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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 84 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 84
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Berkeley  - The difficulty of deciding on a suitable term for the so-called flowering parts of pines is now before me. they are certainly not as to the female parts to be called pistillate as Sargent does. The term pistillate tree used to hit Dr. H.H. Behr as being queer and he poked fun at it in his humorous way. Said he one day: "I have some pistillate Bostonians coming to see me today"! ---------- - F.T. Bioletti -- Met him leaving the University early this morning. He is leaving for good. Going to a ranch in a valley of the ::::::::: January 21, 1908.  Gabilan Range below Fremonts Peak about 12 miles from Hollister. He was loaded down with some of his office "penates" -- boks horns (from South Africa are they?) -- long straight pointed horns very slightly diverging, and similar "lares". He hasn't found his place here in every way pleasant since his return from S. Africa and has concluded to try the vine business. He says he has a splendid place for vines. ---------- - Hayes, Dr. Sutton, Calif. collector, cf. Bot. Gaz. 44, 409, footnote, (Parish on Washingtonia).
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