek. Dwarf plant with very fine heads. Second growth.
       At top of pass next to wheatfield. Wild.
    383637. 106. Dogyolo. Dwarf plant, narrow leaves. Steep north slope
       on road cut, deep clay loam. Rainfall 400 mm. Elevation 1,900
       m. Local name "Domuz ayrigi." Wild.
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383527 to 383813—Continued
 383634 to 383638—Continued
   383638. 180. Ten km. north of Ardehan. Plant to 60 cm. tall, narrow
      leaves. In favorable spot in basalt rock and silty clay slopes. Wild.
 383639. DELPHINIUM sp. Ranunculaceae.
   244. Ten km. north of Erzurum. Biennial or perennial plant to 1 m.
 tall. Slender, branched stems, blue spikes to 10 cm. Along drainage
 ditch. Wild.
 383640. DESCHAMPSIA CAESPITOSA (L.) Beauv. Gramineae. Tufted hairgraas.
   115. Erzincan, 28 km. toward Baskoy. Plant to 1.5 m. tall, very large for
 this species. In wet spot on hillside. Elevation 1,400 m. Local name "Kans."
 383641. DORYCNIUM ANATOLICUM Boiss & Heldr. Leguminosae.
   278. Ardehan-Kars, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research
 Station, Ankara. Nursery No. L-1402. 1969 harvest. Wild.
 383642 to 383644. ECHINOCHLOA CRUSGALLI (L.) Beauv. Gramineae.
   383642. 70. Thirty km. northeast of Diyarbakir. Long heads and awns.
      In upland ricefield. Wild.
   383643. 211. Ten km. east of Igdir. Plant to 1 m. tall, long awns. In
      barren pit along road with Polygonum.      Wild.
   383644. 242. Diyarbakir. Common plant with short awns. Weed on
      experiment station and over adjacent irrigated areas. Wild.
 383645. ELAEAGNUS sp. Elaeagnaceae.
   135. Erzurum, 45 km. northwest along river bottom and steep slopes on
 road to Ovacik. Perennial, woody, spiny shrub to 2 m. tall. Gray, narrow,
 willowlike leaves. Fruits greenish yellow to 1 cm. in diameter, sessile on new
 stems. Not eaten by sheep and goats. Wild.
 383646.   ELAEAGNUS sp.
   158. Twenty-six km. north of Tortum. Perennial, woody shrub to 1.5 m.
 tall. Gray, willowlike leaves, spinylike Russian olive. Fruit black, sessile,
 one-seeded. Dry, rocky hillside. Wild.
 383647. FESTUCA ARUNDINACEA Schreb. Gramineae.                    Tall fescue.
   116. Erzincan, 28 km. toward Baskoy. Plant coarse, seeds long and
 awned. Wet spot. Elevation 1,400 m. Local name "Kamissi yumak."
 Wild.
 383648 to 383655. FESTUCA OVINA L.                              Sheep fescue.
   383648. 21. Goreme. Plants to 30 cm. tall, blue foliage. Seed sparse.
      North slope of pumice and limestone soil. Wild.
  383649. 65. Karacadag, 40 km. southwest of Diyabarkir. Small, blue
      leaves. Seed scarce, picked all that were found on 2 hectares. Among
      large basalt boulders. Growing in association with Poa bulbosa and
     Hordeum bulbosum. Wild.
   383650. 92. Pertek. Plants blue and green, few seeds. Top of grade,
      north slope, deep soil. Elevation 1,400 m. Wild.
   383651. 109. Erzincan. Dwarf plants with blue leaves. Dense stand,
      few heads. On north slope of silt loam basalt gravel. Growing in
      association with Koeleria, Phleum and spiny Astragalus. Elevation 1,200
      m. Local name "Yumak otu." Wild:
   383652. 137. Eighteen km. northeast of Erzurum. Plant tall, to 40
      cm. Blue foliage, almost pure stand. Gravelly silt loam soil. Rainfall
      400 mm. Elevation 2,000 m. Wild.
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383527 to 383813—Continued
 383648 to 383655—Continued
   383653. 140. Five km. northeast on main highway to Erzurum. Exten-
     sive 10 hectare areas in protected tree planting slope. Growing in
     association with Bromus erectus. Wild.
   383654. 202. Forty km. south of Kars. Small blue plants on solid
     stand. Most abundant species on dry basalt sites. Wild.
   383655. 227. Thirty km. south of Ardehan. Single plant selection with
     blue foliage. Abundant on slopes, heavily grazed. Wild.
 383656 and 383657. FESTUCA PRATENSIS Huds.                Meadow fescue.
   383656. 122. Sixty-five km. northeast of Erzincan. Perennial plant.
     Short and awnless. On river bottom. Growing in association with
     Iris. Wild.
   383657. 178. Five km. north of Ardahan. Plant medium size for species,
     some with awns. Holding its own with quackgrass on roadsides in valley
     bottom. Wild.
 383658.   FESTUCA SPECTABILIS Jan ex Bertoloni
   117. Erzincan, 36 km. toward Baskoy. Perennial bunchgrass. Semi-
 erect, coarse basal leaves. Stems to 1.5 meters tall. Steep hillside, shale
 slope. Elevation 2,000 m. Wild.
 383659.   FESTUCA sp.
   173. Fifty km. west of Ardehan. Perennial tufted with fine, harsh
 leaves. Head awned, seed shattered. In 1 to 3 hectare patches above
 timberline. Not eaten by goats or cattle. Wild.
 383660. HEDYSARUM sp. Leguminosae.
   2. Within city limits of Ankara. Perennial taproot plants, rhizomatous,
 to 30 cm. tall, 1 m. in diameter. Stems coarse, 1 to 3 seeds in a loment. Blos-
 som dried around seed. In 7- to 10-year-old tree planting oiPinus sylvestris,
 east slope. Wild.
 383661.   HEDYSARUM sp.
   35. Forty km. south of Nidge. Perennial taproot plants to 40 cm. in
 diameter, 20 cm. tall. Two or three seed, but mostly one seed hanging within
 dried up blossoms. Similar to P.I. 383660. On chestnut soil. Elevation
 1,400 m. Wild.
 383662.   HEDYSARUM sp.
  272. Doloplidere, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research Station,
 Ankara. Nursery No. L-1064. 1961 harvest. Wild.
 383663.   HEDYSARUM sp.
   273. Erzurum, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research Station,
 Ankara. Nursery No. Lr-1068. 1961 harvest. Wild.
 383664. HIEROCHLOE sp. Gramineae.
   169. Ardehan. Perennial to 30 cm. tall. Few stems, open panicle
 drooping. Seed pods round. In native mountain meadow, irrigated and
 being cut for hay as important component. Wild.
 383665 and 383666. HORDEUM BULBOSUM L. Gramineae. .
   383665. 10. Ankara, 40 km. southeast near Ugulbey. Plant to 1 m. tall,
     shattered badly. Most abundant grass. Growing in association with
     Agropyron trichophorum. Wild.
   383666. 54. Gaziantep, 30 km. north on Highway 59 to Maras at top of
     grade. Most common perennial. Car-size basalt rocks on west slope
     with dark soil. Elevation 800 m. Wild.
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383527 to 383813—Continued
 383667. HORDEUM VIOLACEUM Boiss. & Hohen. ex Boiss. Gramineae.
   245. Tenkm.northof Erzurum. Plants sparse. Seed shattered. Along
 drainage ditch in bottom of valley. Wild.
 383668. HYACINTHUS sp. Liliaceae.
   237. Fifty km. north of Adana. Bulbous plant with single stem to 20 cm.
 tall. Bright red cluster of red seeds. Scarce but present at low elevation
 favorable site in oak brush forest. Wild.
 383669. HYPARRHENIA HIRTA (L.) Stapf Gramineae.
   48. Adana, 40 km. north at Karalgaili. Common and abundant plant.
 Poor seeders. Not eaten readily by goats, but no previous season growth
 found. On steep almost solid limestone hill. Elevation 800 m. Wild.
 383670. IRIS sp. Iridaceae.
   235. Tercan. Perennial plant to 1 m. tall. Slender leaves, large seed
 pods. Found in wet meadow, but occasionally seen in city pond. Possible use
 for shore erosion control. Wild.
 383671. JUNIPERUS COMMUNIS L. Pinaceae.                      Common juniper.
   163. Forty km. east of Artvin. Plant to 1 m. tall with 2 m. spread. Sharp
 needles. Few plants have abundant seed. South slope of mountains in oak
 brush forest.
 383672 to 383675. KOELERIA CRISTATA (L.) Pers. Gramineae.
   383672. 1. Within northeast city limits of Ankara. Plant to 25 cm. tall,
      gray green. Very few found. In 7- to 10-year old planting of Pinus
      8ylve8trt8. Clay loam. Wild.
   383673. 29. Ten km. south of Nidge. Perennial in tufts 25 cm. across, 10
      cm. high. Foliage green, seed ripe.
   383674. 82. Elazig, top of grade northeast of town near graveyard. On
      basalt pavement over dark silt loam. Wild.
   383675. 142. Five km. northeast of Ezurum. Plant large to 50 cm. tall,
      vigorous. Growing in tree planting with Festuca ovina and Phleum
      boehmeri. Local name "Kirnal." Wild.
 383676. KOELERIA PHLEOIDES (Vill.) Pers.
   111. Erzincan. Abundant plants, poor seed set. North slope with silt
 loam basalt gravel. Growing in association with Festuca ovina, Phleum and
 spiny Astragalus. Wild.
 383677 to 383679. LATHYRUS SATIVUS L. Leguminosae.              Grass peavine.
   383677. 267. Zonguldak-Dogongay, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry
      Research Station, Ankara. Annual plant. Nursery No. L-673.
      1959 harvest. Cultivated.
   383678. 268. Eskisehir-Dogongay, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry
      Research Station, Ankara. Annual plant. Nursery No. L-1490. Cul-
      tivated and wild.
   383679. 269. Igel-Anamur, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Re-
      search Station, Ankara. Nursery No. L-1562. 1963 harvest. Culti-
      vated.
 383680. LATHYRUS sp. Leguminosae.
   100.    Dogyolo. Perennial with long vines and tendrils. Seed shat-
 tered. Steep north slope on road cut. Deep clay loam. Rainfall 400 mm.
 Elevation 1,900 m. Wild.
 383681.   LATHYRUS sp.
   103. Dogyolo. Perennial to 20 cm. tall, base with erect stems. Pods 4 cm.
 long. Leaves long, paired. No tendrils. Similar to Thermopsis. Wild.
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383527 to 383813—Continued
 383682. LENS CULINARIS Medic. Leguminosae.                             Lentil.
   270. Hakkari, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research Station,
 Ankara. Small seeded. Nursery No. L-784. 1960 harvest. Cultivated.
 383683. LINUM sp. Linaceae.
   12. Fifty km. southeast of Ankara. Perennial with very narrow leaves.
 Plants scarce along road. Wild.
 383684. LIPPIA sp. Verbenaceae.
   45. Adana, south of town. Perennial plant, low growing. Broad leaves
 with small purple blossoms. Stolons root at the nodes. Used for bank
 stabilization, propagated vegetatively. Wild and cultivated.
 383685 to 383690. LOTUS CORNICULATUS L. Leguminosae. Birdsfoot trefoil.
   383685. 79. Sivrice. Perennial with narrow leaves. In tide flats and
     wet spots at end of lake Hasar. Wild.
   383686. 102. Dogyolo. Plant with broad leaves. Along irrigation ditch
     on steep north slope of road cut. Deep clay loam. Rainfall 400 mm.
     Elevation 1,900 m. Local name "Gazal boynuzu." Wild.
   383687. 134. Erzurum, 45 km. northwest of road to Ovacik. Mixed types.
     Along irrigation ditch. Wild.
   383688. 150. Ten km. north of Erzurum. Pasture type. Deep clay loam
     in valley bottom along drainage ditch and adjacent wet meadow area where
     wild sedge and rushes are cut for hay. Rainfall 400 mm. Elevation
     1,900 m. Wild.
   383689. 192. Twenty-five km. west of Kars. Narrow-leaved prostrate
     type. Heavily grazed. In native mountain pasture with Agrostis alba
     and Medicago falcata. Wild.
   383690. 264. Kars-Tepelerkayu, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry
     Research Station, Ankara. Nursery No. H 1 2 9 . 1959 harvest. Wild.
 383691.   LOTUS MAROCCANUS Ball
    263. Adana-Osmaniye, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research
 Station, Ankara. Nursery No. Lr-1416. 1961 harvest. Wild.
 383692. LUPINUS ANGUSTIFOLIUS L. Leguminosae.             Bitter blue lupine.
    271. Samsun, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research Station,
 Ankara. Nursery No. L-1523. 1963 harvest. Wild.
 383693 to 383695. MEDICAGO FALCATA L. Leguminosae.
                                                      Yellow-flowered alfalfa.
   383693. 93. Pertek. Plants with yellow blossom, sickle pod. First seeds
      maturing, plants spreading. North slope, deep brown soil in protected
      field. Wild.
   383694. 182. Ten km. north of Ardehan. Plants small, abundant.
      Stems prostrate, fine. Narrow leaves, purple flowers. Sickle pod. On
      hillside pasture closely grazed. Wild.
   383695. 232. Ten km. north of Ardehan. Narrow leaves, and stems.
      Flowers 100-percent yellow.. Most abundant plant in large areas of well
      drained mountain pasture. Growing in association with Lotus cornicula-
      tu8 and Agrostis alba. Elevation 2,000 m. Wild.
 383696 to 383699. MEDICAGO LUPULINA L.                         Black medic.
   383696. 17. Tenkm.eastofNevsehir. Long stems, sparse seed. Pumice
     soil in irrigation ditch. Wild.
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383527 to 383813—Continued
 3836% to 383699—Continued
    383697. 149. Ten km. north of Erzurum. Plants scarce, but large. Deep
      clay loam in valley bottom along drainage ditch and adjacent wet meadow
      area where wild sedge and rushes are cut for hay. Rainfall 400 mm. El-
      evation 1,900 m. Wild.
    383698. 201. Twenty km. south of Kars. Common. Along side of roads
      and edges of wheatfield. Wild.
    383699. 265. Trahzon, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research Sta-
      tion, Ankara. Nursery No. L-729. 1959 harvest. Wild.
 383700. MEDICAGO ORBICULARIS (L.) Bart                     Buttonclover medic.
    266. Ankara-Zirfali, via Grasslands and Animal Husbandry Research Sta-
 tion, Ankara. Nursery No. L-1872. 1962 harvest. Wild.
 383701.   MEDICAGO SATIVA L.                                          Alfalfa.
   112. Erzincan. Creeping, low crown with sickle pod. Purple blooms.
 North slope silt loam, basalt gravel. Growing in association with Koeleria,
 Phleum, and spiny Astragalus.    Elevation 1,200 m. Wild.
 383702 to 383704.   MELICA CUPANI GUSS.   Gramineae.
   383702. 13. Bala, 60 km. southeast of Ankara. Plant to 25 cm. tall, bluish
     foliage. Seed ripe. Second crop of seed gathered. Rocky slope, marl
     soil. Wild.
   383703. 76. Elazig, northeast corner of Lake Hasar. Clumps to 0.3 m. in
     diameter with last years foliage intact. Not eaten readily by goats or
     sheep. On dry, sterile south slope. Wild.
   383704. 204. Forty km. south of Kars. Glabrous plant to 30 cm. tall.
     Abundant on dry, west basalt boulder slope. Wild.
 383705 to 383707. MELILOTUS ALBA Medic, ex Desr. Leguminosae.
                                                          White sweetclover.
   383705. 27. Nigde, 5 km. north of town. Large plant to 2 m. tall. Many
     branches. Entire colony has brown to dark red stems. Border of an
     apple orchard and irrigation ditch. Wild.
   383706. 258. Agri, via Grasslands and Animal Husbandry Research Sta-
     tion, Ankara. Nursery No. L-612. 1959 harvest. Wild.
   383707. 259. Eskisehir, via Grasslands and Animal Husbandry Research
     Station, Ankara. Nursery No. L-1542. 1964 harvest. Wild.
 383708 and 383709. MELILOTUS OFFICINALIS (L.) Lam.      Yellow sweetclover.
   383708. 260. Kastamonu-Safron-Bolu, via Grassland and Animal Hus-
     bandry Research Station, Ankara. Nursery No. L-625. 1959 harvest.
     Wild.
   383709. 261. Eskisehir, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research
     Station, Ankara. Nursery No. Lr-1535. 1964 harvest. Wild.
 383710. NEPETA sp. Labiatae.
   4. Ankara. Perennial, tap root, to 1 m. tall. Gray, pubescent foliage,
 branched at base with multiple spikes. Purple blooms. In tree planting.
 Wild.
 383711. ONOBRYCHIS HYPARGYREA Boiss. Leguminosae.
   257. Ankara-Bolu, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research Station,
 Ankara. Nursery No. L-1708. 1959 harvest. Wild.
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383527 to 383813—Continued
 383712.   ONOBRYCHIS MICHAUXII DC.
   15. Ten km. east of Nevsehir. Perennial, taproot, semi-erect plant to 60 cm.
 tall. Foliage grayish, yellow-pink flowers. Pumice road cut and waste area
 between two vineyards. Growing in association with weedy annual
 grasses, Bromus, and Taeneatherum.     Wild.
 383713 to 383718. ONOBRYCHIS VICIIFOLIA Scop.                      Sainfoin.
   383713. 136. Erzurum, 18 km. northeast on a farm road. Farm field
      under irrigation being grown for seed. Silt loam soil. Local name
      "Korunga euliya otu." Cultivated.
   383714. 183. Ten km. north of Ardehan. Small plants with narrow
      leaves. First seed barely mature. On dry hillside. Growing in associa-
      tion with intermediate wheatgrass. Wild.
   383715. 253. Erzincan, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research
      Station, Ankara. Nursery No. L-1567. 1961 harvest. Wild.
   383716. 254. Guimshane-Kelkit, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry
      Research Station, Ankara. Nursery No. L-1802. 1969 harvest. Wild.
   383717. 255. Sivas-Yilpizeli, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Re-
      search Station, Ankara. Nursery No. L-1805. 1970 harvest. Wild.
   383718. 256. Ankara-Golbasi, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry
      Research Station, Ankara. Nursery No. L-1368. 1962 harvest. Wild.
 383719.   ONOBRYCHIS sp.
   3. Ankara, northeast city limits. Perennial, taproot, to 1 m. tall, 2 cm. in
 diameter. Plants pubescent with gray foliage, coarse stems. Spikes 25 cm.
 long, seeds 3 cm. in diameter, smooth edges. In 7- to 10- year-old tree planting
 of Pinus sylvestris, east slope. Wild.
 383720.   ONOBRYCHIS sp.
   18. Ten km. east of Nevsehir. Perennial or biennial, semi-erect plant.
 Prostrate stems to 40 cm. long, practically leafless. Very small, spiny seeds.
 Pink bloom. Seed holds well on pumice soil. Wild.
 383721.   ONOBRYCHIS sp.
  60. Grolbasi. Perennial plant. Sparse, narrow leaves, and fine stems.
 Small seeds. Similar to P.I. 383720. In protected one-year tree planting.
 Two plants only found. Wild.
 383722.   ONOBRYCHIS sp.
   85. Elazig, top of grade northeast. Perennial erect plant. Seed spiny,
 large, flat. Similar to P.I. 383712. Elevation 1,360 m. Wild.
 383723.   ONOBRYCHIS sp.
   252. Bolu-Yenicago, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Station,
 Ankara. Nursery No. L-835. 1959 harvest. Wild.
 383724. ORYZOPSIS sp. Gramineae.
   156. Twenty-one km. to fifty km. north of Tortum. Perennial bunch grass
 to 1.5 m. tall. Narrow leaves, few stems. Very large, 20 cm. open
 panicles. Seed small, hairy, very short deciduous awn. On very dry, rocky
 basalt hillsides, plants rare. Wild.
 383725. PHALARIS AQUATICA L. Gramineae.                  Large canarygrass.
   56. Gaziantep, 30 km. north on Highway 59 to Maras at top of grade.
 Plants to 1 m. tall. Grazed off closely. Sparse heads. Car-size basalt rocks
