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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 170 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 170
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Berkeley ----------  where the trunk forks into 3 prongs, is 12 in. in longest diameter and 2 1/2 or 3 in. in shortest diameters. The bark is reddish brown, superficially checked into irregularly oblong scales 1/2 to 1 inch long which gradually exfoliate. -- Dec. 2, 1913. ---------- "I own 381 acres of rich land on Ben Lomond but am confronted with 100 or more acres of very thick, strong and vigorous White Thorn trees or bushes. Has any means been discovered to destroy this other than to grub it up?" ::::::::: Jan. 1914 ----------  Cont. from p. 170 - Geo. W. Ade, Felton, Cal. Jan. 12, 1914. = Ceanothus incanus. Stump sprouts & sprouts from root-collar acc. W.C. Matthews, Bot. 104. ---------- - Garry elliptica. Trunk 16 in diam. back of Ft. Bragg. -- W.C. Matthews, Bot. 104, -- Jan. 1914. - Ceanothus thyrsiflorus. Killed by fire. One of the first things to come in on Redwood cut-over lands and the most abundant. Associated with it are Vaccinium ovatum, & Myrica californica. Under this nurse the Redwood forest gradually comes back. In a mature Redwood forest there is no Ceanothus
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