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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 38 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 38
Mohave Desert, Kramer ---------- 2479 ft.  No. 5344. Oenothera trichocalyx Nutt. Fls. in a cluster at summit of crown, sometimes with prolifererous stems; probably in good years forming the "hanging basket" sort of thing collected last fall. Fls. pure white, turning pinkish. Sandy soil. Long slender teretish pod. Locally abundant No. 5345. Lepidium flavum Torr. Crucifer. Dry Pool bed. Fls. yellow. No. 5346. Peucedanum mohavense C. & R. No. 5347. Mentzelia albicaulis Dougl. Cor. yellow No. 5348. Lupinus odoratus Hel. Deep green pods. Indigo blue cor. with white splotch. :::::::::  1 May 1913. ---------- No. 5349. Eremiastrum bellioides Gray. Comp. No. 5350. White fls. in cluster at ground. No. 5351. Comp. No. 5352. Layia [glandulosa (Hook.) H. & A.] Rays white, clear, 3-lobed, 7 or 8 of them. No. 5353. Oenothera scapoidea T. & G. var. auriantiaca Wats. Pods teretish, pedicelled, puberulent. No. 5353a. Oenothera scapoidea T. & G. Capsules nearly glabrous. [No. 5517. Chorizanthe  Part of the sheet from Calico Wash. See p. 91. Part from Kramer. Branches spreading horizontally from the first node, basal leaves green, the upper light slate.] [No. 5518. Cryptanthe. Borrog. [?] See p. 39.] No. 5354. Piptocalyx circumscissus Torr. = Cryptantha
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