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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 20 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 20
Berkeley ---------- - Eriogonum deflexum. Seems somewhat variable in habit but is typically widely & divaricately branched. E. brachypodum is not dif. except as to the few gland. hairs. The spms. labeled E. watsoni, E. [illegible], E. hookeri are like deflexum, remarkably, in leaves, in involucres, in flowers. The involucres in E. watsoni may be a bit narrow[er?] but my Colo. River 5254 shows dif. widths of invol. depending on age. E. collinum Stokes is the same thing; dependent on what? I do not know. E. rixfordii is a mere variant of it, just as you get curved internodes in the E. nudum oblongifolium group or in ::::::::: 1 Apr. 1913 ---------- E. elatum. If good chars. sep. these things then they have not been mentioned in the books and are hard to see in the plants themselves. - Eriogonum minutiflorum Wats. A spm. by Orcutt, Colo. Desert in 1889, labeled by John K. Small, is doubtless typical. Per. 3/4 line long, minutely & sparingly short-hispid at base; inner segs. oblong, a little dilated at base; outer segs. ovate-oblong, the sides at base a little saccate-dilated after the manner of E. thomasii but not so strongly. Inner segs. longer than outer. -- This note dupicates the one on p. 13.
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