“On New Carices,” by D. Petrie. (Transactions, p. 363).
“On the Development of the Discomedusœ,” by Dr. Wilhelm Haacke.
Special attention was directed to Professor Häckel's recent discovery of the occasional occurrence of direct or abbreviated development in Aurelia aurita.
Professor Parker exhibited and remarked upon specimens of a species of Saccharomyces found in great quantity on the surface of tan-pits at Mornington, near Dunedin.
Professor Parker exhibited and made remarks upon sections of the stem of Macrocystis, showing sieve-tubes, like those of Cucurbita.