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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 172 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 172
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San Francisco ----------  thyrsiflorus." -- W.C. Matthews, Ft. Bragg, Jan. 1914, of Bot. 104. It is my remembrance that Ceanothus thyrsiflorus does occur in mature Redwood forest and probably I have notes in previous vols. bearing on said matter. ---------- - G. [S.?] C. Lillis says of the Rancho Cantua, west side of the San Joaquin near New Idria: -- "Ephedra nevadensis grows in stream beds of the Cantua, making thickets in which the wildcats have their lairs only 300 or 400 yards from the ranch house. The coons are the most cunning ::::::::: 25 Jan. 1914. ----------  animals we have. They come in and get our chickens. In fact we maintain the chickens for their use as we do not get any ourselves. They can climb a tree to a roosting hen and can go anywhere that a hen can go. A wild cat took a hen that was too heavy to pick up and dragged it along the ground and dropped it in a narrow ravine as pursuit became too close. I set a trap on each side the hen and carefully covered them. The cat came back the next night and took the hen without disturbing the traps. A leg was left and
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