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Jepson Field Book volume 17 page 94 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 17 page 94
Lime Kiln Creek Tulare Co. [May 23, 1907]  No. 2790. Nemophila aurita Lindl.. Climbing 3 ft. h. [feet high]. The foliage leaves are horizontally spreading and when touched you notice how rigid they are. The bractlets of the calyx are reflexed in fl. [flower] but are rotately spreading in fruit. Corolla beautiful pale blue, with a narrow whitish zone at base. Scales semi-flabelliform, indigo, enclosing base of filaments. Ranger's Cabin.  No. 2791. Pinus ponderosa Dougl. Aments in a cluster: 38, 23, 13. No. 2792. Nemophila menziesii H & A. Nemophila insignio Dougl. Pale but distinct blue fading to whitish at centre. No. 2793. Tellinia heterophylla H & A. Petals cut or laciniate into  ::::::::: [Lime Kiln Creek Tulare Co.] May 23, 1907  several teeth. = Lithophragma bolanderi. No. 2794. Ranunculus californicus Benth. var. orsusulus Jeps. Petals five. Open woods of oak and pine. Petals occasionally more than 5. No. 2795. Gilia tricolor. Lobes very pale blue or pinkish. Slightly different form. = var. longipedicellata Greene. No. 2796. Composite. No. 2797. Eunanus. See p. 202c. Mimulus acutidens Greene. Det: A.L.G. No. 2798. Nemophila. Corolla very small, pale blue, campanulate. In rocks. See p. 146a. No. 2799. Thalictrum fendleri Engelm. 4 ft. high. No. 2800. Trifolium albopurpureum J & G. No. 2801. Caucalis microcarpa H & A. No. 2802. Brodiaea = Tritelia laxa. Very pale, distinct form. Hopping says it is so everywhere in these mountains. No. 2803. Lupinus bicolor Lindl. ssp. tridentatus

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