 on west slope with dark soil. Elevation 800 m. Wild.
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383527 to 383813—Continued
 383726. PHALARIS ARUNDINACEA L.                              Reed canarygrass.
   188. Forty km. south of Ardehan. Tall, coarse, large heads. Infested
 with ergot. Few spots in extensive wet mountain meadow cut for hay. Wild.
 383727 to 383729. PHLEUM PHLEOIDES (L.) Karst. Gramineae.
   383727. 97. Pulumur. Perennial bunchgrass to 30 cm. tall. Basalt
      strewn gravel soil on steep slope east side. Growing in association with
      Festuca ovina and Hordeum bulbosum. Wild.
   383728. 110. Erzincan. Partially pubescent foliage. Narrow seed
      heads. On north slope of silt loam basalt gravel. Growing in association
      with Festuca ovina, Koeleria, and spiny Astragalus.            Elevation
      1,200 m. Wild.
   383729. 141. Five km. northeast of Erzurum. Firm seed head, lightly
      pubescent basal foliage. In protected tree planting of Pinus sylvestris.
      Terraced gravelly silt loam on south slope. Wild.
 383730 and 383731. PISUM SATIVUM L. subsp. ARVENSE (L.) Poir. Leguminosae.
                                                                          Pea.
   383730. 250. Ankara-Ziraat Falu Hesi, via Grassland and Animal Hus-
      bandry Research Station, Ankara. Nursery No. G-1476. 1963 harvest.
      Cultivated.
   383731. 251. Ankara-Ziraat Falu Hesi, via Grassland and Animal Hus-
      bandry Research Station, Ankara. Nursery No. G-1479. 1963 harvest.
      Cultivated.
 383732. POA BULBOSA L. Gramineae.
   30. Ten km. south of Nigde. Plants small, dormant. Very few seed
 heads, most with narrow, bluegrass florets. Limestone outcrop on thin
 soil. Wild.
 383733. POA GLAUCANTHA Gaudin.                               Upland bluegrass.
   22. Goreme. Perennial plant to 20 cm. tall. Sod former. Flat stems,
 blue foliage. Similar to Poa compressa. Within recreation area, north slope
 limestone soil. Wild.
 383734 to 383736. POA NEMORALIS L.                            Wood bluegrass.
   383734. 186. Thirty km. south of Ardehan. Plant to 30 cm. tall with open,
      tuft fine stems. Scabrous fine lax head. Mountain meadow that is well
      drained. Wild.
   383735. 198. Ten km. east of Kars. Erect bunchgrass. Blue-green,
      erect panicles. Small seeded, abundant in spots. In a basalt outcrop
      among big boulders. Wild.
   383736. 243. Ardehan. Perennial bunchgrass with fine stem, closed
      panicles. On dry north slope of clay loam hillside. Wild.
 383737. POA PRATENSIS L.                                  Kentucky bluegrass.
   130. Erzurum, 47 km. northwest on road to Ovacik. Single plant selection,
 tall, vigorous. An isolated plant 1 km. from others of species. Along
 riverbank. Local name "Cayir salkim otu kara cim." Wild.
 383738. POA sp. Gramineae.
   101. Dogyolo. Perennial bunchgrass with fine stems. Scabrous, lax
 panicle. Narrow leaves. Similar to P. nemoralis. Steep north slope on
 road cut. Deep clay loam. Rainfall 400 mm. Elevation 1,900 m. Wild.
 383739. POLYGONOM PERSICARIA L. Polygonaceae.                    Ladysthumb.
   210. Ten km. east of Igdir. Erect plant to 1 m. tall. Abundant green
 seed. In burrow pit next to irrigated corn field. Wild.
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383527 to 383813—Continued
 383740. PRUNUS sp. Rosaceae.
   168. Sixty km. west of Ardehan. Tree to 3 m. tall, 10 cm. trunk. Yellow
 fruit, sour. Locally abundant in fence rows. Like American plum. Wild.
 383741.   PRUNUS sp.
   176. Artvin.       Perennial woody shrub to 3 m. tall. Fruit 3 cm. long, 2 m. in
 diameter, sour.      Red, elongated seed. Comus-like leaf form. Sold on the
 market.
 383742.   PRUNUS sp.
   229. Ten km. northeast of Maden. Small tree. Nonsuckering. Yellow
 fruit 3 cm. in diameter, edible. Similar to P. americana.   May have escaped
 from cultivation, in deep fertile soil. Wild and cultivated.
 383743. QUERCUS BRANTII Lindl. Fagaceae.
   164. Artvin. Shrub to small tree, variable forms. Heavily grazed by
 goats. Few hardly mature acorns. Wild.
 383744. RHAMNUS sp. Rhamnaceae.
   157. Twenty-one km. north of Tortum. Woody shrub to 2 m. tall. Thick,
 evergreen leaves. Seed on the top of fernlike bloom. Rocky limestone
 hillside. Abundant. Wild.
 383745. RosAsp. Rosaceae.
   6. Ankara, northeast of city limits. One 5-to 10-year-old plant to 1.5 m. tall,
 2m. in diameter. Suckering sparsely. Interesting because 2- and 3-year-old
 hips were still hanging on. Wild.
 383746.   ROSA sp.
   114. Erzincan, 28 km. toward Baskoy. Plant to 1.5 m. tall, 1.5 m. in
 diameter. Large elongate hips, 2 to 3 in a cluster. Wild.
 383747.   ROSA sp.
   154. Twenty km. north of Erzurum. Dwarf plants to 30 cm. tall. Small
 dark red hips. Abundant, may be young plants. In old cemetery. Dry
 south slope, deep silt loam. Wild.
 383748.   ROSA sp.
   208. Fifty km. south of Kars. Large bush to 1.5 m. tall, 2 m. in diameter.
 Large, elongated, abundant hips. Few large reverse spines. In bottom of
 gully along road. Wild.
 383749.   SAMBUCUS NIGRA L.       Caprifoliaceae.
   160. Artvin, city limits. Perennial shrub with black fruit clusters. Lo-
 cally abundant on favorable south and east slope sites. Wild.
 383750 to 383754. SANGUISORBA MINOR Scop. Rosaceae.            Small burnet.
   383750. 41. Ulukisla. Common. Rocky basalt slope in a new tree plant-
     ing. Wild.
   383751. 64. Twenty km. northeast of Urf a. Common plants near dryland
      wheatfield. Rainfall 38 cm. Wild.
   383752. 120. One hundred and four km. northeast of Erzincan. One very
      vigorous, red-colored plant.
   383753. 181. Ten km. north of Ardehan. Common along roadside irriga-
      tion ditch. Abundant. Local name "Cayar dugmesi abdes." Wild.
   383754. 246. Pulumur. Single plant selection with large, reddish color.
      Good silt loam site. Wild.
 383755. SCIRPUS sp. Cyperaceae.
   71. Thirty km. northeast of Diyarbakir. Perennial 30 to 40 cm. tall. Sod
 former. Most common species near ricefield. Multiple drooping spikelets.
 Abundant seed. In ditch and wet spot near upland rice. Wild.
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383527 to 383813—Continued
 383756 and 383757.     SECALE MONTANUM GUSS.   Gramineae.
   383756. 25. Nevsehir graveyard, south of town. Abundant, just matur-
     ing. Limestone pumice soil. Wild.
   383757. 126. Twenty-one km. west of Askale. Common along roads. Silt
     loam. Rainfall 400 mm. Local name "Yabani caudar." Wild.
 383758. SETARIA sp. Gramineae.
   162. Twenty km. east of Artvin. Short plant, large seeded. Common
   along roads and field edges. Common name "Yesil sim dari." Wild.
 383759. SORGHUM HALEPENSE (L.) Pers. Gramineae.              Johnson grass.
   46. Adana, south of town. An agressive weed in cotton fields and wet
 waste areas. Wild.
 383760. STIPA BARBATA Desf. Gramineae.
   19. Ten km. east of Nevsehir. Perennial, erect plant to 1 m. tall. A few
 seeded, open panicles. Long, straight awns curved near the end. Easily
 deciduous. Most abundant perennial grass on this pumice site. Wild.
 383761.   STIPA PENNATA L.                                      Needlegrass.
   138. Erzurum. Densely tufted, broad basal and cauline leaves. Seed
 with straight awn, except curled at the end. Very open panicle. Dry,
 gravelly silt loam sites. Rainfall 450 cm. Elevation 2,000 m. Local name
 "Kirtil." Wild.
 383762.   STIPA sp.
   7. Ankara, northeast of city limits. Perennial to 1 m. tall. Coarse, basal
 leaves. Semi-erect stems, open panicles. Small seeds. Similar to Stipa
 splendens. Wild.
 383763.   STIPA sp.
   50. Osmaniye, 12 km. east near Kaypak. Perennial bunchgrass to 1 m.
 tall. Very small seeds, straight awns. Similar to S. viridula, may be
 Stipagrostis. Persisting in oak brush on heavily grazed limestone hill. Ele-
 vation 800 m. Wild.
 383764.   STIPA sp.
   57. Gaziantep, 30 km. north on Highway 59 to Maras at top of grade. Pe-
 rennial to 1 m. tall. Small seeded. Coarse, basal leaves, semi-erect stems.
 Open panicles. Car-size basalt rocks on west slope with dark soil. Elevation
 800 m. Wild.
 383765. THYMUS sp. Labiatae.
   14. Bala, 60 km. southeast of Ankara. Perennial bush to 8 cm. tall, 40 cm.
 wide. Creeping, grazed heavily. Rocky bare marl slope. Wild.
 383766.   THYMUS sp.
   74. Twenty km. northeast of Maden. Perennial to 15 cm. tall in creeping
 clump, 40 cm. in diameter. Coarse heads, leaves grayish, serrated, opposite.
 Flowers all dried up, apparently yellow. Similar to a mint. Dry slope in
 conifer planting. Wild.
 383767.   THYMUS sp.
   75. Twenty km. northeast of Maden. Perennial to 10 cm. tall in creeping
 clumps. White blooms. Abundant in dry shale slope where there is no
 competition. In 5-year-old conifer planting. Wild.
 383768.   THYMUS sp.
   81. Elazig, northeast of town, top of grade. Perennial plant to 40 cm.
 in diameter. Gray pubescent basal foliage. Yellow blooms, creeping plant.
 Pungent odor, plant dried up. Wild.
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383527 to 383813—Continued
 383769. TRIFOLIUM ALEXANDRINUM L. Leguminosae.                 Berseem clover.
   277. Isparte, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research Station,
 Ankara. Nursery No. L-1714. 1967 harvest. Wild.
 383770 and 383771. TRIFOLIUM DUBIUM Sibth.
   383770. 52. Osmaniye, 12 km. east at top of grade. Annual hop
     clover. Probably two species involved; one small headed, one larger.
     Persisting in spots of heavy Aegilops. Wild.
   383771. 68. Twenty km. northeast of Diyarbakir. Annual on edge of
     upland ricefield. Wild.
 383772 to 383777. TRIFOLIUM FRAGIFERUM L.                   Strawberry clover.
   383772. 44. A dan a, south of town. Small heads and leaves. Clay site on
     canal banks. Wild.
   383773. 144. Ten km. north of Erzurum. . Small heads and leaves.
     Abundant and closely grazed. Deep, clay loam in valley bottom along
     drainage ditch and adjacent wet meadow area where wild sedge and rushes
     are cut for hay. Rainfall 400 mm. Elevation 1,900 m. Local name
     "Cilek ucgulu." Wild.
   383774. 279. Zonguldah-Safran-Bolu, via Grassland and Animal Hus-
     bandry Research Station, Ankara. Nursery No. L-305. 1959 harvest.
     Wild.
   383775. 280. Sinop-Boyabat, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Re-
     search Station, Ankara. Nursery No. Lr-308. 1959 harvest. Wild.
   383776. 281. Agri, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research
     Station, Ankara. Nursery No. L-373. 1959 harvest. Wild.
   383777. 282. Gugla-Salomsu, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Re-
     search Station, Ankara. Nursery No. L-1972. 1959 harvest. Wild.
 383778 and 383779. TRIFOLIUM HYBRIDUM L.                          Alsike clover.
   383778. 185. Twenty km. south of Ardehan. Small plants with few
     leaves. Principal component of mountain hayfield. Rocky, brown
     soil. Local name "Malez ucgul." Wild.
   383779. 283. Canakkale, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research
     Station, Ankara. Nursery No. 343. 1959 harvest. Cultivated.
 383780. TRIFOLIUM MEDIUM Huds.                                  Zig-zag clover.
   170. Fifty km. west of Ardehan. Sod former. Similar to red clover with
 earlier and slightly elongate heads. In forest soil area. Growing in
 association with red clover, Lotus corniculatus and L. ulignosus.    Wild.
 383781.   TRIFOLIUM PRATENSE L.                                     Red clover.
   78. Sivrice. Small head, narrow leaves. In tide flats among Tamarix.
 Elevation 800 m. May be escape from cultivation. Wild and cultivated.
 383782. TRIFOLIUM REPENS L.                                White clover.
   284. Samsun, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research Station,
 Ankara. Nursery No. L-498. 1959 harvest. Cultivated.
 383783.   TRIFOLIUM sp.
   47. Adana, 40 km. north of Karagaili. Annual, low growing.         Not eaten
 by sheep. Limestone outcrop. Elevation 800 m. Wild.
 383784.   TRIFOLIUM sp.
   67. Diyarbakir, 20 km. northeast along stream. Annual with spiny,
 globose heads to 2 cm. in diameter. Along side of upland ricefield where
 occasional water is present. Wild.
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383527 to 383813—Continued
 383785.   TRIFOLIUM sp.
   69. Twenty km. northeast of Diyarbakir. Annual or biennial plant
 Late-maturing leaves, sparse. Heads elongate, bluish color, 2 cm. in diameter,
 15 cm. long. Plants scarce, seed hardly ripe. In most areas along upland
 ricefield. Wild.
 383786.   TRIFOLIUM sp.
   94. Fifteen km. south of Tunceli. Annual. Growing in association with
 Aegilop8 and Taeneantherum in oak brush. Elevation 1,200 m. Wild.
 383787.   TRIFOLIUM sp.
   98. Pulumur. Perennial with narrow leaves.          Fibrous roots.    Elon-
 gated heads. Seed pod bristly. Wild.
 383788.   TRIFOLIUM sp.
   121. Sixty-five km. northeast of Erzincan. Perennial, early maturing
 plant with elongated heads and narrow leaves. Along dry roadbank above ir-
 rigation ditch. Wild.
 383789.   TRIFOLIUM sp.
   171. Fifty km. west of Ardehan. Perennial with short stolons. Most
 abundant clover in mountain vegetation. Similar to T. repens. Growing in
 association with Agrostis above timber line. Wild.
 383790.   TRIFOLIUM sp.
  . 172. Fifty km. west of Ardehan. Perennial trifoliate creeping plant to 5
 cm. tall and 20 cm. wide. Low growing with grayish foliage. Seed in sparse
 heads, capsulelike. Growing in association with Agrostis above timberline in
 mountain vegetation. Wild.
 383791. TRIGONELLA FOENUM-GRAECUM L. Leguminosae.                Fenugreek.
    274. Ankara, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research Station,
 Ankara. Nursery No. L-1499. 1963 harvest. Cultivated.
 383792. TRIGONELLA sp. Leguminosae.
    63. Twenty km. northeast of Urfa. Annual with seed pods on stem.
 Plants rare. On edge of wheatfield in yellow star thistle. Wild.
 383793.   TRIGONELLA sp.
   72. Twenty km. northeast of Maden. Perennial plant to 10 cm. tall, 2 m. in
 diameter. Creeping, with grayish lightly pubescent color. Seed maturity
 stopped by hot weather. Dry rocky shale slope. In 5-year-old conifer
 planting. Elevation 800 m. Wild.
 383794.   TRIGONELLA sp.
   165. Twenty km. west of Ardehan. Perennial with semi-erect stems to 10
 cm. Pods on short spikes, many branches. Abundant locally along roadside
 in clay loam in scotch pine forest. Wild.
 383795.   VICIA NARBONENSIS L.   Leguminosae.
   286. Tunceli, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research Station,
 Ankara. Annual plant. Nursery No. L-1521. 1963 harvest. Cultivated.
 383796 to 383799. VICIA SATIVA L. Leguminosae.         Common vetch.
   383796. 287. Kars, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research Sta-
     tion, Ankara. Nursery No. L-174. 1960 harvest. Cultivated.
   383797. 288. Erzurum, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research
     Station, Ankara. Nursery No. L-1445. 1963 harvest. Cultivated.
   383798. 290. Ankara, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research
     Station, Ankara. Nursery No. L-1453. 1962 harvest. Wild.
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383527 to 383813—Continued
 383796 to 383799--Continued
   383799. 291. Eskisehir, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research
     Station, Ankara. Nursery No. L-1460. 1963 harvest. Cultivated.
 383800.    VICIA TENUIFOLIA Roth
   99. Dogyolo. Perennial. Sod former. Steep north slope on road cut.
 Deep, clay loam soil. Rainfall 400 mm. Elevation 1,900 m. Local name
 "Cok yillik fig." Wild.
 383801 to 383804. VICIA VILLOSA Roth                           Hairy vetch.
   383801. 128. Eighteen km. northeast of Erzurum. Very pubescent
     plants. On dry roadside, gravelly silt loam. Rainfall 450 mm. Eleva-
     tion 2,000 m. Growing in association with Festuca ovina and Agropyron
       cristatum.
      383802. 289. Ankara, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research
        Station, Ankara. Nursery No. 1^1447. 1963 harvest. Cultivated.
      383803. 292. Canakkale, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research
        Station, Ankara. Nursery No. 1^187. 1959 harvest. Wild.
      383804. 293. Ankara, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research
        Station, Ankara. Nursery No. L-1839. 1958 harvest. Wild.
 383805.    VICIA sp.
   152. Twenty km. north of Erzurum. Perennial glaucous plant. Sod
 former. Along ditchbank. Deep silt loam. Abundant in old cemetery.
 Wild.
 383806.    VICIA sp.
   155. Forty-eight km. north of Erzurum. Perennial, pubescent plant.
 Sod former. Similar to V. tenuifolia, except earlier and less abundant.
 Rocky silt loam. Wild.
 383807.    VICIA sp.
   234. Erzurum, 72.4 km. northeast on road to Ouacik. Perennial plant.
 Sod former. On side of road in patches 2 m. across. Wild.
 383808.    VICIA sp.
   285. Ankara-Dolaplidere, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research
 Station, Ankara. Nursery No. L-1369. 1961 harvest. Wild.
 383809.    VICIA sp.
    294. Bursa-Orhanek, via Grassland and Animal Husbandry Research Sta-
 tion, Ankara. Nursery No. L-1444. 1967 harvest. Wild.
 383810. XEROPHYLLUM sp. Liliaceae.
    26. Graveyard in Nevsehir. Perennial or biennial. Fibrous rooted like
 beargrass. Spikes to 1 m. tall, sometimes branched. Golden brownish-
 yellow spikes. Appears to die after blooming. Plants seen previously in
 Iran. Wild.
 383811. Undetermined Liliaceae.
    66. Ten km. east of Diyarbakir. Leaves 2 cm. in diameter, 20 cm. long.
 Corms collected, no seed pods found. Not eaten by sheep in green stage. No
 2-year-old foliage present. In red clay, low spot, now extremely dry. Wild.
 383812. Undetermined Compositae.
    226. Kars, on the butte south of town. Plants to 30 cm. tall. Gray
 pubescent incised long leaves. Rocky basalt slope. Wild.
 383813. Undetermined Caryophyllaceae.
    236. Ten km. north of Erzurum. Tuberous plant with head on umbel.
 Beautiful pinkish-white blooms. No sepals. Nine stamens, 3 large and 3
 small petals. Growing in 15.2 to 20.3 cm. of water in a drainage ditch. Wild.
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383814.    ASPARAGUS SPRENGERI          Regel      Liliaceae.
                                                       Sprenger asparagus.
From Hong Kong. Seed presented by Director, Agriculture and Fisheries
   Department, Kowloon. Received November 9, 1973.

