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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 172 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 172
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Red Mt. ca. 3000 ft. alt.  No. 3034. Ceanothus integerrimus H.& A. [var. californicus (Kell.) Benson] Lost Valley.  Purdy says it is white, pink, pale blue.  No. 3035. Camassia Leichtlinii Wats. Perianth twists above ovary in a straight line. In Camassia esculenta turns backward.  No. 3036. Habenaria leucostachys Wats. [dilatata var.] Lost Valley, in swamp. ::::::::: June 18, 1908.  Major and Minor forms: -- Purdy says there are major and minor forms of Lilum pardalinum, as also of other lilies. Mainly differences in size but sometimes correlated with other differences -- especially bulb differences. He says all_ species of the Liliaceae can be distinguised by the bulb alone -- that the men in his garden soon learn to distinguish the bulbs at a glance. ---------- _His statement may not have been so general but it was comprehensive.
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