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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 170 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 170
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Red Mt. circa 3000 ft. alt.  - Lilium pardalinum -- Four Mile Glades, 8000 salable bulbs from an area of 25 x 35 feet. This lily has a terminal bud to its rootstock or 3 terminal buds. This branching results in extensive multiplying of the plants as the rootstocks die off behind eventually. Lilium (parvum?) hsa never more than one terminal bud. ::::::::: June 18, 1908.  No. 3030. Zygadenus micrathus Eastw. Lost Valley, swale. Purdy says Miss Eastwood has, or is going, to publish this as new. The Pomos used Zygadenus as a death poison. No. 3031. Godetia [Clarkia]  Lost Valley, swale.  No. 3032. Polygala californica Nutt. Lost Valley, swale.  No. 3033. Cupressus Sargentii n. sp.  Dwarf.  Dwarfs were especially noticeable in the recently burned areas.
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