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Jepson Field Book volume 26 page 184 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 26 page 184
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Berkeley ---------- - Sequoia gigantea. cf. Ellsworth Huntington, Dept. of Geography, Yale Univ. July 1912, Harper's Mag. acc W.W. Mott. Secret of the Big Trees. Readers Guide under Climate. - Arctostaphylos. Ralph Hopping recognizes 4 species in southern Sierra Nevada: No. 1. A. glauca which he says has small sticky fruit, sticky flowers, and sticky leaves. About the last point, he weakened a little, I thought, but said specimens stuck to the paper in drying. My no. 4702_ Tule River is undoubtedly it, that is _ = A. viscida Parry! ::::::::: Feb. 2, 1913 ---------- the thing he has in mind which is whitish leaved. No. 2. A. pastillosa Jepson. Greener form_ than preceding with large smooth depressed globose berries and pale green leaves. Ranges to rather higher alt's than last. No. 3. A. patula Greene. The usual dark green form. No. 4. A. nevadensis. The usual low form. ---------- _ Represented by my no. 4704. ---------- - Ceanothus integerrimus. some leaves remain on all winter acc. Hopping. Important part of the cattle food about Dunlop and Millwood. Ranges from 3500 to 6000 feet, in lower part Yellow Pine belt and immediately below.
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