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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 116 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 116
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South Yallo Balley  10,225 ft.  -Soldiers Ridge is beautifully forested with Yellow Pine, Sugar Pine, Libocedrus and Juniper. -- just like a Sierra ridge to travel it along. - Eriogonum nudum on Soldier's Ridge. - Spiraea -- all over summit - Soldiers Ridge  the lower end of the ridge held the Yellow Pine, the upper end  the Jeffrey Pine, the only pine above the nooning place which was a little over half-way down or about half-way down. Pseduotsuga did not go high on the ridge. Lib- [Libocedrus]    :::::::::  July 25, 1897.  [Libocedrus]  ocedrus was mainly on the higher end of the ridge. - Pseudotsuga near Carte's Camp on Eel = 13.7 ft  circ - Pyrola -- Soldier Ridge - Carters Camp on Eel: - Campanula prenanthoides,  Saxifraga peltata, Amelanchier alnifolia, Thimble Berry  = Rubus parviflorus., Oregon Ash, Garrya Fremonti,  Rosa gymnocarpa, Pyrola spotted ovate leaf. - Arctostaphylos Stanfordiana Parry.  Carters Camp on  N. Fork Middle Eel to Red Rock - Pine Drops (Pterospora andromeda). - Zauschneria with sticky wet foliage. - [Sugar Pine on Tehama side of Yallo Ballys acc to  Carter Rohroby -- 25-30 miles of it.]
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