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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 166 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 166
Berkeley, Nov. 1913. ----------  serious: Cronartium , Pestalozia and Aecidium.  The Oak Tent Caterpillar has only one brood in a year. The Phryguidia [?] is scarcely found in the interior on Quercus wislizenii, but mainly on Quercus agrifolia. - Cleveland, D. See picture in 1912 file - Coulter, Thos. cf. Bot. Gaz. 20:519. - J.M. Hutchings & Co, 1718 Pine St. S.F. Pac. Coast Seed Cat for 1878 & 1879. A small pamphlet. See Nursery Cat's in Bancroft Lib. - Rancho Chico Nursery Cat. for 1889. 108 pp. John Bidwell. Founded 1851. First cat. in which I find mention of Schinus molle. [See preced. note.]  :::::::::  19 January, 1914 ----------  - We were discussing the fall of oak limbs at Mrs. Chas. Blake's house last night. Anson [?] Blake said that a limb 2 ft. through and sound had fallen from a white oak on his Howell Mt. place. Anita Blake said the newspapers reported the killing of a boy by a falling oak limb in the Santa Cruz Mts. about the same time. She, therefore, at once had her open-air bed moved from under an oak at the Howell Mt. place. Anson Blake called attention to a well-known fact, the exceptionally large size of the limbs and branches of Quercus lobata. They are trunk-like in size. The limbs of Quercus garryana are of similar size. In the case of the Blue Oak of the Sierra Nevada foothills we have a strong
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