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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 146 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 146
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South Fork Cottonwood Creek, Manzanita Flat, Dibble Creek. (W. Tehama Co.).  - Brodiaea hyacinthinea - Baeria sp. - Malacothrix obtusa Benth. - Odontostomum Hartwegi. - Senecio aronicoides -- South Fork - Quercus Wislizenii --        "        " - Brodiaea hyacinthinea on hills,  "    " , - Agoseris. among Douglas Oak. - Baeria.  - Artemisia heterophylla -- Winneshaw. - Ceanothus cuneatus -- Salt Creek. - Cornus Torreyi (same as Lake Co. plant!) -- Cold Fork - Manzanita in rain dress -- painted with red paint. - Chenopod. Calif. -- Salt Creek. - Ash. -- Salt Creek. - Horehound -- common about the settlements, Salt  Creek. - Verbena prostrata -- Salt Creek - Erodium cicutarium --  "        "  -- common and the only  Erodium. - Buckeye -- Salt Creek. - Juniper -- first seen on Salt Creek (J. Calif.) - Squaw bush, Rhus trilobata, in trip to Cold Fork. - Heterocodon rariflorum,              "    "    "        " - Mimulus nasutus,                        "    "    "        " - Fritillaria mutica,                            "    "    "        " - Geranium carolinianum              "    "    "      " - Yarrow,                                            "    "    "      " ::::::::: Apr. 29, 1899.  [In the Crane Creek bottom, Stiver's Ranch, there is a queer tree of Pinus Sabiniana, lateral limb about 7 ft. from ground, 1 1/3 ft. through, the end with the branches twisted back on itself, one below, two above, one at the end, forming a perfect knot, the whole forming a tree on the ground by the larger one  (10 ft. away), 20 ft. high and suprisingly thick foliaged and vigorous. Mr. Stivers suggested a piece of drftwood as a proximate cause.] -- Digger Pines and Douglas Oaks, 2-ranked branching, very noticeable and common. Digger Pine with surface roots. Douglas Oak with tap root.
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