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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 8 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 8
Berkeley ---------- - Eriogonum trichotomum Small, Bull. Torr. Club 25:43 (1898). This is prob. E. umbellatum. If Mrs. Brandegees, Snow Mt., Aug 25, 1892 is this then my ref. is correct  Miss Stokes has labeled Mrs. B's spm. as trichotomum. It has fils. slightly hairy below, and on ovary sparingly hairy at apex. Small, l.c. does not compare it with E. umbellatum - Eriogonum ochrocephalum  Notes based on Cusick, Ore. Burnt River, no. 1930. Per. glabrous, 1 to 1 1/4 lines long, seg. elliptic, inner narrower, all obtuse very [?], fils obscurely puberulous at base. Per. broadly campan- ::::::::: 20 Mar. 1913 ---------- ulate, not stipitate at all. - Eriogonum ordii Wats. Notes on Davy's Caliente Ck _1869. Per. densely short pub., 1/2 to 3/4 line long, its segs. oblong. Ovary glabrous. Fils. glab. Perianth 1 to 1 1/2 lines long in fruit. Invol shallowly toothed, 1/3 line to 1/2 line long. Brandegee's Split Mt. Colo. D. is same except per. segs. are ovate. Invols. 1- or 2 flowered. Per dull white. ---------- - Healdsburg. The country just south of the town and the Russian River in the valley is known as "Poor Man's Flat". Known so from early days. - Hesperocallis undulata. "Day Lily of the Desert". West Am. Sci. 6:102.
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