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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 180 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 180
Berlin, Germany  - Phacelia Californica C. & S. Type. Label in Chamisso's hand. "St. Francisco, California. A. von Chamisso" [?] Two leaves only, one a fragment! The complete leaf is 11 cm. long: terminal leaflet 5 cm. long, 1.3 cm. wide, oblong, acute at base and apex; first pair of lateral leaflets below terminal 3 cm. long, 6 mm. wide, the shape like the terminal. Next pair 2 cm. long, lowest pair 1 cm. long. Rachis and leaflets bristly hairy and also with a finer pubescence or indument below. Whole effect whitish. Not unlike the foliage of Hall's 1261. lab. "P. circinnata calycosa". It is also a good match for Heller's 5701 Lake Merced, labeled P. Californica Cham. but it would be ::::::::: April 20, 1906  - Phacelia nemoralis Greene. First collected by Hillebrand, 1863, Oakland. Why may not this be a natural hybrid between P. circinata of California and P. malvaefolia? ---------- - P. Californica, cont. from bot. prev. p. as good a match for forms different from the blue-fl. P. Californica Cham. teste Greene. which is Heller's determination. ---------- - Horkelia Californica C. & S. Type. Terminal portion broken off a fruiting stem. "San Francisco, Californiae  Mense Octobris, 1816. legit A. V. Chm"  Calyx 15 mm. long. Calyx-receptacle cup-shaped, 6 mm. broad, 5 mm. high. The bractlets are as long or longer atho' not quite as broad as the sepals. Calyx with an
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