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Jepson Field Book volume 26 page 112 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 26 page 112
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Ehrenberg, Ariz., 270 ft. ---------- - Propospis juliflora var. glandulosa, common over the entire Palo Verde Valley flat, Calif., commonly with short (1/4 to 4 ft. trunks) 1 ft.! in diam. or as often branching widely at the very ground. 10 to 14 ft. h., occasionally 18 ft. h. The regular resource for posts; posts for fencing which have been "burned", charred on outside, are "never attacked by borers". Prosopsis pubescens grows commonly in wetter flats than the P. glandulosa. No. 5264. Erigeron canadensis. [Aster exilis Ell.] Very abundant along the irrig. ditches. Heads pink-purple. Blythe. Palo Verde Val. ::::::::: 1 Nov. 1912 ---------- No. 5265. Hoffmannseggia densiflora Bth. Cor. saffron-yellow turning a deep or bright brick color. Plants of the height of spms. Colonizers. Upper petal with smaller blade with incurved margin. Overflow flats & ditch sides, Blythe. No. 5266. Baccharis    Blythe, flats. 7 ft. h. Stems 1 inch diam. at base. Palo Verde Valley. No. 5267. Pectis papposa acc. S.B.P. Comp. Plants, largest, 1 to 1 1/4 ft. broad. Edge cult. fields. Blythe. Palo Verde Valley No. 5268. Capriola dactylon  Bermuda Grass. The common grass on river banks and on flats about
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