383815.     MALUS SYLVESTRIS Mill.         Rosaceae.                    Apple.
From Union of Spviet Socialist Republics. Scions presented by the N. I. Vavilov
    Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad to McGraw Experimental Garden,
    Portland, Oregon. Received January 23, 1973.
  Souree No. 23938. 'Koricnoe novoe*.

38381$.   STACHYS SIEBOLDII Miquel        Menthaceae.
From Japan. Tubers presented by Takii & Company, Ltd. Kyoto.          Received
   December 3, 1973.
  Kameoka city near Kyoto. Local name "Chorogi."

383817 to 383840.
From Yugoslavia. Bulbs collected by Lazar Aladzajkov, Faculty of Agriculture
    and Forestry, University of Skopje, Skopje under Public Law 480 Project
    E30-CR-33. Received November 27, 1973.
  383817 to 383834. ALLIUM SATIVUM L. Liliaceae. Garlic.
    383817. 1159. 'Domasen'. Trgoviste. Elevation 600 m. Spring type.
    383818. 2203. 'Gnjilanski*. Gnjilane. Elevation 510 m. Spring type.
    383819. 2223. 'Pristinski'. Pristina. Elevation 590 m. Spring type.
    383820. 2235. 'Prizrenski'. Prizren. Elevation 420 m. Spring type.
    383821. 2238. 'Lokalen'. Gorubinci. Elevation 440 m. Autumn type.
    383822. 2257. Veleski'. Trstenik. Elevation 630 m. Autumn type.
    383823. 2286. 'Ivankovski'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m. Spring
      type.
    383824. 2296. 'Lokalen'. Ivankovci. Elevation 500 m. Spring type.
    383825. 2322. 'Teovski'. Teovo. Elevation 350 m. Spring type.
    383826. 2324. 'Bogomilski'. Bogomila. Elevation 470 m. Spring type.
    383827. 2337. 'Gorubinski'. Gorubinci. Elevation 440 m. Autumn
      type.
    383828. 2349. Trilepski'. Gostirazni. Elevation 710 m. Spring type.
    383829. 2410. 'Dragoevski'. Dragoevo. Elevation 350 m. Springtype.
    383830. 2437. 'Mesten'. Krivolak. Elevation 125 m. Autumn type.
    383831. 2452. 'Klisurski'. Klisura. Elevation 310 m. Autumn type.
    383832. 2529. 'Gradecki'. Gradec. Elevation 520 m. Spring type.
    383833. 2551. 'Blatecki*. Blatec. Elevation 520 m. Spring type.
    383834. 2582. 'Strumicki'. Veljusa. Elevation 400 m. Spring type.
  383835. ORIGANUM VULGARE L. Labiatae.                      Wild marjoram.
  383836. SALVIA HORMINUM L. Labiatae.
  383837. SAL VIA OFFICINALIS L.                                Garden sage.
  383838. SALVIA RINGENS Sibth. & Sm.
  383839. SALVIA SCLAREA L.                                  Common clary.
  383840. SALVIA VERTICILLATA L.
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383841.    LUPINUS ANGUSTIPOLIUS L. Leguminosae.
                                         Bitter blue lupine.
From Australia. Seed presented by J. S. Gladstones, Department of Agricul-
    ture, South Perth, Western Australia. Received December 3, 1973.
  ('Uniharvest' x 'Rancher') x 'Unicrop'. Ft generation seed.
Potential resistance to gray leaf spot and anthracnose.

383842 to 383848.
From Australia. Seed presented by H. G. Kershaw, Mona Vale, New South
    Wales 2103. Received December 4, 1973.
  383842. BANKSIA ASHBYI E. G. Baker Proteaceae.
 383843.   BANKSIA BAXTERI R. Br.
 383844.   BANKSIA GRANDIS Willd.
 383845.   BANKSIA OCCIDENTALIS R. Br.
 383846.   BANKSIA PRIONOTES Lindl.
 383847.   BANKSIA SPECIOSA R. Br.
 383848.   BANKSIA VICTORIAE Meissn.

383849.    AGROPYRON FIBROSUM (Schrenk) Nevski                Gramineae.
From France. Seed presented by Botanique Service, Institut National de la
    Recherche Agronomique, Versailles. Received January 11, 1974.
  No. 1229. From 1970-71 Index Seminum.

383850 to 383853.
From France. Seed presented by Director, Universite de Montpellier, Mont-
   pellier. Received November 6, 1973.
 383850.   ASPARAGUS ACUTIFOLIUS L.      Liliaceae.
 383851.   ASPARAGUS MARITIMUS Mill.
 383852.   ASPARAGUS OFFICINALIS L.                        Garden asparagus.
 383853.   ASPARAGUS PLUMOSUS Baker                          Fern asparagus.

383854 and 383855.      HoRDEUM VULGARE L. Gramineae.
                                                                    Barley.
From India. Seed presented by J. S. Bakshi, All-India Barley Project Manager,
    Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi. Received August 15,
    1973.
  383854. DL-69. Semidwarf. Evolved from BG1 x Mexican (5-13).
  383855. DL-70. Semidwarf. Evolved from BG1 x Mexican (5-13).

383856.    SORGHUM BICOLOR (L.) Moench                Gramineae.
                                                                   Sorghum.
From Brazil. Seed presented by Carlos Rossetto, Department of Entomology,
    Institute of Agronomy, Campinas. Received November 6, 1973.
  *AF-28\ Resistant to sorghum midge. Seeds small for species.

383857.    ALOPECURUS PRATENSIS            L. Gramineae.
                                                      Meadow foxtail.
From Poland. Seed presented by Nagradowice Plant Breeding Station, Tulce,
    Sroda Wlkp. Province, Poznan. Received November 28, 1973.
  'Dan\
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383858 and 383859.      ASPARAGUS OFFICINALIS L.          Liliaceae.
                                                     Garden asparagus.
From Brazil. Seed presented by E. B. Germeck, Section of Economic Botany,
    Instituto Agronomico, Campinas, Sao Paulo. Received December 8, 1973.
  383858. 'Giant Washington I-410\
  383859. 'Santa Elisa IAC-3816'.

383680.     BETULA OYCOVIENSIS Bess. Betulaceae.
From Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seed presented by Director, Hortus
   Botanicus, Universitatis Tartuensis, Estonia. Code numbers refer to 1973
   Index Seminum. Received November 1, 1973.
  No. 1411.
383861 to 383863.    HoRDEUM VULGARE L.            Gramineae.
                                                                Barley.
From East Germany. Seed presented by C. Lehman, Institute of Grenetics and
    Plant Breeding, Gatersleben. Received January 9, 1974.
  383861. H O R 500-Sel.
  383862. H O R 925 (Anatolien).
  383863. H O R 1132-Sel.
383864. SOLANUM TUBEROSUM L. Solanaceae.                            Potato.
From Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Tubers presented by V. S. Lekhno-
   vitch, N. I. Vavilov Institute of Plant Breeding, Leningrad. Received No-
   vember 20, 1973.
  Triekulskij Rannij*. Early, wart resistant. Developed at Priekulskaja
Experiment Station.

383865 to 383871. P Y R U S COMMUNIS L. Rosaceae.                Pesr.
From Romania. Seed presented by V. Cociu, Institul de Cercetari pentru
    Pomicultura, Pitesti-Maracineni. Received December 21, 1973.
  383865. 'Chuj 138'.
  383866. «Cu Miezul Rosu'.
  383867. 'Flica Lui Blank'.
  383868. Tepenii de Dirmanesti'.
  383869. Tepenii de Negresti'.
  383870. T . F. Harbuzesti'.
  383871. No data — unidentified.
383872. IMPATIENS TUBERIFERA H u m b e r t       Balsaminaceae.
From Malagasy Republic. Plant presented by G. Cremers, Institute de
   Recherches Agronomiques, Tananarive. Received September 27, 1973.
383873 to 383895. STOKESIA LAEVIS (Hill) G r e e n e        Compositae.
From United States. Plants and seed collected September 1973 by G. A. White
    and J. E. Bear, Germplasm Resources Laboratory, Agricultural Research
    Center, Beltsville, Maryland. Received December 10, 1973.
  383873. WB 1. Greensboro, North Carolina. Starmount Drive between
    Kemp and Battle Roads, Guilford County. Perennial plant with blue
    flowers. Edge of mowed area adjacent to pine woods. Apparent escape
    from cultivation. Plants.
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383873 to 383895—Continued
 383874. WB 2. Georgia. On U.S. Highway 301 immediately south of Scotts
   Creek, Bulloch County. North of Evans County line 0.32 km. Perennial
   plant with blue flowers, heads sparse. Along highway right-of-way at edge
   of mowed area in brushy growth at edge of woods. Sandy loam soil. Wild.
   Plants.
 383875. WB 3. Chauncey, Dodge County, Georgia. North 1.3 km. on Georgia
   165 west 0.5 km. on unpaved road, and 91 m. southside of road. Perennial
   with blue flowers. Sandy, boggy, pine woods. Wild. Plants and seeds.
 383876. WB 4. Norman Park, Colquitt County, Georgia. Southeast 3.38 km.
   on Georgia Highway 565 near telephone relay tower. Perennial plant with
   blue flowers. Low pine land at edge of highway maintenance on south side
   of road. Wild. Plants.
 383877. WB 5. Norman Park, Colquitt County, Georgia. Southwest on
   Highway 319, 2.1 km. from center of Norman Park. Perennial plant with
   blue flowers. Few seed heads. South side of highway. Wild. Plants
   and seeds.
 383878. WB 6. Sumatra, Liberty County, Florida. North 1.3 km. on Florida
   Highway 65. Perennial plant with white and blue flowers present, but past
   flowering stage. Boggy pine area near edge of highway maintenance.
   East side of highway. Wild. Plants and seeds.
 383879. WB 7. Sopchoppy, Florida. North 9.9 km. on Florida Highway 375
   from junction with U.S. Highway 319. Perennial plant withHblue flowers.
   Abundant on highway right-of-way in disturbed area near roadside ditch.
   Wild. Plants and seeds.
 383880. WB 8. Mclntosh, Washington County, Alabama. South 4.9 km. on
   U.S. highway 43 on east side. Perennial plant with blue flowers. Highway
   right-of-way near culvert and ditch at mileage marker 61 km. Wild.
   Plants.
 383881. WB 9. Buckatunna, Wayne County, Mississippi. South 9.0 km. on
   Mississippi Highway 45, immediately south of Eret. Perennial with blue
   flowers. Abundant on both sides of Highway 45 in roadside ditch. Boggy,
   clay loam. Wild. Seed.
 383882. WB 10. State Line, Greene County, Mississippi. South 4.8 km. on
   Mississippi Highway 57. On both sides of highway. Perennial with blue
   flowers. Mature heads present. Abundant on west side of highway.
   Wild. Seed.
 383883. WB 11. Washington County, Alabama. South 8 km. on U.S. High-
   way 45 from intersection of U.S. Highway 45 and Alabama Highway 17. Pe-
   rennial plant with blue flowers. Mature seed heads. Abundant on boggy
   roadside, especially east side. Wild. Plants and seeds.
 383884. WB 12. George County, Mississippi. Immediately west of Mis-
   sissippi-Alabama state line on U.S. Highway 98. West of\JCscatawpa River
   on south side of highway. Perennial plants with blue flowers. Wild.
   Plants.
 383885. WB 13. Van Cleave, Jackson County, Mississippi. South edge of
   town on Mississippi Highway 57, north 9.2 km. of Interstate 10 and Mississippi
   Highway 57 interchange. Perennial with blue flower. Late maturing,
   sparse heads. Roadside ditch near small stream on east side of highway.
   Wild. Seed.
 383886. WB 14. Jackson County, Mississippi Highway 57, south 1.13 km. to
   1.44 km. of Interstate 10 and Mississippi Highway 57 interchange. Peren-
                    JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                       215

