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Jepson Field Book volume 17 page 152 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 17 page 152
Trail, Cudahay to the night camp on ridge overlooking Klamath. (spelled Cuddihy on Forest Service map). 6000 down to 4000 ft.  [Siskiyou County July 6-7, 1907]  I saw a few trees of Picea Breweriana. They were less characteristic in habit than those first seen. Tsuga Mertensiana was still seen in its characteristic habitats at heads of north canyons, but in this high country was also found in the bottoms of south canyons. I noticed it reproducing abundantly in the bottom of a cold wet canyon valley. On the trail from Cudahay Valley to our night camp, July 7, at the latter end of the journey we came down considerably and soon saw the "valley" of the Klamath below us. Along the ridges for a mile or so we passed through a pure brush area of Quercus Sadleriana. I noticed that the mules of our pack train liked the foliage and ate it greedily, preferring it to any other shrub. Abies magnifica, bark dark brown, fissured into plates which maintain smooth surfaces. Bark dark red within, close grained, uniform. Abies concolor, bard drab, roughly fissured, the outer part loosely fibrous or spongy comparatively and whitish, the very inside red. A dead giant on trail measured 24 ft. circ. at 4 ft. No. 2853a. Lewisia triphylla Rob. In sheet with 2854. No. 2854. Linanthus nuttallii Gray. Fls. white; stamens equal. Ridge above Cudahay Valley. No. 2855. Silene campanulata Wats. Petals about 6-cleft into linear lobes which are 2-cleft at apex. Crest of petals consisting    ::::::::: [Trail, Cudahay to the night camp on ridge overlooking Klamath. 6000 down to 4000 ft.] Siskiyou County July 6-7, 1907  of elaborate several-toothed appendages. Petal claws bordered by membranaceous wing on each side, developed above into broadish auricles. With preceding. No. 2856. Lupinus. Fls. blue, enter banner whitish, fading purple. With preceding. L. breweri Gray. No. 2857. Picea Breweriana Wats. Trail west of Cudahay at ridge. No. 2858. Lonicera conjugialis. Corolla livid purple inside, choked in throat with hairs. with 2856 as to locality. No. 2859. Sarcodes sanguinea. With 2856. -Tsuga Mertensiana (Pattoniana), cones restricted to very top. As they grow on the lateral branchlets and there hang, the cluster in top is conspicuous and very heavy usually. -Pinus monticola, rather rare, cones 9 in. long. The cones in clusters distinguish from Sugar Pine which bears its cones singly. -Quercus Sadleriana, abundant as a shade shrub in fir forests.
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