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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 190 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 190
Berlin, Germany  or almost silky, the stem canescent hairy as well.  The original exemplar of Chamissos or rather Lessings Franseria Chamissonis is not here. ---------- = Dr. Janet Perkins feels very strongly about the attitude of the New York and Washignton people. They will not send their things; they make species but they will not let the rest of the world see their material. Work should be international. It should have an international character. Determination of species, of genera should be international; they should have the broadest foundation. It is wholly unscientific to make genera based simply on the representatives in one region without ::::::::: April 23, 1906.  taking into consideration plants of the group in other regions. Everything should be done with the highest, purest, most simple minded motives. The single idea should be to help along. To do something which shall make it easier for those who come after -- not more difficult. The problems of systematic botany of the next generation are not those of this. The ground should be cleared as much as possible, the advance, the prepartion should be as much as possible. The end of systematic botany is not the determination of species, nor the splitting up of genera. All this is preliminary and should not
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