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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 180 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 180
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Berkeley ----------  - Calochortus palmeri Wats. Cotype no. 527 in Hb. U.C. Bud very acuminate.    "Mohave River district. May, 1876, Edw. Palmer". Gland without membrane. Not much left of gland, probably eaten. - Calochortus invenustus Greene. The label, written by Tidestrom and [symbol for "therefore"?] at Greene's direction: = "Calochortus palmeri Wats. Tehachapi. 24 June 1889. E.L. Greene". Lilac color very strong. - Torrey, John, and Horace Mann present at meeting of the Cal. Acad. Sci. July 3, 1865. Proc. Cal Acad. 3:201. - S.B. Parish. He is remarkable for his kindly good sense; simple directness and candor; love of the humanities ::::::::: 1917, etc.  - Teratology. Tellima affinis, Lent by Benj. Cobb, Paso Robles. Apr. 1, 1907. One flower with broad truncate-based calyx; about 20 stamens; 2 gynoecia, each with 4 styles!    7 petals, -- or that many present on examination; some may have fallen. - Quercus Gambellii of Bolander was Quercus Douglasii as to Central California anyway. Cf. Powers, Aborig. Bot., the acorn most favored for food by the Indians was "Quercus Gambellii". Bolander gave out this name a good deal. - A.D.E. Elmer. Was collecting in Whitman Co., Wash, in 1896. See his label on Lepidium Menziesii DC.
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