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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 130 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 130
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Fort Bragg  - No. 2218. Salix Sitchensis [hookeriana? Barr. (or scouleriana)]. In hollows and big creek gulches along the coast. Stipules very prominent. Trees 12 ft. h. -- Caspar [Prob. Salix Scouleriana crassifolis  Det: C. Sch---_  No. 2219. Big Root. [ Echinocystis oregona Cogn.] [Marah oreganus (T.& G.) Howell] Cotoneva Creek  All the pods with a very long beak -- even the smallest.  No. 2220. Big Root. [Echinocystis marah Cogn.] [ Marah oreganus (T.& G.) Howell] Rockport, on logged hillside. Pods without spines save one or two insignificant ones. [Echinocystis oregona Cogn.]  No. 2221. Red Elder-berry. Usal. Trees 12 and 14 ft. h. Canon flats of the village. ::::::::: June 27, 1903  - Vaccinium parvifolium. Crimson berry when ripe with a hollowed "eye" or rather cup at top which is prominent. the calyx-rim becomes fleshy and colored -- and so the above formation results.  No. 2222. Rose Bay. Kenny's to Usal. Sometimes with nearly white flowers. Rhododendron californicum Hook. [= R. macrophyllum]
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