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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 130 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 130
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Berkeley ----------  No. 5622. Corylus rostrata. [cornuta var. californica] No. 5623. Phacelia nemoralis Greene. 3-4 ft. h. No. 5624. Rhamnus californica Esch. [typica C.B. Wolf] ---------- - Chorizanthe breweri Wats. First spm. mentioned by Wats. is Brewer 456. Involucres 1-flowered. Flower not sessile, whitish, the outer lobes of the calyx elliptic, the inner oblong and smaller as well as shorter. Stamens 9 or apparently 7 in one count. Calyx cleft over half-way down. Flowers not sessile but very shortly pedicelled, included, well down in tube of involucre and apparently ::::::::: June, 1913. ----------  never exserted. No. 501 Brewer, 2nd spm. mentioned by Watson, is the same as to the flowers but the involucres are scarious margined. There are only a few invols. of this in Hb. U.C. In neither case are the calyx-lobes fringed -- any of them. They appear to be quite entire. In both cases, i.e. both nos., the flowers are very deeply seated.    Brewer 456, San Luis Obispo        "        501, Santa Margarita Val. My notion is that this species may well by a synonym of C. staticoides.    In both numbers the calyx lobes are well marked by a few long hairs on back.
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