Korthalsella salicornioides Van Tiegh.
Although this stretches through almost the whole length of both the North and South Islands, it is everywhere local and rarely occurs in any great quantity. The following are the habitats known to me :—
I. North Island: Vicinity of Kaitaia (Mangonui County); R. H. Matthews! Kerikeri Falls, Bay of Islands (the locality where it was first discovered); R. Cunningham, W. Colenso! Hooker, and many others. Open Leptospermum country between the Kerikeri River and Waitangi; T. F. C. Whangarei; T. Kirk. Little Barrier Island: Miss Shakespear! T. F. C. Judge's Bay, near Auckland; and by the Manukau Harbour, in the vicinity
of the South Whau Blockhouse; now almost extinct in both localities; T. F. C. Near Tararu, Thames; W. Hammond! Near Tairua, J. Adams! Rotorua; T. Kirk! T. F. C. Taupo Plains; T. Kirk. Humangaroa River, near Martinborough; Rev. F. R. Spencer! Waikanae; Dr. Cockayne.
II. South Island: Vicinity of Collingwood; J. Dall! Banks Peninsula; J. B. Armstrong. Vicinity of Dunedin, at Anderson's Bay and Pelichet Bay; D. Petrie!