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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 152 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 152
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No. 175 a. Juncus [balticus Willd. group. Det. F.Y.C.]  Vacaville, May 2-4, 1899. No. 175 b. Valerianella macrocera  Crane Creek, w.    Tehama Co., Apr. 25, 1899. No. 177 a. Amelanchier rubra Greene? [pallida] Bear Valley,  Nevada Co., 20 July '98. No. 178 a. Amelanchier alnifolia Nutt. [pallida] Bear Valley,    Nevada Co., 20 July '98. No. 178 b. Thysanocarpus emarginatus Greene. Crane  Creek, w. Tehama Co., 25 Apr., 1899. No. 178 c. Tropidocarpum gracile Hook. Salt Creek, w.  Tehama Co., Apr. 27, '99.  No. 178 d. Athysanus pusillus Greene. Rosewood,  Tehama Co., 25 Apr. '99. No. 178 e. Erysimum asperum DC. Winneshaw, w.  Tehama Co., 27 Apr. 1899. No. 178 f. Garrya flavescens var. venosa Jepson.  Greasewood Hills. No. 179 f. Layia (lepida) fremontii (T. & G.) Gray  Jepson.    Red Bluff, 30 Apr. '99.    ::::::::: Berkeley, Feb. 25, 1899.  -- Alnus rhombifolia Nutt. Trunk not mottled. Main stem or branches very straight, branches spreading, very twiggy, the twigs slender. Twiggy growth gives a fine appearance to the top of the tree.  -- Quercus lobata at Santa Rosa. On north hillsides, in leaf for three weeks, at least since March 12!! In valley, foliage not yet out! -- Mar. 28, 1899. M.S. Baker.
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