In late May 1946 I spent several days in the high, cool area around Davis, Tucker Co,, West Va., collecting and studying the plant life of this interesting region. Under date of May 31 and under my field collection number 11894 a collection of Stellaria was made, which tentatively was pronounced S. graminea. A study of Ml. L. Fernald’s treatment “The American Variations of Stellaria Borealis,” Rhodora 16: 144-151, 1914, keyed this out, at once as his S. borealis Bigel. var. isophylla Fern. Comparison with eastern material in the National Herbarium from New England and other northern points definitely established the borealis kinship.