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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 188 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 188
Berlin, Germany  Peduncles 4 to 10 cm. long. 1. Torus rim 2 mm. broad on a fl. past anthesis -- petals  fallen. 2. Torus rim on fl. in anthesis rather less than 1 mm. broad. 3. Torus rim on a flower well past anthesis 3 mm. broad. All above on same sheet! 4. Fl. in anthesis  rim 2 mm. broad.    Receptacle in anthesis 2 to 4 mm. long.  Two calyptras, one = 1 cm. long, 5 mm. broad (pressed), acute, the other 9 mm. long, apiculate, 4.5 mm. broad. [See image for drawing] The figs not quite to scale or rather nat. size but very close. ::::::::: April 22, 1906  Petals fl. No. 1 = 1.7 cm. long (= No. 4. opp. Petals fl. No. 2 = 1.5 cm.  "  (= No. 2 opp. The glaucous character the foliage is not very obvious.  There are a number of smaller buds on the plant but I selected for measurement the two full grown ones. ---------- = "Franseria malvaefolia WGr. Fr. Chamissonis & [?] malvaefolia Lessing. Nova California. St. Francisco. Chamisso (Linnaea, 1831, 507)". The male "spike" is not very dense, 2.2 cm. long. The fruits below look typical of Chamissonis. The leaves are quite Sidalcea or better Sida-like, thick, unequally toothed, the teeth small, and the margin as if somewhat crumpled (flat undulate), deltoid-ovoid, 1.6 cm. long, 1.2 cm. broad, densely white-hairy or ---------- - Die Stern-bild-blume -- Chrysanthemum.
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