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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 180 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 180
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Ukiah  No. 2247. Mimulus Bolanderi. Always (hereabouts) in best soil on the mountains. Lyon's Valley. Especially common where there has been a little cultivation of rich hillside soils. Odor very strongly tobacco-like. "Tobacco Mimulus" is an invention.  No. 2248. Cirsium Breweri. Great quantity of it in a moist flat in Lyon's Vally -- I should say a pure acre of it -- very striking and conspicuous on accountof its peculiar silvery whiteness. Did not recognize it at first for ::::::::: July 1-5, 1903  that reason.  No. 2249. Pickeringia montana Nutt. near Log Barn, head of Mill Creek Canon.  No. 2250. Oenothera hirtella Greene. "The Terraces", near Lyon's Valley.  No. 2251. Ceanothus integerrimus [H. & A. var. californicus (Kell.) Benson] says Purdy, who remarks its great variability in color. Same station as preceding.  No. 2252. Apocynum [pumilum Greene, not A.] androsaemifolium. Lyon's Valley. Used by the Pomos for fibre, says Purdy, who also says they use Psoralea macrostachya.
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