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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 126 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 126
Berkeley, 28 May 1913 ----------  veins and whitish margins. They are oblong and notched at tip, 7 (or 8) lines long. The fleshy stock [?] is 1/2 to 1 1/4 inches thick. Purdy thinks the flowers of no. 2. are different from both the others in shape. I failed to get his point but he says it is very noticeable in the garden. All the plants were sent by me to the Botanic Garden, June 4.  - Calandrinia leana from Purdy. Petals pink, 5. Stamens 4. Sepals with glandular-ciliate teeth. Flower 2 lines long. Sent to Botanic Garden, June 4. ---------- - Parry, C.C. His botanical trips in S. Calif., Mohave Des., etc were described in S.F. Bulletin. (See refs. in Proc. Dau. [?] Acad. 6:49-50). ::::::::: San Bernardino, May 1913 ---------- Big Freeze in Southern Calif.  - Pepper Trees, did not notice any permanent damage. They simply lost all their leaves and became temporarily deciduous but suffered no other inconvenience apparently. All in full leaf now. - Eucalyptus. Suffered badly  Trees 60 to 80 feet high had their foliage killed and the new growth is twiggy on the main branches, giving a very singular appearance to the trees. The effect will doubtless be to modify the architecture. Many small trees were killed but in other spots neither young nor old trees were appreciably injured. - Grevillea. In similar case with the Eucalyptus. Trees
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