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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 70 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 70
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- Erodium moschatum L. Her. Continues to spring up in cultivated land after the soil has been cultivated for twenty years  It favors orchards and vineyards.    Alfiler, a needle.    Alfilerilla - (E. Parsons).    Filaria - (V. Rattan.)    Alfilaria - Bot. Cal. [?] 1:94.    Filaree - in common use amongst the people. - E. cicutarium L'Her. is more common at Ukiah, -- Carl Purdy.  April 22, 1898. - E. moschatum L'Her. at Lytton Sprs., Alice King in June, 1897. ::::::::: - Erodium cicutarium and moschatum. Concerning abundance odor, forage value -- see Jared Smith in U.S. Dept. Agr. Agronomy bull. no. 2, 1896. E. moschatum most abundant, favorite fodder, less odorous of the two common species.    E. cicutarium is more abundant in the San Joaquin Valley. E. moschatum disliked by stock. E. cicutarium is more abundant in the Livermore Valley (it has something of the odor of carrots there). -- J.B. Davy.    E. moschatum is on the level lands at Berkeley; on the hills E. cicutarium is the only species -- W.L.J.    E. moschatum. In Napa Valley it occurs in the fertile valley lands, in the vineyards, to the exclusion of other things. Prof. Hilgard says it is driving out E. cicutarium. Davy says he heard that in the region of Tulare. -- W.L. Jepson, about 1897.
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