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Jepson Field Book volume 26 page 202 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 26 page 202
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Botany 3. ---------- - Emphasize Legumes, Ros. Grass. Also the weeds. - Lolium turns [illegible]. Old Farm[ers?] still say wheat turns to cheat, they know, they've seeded wheat & gotten cheat - Parts of wheat seed. Bran. Middlings. ---------- Spool No. 3. No. 5. F16-1/25 [illegible] No. 6. Ironwood. F16-1/4. Lower Palo Verde Valley, Ariz, See p. 122. ---------- Spool No. 4. No. 1. F11-1/38. Peak or high[illegible] Rk (Draper's ldg), Salix nigra. No. 2 F11-1/25 Pichaco Peaks. Black & Coyote Willows. No. 3 F.11-1/15 [illegible]. No. 4. F11-1/38 Cottonwood Grove at Bard. No. 5. F11-1/38 Arroweed House near Yuma. No. 6. F11-1/25. Indian Boy. No. 7. F11-1/10. Opulaster at Sugarloaf. Botany 5. "Variety is the greatest thing in nature. There is nothing more important than varieties. One man will plant one variety & another a closely allied botanical variety and one will make a fortune and the other go broke." Resume [?] No. 8. Baccharis pilularis F11-1/10 No. 9.    "        " No. 10.    "        "    close at hand ::::::::: [The following is transcribed from a paper glued over the original final page. It hides almost all of what is written on that page. Also, a flap of the paper is folded over so as to hide some of what is written on the paper itself.]  Monument Peak as landmark & flat[illegible] this side Bill Wm's [illegible] sand falls [?] No. 4 Caving banks No. 5 Needles No. 6 Needles all above F11 & 1/25 ---------- Spool 2. No. 1. Needles. F11 x 1/25 "  2    "    F11 - 1/38 "  3    "      "  -  " "  4    "      "  -  " "  5  Needles, up stream  F11 - 1/38. Willows (Salix nigra)      and Atriplex polycarpa No. 6  Mohave Rock  F11 - 1/38 No. 7. Pass below Wm's Fork  F11 - 1/5 looking south No. 8. Pinnacle on Arizona short [shore?] at L angle turn of river below Bill Wm's Fork  F11 - 1/5  18 in. diam. [wide?]  8 branches No. 10. Populus fremonti  Stand 45-50 ft. h., one average tree measured 15 in diam at 4 ft. The S Willow (No.    ) the small gray willow of that region. See p. 80 ---------- Spool No. 3 Mon. Cactus 1/35 - 11. No. 2. 1/40 - 1  tallest 20 f. h.  No. 3 Atriplex lentiformis  8 ft. h. & 2 ft. broad. Blythe [hog?], 1/38 - F11  No. 4 ditto 1/25 - F16. No. 5233 recollect Screw Mesquite
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