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Jepson Field Book volume 17 page 190 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 17 page 190
Hamburg to Scott Valle via [Miamber Trail, July 22, 1907]Siskiyou Co.  tree is alive and flourishing! The inside bark stuck when the mutilation was done. The inside bark does not stick now so I imagine it was done when the sap was down. No. 2950. Quercus Garryana. All from shoots of one young stump 3 in. diam. [inches diameter]. Klamath R. [River] No. 2951. Crataegus douglasii 8 ft. h. [feet high] stream bed of the Klamath, Lowden P.O. Spreading shrub but branches erect mainly 9 ft. h. No. 2952. Salix Hindsiana prob. [probably] melanopsis. 5 to 20 (!) feet high. Slender and tall. Streambed Klamath River at Burhart's Ranch. No. 2953. Salix Hindsiana Benth., chiefly 5 to 8 ft. h. with preced. Both everywhere along the Klamath. No. 2954. Eriogonum nudum var. pubiflorum closely allied to E. nudum of Berkeley Hills. Flowers sulphur yellow. Hamburg, on the Klamath River. No. 2955. Quercus Garryana. Stump sprouts leaves all from one stump. Hamburg, on the Klamath River. No. 2956. Eschscholtzia californica Cham. Miamber Trail, Scott Bar to Scott Valley. No. 2957. Eriogonum vimineum with preceding. No. 2958. Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco. Douglas Fir: On Miamber Trail, Witch's Broom, 11 feet up trunk of a tall tree, normal above broom. Broom very dense, drooping, forming with its pendulous branchlets 4 to 8 feet long a perfect bower 9 to 11 feet in diameter inside.    ::::::::: Miamber Trail, July 22, 1907.  Weeping Trees - California. Quercus lobata Picea Breweriana. Pseudotsuga taxifolia-especially marked in witch broom trees. Never saw so many before as on the Miamber Trail. today-noticed half-a-dozen. Quercus chrysolepis, var. pendula. Quercus Garryana-noticed a stump 4 ft. h. today, with a cluster of sprouts, a few of which hung straight down.  Table of Distances. from Wood's Ranch, Klamath River:  to                Miles Happy Camp, (west)  15 Lowden's P.O. (east)  5 Everills Ranch (east) 10 Burrhart's Ranch (east)  11 Hamburg, East  14 Scott Bar, East  19 Miamber Trail from Scott Bar to Scott Val. [Valley] 10 Scott Valley level to Greenview  10 Etna (from Greenview)  6
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