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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 48 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 48
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Plants collected 1896.  - Sueada torreyana. Betw. Altamont and Mt. Home [?]  Trip to the Arroyo Mocho, May 17, 1891.    Went by train to Livermore. Walked south the next morning after a night in the hotel. Reached the Arroyo Mocho, botanized all day. Collected the composite described as new by Professor E.L. Greene under the name Eriophyllum jepsonii. As evening came on I found that none of the little settlers were willing to take me as a guest. I finally persuaded the young woman in one cabin to give me a supper (for which of course I paid) and then after much pleading got a bed at another cabin. On my (Cont p. 49) :::::::::  No. 80 a. Cuscuta  Yosemite, July 7-12, 1896. No. 80 b. Thysanocarpus curvipes Hook. var.  longistylus Jepson. Yosemite, July 7-12, 1896. No. 80 c. Thysanocarpus emarginatus Greene. [= T.  laciniatus Nutt.] Morgan Hill. June 9, 1896. No. 80 d. Dentaria integrifolia Nutt. [= D. californica Nutt.]  16 Feb. 1896. Ross Valley. No. 80 e.  ditto. Olema. 28 Mar. 1897. No. 80 f. D. californica Nutt. "  "      "  Olema. (shade  form) No. 80 g. Brassica sinapistrum Boiss. [= B. kaber var.  pinnatifida Wheeler]  Berkeley, 31 May 1896. = B. arvensis  Rabenh.  Cont  from p. 48. earliest trips I tried to live off the country side so to speak. I soon learned better -- after semi-starvation.
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