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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 10 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 10
Berkeley ---------- - Eriogonum ovalifolium. In a diagnosis drawn up at the time Miss Hibbard was assisting me in Summer School I wrote "filaments glabrous"  In my 4465 Mono Pass I find them densely pubescent at base. The variation in other species in filamentary pubescence has made me think its weight as a character not so very great, altho useful. I had thought to use this as a character to separate E. nivale. The latter now rests entirely so far as I see on its solitary invol. but in material from type loc. I find the 2 or 3 involucres so crowded together that they look ::::::::: 1 Apr. 1913. ---------- like one involucre. This material is Siberian Pass, Hall 5481. Some of the outer per. segs. are obviously subcordate at base, in other fls. not at all so but almost acute. Perhaps a dif. in age. One "head" -- so called solitary invol. -- which I have just dissected by separting with great care reveals to one's suprise 4 invols. set or rather crowded in a deeply 3-lobed (monophyllous) bract or primary invol. -- the whole looking in the first place like one involucre. - Eriogonum polyanthum Benth. near Tehachapi Miss Stokes. acc Stokes. This = State Survey 771 which is var. stellatum var. bahiaeforme.
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