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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 108 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 108
San Bernardino ---------- San B. Val. 1000-1750 ft.  No. 5598. Koeleria cristata (L.) Pers. Grass. San B. No. 5599. Oenothera bistorta Nutt. San Bernardino. No. 5600. Ceanothus divaricatus Nutt. [oliganthus Nutt.] [leucodermis]  Waterman Canon. No. 5601. Bromus villosus var. gussonii Asch. & Gr. [Bromus diandrus Roth.] No. 5602. Bromus rubens L. Grass. San B. No. 5603. Cryptanthe [muricata var. jonesii]  Waterman Canon No. 5604. Oenothera bistorta Nutt. San B. valley, east end. No. 5605. [Opuntia parryi Engelm.]  Cactus. 3 ft. h. Mesas. -- San B. - Clematis ligusticifolia (5 leaflets!) I never saw such vines elsewhere as in Mill Creek Canon. They ran up Alder trees (Alnus rhombifolia) to a height of 40 to 50 feet! and riotously. Lots of them!! One of the cables measured 12 inches in circumference with a tape! I was reminded of Vitis californica in northern canons. ::::::::: 15-23 May 1913. [SW San Bernardino Co.] ----------  Shrubs in San Bernardino Mts., Mill Creek Forest Home about 5000 ft. Snow Creek, 6500 ft. Mouth of Mill Creek at valley floor = 2000 ft  Three most important species_ Ceanothus divaricatus  Quercus dumosa  Quercus wislizenii var. frutescens  - White & Black Sage in the Chaparral. - Yucca whipplei - Adenostoma fasciculatum forms a broad band below the three first mentioned. - Ceanothus integerrimus, occurs at the higher altitudes. - Cercocarpus ledifolius, small shrubs in Snow Canon. - Castanopsis sempervirens, on the upper slopes, abundant. ---------- - Snow drifts in Snow Canon, perhaps 20 feet deep now. - Sarcodes sanguinea, in fl! - Pinus coulteri, 10 ft. 6 in. circ. at 4 ft.  50 ft. h! ---------- - Took this trip with Parish in his cart drawn by "Flora", fat, rather lazy and very windy. But we had fine botanizing. Cont. p. 147
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