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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 142 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 142
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Berkeley, Apr. 2, 1908.  - Solanum umbelliferum -- teratology -- corolla, deeply cleft so as to be nearly choripetalous, this condition is not regular even in one flower. Material brought from Tamalpais by F.H. Bolster. I have no material preserved. ---------- - Kellogg, A., "Old Tiger and the Wolf", Hesperian, vol. 2, p. 232 (1859). This is a sort of animal story in which the plants are brought in. There are several more if I remember rightly in the first one or two volumes. ---------- - "I have been told by competent judges that I am a perfect model of manly beauty. -- E.L. Greene acc. Mrs. K. Brandegee. ::::::::: Telegraph Canon to West Branch San Pablo Creek, Apr. 4, 1908 (Bot. 4 trip).  - Vicia gigantea. Corolla becoming sordid after anthesis, the calyx still bright red. How is this cross-pollinated? Or is it self-pollinated? No. 3000. Phacelia distans Bth. Telegraph Canon at Old Rock Quarry, on shale. Notice narrow but distinct disk under base [?] corolla tube! - Brodiaea capitata. Bot. 4 class gives following folk names: "N-toes", Visalia, (Rice). "N-babies", Berkeley (Miss McDermott). "Sugar Lump", Sonoma (Miss Griffiths). "Indian Lily", Berkeley (Miss Hibbard). "Wild Onion", Newbury Park (Russell). -over-
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