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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 142 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 142
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Crane Creek and Rosewood Stiver's Ranch.; Tehama Co.  - Platystemon Californicus - Microseris sp. - Pectocarya sp. = P. penicillata A. DC. (no. 21,090). - Filago sp.  Apr. 25, 1899.  - Cryptantha sp. - C. rostellata Greene. no. 21,114. - Valerianella sp. - Troximon sp. - Allium sp. - Ranunculus sp. - Castilleia sp. - Collinsia sp. - Trifolium columbinum Greene. - Sidalcea Hartwegi Gray - Astragalus nigrescens Nutt. - Phacelia - Plagiobothrys tenellus Gray. no. 21,149. - Thysanocarpus elegans F. & M. ::::::::: April 26, 1899.  - Convolvulus sp. - Lupinus albifrons Bth. - Gilia dichotoma (Bth.) - Sisyrinchium bellum - Zygadenus Fremonti in fruit. - Achryachaena mollis. - Rhus diversiloba -- not abundant. - Ceanothus cuneatus Nuttall -- the fruits eaten by hogs  they say. - Quercus Douglasii, the only oak hereabouts  practically except a few Valley Oaks along water-  courses. No regularity about acorn crops. High north  gales this year whipped off branchlets. These may be  seen on ground scattered over hillsides. - Buckeye, a little, Rhamnus Californica, Cercocarpus,  of these two a little. - Digger Pines -- up to 70 feet h.
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