383873 to 383895—Continued
   nial with blue flowers. Late maturing, several plants in bloom. Abundant
   along roadside ditch on both sides of highway. Wild. Seed.
 383887. WB 15. National Seashore Park, Ocean Springs, Jackson County,
   Mississippi. Perennial plant with blue flowers, large broad leaves. Low,
   wet area near park headquarters buildings. Wild. Plants and seed.
 383888. WB 16. Ocean Springs, Jackson County, Mississippi. East 4.8 km.
   on U.S. Highway 90, both sides of highway for 1.6 km. to 3.2 km. Plant with
   blue flowers, narrow, linear leaves. Late, heads mostly green. Found in
   roadside ditches, wet, boggy areas. Wild. Seed.
 383889. WB17. Biloxi, Harrison County, Mississippi. North on Mississippi
   Highway 15 at junction of Mississippi Highway 15 and 67, and northwest of
   this junction 5.3 km. on Highway 67. Perennial with blue flowers.
   Wild. Seed.
 383890. WB 18. National Aeronautics and Space Administration Test
   Center, Picayune, Hancock County. Single plant selection with white
   flowers, small heads. In ditch along infrequently traveled road. Wild.
   Plants.
 383891. WB 19. National Aeronautics and Space Administration Test
   Center, Picayune, Hancock County, Mississippi. Plant with blue flowers,
   late. Abundant in low wet ditch along back road. Wild. Seed.
 383892. WB 20. Poplarville, Pearl River County, Mississippi. On Missis-
   sippi Highway 26,6 km. west of intersection U.S. Highway 11 and Mississippi
   Highway 26. Perennial plant with blue flowers. Abundant on
   low, mowed roadside area on north side of highway. Wild. Plants.
 383893. WB 21A. Purvis, Lamar County, Mississippi. On U.S. Highway 11,
   south 7.2 km. from intersection of U.S. Highway 11 and Mississippi Highway
   587. North of Little Black Creek. Perennial with blue flowers. Abun-
   dant along highway right-of-way. Wild. Seed.
 383894. WB 21B. Purvis, Lamar County, Mississippi. On U.S. Highway 11,
   south 8.8 km. from intersection of U.S. Highway 11 and Mississippi Highway
   587. South 0.5 km. of Little Black Creek. Perennial with blue flowers.
   Abundant along highway right-of-way. Wild. Seed.
 383895. WB 22. Hattiesburg, Lamar County, Mississippi. South of Hat-
   tiesburg on U.S. Highway 11, immediately north of Big Black Creek. Peren-
   nial plant with blue flowers. Sparse along west side of highway right-of-
   way. Wild. Plants and seed.

383896. SYRINGA OBLATA var. DILATATA (Nakai) Rehder
  Oleaceae.                              Korean early lilac.
From Korea. Seed presented by J. H. Ree, Director, Research Bureau, Office of
    Rural Development, Suwon. Received November 27, 1973.
  Vicinity of Seoul.

383897 to 383903.
From Canary Islands. Seed presented by Jardin de Aclimatacion, Puerto de la
   Cruz, Tenerife. Received December 4, 1973.
 383897.   ASPARAGUS ALBUS L.    Liliaceae.
 383898.   ASPARAGUS ASPARAGOIDES (L.) W. F. Wight          Smilax asparagus.
 383899.   ASPARAGUS CRISPUS Lam.                         Drooping asparagus.
 383900.   ASPARAGUS DENSIFLORUS (Kunth) Jessop
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383897 to 383903—Continued
 383901.   ASPARAGUS FALCATUS L.
 383902.   ASPARAGUS PLUMOSUS Baker                          Fern asparagus.
 383903.   ASPARAGUS SCOPARIUS Lowe

383904 to 383910.     TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.           Gramineae.
                                                          Common wheat.
From India. Seed presented by Division of Plant Introduction, Indian Agricul-
   tural Research Institute, New Delhi. Received November 28, 1973.
 383904. HP (19) 549.                   383908.   WM-18.
 383905. HP (19) 574.                   383909.   WM-33.
 383906. WM-3.                          383910.   WM-35.
 383907. WM-5.

383911. IMPATIENS MARIANAE Reichb. f. ex Hook. f.
  Balsaminaceae.
From England. Plants collected from private greenhouse, Berkshire, by F. J.
    Meyer, National Arboretum, Agricultural Research Service, Washington,
    D.C. Received August 15, 1973.
  NA 35697. Rhizomatous perennial herb, forming a dense mat of plants.
Height 30 to 35 cm. Leaves broadly ovate with truncate base, green, mottled
with silver between the lateral veins. Stems and petioles densely pubescent.
Flowers about 2.5 cm. in diameter, deep mauve purple inside of tube with deep
purple lines, yellow at base of throat.
383912 to 383917.     TRITICUM DURUM Desf.           Gramineae.
                                                         Durum wheat.
From Argentina. Seed presented by R. A. Bedogni, Instituto Nacional de
    Technologia Agropecuaria, Balcarce. Received November 30, 1973.
  383912. 'Balcarceno Inta'.
  383913. 'Candeal Bonaerense 202*.
  383914. 'Candeal Durumbuck'.
  383915. 'Parana 66/207'.
  383916. 'Taganrog Buck Balcarce'.
  383917. 'Taganrog Seleccion Buck'.
383918 and 383919.
From France. Seed presented by Director, de Medecine et de Pharmacie,
    Angers. Received December 20, 1973.
  383918. ASPARAGUS DENSIFLORUS (Kunth) Jessop Liliaceae.
  383919. ASPARAGUS OFFICINALIS L.                     Garden asparagus.

383920 to 383925.     FRAGARIA VESCA L.             Rosaceae.
                                                      European strawberry.
From Scotland. Plants presented by Scottish Horticultural Research Institute,
    West of Scotland Unit, Nellie's Gate, Auchincruive. Received November 26,
    1973.
  383920. '65G95'.                         383923. '68WT30'.
  383921. '65G108'.                        383924. '69LC32'.
  383922. '66R115'.                        383925. 'Hatton Mains'.
                      JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31,1973                    217

383926 to:584012.
From Japan. Seed presented by Masao Tsuru, Genetic Stocks Laboratory,
   Central Agricultural Experiment Station, Konosu, Saitama. Received
   October 31, 1973.
 383926 to 383939.    HORDEUM DISTICHON L.   Gramineae.   Two-rowed barley.
   383926.   No. 040017. 'Asahi 19'.
   383927.   TOCHIGI. 'Azuma Golden*.
   383928.   No. 47LVT4. 'Fuji Nijo'.
   383929.   No. 040049. 'Hakata 2 \
   383930.   No. 050001. 'Hatsu Kaze\
   383931.   TOCHIGI. 'Hoshi Masari'.
   383932.   No. 040065. 'Kanto Bansei Golden'.
   383933.   No. 040068. 'Kanto Nijo 2 \
   383934.   No. 040075. 'Kirin Choku 1'.
   383935.   No. 040077. 'Ko A'.
   383936.   No. 47LVT1. 'New Golden1.
   383937.   No. 47LVT3. 'Satsuki Nijo'.
   383938.   No. 040116. 'Seijo 1'.
   383939.   No. 040118. 'Seijo 17'.
 383940 to i{83986.   HORDEUM VULGARE L.                            Barley.
   383940.   No.   050041. 'Akane Hadaka\
   383941.   No.   060095. 'Ayame Hadaka'.
   383942.   No.   020062.' Baitori 18'.
   383943.   No.   020129. 'Benkei Mugi'.
   383944.   No.   040090. 'Doriru Mugi'.
   383945.   No.   040063. 'Haruna Mugi'.
   383946.   No.   080055. 'Hashiri Hadaka'.
   383947.   No.   040148. 'Hayachine Mugi'.
   383948.   No.   090059. 'Hayaure Hadaka'.
   383949.   No.   470VN5. 'Hinode Hadaka'.
   383950.   No.   080095. 'Hyogo Hadaka'.
   383951.   No.   050022. 'Ise Hadaka'.
   383952.   No.   020056. 'Iwate Sekitori 2'.
   383953.   No.   070037. 'Kagawa Hadaka'.
   383954.   No.   090066. 'Kairyo Shiro Hadaka'.
   383955.   No.   47LVS5. 'Kashima Mugi'.
   383956.   No.   030084. 'Kogen Mugi'.
   383957.   No.   470VN6. 'Kyushu Hadaka 3'.
   383958.   No.   090054. 'Kyushu Hadaka 4'.
   383959.   No.   040001. 'Manriki'.
   383960.   No.   090020. 'Mikuriya Hadaka'.
   383961.   No.   090019. 'Mishima Hadaka'.
   383962.   No.   040052. 'Misuzu Omugi'.
   383963.   No.   090040. 'Miyazaki Hadaka'.
   383964.   No.   040062. 'Musashino Mugi'.
   383965.   No.   090024. 'Nagasaki Wase Hadaka'.
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383926 to 384012—Continued
 383940 to 383986—Continued
   383966. No. 050023. 'Nakate Hadaka'.
   383967. SHIKOKU. 'Nanpu Hadaka*.
   383968. No. 040028. 'Okayama'.
   383969. No. 020022. 'Okitama 1'.
   383970. No. 47Fai.Bl. 'Okutama Mugi\
   383971. No. 040150. 'Rikuzen Mugi'.
   383972. No. 090008. 'Saga Hadaka 1'.
   383973. No. 040003. 'Sekitoria Den 2\
   383974. No. 080057. 'Seto Hadaka'.
   383975. No. 060025. 'Shikoku Mugi'.
   383976. No. 060039. 'Shin Awazi'.
   383977. No. 040147. 'Shinano Hatamugi'.
   383978. SHIKOKU. 'Shirahime Hadaka'.
   383979. No. 090060. 'Shiranui Hadaka'.
   383980. No. 080056. 'Shiro Shinriki'.
   383981. No. 040048. 'Suisho Sekitori 305'.
   383982. SHIKOKU. 'Tamamo Hadaka'.
   383983. No. 040064. 'Tsukuba Hadaka'.
   383984. No. 050014. 'Yokozuna'.
   383985. No. 030085. 'Yukiwari Mugi'.
   383986. No. 070027. 'Yunagi Hadaka'.
 383987 to 384012. TRITICUM AESTIVUM L. Gramineae.   Common wheat.
   383987. No. 090066. 'Ebisu Komugi'.
   383988. No. 020052. 'Furutsu Masari';
   383989. No. 47WAF29. 'Haru Minori'.
   383990. No. 090069. 'Hayato Komugi'.
   383991. No. 020049. 'Hitsumi Komugi'.
   383992. No. 070013. 'Junrei Komugi'.
   383993. No. 070014. 'Kairyo Date Wase'.
   383994. No. 020053. 'Kitakarhi Komugi'.
   383995. No. 030024. 'Kokeshi Kohiu^i'.
   383996. No. 040165. 'Mikuni komugi'.
   383997. No. 020055. 'kiyagino Komugi'.
   383998. No. 010025. 'Muka Komugi'.
   383999. No. 090070. 'Nichirin Komugi'.
   384000. No. 030022. 'Norin 54'.
   384001. No. 040157. 'Norin 57'.
   384002. No. 060047. 'Norin 59'.
   384003. No. 040160. 'Norin 68'.
   384004. No. 040161. 'Norin 69'.
   384005. No. 080028. 'Norin 73'.
   384006. No. 020050. 'Oku Komugi'.
   384007. No. 060040. 'Omase Komugi'.
                  JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1973                        219

383926 to 384012—Continued
 383987 to 384012—Continued
   384008. No. 020054. 'Shimofusa Komugi'.
   384009. No. 020045. 'Susono Komugi'.
   384010. No. 080021. 'Ushio Komugi'.
   384011. No. 090067. 'Yutaka Komugi'.
   384012. No. 040147. 'Zenkoji Komugi'.

384013 to 384015.    RICINUS C0MMUNIS L.          Euphorbiaceae.
                                                          Castorbean.
From Brazil. Seed presented by E. B. Germeck, Instituto Agrbnomico,
   Campinas. Received November 8, 1973.
   384013. 'Campinas' (Cimmaron' x 'IAC-38'). Indehiscent.
   384014. 'Guarany'. Selection from 'Campinas' x 'IAC-38' after several
     generations. Indehiscent.
   384015. 'IAG-38'. Dehiscent.
384016 to 384021.
From Poland. Seed presented by Antonin Plant Breeding Station, Lesz no Wilkp,
    Poznan Province. Received November 28, 1973.
  384016. BROMUS INERMIS Leyss. Gramineae.             Smooth bromegrass.
    'Anto'.
  384017 to 384019. DACTYLIS GLOMERATA L. Gramineae.          Orchardgrass.
    384017. 'Baraula'.
    384018. 'Fala'.
    384019. 'Tardus II'.
  384020 and 384021. TRIFOLIUM REPENS L. Leguminosae.          White clover.
    384020. 'JBr 11/64'.
    384021. 'Podkowa'.
384022 to 384045.
From Israel. Seed presented by Division of Plant Introduction, Agricultural
    Research Organization, The Volcani Center, Rehovot. Received Decem-
    ber 6, 1973.
  384022 to 384036. TRITICUM AESTIVUM L. Gramineae.         Common wheat.
    384022. 'Alpha'.                    384035. 'Pan'.
    384023. 'Bet Dagan'.                384036. 'Yafo 539'.
    384024. 'Cee'on Hazera 2152'.
    3S4025. 'Ein For'.
    384026. 'Emek'.
    384027. 'Florence Aurore 8193'.
    384028. 'Gilat'.
    384029. 'Hazera 18'.
    384030. 'Hazera 112'.
    384031. 'Lakhish'.
    384032. 'Miriam'.
    384033. 'Mivhor 1177'.
    384034. 'Neve Yaar 52'.
220                         PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

