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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 158 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 158
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Red Mountain about 3000 ft. alt.  se. Mendocino Co.  - Carl Purdy says:  "Fritillaria, if you want a Fritillaria to flower take one that hasnt flowered. They rest a year. The bulbs with a leaf will flower next year; the third year they rest. [He is now collecting Frit. coccinea on Red Mountain]. The surface is a loose red rock with very little soil. Deer eat the shoots before they flower so that few plants are seen in flower. Deer also eat Lilium rubescens.  I have collected 20,000 Lilium pardalinum bulbs ::::::::: June 17, 1908  on the wet swamps south of Ten Mile Road and 15,000 on Red Mountain."  No. 3027. Cupressus Sargentii Jepson. See next page but one (p. 161). Sheets "A" & "A" from one shrub. No. 3028. Lotus formosissimus Greene. Hosackia gracilis Bth. Lost Valley. Calyx-tube deflexed a little below the horizontal, all the fls. on one peduncle slanting at same angle; keel and wings projected in line with calyx tube; yellow banner turned back over calyx-tube.
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