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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 38 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 38
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Ft. Bragg, August 11, 1907.  - Back of Fort Bragg the Redwood lands are in many places being turned gradually into agricultural property. The foreigners especially cultivate little patches between the stumps of Redwood which by repeated burning fail to stump sprout any more. On the backbone of the hills the Redwoods do not reproduce or reproduce vigorously as on the slopes or in the canon bottoms. The official Mendocino County Map indicates the limits of the Redwood belt on the inside by a dotted line.  ::::::::: Mendocino Co. Mendocino Pine Barrens, Aug 11, 1907. Ft. Bragg  No. 2963. Castanopsis chrysophylla. Shrubs, spreading, 9 to 13 feet h. Leaves noticeably long-pointed. No. 2964. Arctostaphylos nummularia Gray. Low spreading bush 1 to 2 feet high. Neither in flower nor in fruit. No. 2965. Ledum glandulosum. 2 to 4 ft. h. No. 2966. Cupressus pygmaea. Shrubs 5 to 6 feet high. The spms. from dif. shrubs No. 2967. Cupressus pygmaea. All from one shrub 4 ft. high. Notice differences in size of cones. No. 2968. Pinus contorta. 8 ft. h. (Rough bark on old trees).
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