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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 90 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 90
Barstow, Mohave Des. ---------- 2100 ft.  No. 5511. Elymus triticoides Buckl. A possible pest in the alfalfa at the Waterman Ranch. Makes a close dense spot. [I find no ref. to it in literature. Sometimes spoken of as a poor fodder in the S.W. Unless found to spread best regarded as a nuisance but not a menace.] No. 5512. Populus fremontii Wats. No. 5513. Dalea [Psorothamnus] arborescens Torr. [var. arborescens (Det. R.C. Barneby, 1967)]  Torr. & Frem. D. neglecta Parish. Many stemmed shrub 3 ft. high, not differing in habit from D. saundersii. Wood brittle in same way. One shrub only. Mohave River bed, a little west of Barstow (2 miles say). No. 5514. Stanleya pinnata  Showy variation in leaves. Mohave River bottom on the south bank. ::::::::: 13 May 1913  [San Bernardino Co.] ----------  No. 5515. Cryptanthe intermedia Greene. No. 5516. Sporobolus airoides  Grass. Zacatone. See p. 55. No. 5517. Oxytheca perfoliata T. & G. See p. 39. No. 5518. Cryptanthe pterocarya Greene. See p. 39. Kramer. No. 5519. Cryptantha barbigera Greene var. inops (K. Bdg.)  [= C. nevadensis] Calico Wash. No. 5520. Atriplex torreyi. Barstow. ---------- - Mirabilis californica, no. 5375 cont. The old flowering stems of a previous season persist as dead branches, 2-forked at top, whence "Wish-bone Bush" See p. 46
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