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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 152 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 152
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Half-way House to Low Gap    - Abies grandis is at Half-way House. I noticed but a few trees scattered here and there. ::::::::: June 29, 1903.  - May Weed at Low Gap, about the old barns at stopping place -- every ray of the head turns straight down around the stem at night! The nights here are quite cold.  No. 2235. Madia. [gracilis (Smith) Keck] Open spots in woods. Rays citron-color (pale yellow), 5 to 7; 1 1/2 lines long. Fls opening in early morning, closing in the afternoon. -- Low Gap.  No. 2236. Navarretia. [squarrosa H. & A.] Odor very pungent and disagreeable. With preceding.  - Ceanothus incanus -- noted one shrub at Low Gap.
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