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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 104 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 104
San Bernardino _ Forest Home, Mill Creek Canon, 5000 feet. ---------- San B. Val. = 1000-1200 ft.  No. 5578. Ribes amictum Greene. Ovary white-hairy, also with subulate red spines which are pilose, and also with short gland-tipped ones in between! Mill Creek Canon. = R. roezlii Regel, not R. amictum! No. 5579. Salvia mellifera Jepson. Below mouth of Mill Creek Canon. No. 5580. Gilia [Linanthus] lemmonii Gray. San B. valley, east end. No. 5581. Eunanus fremontii. Mimulus fremontii (Benth.) Gray. Det. A.L.E. Corolla crimson, the lobes short and broad and equal, but bilabiately arranged so that the corolla is truly bilabiate though not strongly. The corolla has a distinct palate and two yellowish bands down throat. -- San B. valley. ::::::::: 15-23 May 1913. ----------  No. 5582. Quercus wislizenii var. frutescens. Mill Creek Canon. Shrubs 5 to 10 ft. h. No. 5583. Asclepias californica Greene. San B. val. east end. No. 5584. Gilia dianthoides Endl. [Linanthus dianthiflorus] San B. val. east end. No. 5585. Ribes nevadense Kell. Ovary with glandular-tipped hairs. Petals white, slightly shorter than the reddish sepals. Mill Creek Canon, Snow Creek, circa 6500 feet. No. 5586. Ribes roezlii Regel. Compare with _5578 which is apparently the same except for very slight differences. 5586 has a white wooly ovary and subulate red spines but no gland-tipped hairs and the spines are glabrous. Mill Creek Canon.
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