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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 178 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 178
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Red Mt. se. Mendocino Co. ca. 3000 ft. alt.  Tap Roots. - Quercus Wislizenii var. fruticosa is shallow rooted. Easily bowled over in road-making. (As easily as Chameez? but ask Purdy). - Quercus Californica var. cibata, tap-rooted, and the shoots [?] send down tap roots. - Quercus Garrayana var Breweri, tap-rooted. - Quercus chrysolepis, tap-rooted. ::::::::: June 18, 1908.  - Juniper. Purdy says there is a Juniper on west side of Scott Valley and in hills further west. Also a Juniper about Epperson's, Lake Co.
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