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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 4 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 4
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Carmel to Pescadero Pt. - Monterey Pine, tree on 17-Mile drive between Carmel and Pebble Beech, its crown branches filled with cones.  All the long ultimate branches crowded with cone circles.  I count as high as 27 circles.  There are stray cones back of this 15 feet which must be at least 25 years old; and cones on main trunk at least 30 years old.  This tree contains now at a rough estimate 6150 cones.  Each long branch bears on an average 50 cones (3 in a whorl); I count roughly 123 branches - not a close count for I counted from one side  :::::::::  January 6, 1909. of the tree as best I could.  I see another tree that has at a guess 10,000 cones. - Monterey Cypress, fallen tree sawed through at 5 ft. above ground.  68 rings at cut _ 6 = 74 years. Diam. (average) = 16 1/2 inches. - Monterey Cypress - fair amount of reproduction in places a little back of shore, right on shore were wind-control trees are conspicuous there are not little trees or rarely one.
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