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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 112 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 112
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Cotonaby Creek to Fort Bragg  - Some old places near Westport have the Silver Poplar in the yards. One old-time place in a creek hollow had Lavatera assurgentiflora shrubs about the house. - More and more abandoned places, Kibesillah and S. This country, however, has more of a sense of pathos. The people made improvements of a permanent character; they built a church here and there. But Usal -- altho the improvements as to houses will last about as long -- nobody expected to stop there permanently and so it makes a difference. ::::::::: June 25, 1903.  No. 2212. Eryngium armatum C.& R. Plants spreading. Bluffs over the sea -- Near Newport.  No. 2213. Gilia squarrosa H.& A. = Navarretia  With 2212.  No. 2214. Gnaphalium. With 2212.  No. 2215. Madia sativa Molina  With 2212. Herbage very stipitate-glandular. Corolla-tube very short-hairy but not glandular. Rays yellowish, with purple-brown tips.
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