384022 to 384045—Continued
 384037 to 384045.      TRITICUM DURUM Desf.                          Durum wheat.
      384037.    'AbuFashit'.                  384042.   'Hemed'.
      384038.    'Dubbie'.                     384043.   'Merarit'.
      384039.    'Etit\                        384044.   'Minka B'.
      384040.    'Etit Hazera 38'.             384045.   'Neve Yaar 51'.
      384041.    'Giza Hazera 4-50'.
384046 to 384054.          TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.            Gramineae.
                                                              Common wheat.
From South Africa. Seed presented by B. Lombard, Agricultural Research
    Station, Bethlehem, Orange Free State. Received December 6, 1973.
  384046. 'Scheepers'. Bethal.
  384047. 'Scheepers'. Bethlehem.
  384048. 'Scheepers'. Bothaville.
  384049. 'Scheepers'. Ficksburg.
  384050. 'Scheepers'. Heilbron.
 384051. 'Scheepers'. Steynsrust.
 384052. 'Scheepers'. Tweespruit.
 384053. 'Scheepers 69'.
 384054.        'Flameks' ('Florence Aurore') x ('Mentana' x 'Kenya' x 'Supremo').
384055 to 384058,          TRIFOLIUM     PRATENSE L.         Leguminosae.
                                                                   Red clover.
From Poland. Seed presented by Ulhowek Plant Breeding Station, Tomaszow,
    Dublin Province. Received December 7, 1973.
  384055. 'Changins'. Switzerland.
  384056. 'Essi IP. Sweden.
  384057. 'Iincinska'. Czechoslovakia.
  384058. 'Viola'. Poland.
384059.   ARUNDINELLA sp. Gramineae.
From India. Seed presented by Deputy Director, Botanical Survey of India,
   Northern Circle, Dehra Dun, Uttar Pradesh. Received December 13,1973.
  Pauri Garhwal, Uttar Pradesh.
384060 to 384074.         EuCHLAENA MEXICANA Schrad.                Gramineae.
                                                                       Teosinte.
From Mexico. Seed collected November 1972 by H. G. Wilkes, Department of
    Biology, University of Massachusetts and presented through G. W. Beadle,
    University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Received December 14, 1973.
  384060. Grown in 1972 by a Zapotec Indian near Oaxaca at a site called Fabrico
    San Jose. Shows signs of having past contamination with maize. Local
    name Chalco teosinte. Cultivated.
  384061. East 4.5 km of Muzatlan, Guerrero on road to El Salado. This is the
    purest teosinte known. Only one small indication of its being mixed with
    maize was found in 2 million seed. Local name El Salado.
  384062. B-K 4. East side of highway, 1 km. south of Palo Blanco. Wild.
  384063. B-K 7. West side of road, 41 km south of Valle de Bravo. Elevation
    1,300 m. Wild.
                  JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31,1973                         221
384060 to 384074—Continued
 384064. Wilkes 1. Ten km. past Teloloapan, 2 km. to El Pochote. Elevation
   1,550 m. Limestone soil. Wild.
 384065. Wilkes 2. Ten km. past Teloloapan, 2 km. to El Pochote. Elevation
   1,600 m. to 1,700 m. Limestone soil. Wild.
 384066. Wilkes 3. Fifteen km. past Teloloapan, 3 km. beyond El Pochote.
   Elevation 1,700 m. Wild.
 384067. Wilkes 5. Fifteen km. past Teloloapan, 3 km. beyond El Pochote.
   Elevation 1,700 m. Wild.
 384068. Wilkes 7. Ten km. past Teloloapan, 2 km. to El Pochote. Elevation
   1,550 m. Limestone soil. Wild.
 384069. Wilkes 8. Ten km. past Teloloapan, 2 km. to El Pochote. Elevation
   1,550 m. Limestone soil. Wild.
 384070. Wilkes 9. On road to Arcelia, 20 km. west of El Aquacate. Eleva-
   tion 1,100 m. Wild.
 384071. Wilkes 10. Iguala-Arcelia road, 103 km. from Iguala. Elevation
   1,100 m. Wild.
 384072. Wilkes 11. Ten km. past Teloloapan, 2 km. to El Pochote. Elevation
   1,550 m. Limestone soil. Wild.
 384073. Wilkes 12. On road to Arcelia, 103 km. from Iguala. Elevation
   1,100 m. Wild.
 384074. Wilkes 13. On road to Arcelia, 55 km. from Iguala. Elevation 1,550
   m. Wild.

384075 to 384345.
From Ethiopia. Seed collected October-November 1970, by G. A. Wiebe, Cereal
    Crops Research Branch, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Maryland. Re-
    ceived December 30, 1973.
  384075 to 384296. TRITICUM AESTIVUM L. Gramineae.            Common wheat.
    384075. GAW 4-1. Gondar.
    384076. GAW 4-2.     Gondar.
    384077. GAW 4-3. Gondar.
    384078. GAW 4-4.     Gondar.
    384079. GAW 5-1. Twelve km. south of Gondar.
    384080. GAW 5-3. Twelve km. south of Gondar.
    384081. GAW 5-4. Twelve km. south of Gondar.
    384082. GAW 6-1. Thirteen km. south of Gondar.
    384083. GAW fc-2. Thirteen km. south of Gondar.
    384084. GAW 6-3. Thirteen km. south of Gondar.
    384085. GAW 6-4. Thirteen km. south of Gondar.
    384086. GAW 6-5. Thirteen km. south of Gondar.
    384087. GAW 6A-1.     Ninety-two km. north of Bahr Dar.
    384088. GAW 6A-2.     Ninety-two km. north of Bahr Dar.
    384089. GAW 6A-3.     Ninety-two km. north of Bahr Dar.
    384090. GAW 6A-4.     Ninety-two km. north of Bahr Dar.
    384091. GAW 6A-5.     Ninety-two km. north of Bahr Dar.
    384092. GAW 6A-6.     Ninety-two km. north of Bahr Dar.
    384093. GAW 6A-7. Ninety-two km. north of Bahr Dar.
222                  PLANT INVENTORY NO. 181

384075 to 384345—Continued
 384075 to 384296—Continued
   384094. GAW 6A-8. Ninety-two km. north of Bahr Dar.
   384095. GAW 7-1. Three km. south of Azezo.
   384096. GAW 7-2. Three km. south of Azezo.
   384097. GAW 8-1.     Twelve km. south of Gondar.
   384098. GAW &-2. Twelve km. south of Gondar.
   384099. GAW 8-3.     Twelve km. south of Gondar.
   384100. GAW 8-4. Twelve km. south of Gondar.
   384101. GAW 8-5. Twelve km. south of Gondar.
   384102. GAW 8-6. Twelve km. south of Gondar.
   384103. GAW 8-7. Twelve km. south of Gondar.
   384104. GAW 9-1. Two km. north of Gondar.
   384105. GAW 9-2. Two km. north of Gondar.
   384106. GAW 9-3.    Two km. north of Gondar.
   384107. GAW 9-4. Two km. north of Gondar.
   384108. GAW 9-5.    Two km. north of Gondar.
   384109. GAW 9-6. Two km. north of Gondar.
  384110.   GAW 10-1.    Six km. north of Gondar.
  384111.   GAW 10-2.    Six km. north of Gondar.
  384112.   GAW 10-3.    Six km. north of Gondar.
  384113.   GAW 10-4.    Six km. north of Gondar.
  384114.   GAW 10-5.    Six km. north of Gondar.
  384115.   GAW 10-6.    Six km. north of Gondar.
  384116.   GAW 11-1.    Nine km. north of Gondar.
  384117.   GAW 11-2.    Nine km. north of Gondar.
  384118.   GAW 11-3.    Nine km. north of Gondar.
  384119.   GAW 11-4.    Nine km. north of Gondar.
  384120.   GAW 11-5.    Nine km. north of Gondar.
  384121.   GAW 11-6.    Nine km. north of Gondar.
  384122.   GAW 11-7.    Nine km. north of Gondar.
  384123.   GAW 11-8.    Nine km. north of Gondar.
  384124.   GAW 11-9.    Nine km. north of Gondar.
  384125.   GAW 11-10,    Nine km. north of Gondar.
  384120.   GAW 11-11.    Nine km. north of Gondar.
  384127.   GAW 11-12.    Nine km. north of Gondar.
  384128.   GAW 12-1.    Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
  384129.   GAW 12-2.    Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
  384130.   GAW 13-1.    Five km. north of Gondar.
  384131.   GAW 13-2.    Five Jem. north of Gondar.
  384132.   GAW 14-1.    Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
  384133.   GAW 14-2.    Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
  384134.   GAW 14-3.    Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
  384135.   GAW 14-4.    Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
  384136.   GAW 14-5.    Thirteen km. north of Gondar.
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384075 to 384345—Continued
 384075 to 384296—Continued
  384137. GAW 15-1. Fourteen km. north of Gondar.
  384138. GAW 15-2. Fourteen km. north of Gondar.
  384139. GAW 15-3. Fourteen km. north of Gondar.
  384140. GAW 15-4. Fourteen km. north of Gondar.
  384141. GAW 15-5. Fourteen km. north of Gondar.
  384142. GAW 15-6. Fourteen km. north of Gondar.
  384143. GAW 16-1. Eighteen km. north of Gondar.
  384144. GAW 16-2. Eighteen km. north of Gondar.
  384145. GAW 17-3. Nineteen km. north of Gondar.
  384146. GAW 18-1. Twenty-five km. north of Gondar.
  384147. GAW 18-2. Twenty-five km. north of Gondar.
  384148. GAW 18-3. Twenty-five km. north of Gondar.
  384149. GAW 18-4. Twenty-five km. north of Gondar.
  384150. GAW 18-5. Twenty-five km. north of Gondar.
  384151. GAW 18-6. Twenty-five km. north of Gondar.
  384152. GAW 18-7. Twenty-five km. north of Gondar.
  384153. GAW 19-1. Thirty-three km. north of Gondar.
  384154. GAW 19-2. Thirty-three km. north of Gondar.
  384155. GAW 19-3. Thirty-three km. north of Gondar.
  384156. GAW 19-4. Thirty-three km. north of Gondar.
  384157. GAW 20-1. Sixty-one km. north of Gondar.
  384158. GAW 20-2. Sixty-one km. north of Gondar.
  384159. GAW 20-3. Sixty-one km. north of Gondar.
  384160. GAW 20-4. Sixty-one km. north of Gondar.
  384161. GAW 20-5. Sixty-one km. north of Gondar.
  384162. GAW 20-6. Sixty-one km. north of Gondar.
  384163. GAW 20-7. Sixty-one km. north of Gondar.
  384164. GAW 21-1. Eighty-one km. north of Gondar.
  384165. GAW 21-2. Eighty-one km. north of Gondar.
  384166. GAW 21-3. Eighty-one km. north of Gondar.
  384167. GAW 21-5. Eighty-one km. north of Gondar.
  384168. GAW 22. Twenty-five km. west of Axum.
  384169. GAW 23-1. Twenty-two km. west of Axum.
  384170. GAW 23-2. Twenty-two km. west of Axum.
  384171. GAW 24-1. Fourteen km. west of Axum.
  384172. GAW 24-2. Fourteen km. west of Axum.
  384173. GAW 24-3. Fourteen km. west of Axum.
  384174. GAW 24-4. Fourteen km. west of Axum.
  384175. GAW 24-5. Fourteen km. west of Axum.
  384176. GAW 24-6. Fourteen km. west of Axum.
  384177. GAW 24-7. Fourteen km. west of Axum.
  384178. GAW 24-8. Fourteen km. west of Axum.
  384179. GAW 24-9. Fourteen km. west of Axum.
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 384075 to 384296—Continued
   384180. GAW 25-1. Three km. east of Axum.
   384181. GAW 25-2. Three km. east of Axum.
   384182. GAW 25-3. Three km. east of Axum.
   384183. GAW 25-4. Three km. east of Axum.
   384184. GAW 25-5. Three km. east of Axum.
   384185. GAW 25-6. Three km. east of Axum.
   384186. GAW 25-7. Three km. east of Axum.
   384187. GAW 25-8. Three km. east of Axum.
   384188. GAW 26-1. Ten km. east of Axum.
   384189. GAW 26-2. Ten km. east of Axum.
   384190. GAW 26-3. Ten km. east of Axum.
   384191. GAW 26-4. Ten km. east of Axum.
   384192. GAW 26A-1. Seventeen km. east of Adowa.
   384193. GAW 26A-2. Seventeen km. east of Adowa.
   384194. GAW 26A-3. Seventeen km. east of Adowa.
   384195. GAW 26A-4. Seventeen km. east.of Adowa.
   384196. GAW 27-1. Thirty-six km. east of Axum.
   384197. GAW 27-3. Thirty-six km. east of Axum.
   384198. GAW 27-4. Thirty-six km. east of Axum.
   384199. GAW 27-5. Thirty-six km. east of Axum.
   384200. GAW 27-6. Thirty-six km. east of Axum.
   384201. GAW 27A-1. Six km. north of Adowa.
   384202. GAW 27A-2. Six km. north of Adowa.
   384203. GAW 28-1. Ten km. north of Adowa.
   384204. GAW 28-2. Ten km. north of Adowa.
   384205. GAW 28-3. Ten km. north of Adowa.
   384206. GAW 28-4. Ten km. north of Adowa.
   384207. GAW 28A-1. Fifty-one km. northeast of Intcho.
   384208. GAW 28A-2. Fifty-one km. northeast of Intcho.
   384209. GAW 28A-3. Fifty-one km. northeast of Intcho.
   384210. GAW 2&-1. One km. west of Axum.
   384211. GAW 29-2. One km. west of Axum.
   384212. GAW 2&-3. One km. west of Axum.
