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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 36 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 36
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edulis, and one or two other horticultural favorites. Also some individuals of the palm-like Dracaena .draco. It was, with an array of rare Australian trees, a choice little spot; and I often went to visit it. This day I brought back samples of Erythea edulis, the palm native to Baja California. When Professor Greene saw the specimens lying on a laboratory table, he exclaimed: "The name shall be Erythea." Thus was the journal christened. ::::::::: (Cont. from bottom p. 38.) Mountains. there is mahogany (Cercocarpus parvifolius), Garrya and at least two manzanitas. One has a good many short erect stems and they come from a curious stump at the ground. The shrub is 2 or 3 feet high. These stems are stump sprouts. There has been no lack of fires in these mountains. I call this manzanita, Arctostaphylos tomentosa. A. manzanita is here, but only a little of it. It does not sprout after fires. Gates Canon, - Mar. 25, 1892. Vacaville.
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