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Jepson Field Book volume 17 page 62 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 17 page 62
Kings River Delta to Squaw Valley. Fresno Co. [May 17, 1907]  No. 2744. Brodiaea grandiflora Sm. Dry grassy lands on Whites Bridge Road north of Collis. No. 2745. Godetia bottae var. cylindrica. Petals pale crimson, fading lilac-purple. Stigma purple. Capsule 8-ribbed. Centreville. No. 2746. Godetia Congdoni. Petals pale crimson, sprinkled with dots. Clark's Valley to Squaw Valley. No. 2747. Clarkia viminea. Clark's Valley to Squaw Valley, at a somewhat lower elevation than preceding. No. 2748. Orthocarpus. Upper half of sacs yellow. Flower generally and bracts white or white-tipped. Near Squaw Valley. No. 2749. Hordeum geniculatum. Foxtail. Different from the ordinary foxtail, forming dense soft green low colonies in well-defined spots, Centreville. ::::::::: [Kings River Delta to Squaw Valley. Fresno Co.] May 17, 1907  -Squaw Valley's sloping level is magnificent with its wood of white oaks (Quercus Douglasii and lobata), the individuals of good size and filling the area so as to make a real wood, billowy with crowns. -Nicotiana glauca not on east side of San Joaquin Valley at all, says Ralph Hopping. -Platamus racemosa, appears in canyons soon after leaving plains but not seen on San Joaquin plains. -W.G. Wright of San Bernardino spoken of by Hopping as a beetle-collector says he has a reputation for unreliability as to stations, having a desire to conceal new finds and so giving false data. Hopping suggests that his plant localities may be likewise open to suspicion.

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