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Jepson Field Book volume 17 page 200 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 17 page 200
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Berkeley [1907] South of Bay Addresses. -H.R. Judah, Sec. Board Trade, Santa Cruz. -C.F. Withrow, Sec. Board Trade, Saratoga. -Geo. W. Gretter, Sec. Board Trade, Watsonville. -G.S. McMurtry, Sec. Board Trade, Los Gatos. (Jennings wrote to all of above in my behalf, Tan Oak work.) -H.A. Greene, Monterey, Calif. interested in Tan Oak.  -Cont. no. 2690, p. 39. It is something of a point in my mind, in relation to the affinities of this plant, that in the field I wrote it down as a Clarkia; see p. 39 above._  _I describe it in Fl. Cal. as Godetia epilobioides Wats. var. modesta Jepson. ::::::::: 1907  Quiz for Tannery Men. -Do you use second-growth bark? If not, why? -How thin bark will you accept? What is your rule? Your practice? -Does bark deteriorate if well sheltered? -How dry must bark be? -Why shouldn't the tanners have a standard weight cord?  -Klamath Range. I applied this name to the ridge west of Cottage Grove, of which Preston Peak is the dominating mountain. This use has no precedents on maps and I let it lapse. See U.S. Topographic Maps (Geol. Sur.).
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