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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 156 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 156
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Konig. bot Mus. Berlin  earliest leaves (of the shoot?) lobed, later deeply parted, the latest ternate. Of this I am skeptical but look up.  The geographical distribution of the "sections" is shown on a fine chart. Spicata (macrophyllum) is the only one of world-wide distrib. i.e. in those parts of the earth where maples grow, mainly north. hemis. Palmata (circinatum) is represented in western Am. and in the China-Japan region. ---------- - Ball, J., "Iter Boreali-Americanum, 1884. Ex regione collina Californiae occidentalis  Redwood Forest, Santa Cruz. Ceanothus papillous" -- Label in Berlin Hf. Also Calaveras Big Trees. ---------- Hillebrand, collected in Calif. 1863. Silver Mt. Sierra Nevada. (Ceanothus parvifolius) ::::::::: April 3, 1905.  = Miss Janet Perkins, Ph.D., says: "Engler is a very hard worker. He is about 60 years old. He does a prodigious amount of work. He has the skill to lay out work for others and inspire them to do it. Naturally he is very jealous of his time. He regards every minute as precious. I do not suppose he is particularly "good company". Men who are bundles of concentrated energy like that are not usually. He doesn't laugh often. But when he does he has the merriest twinkle in his blue eyes. One day a man of some importance came to see him. He waited in a room next to Englers office. Insisted on seeing Engler, saying: I have heard tht he can be very disagreeable with those who
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