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Jepson Field Book volume 26 page 32 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 26 page 32
Mohave River bed, Barstow 2100 ft. stems 1/2 to 3 ft. long, trailing over the ground with ascending branchlets. -- Rich low lands. Doves feed on the reeds. ---------- - No. 5175 cont. from p. 25 -- and rounded or convex back, the thin margins toothed with heavy [?] teeth on each side, the styles 2 and long. Where there are 2 inflated bracts, and these are usually 2, there are two female fls.; but if one inflated bract, then 1 female [?; see image for symbol.] fl. These inflated bracts subtend each one achene. From the centre of the cluster of male fls. arises one long slender bract which is greenish at tip and surpasses the corollas. One of the inflated bracts is ::::::::: Oct. 20, 1912. [San Bernardino Co.] commonly much larger than other. It often encloses the other. There are usually 2 such bracts. River bed, Mohave River.  No. 5187. Chrysopsis [Senecio douglasii DC.] Rays golden yellow; 13, 13, 12, 13; very long. River bed of Mohave.  - Petalonyx thurberi, plants 10 to 20 in. h., 1 to 4 ft. broad -- Sandy River bed, Mohave.  - No. 5188. Croton californicus Mull. Arg. var. mohavensis Ferg. Dove-weed. The doves blend right in with the color of the bush when feeding on the seeds. Stigmas 3, flabelli-
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