   384213. GAW 29-4. One km. west of Axum.
   384214. GAW 29A-1. Fifty-six km. south of Adigrat.
   384215. GAW 29A-3. Fifty-six km. south of Adigrat.
   384216. GAW 29A-4. Fifty-six km. south of Adigrat.
   384217. GAW 29A-6. Fifty-six km. south of Adigrat.
   384218. GAW 29A-7. Fifty-six km. south of Adigrat.
   384219. GAW 29A-8. Fifty-six km. south of Adigrat.
   384220. GAW 29A-9. Fifty-six km. south of Adigrat.
   384221. GAW 30-1. Nine km. east of Adowa.
   384222. GAW 30-2. Nine km. east of Adowa.
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384075 to 384345—Continued
 384075 to 384296—Continued
   384223. GAW 30-3. Nine km. east of Adowa.
   384224. GAW 30-4. Nine km. east of Adowa.
   384225. GAW 30-5. Nine km. east of Adowa.
   384226. GAW 30A-1. Forty-one km. south of Adigrat.
   384227. GAW 30A-2. Forty-one km. south of Adigrat.
  384228. GAW 30A-3. Forty-one km. south of Adigrat.
   384229. GAW 30A-4. Forty-one km. south of Adigrat.
   384230. GAW 31-1. Forty-six km. south of Adigrat.
   384231. GAW 32-1. Ninety km. south of Adigrat.
   384232. GAW 32-2. Ninety km. south of Adigrat.
   384233. GAW 32-3. Ninety km. south of Adigrat.
   384234. GAW 32-4. Ninety km. south of Adigrat.
  384235. GAW 33-1. Ninety-seven km. south of Adigrat.
  384236. GAW 34-2. One hundred and six km. south of Adigrat.
   384237. GAW 34-4. One hundred and six km. south of Adigrat.
   384238. GAW 34-9. One hundred and six km. south of Adigrat.
  384239. GAW 36-2. Twenty km. south of Mekele.
  384240. GAW 35-6. Twenty km. south of Mekele.
  384241. GAW 36-2. Thirty-seven km. south of Mekele.
  384242. GAW 36-3. Thirty-seven km. south of Mekele.
  384243. GAW 36-4. Thirty-seven km. south of Mekele.
  384244. GAW 36-6. Thirty-seven km. south of Mekele.
  384245. GAW 36-8. Thirty-seven km. south of Mekele.
  384246. GAW 36-9. Thirty-seven km. south of Mekele.
  384247. GAW 37-3. Two km. north of Kombolcha.
  384248. GAW 38-1. Eighteen km. west of Addis Ababa.
  384249. GAW 38-2. Eighteen km. west of Addis Ababa.
  384250. GAW 38-3. Eighteen km. west of Addis Ababa.
  384251. GAW 39-1. One hundred and eight km. northeast of Jimma.
  384252. GAW 3&-2. One hundred and eight km. northeast of Jimma.
  384253. GAW 39-3. One hundred and eight km. northeast of Jimma.
  384254. GAW 39-4. One hundred and eight km. northeast of Jimma.
  384255. GAW 39-5. One hundred and eight km. northeast of Jimma.
  384256. GAW 39-6. One hundred and eight km. northeast of Jimma.
  384257. GAW 40-1. Two hundred and twenty-three km. northeast of
     Jimma.
  384258. GAW 40-2. Two hundred and twenty-three km. northeast of
     Jimma.
  384259. GAW 40-3. Two hundred and twenty-three km. northeast of
     Jimma.
  384260. GAW 40-4. Two hundred and twenty-three km. northeast of
     Jimma.
  384261. GAW 41-1. Two hundred and forty-one km. northeast of Jimma.
  384262. GAW 41-2. Two hundred and forty-one km. northeast of Jimma.
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   384263. GAW 41-3. Two hundred and forty-one km. northeast of Jimma.
   384264. GAW 41-4. Two hundred and forty-one km. northeast of Jimma.
   384265. GAW 42-1. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   384266. GAW 42-2. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   384267. GAW 42-3. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   384268. GAW 42-4. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   384269. GAW 42-5. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   384270. GAW 42-6. Two hundred and forty-two km. northeast of Jimma.
   384271. GAW 43-1. Ninety km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   384272. GAW 43-2. Ninety km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   384273. GAW 43-3. Ninety km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   384274. GAW 43-4. Ninety km. southwest of Addis Ababa.
   384275. GAW 44-1. Seventy-two km. from Addis Ababa to Ambo.
   384276. GAW 44-2. Seventy-two km. from Addis Ababa to Ambo.
   384277. GAW 46-1. Fifty-four km. from Fincha.
   384278. GAW 46-2. Fifty-four km. from Fincha.
   384279. GAW 46-3. Fifty-four km. from Fincha.
   384280. GAW 46-4. Fifty-four km. from Fincha.
   384281. GAW 46-5. Fifty-four km. from Fincha.
   384282. GAW 46-6. Fifty-four km. from Fincha.
   384283. GAW 46-7. Fifty-four km. from Fincha.
   384284. GAW 46-8. Fifty-four km. from Fincha.
   384285. GAW 4&-9. Fifty-four km. from Fincha.
   384286. GAW 46-10. Fifty-four km. from Fincha.
   384287. GAW 46-11. Fifty-four km. from Fincha.
   384288. GAW 46-12. Fifty-four km. from Fincha.
   384289. GAW 46-13. Fifty-four km. from Fincha.
   384290. GAW 46-14. Fifty-four km. from Fincha.
   384291. GAW 49-1. Twenty-four km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
   384292. GAW 49-2. Twenty-four km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
   384293. GAW 49-3. Twenty-four km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
   384294. GAW 50-1. Fifty-four km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
   384295. GAW 50-2. Fifty-four km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
   384296. GAW 50-3. Fifty-four km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
 384297 to 384321. TRITICUM DICOCCON Schrank
   384297. GAW 33-2. Ninety-seven km. south of Adigrat.
   384298. GAW 33-3. Ninety-seven km. south of Adigrat.
   384299. GAW 33-4. Ninety-seven km. south of Adigrat.
   384300. GAW 33-5. Ninety-seven km. south of Adigrat.
   384301. GAW 33-6. Ninety-seven km. south of Adigrat.
   384302. GAW 33-8. Ninety-seven km. south of Adigrat.
   384303. GAW 34-1. One hundred and six km. south of Adigrat.
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384075 to 384345—Continued
 384297 to 384321—Continued
   384304. GAW 34-5. One hundred and six km. south of Adigrat.
   384305. GAW 34-6. One hundred and six km. south of Adigrat.
   384306. GAW 34-7. One hundred and six km. south of Adigrat.
   384307. GAW 34-8. One hundred and six km. south of Adigrat.
   384308. GAW 35-1. Twenty km. south of Mekele.
   384309. GAW 35-3. Twenty km. south of Mekele.
   384310. GAW 35-5. Twenty km. south of Mekele.
   384311. GAW 36-1. Thirty-seven km. south of Mekele.
   384312. GAW 36-7. Thirty-seven km. south of Mekele.
   384313. GAW 37-1. Two km. north of Kombolcha.
   384314. GAW 37-2. Two km. north of Kombolcha.
   384315. GAW 37-4. Two km. north of Kombolcha.
   384316. GAW 47-4. Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
   384317. GAW 47-6. Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
   384318. GAW 47-7. Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
   384319. GAW 4&-1. Eighteen km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
   384320. GAW 48-2. Eighteen km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
   384321. GAW 48-3. Eighteen km. southeast of Addis Ababa.
 384322 to 384329. TRITICUM DURUM Desf.                   Durum wheat.
   384322. GAW 45-9. Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
   384323. GAW 45-10. Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
   384324. GAW 45-11. Twenty-five km west of Ambo.
   384325. GAW 45-12. Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
   384326. GAW 45-13. Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
   384327. GAW 45-14. Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
   384328. GAW 47-1. Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
   384329. GAW 47-5. Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
 384330 to 384336.   TRITICUM MONOCOCCUM L.
   384330. GAW 33-7. Ninety-seven km. south of Adigrat.
   384331. GAW 33-9. Ninety-seven km. south of Adigrat.
   384332. GAW 33-10. Ninety-seven km. south of Adigrat.
   384333. GAW 34-3. One hundred and six km. south of Adigrat.
   384334. GAW 35-4. Twenty km. south of Mekele.
   384335. GAW 36-5. Thirty-seven km. south of Mekel.
   384336. GAW 47-3. Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
 384337 to 384345. TRITICUM POLONICUM L.                  Polish wheat.
   384337. GAW 45-1. Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
   384338. GAW 45-2. Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
   384339. GAW 45-3. Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
   384340. GAW 45-4. Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
   384341. GAW 4S-5. Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
   384342. GAW 45-6. Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
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 384337 to 384345—Continued
   384343. GAW 45-7. Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
   384344. GAW 45-8. Twenty-five km. west of Ambo.
   384345. GAW 47-2. Seventy-six km. east of Ambo.
384346 t o 384424.    TRITICUM AESTIVUM L .          Gramineae.
                                                          Common wheat.
From Netherlands. Seed collected 1969 in Nigeria and presented by A. C. Zeven,
    Institute of Plant Breeding, Wageningen. Received November 20, 1973.
  384346. 'Dikwa 1'.                    384381. 'Dikwa 36'.
  384347. 'Dikwa 2\                     384382. 'Dikwa 37'.
  384348. 'Dikwa 3 \                    384383. 'Dikwa 38'.
  384349. 'Dikwa 4\                     384384. 'Dikwa 39'.
  384350. 'Dikwa 5\                     384385. 'Dikwa 40'.
  384351. 'Dikwa 6\                     384386. 'Dikwa 41'.
  384352. 'Dikwa V.                     384387. 'Dikwa 42'.
  384353. 'Dikwa 8\                     384388. 'Dikwa 43'.
  384354. 'Dikwa 9'.                    384389. 'Dikwa 44'.
  384355. 'Dikwa 10'.                   384390. 'Dikwa 45'.
 384356. 'Dikwa 11'.                    384391. 'Dikwa 46'.
 384357. 'Dikwa 12'.                    384392. 'Dikwa Wit 34'.
 384358. 'Dikwa 13'.                    384393. 'Dikwa Wit 39'.
 384359. 'Dikwa 14'.                    384394. 'Dikwa Wit 40'.
 384360. 'Dikwa 15'.                    384395. 'Hadejia 1'.
 384361. 'Dikwa 16'.                    384396. 'Hadejia 2'.
 384362. 'Dikwa 17'.                    384397. 'Hadejia 3'.
 384363. 'Dikwa 18'.                    384398. 'Hadejia 4'.
 384364. 'Dikwa 19'.                    384399. 'Nigeria 2'.
 384365. 'Dikwa 20'.                    384400. 'Wurno 1'.
 384366. 'Dikwa 21'.                    384401. 'Wurno 2'.
 384367. 'Dikwa 22'.                    384402. 'Wurno 3'.
 384368. 'Dikwa 23'.                    384403. 'Wurno 4'.
 384369. 'Dikwa 24'.                    384404. 'Wurno 5'.
 384370. 'Dikwa 25'.                    384405. 'Wurno 6'.
 384371. 'Dikwa 26'.                    384406. 'Wurno 7'.
 384372. 'Dikwa 27'.                    384407. 'Wurno 8'.
 384373. 'Dikwa 28'.                    384408. 'Wurno 9'.
 384374. 'Dikwa 29'.                    384409. 'Wurno 10'.
 384375. 'Dikwa 30'.                    384410. 'Wurno 11'.
 384376. 'Dikwa 31'.                    384411. 'Wurno 12'.
 384377. 'Dikwa 32'.                    384412. 'Wurno 13'.
 384378. 'Dikwa 33'.                    384413. 'Wurno 14'.
 384379. 'Dikwa 34'.                    384414. 'Wurno 15'.
 384380. 'Dikwa 35'.                    384415. 'Wurno 16'.
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384346 to 384424—Continued
 384416.   'Wurno 17\                 384421.   'Zaria 1'.
 384417.   'Wurno 18\                 384422.   'Zaria 2\
 384418.   'Wurno 20\                 384423.   'Zaria 3'.
 384419.   'Wurno 22'.                384424.   'Zaria 4\
 384420.   'Wurno 23\

