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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 128 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 128
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Sherwood, Aug. 1, 1897  - Gooseberry, fruit deep red, almost lurid - Stopped all night at the Stanley Ranch in the picturesque Sherwood Valley. Saw Sherwood himself a mile back, the historical character of this region.  - Cont. frm . 107 ante. I have spelled the camp name as Rohraby consistenly. Doubtless it was a phonetic spelling but I may have asked the man how he spelled his name. It might well be Rohrerby, since Rohrer is a well-known surname. ::::::::: Laytonville to Covelo, Aug 2.  - Populus tremuloides, near Eel River bridge, "nooning place" -- [I think this must have been meant for trichocarpa -- W.L.J, Sept, 1902] Yes! See specimen so labeled! in field. - Digger Pine, Adenostoma, fasciculatum, Buckeye, Quercus lobata & Douglasii
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