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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 26 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 26
Berkeley, Apr. '13. ---------- fils. slightly puberulous at base. Ovary more or less trigonous, glabrous. - "Eriogonum ursinum venosum, Stokes." A Mt. Silliman plant so labeled by Miss Stokes, coll. by Mrs. Brandegee, is very slender. It does not look like E. ursinum, has glabrous perianths, and - Parry, C.C. Biog. sketch & list of other sketches. West Am. Sci. 7:1. - Redwood. Sequoia sempervirens tree in Col. Freeman's garden, see above vol. 18, p. 56. Measured on 27 Apr. 1913: Height = 37 feet 2 inches Circ. = 3 ft. 4 in. at 1 foot. - Height growth since 1 Dec. '07 = 20 ft. 8 1/2 in. - Circ.    " about "  "  "    "    2 ft. 5 in. ::::::::: Howell Mt. 15 Apr. '13 ---------- c. 2000 ft.    No. 5304. Trifolium tridentatum Lindl. In poor soil, the leaflets short. No. 5305. Trifolium tridentatum Lindl. In good soil, the leaves linear. No. 5306  Psoralea physodes Dougl. Corolla dull white. Wings oblong, with acute auricles on upper side. Keel petals purplish tipped, abruptly & somewhat truncately drawn down to claw. Banner elliptic. Calyx-teeth hairy inside. No. 5307. Orthocarpus purpurascens. Benth. No. 5308. Arbutus menziesii Ph. No. 5309. Amorpha californica Nutt. No. 5310. Garrya fremontii Wats. stump sprouts.
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