384425 to 384427.        CENCHRUS CILIARIS L.      Gramineae.
                                                          Buffelgrass.
From India. Seed presented by S. C. Pandeya, Saurashtra University, Rajkot
   under Public Law Project A7-CR-310. Received November 23, 1973.
 384425. R M - 3 ecotype.
 384426. RM-6 ecotype.
 384427. RM-9 ecotype.
             INDEX OF COMMON AND SCIENTIFIC NAMES
    *If the species of a genus do not have distinct common names, they share the
same name as the genus.


Abelmoachus (hybrid), 379582.             Alnus cordata, 381123, 381126, 381325.
     esculentus, 378630-378631,                incana, 379591.
       379352-379353, 379583.                 japonica, 379592.
    manihot, 379584.                           orientalis, 381326.
Abies cephalonica, 379589-379590.         Aloe buettneri, 378562.
Abutilon suntense, 377759.                     cryptopoda, 378583.
    vivifolium, 377760.                        marlothii, 378584.
Acacia nilotica, 380603.                      petricola, 378563, 378585.
Acer monspe88ulanum, 377765-377767.            saponaria, 378586.
     obtusatum, 377768-377770.                 vogtsii, 378587.
    platanoide8, 377771.                  Alopecurus arundinaceus,        380658-
    pseudoplatanus, 377772-377774.          380666, 383585,
    P8eudoplatanu8 var. tomentosum,            pratensis, 380667-380673, 383586,
        377775.                                   383857.
     tataricum, 377776-377777.            Alstroemeria sp., 379062.
Achillea filipendulina, 380604.           Althaea officinalis, 380674-380676.
    santolina, 380605-380608.                  sp. 380677.
    sulphurea, 380609.                    Alyssum borzaenum, 378184.
     sp. 380610-380614, 383527-383528.         szovitsianum, 378643.
Acroceras macrum, 381316-381318.          Amelanchier alnifolia, 377751.
Aechmea angustifolia, 378561.                  cretica, 377778.
Aegilops triuncialis, 383529.                  humulis, 381120.
    umbellulata, 383530.                       sp., 380678.
     sp., 378186-378196, 383531.          Amherstia nobilis, 381136.
Aeluropu8 littoralis, 380615.             Ammophila arenaria, 378091.
    repens, 380616.                       Amygdalus horrida, 380679.
Agropyron cristatum, 380617-380619,       Andropogon gayanus, 381080, 381335.
  383532-383536.                               sp., 383587-383590.
     dasystachyum, 380620.                Anethum graveolens, 379082. ,
     desertorum, 380621,383537-383541.    Anthephora acuminata, 381082.
     distichum, 378588.                        cristata, 381083.
     elongatiforme,      380622-380625,       pubescens, 381084.
        383542-383544.                    Anthyllis vulneraria, 383591.
     elongatum, 380626, 383545.           Apium graveolens, 379083-379085.
    fibrosum, 383849.                     Apple. See Malus sylvestris.
     intermedium,        380627-380635,   Apricot. See Prunus armeniaca.
        383546-383570.                    Arachis hypogaea,        378012-378019,
     intermedium var. trichophorum,               378163-378165, 378866, 381330-
        380636-380642, 383571-383578.             381332, 381622, 383421, 383423-
     leptourum, 380643, 383579.                   383431.
     repens, 383580-383582.                    villosulicarpa, 378180-378181.
     taurii, 380644-380652.               Arctostaphylos uva-ursi, 379086.
     sp., 380653-380656, 383583.          Argemone rnexicana, 377997.
Agrostis gigantea, 383584.                     sp., 377977.
Akebia quinata, 378924.                   Aronia melanocarpa, 377752.
Albizia antunesiana, 377913.              Artemisia aucheri, 380680.
     brevifolia, 377914.                  Arundinella nepalensis, 381927-
     lebbeck, 381117.                             381931.
     lophantha, 381118, 381686.                sp., 384059.
    polyphylla, 381687.                   Ash. See Fraxinus oxycarpa,
                                               European. See F. excelsior.
Alder. See Alnus orientalis.              Asparagus, drooping. See Asparagus
    Japanese. See A. japonica.              crispus.
Alfalfa. See Medicago sativa.                  fern. See A. plumosus.
    tree. See M. arborea.                      garden. See A. officinalis.
     yellow-flowered. See M. falcata.          smilax. See A. asparagoides.
Allium ampeloprasumt 379063-379069.            sprenger. See A. sprengeri.
     cepa, 377901, 379070-379081.         Asparagus acutifolius, 377697, 877703-
     sativum, 383817-383834.                377704, 383850.
                                               africanus, 383367.
     sp., 380657.                              albua, 383897.
Almond, Russian. See Prunus tenella.
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Asparagus—Continued                        Beckeropsis unisetay 377708.
     aphyllus, 377700, 377701, 377705-     Beckmannia eruciformis, 383607.
        377707.                            Beggarweed. See Desmodium unci-
     asparagoideSy 383898.                   natum.
     crispus, 383899.                      Benincasa hispidaf 381688-381693.
     densiflorus, 383900, 383918.          Berberis integerrimay 380753.
    falcatus, 383901.                      Bermudagrass. See Cynodon dacty-
     maritimuSy 383851.                      lon.
     officinalis, 377702, 381107-381108,   Beta vulgarisy 379096-379099, 381632-
        381109, 381623-381625, 381934,       381655.
        381938, 383273, 383274, 383342,        vulgaris var. delay 379100-379101.
        383351, 383368, 383852, 383858-         sp., 380754.
        383859, 383919.                    Betula albosinensisy 381127.
    plumosus, 383369, 383853, 383902.           oycoviensiSy 383860.
     8copariu,8, 383903.                       pendula, 381124.
    8prengeri. 383352, 383814.                 pumilat 381125.
Astragalus caragna, 380681, 380682.        Bewsia bifloray 383326.
    chaborasicus, 380683, 380684.          Blackberry, elmleaf. See Rubus ulmi-
     cicer, 383592.                         folius.
     cornutus, 380685.                     Blackthorn. See Prunus spinosa,
    falcatus, 381914.                      Bluegrass, Kentucky. See Poa pra-
    fasciculifolius, 380686.                 tensis.
    glycyphylloSy 383593, 383594.              upland. See P. glaucantha.
    hamosusy 380687-380689, 383595.             wood. See P. nemoralis.
     karakuschensiSy 380690.               Bluestem, King's ranch. See Bothrio-
     luristanicusy 380691.                   chola ischaemum.
     orbiculatu8y 380692.                  Bombax malabaricuniy 381138.
    raddei, 380693, 380694.
     8iliquosu8, 380695-380698.            Bothriochloa ischaemurriy 380755-
    spinescens, 380699.                      380757, 383608-383611.
    tribuloides, 380700-380702.            Bougainvillea sp., 380536-380557.
    vaginatus, 380703.                     Brachiaria eminiiy 378652.
     sp., 380704-380749, 383596-383606.         nigropedatat 379627.
Atriplex hortensis, 379087-379095.              ruziziensisy 379628.
    inflata, 380750.                       Brachypodium pinnatumt 383612-
    muelleri, 380751.                         383614.
Aurinia saxatilis subsp. saxatilis,            sylvaticumy 377917, 377918, 380758.
  378185.                                      sp., 380759.
Avena sativa, 377730, 378197-378209,       Brassica napusf 383422.
  378871, 379574.                              nigrat 379102, 379103.
    sterilis, 378712-378865, 379669-           oleraceay 380760.
        380518.                                oleracea var. capitatat   379104-
     sp., 380752.                                 379111.
Averrhoa bilimbi, 381137.
Axonopus scopariusy 378092, 378093.    Briza maxima, 378161, 378177, 378648.
                                          mediay 378956.
                                          minory 378045, 378178, 378653,
Bahiagrass. See Paspalum      notatum.      378881.
Banisteria caapi, 378542.             Broadbean. See Vicia faba.
Banisteriopsis sp., 377987, 377988.   Bromegrass, false. See Brachypo-
Banksia ashbyit 383842.                dium sylvaticum.
   baxteriy 383843.                      Japanese. See B. pinnatum.
   grandis, 383844.                      foxtail. See Bromus rubens.
   occidentaliSy 383845.                 Mediterranean. See B. macro-
   prionotesy 383846.                      stachys.
   speciosa, 383847.                     smooth. See B. inermis.
   victoriae, 383848.                    Spanish. See B. madritensis.
Barley. See Hordeum vulgare.          Bromus cappadocicusf 380761.
    two-rowed. See H. distichon.         erectusy 380762, 380763, 383615,
Basil. See Ocimum basilicum.               383616.
Beachgrass, European. See Ammo-          inermisy 380764, 383617, 384016.
 phila arenaria.                         macrostachysy 378150, 378957,
Bean, adsuki. See Vignaangularis.          379585.
   common. See Phaseolus vulgaris.       madritensisy 378151, 378958.
   lima. See P. lunatus.                 rubensy 378152.
    scarlet runner. See P. coccineus.    tectorumf 380765.
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Bromu8—Continued                        CitruUus lanatus, 378610-378617,
   tomentellua, 380766-380781,               379222-379257, 381694-381741,
     383618-383622.                          381742-381755.
   tomentosus, 380782-380788.           Clary, common. See Salvia sclarea.
   sp., 378046, 380789, 381133.         Clematis, Italian. See Clematis viti-
Bryonia monoica, 380790.                 cella.
Buckthorn, veiny. See Rhamnus           Clematis viticella, 377797, 377798.
 fallax.                                Clover, alsike. See Trifolium
Buffelgrass. See Cenchrus ciliaris.      hybridum.
Burnet, small. See Sanguisorba minor.        berseem. See T. alexandrinum.
Burningbush, broadleaf. See Euony-          crimson. See T. incamatum.
 mus Iatifoliu8.                             large hop. See T. campestre.
Bute a mono8perma, 381139.                   Persian. See T. resuptnatum.
                                             red. See T. pratense.
Cabbage. See Brassica oleracea var.          strawberry. See T. fragiferum.
  capitata.                                  subterranean. See f. subter-
Cadia purpurea, 378564.                        raneum.
Cajanus cajan, 383432.                      white. See T. repens.
Calamagrostis epigeios, 380791,380792,       zig-zag. See T. medium.
  383623.                               Coca. See Erythroxylum coca.
    pseudophragmites, 380793.           Colchicum autumnale, 377734.
    sp., 380794.                             sp., 377735.
Calligonum persicum, 380795.            Colutea arborescens, 383627.
    sp., 380796.                        Coprosma robusta, 380526.
Campanula ramosissima, 377779.          Coriaria, Japanese. See Coriaria
Canarygrass, large. See Phalaris japonica.
 aquatica.                              Corxaria japonica, 377978.
    reed. See P. arundinacea.           Corn. See Zea mays.
Cannibis sativa, 377919-377940,378939. Cornelian-cherry. See Cornus mas.
Capsicum annuum, 377688, 378647, Comus mas, 377799-377804, 379258,
    379112-379216, 380521, 381320, 379259.
    381321, 381626.                     Coronilla scorpioides, 383628.
Carex kobomugi, 381631.                     varia, 380804-380809, 38362^-
    sp., 380797-380799, 383624.                383631.
Carpetgrass. See Axonopus                   sp., 380810.
 8copartU8.                             Corylus colurna, 377805.
Carpinus betulus, 377780-377790.        Costus sp., 378565.
    orientalis, 377791-377795.          Cotton, sea-island. See Gossypium
Carrot. See Daucus carota.               barbadense.
Carthamus tinctorius, 380800.                upland. See G. hirsutum.
Cast or be an. See Ricinus communis. Cowpea. See Vigna unguiculata.
Catapodium patens, 378047.              Crambe abyssinica, 378589.
    rigidum, 378048.                        filiformis, 378146.
Celery. See Apium graveolens.                hispanica, 378590, 380519.
Celtis toumefortii, 377796.                  kralikii, 378145.
Cenchrus ciliaris, 378878, 378879, Cranberry bush, European. See
    379629, 379630, 380801, 383625, Viburnum opulus.
    384425-384427.                      Crataegus monogyna, 379260.
Cephalotaxus drupacea, 378925.               orientalis, 379261.
Cercis siliquastrum, 379593.                 sp.,
Champac. See Michelia champaca. Crataeva383632.     religiosa, 378566.
Chard, Swiss. See Beta vulgaris var. Crocus 8ativu8, 381119.
  cicla.                                                   See Coronilla varia.
Cheatgrass. See Bromus tectorum. Crownvetch. See Cucumis sativus.
                                        Cucumber.
Cherry, Amur. See Prunus maackii. Cucumis melo, 378057-378065,
     Korean. See P. maximowiczii.
     mahalab. See P. mahaleb.                   378168-378176,     378557-378560,
     sweet. See P. avium.                       379262-379277,     381756-381780,
Chickpea. See Cicer arietinum.                  381781-381803.
Chimonanthu8 praecos, 378926.                melo var. cantalupensis, 377586.
Chloris gayana, 378042, 378043, 379631,      sativus, 378066, 378067, 379278-
  381336.                                       379287.
Chrysopogon fallax, 379632.             Cucurbita maxima, 378618-378623,
Cicer anatolicum, 383626.                 379288-379305, 381323.
    arietinum, 379217-379221, 380802,       moschata, 381804-381820.
       380803.                              pepo, 378624-378629,379306-379324.
Cinnamomum japonicum, 378927.           Cusnaw. See Cucurbita moschata.
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Cynodon dactylon, 380811, 383633.      Eriachne pallescens, 377583.
   nlemfuensis, 380524.                     triseta, 377584.
Cyperus esculentus, 378899, 378900.    Eriochloa sp., 380835.
                                       Eriochry8i8 pallida, 383329.
Dactylis glomerata, 377731, 377732, Erioaonum sp., 380836. 380837-380839.
                                       Erodiumpulverulentum,
       380812-380825, 381116, 381630, Erythroxylum argentinum, 377979.
       381915, 381916, 383634-383638,
       384017-384019.                       coco,377970-377973,377990-377994,
    glomerata subsp. aschersoniana,            381315.
       377733.                         Eschscholtzia californica, 377955.
Dahlia scapigera, 377761, 377762.      Euchlaena mexicana, 384060-384074.
                                                     378973.
Daphne, spurge. See Daphne laureola: Eulalia sp.,Iatifoliu8 377807, 377808.
                                       Euonymus
Daphne laureola, 377806.                                      t
Datura, Hindu. See Datura metel.             8ieboldiana, 378928.
Datura arborea, 377989.                     verruco8U8t 377809-377811.
    metel, 378000.                          vulgari8,37781^-377814.
     sp., 378001.                      Euphorbia viguieri, 378567.
Daucus carota, 378533, 378882, 378883, Eurotia ceratoides, 380840, 380841.
  379325-379329.                       Euryd japonica, 378929.
Delonix elatat 381140.                 Eustachys paspaloides, 383330.
Delphinium sp., 383639.
Deschampsia caespitosa, 378153,383640. Fenugreek. See Trigonella foenum-
                                         graecum.
    flexuosa, 378154.                  Ferula gummoaa, 380842.
Dermanthus depressus, 378087.          Fescue, meadow. See Festuca pra-
    virgatus, 378088.                    t ens is.
Desmodium diffusum, 379633.                 sheep. See F. ovina.
    distortum, 381081.                      tall. See F. arundinacea.
    infractum, 379634.                 Festuca arundinacea, 380843-380844,
    uncinatum, 379635, 383433.           382180, 383647.
Deyeuxia avenoides, 378049.                 ovina, 380845-380857, 383648-
Dianthus sp., 380826, 380827.
Dichanthium annulatum, 379636.                383655.
     aristatum, 379637.                     pratensis, 380858, 383656, 383657.
Digitaria decumbens, 377749.                spectabilis, 38085^-380862, 383658.
    gazensis, 381337.                       vale8taca, 380863.
    maitlandii, 381338.                     sp., 383659.
    nemoralis, 379717.                 Floripondio. See Datura arborea.
    smutsii, 379638, 380522, 380828.   Foxtail. See Alopecurus arundi-
    vesUta, 377758.                      naceus.
Dill. See Anethum graveolens.               meadow. See A. pratensis.
Dioscoreophyllum cumminsii, 378650. Fragaria vesca, 379330-379336,383920-
                                         383925.
Dolichos kihmandscharicus, 378644.          viridia, 379337-379351.
Dombeya (hybrid), 377867.              Fraxinus excelsior, 377815-377818.
     sp., 377696, 377868.                   oxycarpa, 377819.
Dorycnium anatolicum, 383641.
Dropseed. See Sporobolus panicoides.
                                       Galium sp., 380864.
                                       Garlic. See Allium sativum.
Ebenus stellata, 380829.               Gleditsia aquatica, 381128.
Echinochloa crusgalli, 383642-383644.       horrida, 381327.
    frumentacea, 380830-380831.             triacanthos, 381121.
    pyramidalis, 381339.               Glyceria plicata, 380865.
Eggplant. See Solanum melongena. Glycine clandestina, 378870.
Elaeagnus sp., 383645, 383646.              max, 377573,377574,377575-377578,
Elymu8 agropyroides, 378050.                   377579, 378655-378681, 379556,
     antarcticus, 378051.                      379559-379563, 379618-379623,
     coreanus, 377582.                         381656-381685, 382181, 383276-
     patagonicus, 378052.                      383278.
     sp., 378053.                           soja, 378682-378702.
Entota8ia imbricatat 381340.                tabacina, 378703-378707.
Eragro8tt8 capensis, 383327.                tomentella, 378708-378709.
     curvula, 378083.                       wightii, 379639-379646, 381341-
     ninden8%8t 383328.                        381342.
     pilosa, 378082.                   Goatgra88, barb. See Aegilops
     trichodes, 380832,                  triunciali8.
     sp., 380833.                      Gossypium (hybrid), 378543-378552.
Eremo8taehy8 moluccelloides, 380834.        barbadense, 378011, 381616-381618.
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Go88ypium—Continued                     Hyacinthus sp., 383668.
   hirsutum, 377683, 377684, 377698,    Hylebates cordatus, 383332.
      377699, 378711, 378949, 379624-   Hyparrheniafilipendula, 378069,381343.
      379626, 381619, 381620, 381621,       hirta, 383669.
      381946-381948, 383304-383306.         rufa, 381344.
   populifolium, 378951.                Hypecoum pendulum, 377956.
   triphyllum, 378553.
Grape, European. See Vitis vinifera.  Ilex (hybrid), 378148, 378149.
Grass, angleton. See Dichanthium            aquifolium, 377820.
 aristatum.                                paraguarien8i8t 377755.
   big quaking. See Briza maxima.           verticillata, 377678-377681, 381122.
   Johnson. See Sorghum halepense.    Illicium religiosum, 381129.
   little quaking. See Briza minor.   Impatiens auricoma, 380525.
   quaking. See B. media.                   congolensis, 383365.
   rabbittail. See Lagurus ovatus.          marianae, 383911.
Guineagrass. See Panicum                    tinctoria, 377763.
 maximum.                                   tuberiferat 383872.
                                      Indigofera subulataf 381111.
Hackberry, Oriental. See Celtis             teysmannii, 379647, 379648.
 toumefortii.                         Iochroma sp., 377981.
Hairgrass, tufted. See Deschampsia Ipomoea sp., 377998.
 caespitosa.                          Iris per8icay 380881.
    crinkled. See D. flexuosa.              sp., 380882, 383670.
Haloxylon persicum, 380866, 380867.
Hawthorn, English. See Crataegus      Jojoba. See Simmondsia chinensis.
 monogyna.                            Juncua sp., 380883.
    silver. See C. orientalis.        Juniper, common. See Juniperus
Hazelnut, Turkish. See Corylus           communi8.
 colurna.                                   prickly. See / . oxycedrus.
Hedychium sp., 378568, 378569.        Juniperus communisf 377821-377824,
Hedysarumcoronarium, 380868-380873.      383671.
    sp., 383660-383663.                     communis subsp. nanat 377825.
Heimia salicifolia, 377980.                 oxycedrus, 377826, 377827.
Helianthus annuus, 378893-378896,           sabina, 377828.
    379608, 379609, 380558-380570,
    380571-380573, 380574, 380575, Kenaf. See Hibiscus cannabinus.
    380576, 380577, 380874, 383384.   Kidney-vetch. See Anthyllis
Heliconia sp., 378570, 381628.           vulneraria.
Helictotrichon sempervirens, 378955.  Kikuyugrass. See Pennisetum
Hemarthria altissima, 378086, 379613, clandestinum.
  379617, 383331.                     Koeleriacristata, 383672-383675.
Hemp. See Cannabis sativa.                 phleoides, 380884, 383676.
Heteranthelium piliferum, 380875.
Hibiscus abelmo8chu8, 378952.         Laburnum alpinum, 377829, 377830.
    cannabinus, 378950.               Lactuca sativa, 378140, 381932, 381933,
Hierochloe sp., 383664.                  38193&-381937.
Holly, English. See Ilex aquifolium.       sativa v&r.capitata, 379354-379361.
Homoiocelti8 aspera, 378930.                sativa var. longifolia, 379362-
