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Jepson Field Book volume 17 page 202b | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 17 page 202b
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Cont. from p. 188. Chinese were often extremely jolly. It was a marked characteristic of their temperament. Such Chinese would seize every advantage to have a bit of fun. Their good humor was frank, free, open. The later Japs were often good humored but there was a certain reserve, often a kind of slyness. ::::::::: Cont. no. 2937=Phacelia heterophylla Pursh. -Cont. no. 2881. We followed the Kelsey Trail across the western Siskiyou Mts. from Cottage Grove on Klamath to Big Flat on the South Fork Smith River. No. 2881 was collected on the divide which would be near or at Elk Valley of present day Forest Service Klamath National Map. -Cont. no. 2797. Mimulus inconspicuus Gray. Det. W.L.J.
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