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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 144 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 144
Berkeley ----------  - Engelmann, Geo., in S.F. Nov. 1880. Cf. Pac. Rur. Press, 20:349. I knew all about oaks of U.S. he says in effect but when "I went into the field (in Cal.) I became confused with their variation."    I may say for myself that my experience is just the reverse. I am so familiar with field variations that I know what to expect. In the herbarium I am often uncertain because the fragment is separated from the whole tree. - Parish, S.B. "A Botanical Establishment in S. Calif." An account by Parry of the Parish Bros.; in Pac. Rur. Press, 21:402 (1881, -June 4). - Staphylea bolanderi. "California Baloon Bush" cf. Pac. Rur. Press, 18:193. - Dinkey Grove Big Trees. W.A. Sanders ::::::::: July 1913 ----------  estimates 100 trees in an account of the grove (Pac. Rur. Press, 18:162) - White Sage (presumably Artemisia tridentata), unequalled for fattening stock after frost has made the herbage sweet (cf. Pac. Rur. Press, 2:278) - Darlingtonia californica. Grows on Black Hawk Creek, Quincy (cf. Pac. Rur. Press, 2:249) - Mrs. C.C. Ames (Mary Pulsifer) lived in Plumas Co., Indian Valley. Cf. Pac. Rur. Press, 2:249. - Larrea mexicana and Shellac and Lac-dye. See article by B.B. Redding, Pac. Rur. Press, 19:178, 293. Indians Ariz. & S. Cal. used the product to cement broken pottery and make woven baskets watertight. An analysis by Stillman
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