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Jepson Field Book volume 26 page 162 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 26 page 162
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Berkeley ---------- has run wild on the Hawaian Islands, and very different from the low form in the Colorado Desert. In northern Arizona there is a Walnut [Juglans rupestris] which is a very large tree in moist places with tall trunk 8 feet in diameter and small nuts. The Suhuarro bears a fruit but it is seldom seen. The fruits of the desert cacti are often delicious but have so many enemies which destroy them quickly; animals, birds, insects, worms, deer, etc. There is a cherry in Arizona with fine large tasty fruit -- like the ordinary orchard cherry. There is also a pink Locust ::::::::: 9 Dec. 1912 ---------- like the ordinary white flowered Locust but pink-flowered." ---------- - Beetles on willows. All along the Colorado River from Needles to Yuma the willows had the edges of their leaves eaten by yellow beetles. For leagues and leagues it would be difficult to find a tree with whole leaves, altho not noticeably injured as a rule. The species attacked were Salix nigra, no. 5198 and Salix sp. no. 5208. Material sent to Woodworth for det.
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