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Jepson Field Book volume 17 page 66 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 17 page 66
Dunlap to Millwood c. 1915 ft. (Fresno Co.) 5100 ft. [May 18, 1907]  No Pinus Sabiniana to be seen at all. Hopping says blasting mountain roads kills Sugar Pine a few feet away. Young Sugar Pine is even killed by the jarring of wagons and stage coaches where a tree stands only a few feet from the road in a curve. He says all road workmen recognize this fact. -Cornus Nuttallii in fl. [flower]-Millwood. No. 2755. Calochortus luteus var. oculatus Wats. = C. vestae Purdy. Pheasant's Eye. White Calochortus. Dunlap. No. 2756. Triteleia ixioides. Segments yellow above black banded beneath. Anthers subsessile in the fork of the filament, the forks of the shorter filament less spreading than the forks of the longer. Dunlap. (Brodiaea ixioides Wats). No. 2757. Trifolium. See p. 56a. Dunlap. open hills. No. 2758. Delphinium hanseni Greene. One sheet with stamens showing phyllody  ::::::::: [Dunlap to Millwood] May 18, 1907  resembling lower petals, perhaps better petalody. Flowers pale lilac. Dunlap. The foothills at this altitude are beautiful just now. We camped in a little flat with swelling knolls divided by little swales studded all about with Blue Oak and Manzanita and carpeted with white flowers.  No. 2759. Agoseris heterophylla Dunlap. Also next No. 2760. Streptanthus coulteri (Wats.) Greene. 4 ft. h. [feet high]. Buds black purple. Petals white, black veined on sliding shale. No. 2761. Eschscholtzia hypecoides Bth. Annual. Yellow flowers with orange eye. Dunlap. See 2764. No. 2762. Chaenactis. All white. Dunlap. See 2764. No. 2763. Leptosyne. Fls. [Flowers] yellow. Dunlap.  No. 2764. Fremontia californica. Exceedingly striking and handsome when the whole bush is covered with its profuse flowers, before much foliage develops Dunlap to
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