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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 76 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 76
Mohave Desert, New York Mts.  Barnwell ---------- c. 4000 ft.  - Providence Mts. are about 25 miles from Barnwell acc. informant at Barnwell. It is about 18 miles to Government Holes and 7 miles beyond. Kelso on the Salt Lake Rail Road is the best way to reach them. No. 5449. Phacelia fremontii Torr. No. 5450. Castilleia  Bright red. Rocky hills. No. 5451. Opuntia erinacea var. ursina Weber. Cactus. Often gray and as if woolly, so thick are the spines. No. 5452. Quercus [turbinella Greene turbinella] Bush 6 ft. h. No. 5453. = Senecio [multilobatus T. & G.] Only two plants seen. ::::::::: 10 May 1913 [San Bernardino Co.] ----------  No. 5454. Eriogonum ? collinum Stokes [deflexum var. deflexum] Rocky hills. No. 5455. [Erigeron pumilus Nutt. ssp. concinnoides Cronq.] No. 5456. Plantago ? xerodea Morris. No. 5457. Pectocarya setosa Gray. Corolla white, small, with small faintly yellowish crown in throat. Nutlets 2 with broad white membranous border or wing, both the body & wing with hooked bristles, the calyx lobes with straight bristles. No. 5458. Linum lewisii Pursh. Dry gravelly soil. Cor. pale blue. Stamens 5. Styles 5. No. 5459. Bromus arenarius Labill. Grass. Drooping spikelets. As thrown into the sheets the drooping spikelets character is mainly lost.
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