Honeylocust. See Gleditsia horrida.           379364.
Honeysuckle, European fly. See             virosa, 378141.
 Lonicera xylosteum.                  Ladysthumb. See Polygonom
    sweetberry. See L. caerulea.         persicaria.
Hordeum bulbosum, 380876-380880,      Lagenaria siceraria, 379614-379616,
  383665, 383666.                        381821-381855.
    deficiens, 382182-382457.               sp., 379365-379367.
    distichon, 379558, 382458-382639, Lagarus ovatus, 378155,378179,378649.
       383926-383939.                 Lamarckia aurea, 378156, 378646,
    irregulare, 382640-382665.           378959.
    violaceumf 383667.                Lasiagrostis caragana, 380885.
    vulgare, 378210-378226, 378531, Lathyrus erectus, 380886, 380887.
       382666-383209, 383854, 383855,       laetiflorus, 378182, 378183.
       383861-383863, 383940-383986.        sativus, 380888, 383677-383679.
    sp., 381134.                            sylvestris, 381917, 381918.
Hornbeam, European. See Carpinus            sp., 380889, 383275, 383680, 383681.
  betulus.                            Leek. See Allium ampeloprasum.
    hop.    See Ostryd carpinifolia.  Lens culinaris, 379368-379372, 380890-
    Oriental. See Carpinus orientalis. 380894, 383682.
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Lentil. See Lens culinaris.               Marrubium sp., 380899, 380900.
Lettuce. See Lactuca sativa.              Meconopis cambrica, 377958.
Ligustrum vulgare, 377831-377837.         Medic. See Medicago tornata.
Lilac, Korean early. See Syringa              black. See M. lupulina.
  oblata var. dilatata.                       buttonclover. See M. orbicularis.
Lilium bulbiferum, 377838.                Medicago arborea, 378085.
Lily. See Lilium bulbiferum.                  corrugata, 380901.
Limpograss. See Hemarthria                   falcata, 377710-377729, 379575-
  altissima.                                     379581, 381919-381920, 383693-
IAnum sp., 380895, 383683.                       383695.
Lippia sp., 383684.                           hemicycla, 381921.
Lohum perenne, 381112-381115.                 lupulina, 380902, 380903, 383696-
Lonicera caerulea, 377880, 377881.               383699.
    xylosteum, 377839.                        minima, 380904.
Lophophora williamsii, 381314.                orbicularis, 380905-380908, 383700.
Lotononis bainesii, 378645, 379649,           rigidula, 380909-380913.
  381345.                                     sativa, 380914-380918, 381922-
Lotus corniculatus, 380896, 380897,              381924, 383701.
  383685-383690.                              tornata, 383258.
    maroccanus, 383691.                       truncatula, 380919.
    mearnsii, 379650.                         sp., 380920.
    sp. 383237.                           Melica cupani, 380921-380923,
Lovegrass. See Eragrostis capensis.              383702-383704.
    weeping. See E. curvula.                  inaequiglumis, 380924-380927.
Luffa acutangula, 381856-381868.          Melilotus alba, 383705-383707.
    cylindrica, 381869-381900.                altissima, 378081.
Lunaria annua, 378877,379554,379555.          officinalis, 383708, 383709.
Lupine. See Lupinus hispanicus.               sp., 377757.
    bitter blue. See L. angustifolius.    Mesquite. See Prosopis tamarugo.
    European yellow. See L. luteus.       Michelia champaca, 378068.
    white. See L. albus.                      compressa, 378931.
Lupinus albus, 381322.                    Milkvetch. See Astragalus cicer, A.
    angustifolius, 378162, 383238-         falcatus, A. glycyphyllos.
      383254, 383370-383383, 383692,      Millet, pearl. See Pennisetum
      383841.                              typhoides.
    hispanicus, 383255-383257.                proso. See Panicum miliaceum.
    luteus, 379607.                       Miscanthidium violaceum, 383333.
Lycium turcomannicum, 380898.             Molinia caerulea, 378147, 378960.
Lycopersicon cheesmanii, 379035-          Momordica charantia, 381901-381911.
  379041.                                 Morus alba, 380928.
    cheesmanii f. minor, 379042.          Mountain-ash. See Sorbus aria
    esculentum, 378632,378992,378993,      8alicifolia, S. torminalis.
      379043, 379044, 379373-379411,          European. See S. aucuparia.
      383434, 383435.                        white bean. See S. aria.
    esculentum var. cerasiforme, 378994   Mungbean. See Vigna radiata.
      -379009, 379045-379055, 379060,     Muskmelon. See Cucumis melo.
      379061.                             Mustard, black. See Brassica nigra.
    hirsutum, 379010-379014.
    hirsutum f. glabratum, 379056.        Needlegrass. See Stipa pennata.
    peruvianum, 379015-379018.            Neolitsea sericea, 378932.
    pimpinellifolium,   379019-379028,    Nepeta sp., 380929, 380930, 383710.
      379057-379059.                      Nicotiana glauca, 377982.
    sp., 379029-379034.                       tabacum, 377893-377900, 378072,
                                                 378073, 378074-378076.
Macleaya cordata, 377957.                 Nightshade, black. See Solanum
Mahonia lomariifolia, 378654.               nigrum.
Malus coronaria, 377753.
   ftoribunda, 377754.                    Oat, animated. See Avena sterilis.
   sylvestris, 377588-377592, 383501-         common. See A. sativa.
      383526, 383815.                     Ocimum basilicum, 379412-379414.
Maple, montpelier. See Acer                   gratissimum, 378710, 381110.
 monspessutanum.                          Okra. See Abelmoschus esculentus.
   Norway. See A. platanoides.            Olyra latifolia, 383334.
   sycamore.       SeeA.pseudoplatanus.   Onion. See Allium cepa.
   t atari an. See A. tataricum.          Onobrychis gaubae, 380931-380941.
Marjoram, wild. See Origanum                  hypargyrea, 383711.
 vulgare.                                     michauxii, 380942-380945, 383712.
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Onobrychis—Continued                   Pear. See Pyrus communis.
    persica, 380946.                       almond. See P. amygdaliformis.
    squarrosa, 380947.                     balsam. See Momordica
    viciifolia, 380948, 380949, 383713-       charantia.
       383718                          Peavine, flat. SeeLathyrus sylvestris.
    sp., 380950-380954, 383719-383723.      grass. See L. sativus.
Orach, garden. See Atriplex hortensis. Pennisetum clandestinum, 383438-
Orchardgrass. See Dactylis               383457.
 glomerata.                                latifolium, 378953.
Origanum vulgare, 383835.                  orientate, 380960.
Ornithopu8 compressus, 383259.             typhoides, 377875-377879, 382139.
Oryza sativa, 377557-377572, 377617-   Pereskia bleo, 378572.
    377623, 377750, 378094-378119,     Pemettya sp., 377965.
    378166, 378167, 378578, 378579,    Petroselinum crispum, 379416-379424.
    378580, 378876, 378898, 378961-    Petteria ramentacea, 377846.
    378962, 378963-378971, 378982-     Peyote. See Lophophora williamsii.
    378985, 378986-378991, 379564-     Phalaris aquatica, 380961, 380962,
    379573, 380527, 380528, 381939-      383725.
    381945.                                arundinacea, 378124, 380963-
Oryzopsis miliacea, 379610, 380955.           380965, 383726.
    molinioides, 38Q956.                   arundinacea f. variegata, 378954,
     sp., 380957, 383724.                     379611.
Ostrya carpinifolia, 377840-377845.         canariensis, 378054,380966,380967.
                                       Phaseolus atropurpureus, 383436.
Panicgrass, blue. See Panicum              coccineus, 379425-379427.
  antidotale.                               lunatus, 378633.
Panicum antidotale, 380958.                vulgaris, 377580, 377581, 377736,
    deustum, 378880, 381346.                  377737, 378634-378636, 379428-
    dregeanum, 383335.                        379504, 380968-380970, 381311-
    maximum, 379651.                          381313, 383366.
    miliaceum, 380959.                      sp., 378974.
Papaver alpinum, 377959.               Philadelphus delavayi, 378979.
    argemone, 378591.                      purpurascens, 378980.
    atlanticum, 377960, 378534.             subcanus, 378981.
    bracteatum, 377953, 377966,378535, Phleum paniculatum, 380971.
       378541, 378554-378556, 378581       phleoides, 380972, 383727-383729.
       378940, 378941, 378943, 381085-     pratense, 381925, 381926, 383363,
       381105, 381295-381310, 381438-         383364.
       381607, 383211, 383309.         Picris echioides, 380973.
    hybridum, 378592.                  Pimento. See Capsicum annuum.
    nudicaule, 377961, 378536, 378537. Pine, Scotch. See Pinus sylvestris.
    oreophilum, 378944.                     Swiss mountain. See P.
    orientate, 377967-377969, 378142,         mugo.
       378582, 378593, 378942, 378947, Pinus bungeana, 378933.
       378948, 381608-381611.               mugo, 377847.
    pilosum, 378945.                        sylvestris, 378972.
    P8eudo-orientale, 381612-381615.   Pisum sativum, 378157-378160, 379505,
    rhoeas, 377962, 378143, 378594.      379612,381130-381132,381333,381334.
    somniferum, 377941-377952,377954,       sativum subsp. arvense, 377693-
       377963, 377964, 377974, 377975,         377695, 383730, 383731.
       377983, 377984, 378002-378004, Pittosporum tobira, 378934.
       378144, 378538, 378540, 378595, Plum, Italian. See Prunus cocomilia.
       378946.                              myrobalan. See P. cerasifera.
    spicatum, 377764, 378539.          Poa bulbosa, 380974-380983, 383732.
    sp., 377976, 377985, 377986.            densa, 380984-380989.
Parsley. See Petroselinum crispum.         glaucantha, 380990, 383733.
Parsnip. See Pastinaca .sativa,             longifolia, 380991.
Paspalum oommersonii, 379652.               nemoralis, 383734-383736.
    notatum, 379653, 379654.                pratensis, 380992-380994, 383737.
    notatum var. latiflorum, 379655.        sp., 380995, 383738.
    vaainatum, 377709.                 Polygala cowellii, 378573.
Passiflora serrato-digitata, 378571.   Polygonom persicaria, 383739.
Pastinaca sativa, 379415.              Polypogon monspeliensis, 380996.
Pea. See Pisum sativum, P. sativum Poppy. See Papaver atlanticum.
  subsp. arvense.                           common California. See Esch-
Peach. See Prunus persica.                    scholtzia califomica.
Peanut. See Arachis hypogaea.               corn. See Papaver rhoeas.
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Poppy—Continued                         Rubus—Continued
    great scarlet. See P. bracteatum.      tomentosus, 379536-379537.
    Iceland. See P. nudicaule.             ulmifolius, 379538, 379539.
    Mexican. See Argemone               Rumex sp., 381014.
      mexicana.                         Rye. See Secale cereale.
    opium. See P. somniferum.           Ryegrass, perennial. See Lolium
    Oriental. See P. orientale.          perenne.
    Welsh. See Meconopis cambrica.
Potato. See Solatium tuberosum.
Poterium sp., 380997.                Saccharum (hybrid), 377682, 377689-
Prangos haussknechtii, 380998.         377692,377748,377869,377870-377874,
Privet, European. See Ligustrum 378006-378010,378120-378123,378532,
  vulgare.                             381106, 383210, 383212-383236.
Prosopis stephaniana, 380999.            officinarum, 378897,383279-383303.
    tamarugo, 378077.                Safflower. See Carthamus tinctorius.
Prunu8 armeniaca, 378975-378976.     Sage, garden. See Salvia officinalis.
    avium, 377593, 377594, 378977.   Sainfoin. See Onobrychis viciifolia.
    cerasifera, 377595, 377596.      Salsola rigidat 381015.
    cocomilia, 377597.               Saltbush, Queensland. See Atriplex
    grayana, 379586.                   muelleri.
    maac &«,379587.                  Salvia horminum, 383836.
    mahaleb, 377598-377600, 381000.      oflicinalis, 383837.
    maximowiczii, 379588.                ringensy 383838.
    microcarpa, 381001-381003.           sclarea, 383839.
    persica, 378978.                     verticillata, 383840.
    8coparia, 381004-381005.         Sambucus ebulusy 381016.
    spinosa, 381006.                     nigrat 381017, 383749.
    tenella, 377601.                 Sanguisorba minor, 381018-381028,
    webbii, 377602-377605.             383750-383754.
    sp., 381007, 383740-383742.      Sanicula europaea, 382179.
Puccinellia distant, 381008-381010.  Saraca indicat 381141.
Pumpkin. See Cucurbita pepo.         Satureja hortensis, 379540.
Pyru8 amygdaliformis, 377606-377610. Savory, summer. See Satureja
    communis, 383865-383871.           hortensis.
    pyraster, 377611-377615.         Scirpus sp., 383755.
                                     Secale cereale, 378227-378249.
Quercus brantii, 383743.                 montanum, 381029, 383756, 383757.
    trojana, 377848.                 Senna, bladder. See Colutea
                                       arborescens.
Radish. See Raphanus sativus.        Serviceberry. See Amelanchier
Rape. See Brassica napus.              alnifolia.
Raphanus raphanistrum, 381011.       Sesame. See Sesamum indicum.
    aativus, 379506, 379507.         Sesamum indicum, 381030.
Raphiolepis umbellata, 378935.       Sesbania grandiflora, 379656.
Rhamnus fallax, 377849, 377850.          roxburghii, 379657.
    sp., 383744.                     Setaria anceps, 381629.
Rhodesgrass. See Chloris gay ana.        sphacelata, 378044, 379658, 379659.
Rhododendron adamsii, 377738.            sp., 383758.
    parvifolium, 377739.             Simmondsia chinensis, 378596-378609.
Rhus tenuinervis, 377915.            Sium sisarium, 377587.
Rhynchelytrum rhodesianum, 383336. Smilax sieboldii, 378936.
Ribe8 multiflorum, 377616, 379508-   Snakegourd. See Trichosanthes
  379513.                              anguina.
Rice. See Oryza sativa.              Solanum gilo, 381154.
Ricinu8 communis, 384013-384015.         incanum, 381155.
Robinia pseudoacacia, 381012.            indicum, 381156.
Rosa canina, 379514-379516.              integrifolium, 381157.
    cinnamomea, 379517, 379518.          khasianum, 381158.
    eUiptica, 379519.                    maglia, 383500.
    tomento8af 379520-379521.            melongena, 379541-379545, 381159-
    villosa, 379522-379524.                   381288.
    sp., 381013, 383745-383748.          nigrum, 378005, 381289, 381290.
Rose, cinnamon. See Rosa cinna-          quitoense, 378574.
  momea.                                 sisymbrifolium, 381291.
    dog. See R. canina.                  torvum, 381292.
Rubus hirtus, 379525-379529.             tuberosum, 377740-377745, 378872-
    thyrsoideua, 379530-379535.             378875, 379595-379605, 383458-
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Solarium—Continued                          Trachypogon spicatus, 383338.
        383490, 383491-383498, 383499,      Trefoil, birdsfoot. See Lotus
        383864.                               comiculatu8.
     xanthocarpum, 381293.                  Trichosanthes anguina, 381912,381913.
     sp., 377995, 377996, 378575, 381294.   Trifolium alexandrinum, 378127-
Sophora alopecuroides, 381031.                378129, 383769.
Sorbus aria, 377851-377853.                      arvense, 378125.
     aria salicifolia, 377854.                   campestre, 381044.
     aucuparia, 377855.                          dubium, 381045, 381046, 383770,
     austriaca, 377856-377857.                      383771.
     torminalis, 377858-377861.                 fragiferum, 381047, 383772-383777.
Sorghum. See Sorghum bicolor.                    hybridum, 381048, 383778, 383779.
Sorghum bicolor, 383856.                        incamatum, 378130.
     halepense, 383759.                         medium, 383780.
Soybean See Glycine max, G. soja.                occidentale, 378126.
Spinach. See Spinacia oleracea.                 pratense, 383781, 384055-384058.
Spinacia oleracea, 379546-379552.               repens, 381049, 381050, 383260-
Sporobolus panicoides, 383337.                      383265, 383782, 384020, 384021.
Squash. See Cucurbita maxima.                    resupinatum, 378131-378134.
Stachys inflata, 381032.                         spumosum, 378135.
     sieboldii, 383816.                          subterraneum, 378136, 383266,
Stachyuru8 praecox, 378937.                         383267.
Stipa barbata, 381033-381036, 383760.            sp., 381051-381057, 383783-383790.
     cernua, 378055.                        Trigonella anguina, 381058, 381059.
     lagascae, 381037.                           elliptica, 381060.
     orientalis, 381038.                        foenum-graecum, 381061-381062,
     pennata, 383761.                              383791
     szovitziana, 381039.                        sp., 383792-383794.
     tenui88ima, 378056.                    Triticale. See X Triticosecale.
     sp., 378084, 383762-383764.            X Triticosecale, 381429-381437, 383408,
Stizolobium aterrimum, 383269-383272.         383409.
Stokesia laevis, 383873-383895              Triticum aestivum, 377624-377648,
Strawberry, European. See Fragaria               377685-377687, 377882-377892,
  vesca.                                         378078-378080, 378250-378530,
Stylosanthes guyanensis, 379660-                 378901-378923, 379606, 381949-
  379663, 380523, 383437.                        382074, 382140-382172, 383307,
     humilis, 379664-379666.                     383308, 383343, 383344, 383345-
     mucronata, 378070.                          383350, 383362, 383385-383407,
Styrax japonica, 378938.                         383904-383910, 383987-384012,
Suaeda sp., 381040.                              384022-384036, 384046-384054,
Sugarbeet. See Beta vulgaris.                    384075-384296, 384346-384424.
Sugarcane. See Saccharum (hybrid),             boeoticum, 381063.
  S. ojficinarum.                              dicoccon, 377649-377663, 384297-
Sunflower. See Helianthus annuus.                384321.
Sweetclover, white. See Melilotus              durum, 377664, 377665, 383353-
  alba.                                          383361, 383410-383420, 383912-
     yellow. See M. officinalis.                 383917, 384037-384045, 384322-
Syringa oblata var. dilatata, 383896.            384329.
                                               monococcum, 377666-377672,
Tamarix stricta, 377556.                         384330-384336.
Taxus baccata, 377862, 377863.                 polonicum, 384337-384345.
Teosinte. See Euchlaena mexicana.              turgidum, 377673-377677.
Teramnu8 labialis, 378089.
Thaumastochloa rariflora, 377585.           Undetermined, 381075-381079, 381319,
Thaumatococcus daniellii, 378651.            383268, 383811-383813.
Thunbergia gibsoni, 380520.                 Urd. See Vigna mungo.
Thymus sp., 381041-381043, 383765-          Urochloa bolbodes, 378071, 381347.
  383768.
Timothy. See Phleum pratense.               Velvetbean. See Stizolobium
Tobacco. See Nicotiana tabacum.               aterrimum.
    tree. See N. glauca.                    Verbascum graecum, 379594.
Tomato. See Lycopersicon                    Vetch, bitter. See Vicia ervilia.
  cheesmanii f. minor, L. esculentum.           common. See V. sativa.
    currant. L. pimpinellifolium.               hairy. See V. villosa.
Towelgourd, singkwa. See Luff a             Viburnum opulus, 377864-377866.
  acutangula.                               Vicia amphicarpa, 381324.
    suakwa. See L. cylindrica.                  baicalensis, 378090.
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Vicia—Continued                            Watermelon. See Citrullus lanatus.
     ervilia, 381064, 383339.              Waxgourd. See Benincasa hispida.
    faba, 377555.                          Weigela florida, 381627.
     narbonen8i8, 383795.                  Wheat, common. See Triticum
     sativa, 381065-381068, 383796-          aestivum.
        383799.                                durum. See T. durum.
     tenuifolia, 383340, 383341, 383800.       Polish. See T. polonicum.
     villo8a, 383801-383804.                   poulard. See T turgidum.
     sp., 381069, 383805-38*3809.          Wheatgrass. See Agropyron
Vigna angularis, 378637.                    desertorum.
     gradlisy 381348.                          crested. See A. cristatum.
     mungo, 383310-383314.                     intermediate. See A. intermedium.
     oblongifolia, 381349.                     tall. See A. elongatum.
     radiata, 377756, 377902-377912,       Withania somnifera, 377999.
        377916, 378020-378025, 378026-
        378041, 378638, 378884-378892,     Xerophyllum sp., 381072, 383810.
        379553, 379667, 381070, 381071,
        381142-381153, 381351-381428,
        383315-383325.                     Yew, English. See Taxus baccate.
     schimperi, 379668, 381350.            Yucca brevifolia, 378576.
     unguiculata, 378639-378642,              whipplei subsp. parishii, 378577.
        382075-382138.
     vexillata, 381135.                    Zea mays, 377746, 377747.
Vitis vinifera, 378137-378139, 379557.     Zelkova serrata, 381328.
Voandzeia subterranea, 378867-378869,          sinica, 381329.
     380529-380535, 380578-380602,         Zygophyllum eurypterum, 381073-
     382173-382178.                          381074.

				
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