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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 52 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 52
Mohave Desert, Barstow ---------- 2100 ft.  No. 5403. Allium fimbriatum var. mohavense Jepson. Ovary with 3 curving crests which are thin. Sepals elliptical, white or with reddish midvein on back. No. 5404. Lupinus odoratus Hel. Same as 5348. Calico Mts. Giving a purple-dotted stain to paper. No. 5405. Orthocarpus ornatus Heller. Deep yellow tips to sacs. Calico Mts. No. 5406. Oenothera trichocalyx Nutt. Cor. pure white, very large. Pods long, slender, curving downward! Flowers in a tuft at summit of caudex = stem, on proliferous stems later, very fragrant with a rich full apricot flavor that filled at night the Calico Wash. We drove over the flats, filled with the white blossoms ::::::::: 4 May 1913 ----------  for a half-mile. No. 5407. Cryptantha barbigera Greene. var. inops K. Bdg. Calico Mts. = C. nevadensis Nels. & Ken. No. 5408. Gilia demissa Gray. [Linanthus demissus] Cor. white with pinkish markings, its lobes quadratish-oblong, 2/3 length of tube or rather throat, the proper tube almost obsolete but recognizable as a tube, the stamens set on its summit. Anthers yellow. Stigmas 3. Sepals almost distinct with white-scarious margins. Calico Wash. No. 5409. Chorzanthe rigida T. & G. Calico Wash. See p. 65. Same as 5388 also. Leaves roundish but longer than broad, rounded or obtuse at apex, abruptly but cuneately passing into petiole. Upper leaves broadly ovate to lanceolate spine-tipped.
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