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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 174 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 174
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Red Mt. ca. 3000 ft. alt.  -Brodiaea capitata has many forms but they are of no importance especially  It has no wet land form so far as I know -- C.P. - Brodiaea grandiflora, is a variable species but only in the form of the staminodia. Some of these forms have been described: B. minor, terrestris, stellaris, Orcutti, filifolia, etc, etc. I dread the time when someone finds out about these variations and they become greenified -- C.P. ::::::::: June 18, 1908.  No. 3037  Eunanus. Dry torrent bed. Fls. sometimes beginning at ground. Corolla crimson, purple throat, white band on lower side, middle, purple dotted.  - Carduus venustus, I see a humming bird sucking its flowers. No. 3037a. Mimulus Layneae (Greene) Jepson  det: A.L.G. No. 3037B. Mimulus [Lined out] No. 3038  Mimulus. Mimetanthe pilosa (Benth.) Greene. Det. A.L.G. Corolla yellow, 2 small but distinct purple dots, at intervals between lobes of lower lip, one at each interval.
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