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Jepson Field Book volume 26 page 170 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 26 page 170
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Berkeley ---------- - Corispermum hyssopifolium  We have spms. from Ore., Wash., Ariz. but no Californian. - Atriplex truncata, no Calif. spm in hb. Coll. at Reno, Nevada, by myself in 1896. It is very close to A. expansa, esp. in aspect. - Kochia, seems as if it ought to stand nearer Chenopodium in the sequence. - Sarcobatus vermiculatus, near Alturas, Modoc Co. acc. B.C. Goldsmith. - Teloxys cornuta, not rep. in hb. nor the genus. Prob. not in Cal. - Atriplex pusilla, no Cal. material in hb, (Oreg. & Camp Holleck, Nev.). - A. truncata, no. Cal. mat. in hb. Reno, Jepson, 1896 = nearest. - Chenopodium rubrum, N. Slough & Ballona acc. Braunton. - Kochia californica, styles 2 or 3! (apropos of Watson, Bot. ::::::::: 31 Dec. 1912 ---------- Cal. "styles 2".) my_ Material from Mohave Desert. - Kochia americana Wats. Coll. at Tonopah, Nev., May, 1907 by William H. Shockley. - Chenopodium fremontii_ and leptophyllum. None in U.C. hb from Cal., nor anywhere near the line. Latter not mentioned in Death Valley Rep. [?], a region where it would be expected. - Chenopodium capitatum. No spms. from Cal. in hb. Piper. Fl. Wash. p. 243 says "California". in giving range. Sisson!! Jepson, 1894!! - Chenopodium vulvaria and glaucum = Calif. acc. Greene. Fl. Fr. 165. - C. californicum, no record from Sierra foothills except far south. See Cor. [?] Bot. Death Valley. ---------- _ cf. Contrib. U.S. Nat. Hb. 5;95. Seeds used as food by Klamath Indians.
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