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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 186 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 186
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Berkeley, 1899.  - "Women Scientists of San Francisco", S.F. Call, Sunday, July 25, 1897. - Funston and his Death Valley trip, S. F. Call, about May 12, 1899. - St. John's River, verse, about May 25, Argonaut, 1899. - Curiosities of Botanical Literature  "With the idea of finding sufficient characters to separate Kuhnistera of Lamarck from Petalostemon of Michaux, I have spent some time in hunting up the literature of the subject. -- A. A. Heller, in Bull. Torr. Club. 23; 119, Apr. 1896. :::::::::  Berkeley, 1898.  -C. C. Purdy. Has sent 4 million bulbs to Europe, _40,000 to _50,000, value since 1877.  400,000 bulbs in his yard at this time.  Says blue adobe causes albinos, Erythraeas, Collinsias, etc. Brodiaea laxa, wet ground form propagates 6 to 7 times the offsets of dry ground form. No two sets of Tritelia ixioides alike. - Dated Mar. 17, 1898.  - Quercus Wislizenii A.DC. Alamo Creek near Capt Chinn's place. Staminate flowers, stamens mostly 6, frequently 7, also sometimes 5. Calyx very shallowly lobed -- lobes about 5.
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