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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 100 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 100
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Moraga Ridge  - No 2983. Quercus agrifolia. Very spiny-leaved small-leaved bush 8 ft. high, head of San Leandro Creek, Oakland Hills. - No. 2984. Pinus tuberculata. Scattered along the whole length of the Moraga Ridge bushes galore, scattered trees up to 40 feet high and 14 inches in diameter. I find trees fruiting at 1 1/2 feet high, 7 yrs old, 18 circles on a tree 11 ft. high. All the cones in the tree (the one 14 in. diam.) were open up the trunk as high as 8 feet (from 2 feet)  Trees or bushes often with 2, 3, or several stems from the base, either branching of axis or again the lateral branches becoming erect, ::::::::: Feb. 23, 1908  (i.e. the lowest lateral branches), and competing with the main axis  Shrubs of the Moraga Ridge. - Castanopsis chrysophylla var. minor, 6 ft. high, bushes as broad or twice as broad as high; leaves trough-like - Pickeringia montana, 4 ft. h. - Arctostaphylos Andersonii - Dendromecon rigidum, 4 ft. high. Leaves very small. - Adenostoma fasciculatum H. & A. 2 to 6 ft. high. - Heteromeles arbutifolia. - Quercus dumosa - Quercus Wislizenii fruticosa  3 ft. high. - Vaccinium ovatum, 4-6 ft. high, plentiful, and showy with leaves
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