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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 16 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 16
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Pacific Improvement Reserv. Pacific Grove - Pinus muricata, fruiting at 5 years. - Pinus radiata. Slender pole-like form is common on the sterile granite sand from Carmel northward through the center of the reservation.  The cones are very small, 2 inches long, subglobose when open and strikingly like Pinus muricata cones.  This is the variey laevigata doubtless.  The cones persist a long time.  Cones on main axis of trees 20 to 30 years old. :::::::::  Jan. 9, 1910. - Crest of Pt. Pinos Ridge, west slope - chaparral area where fire has been.  I note the following species: 1. Gaultheria shallon Ph. 2. Vaccinium ovatum Ph. 3. Castanopsis chrysophylla var. minor.  This is a low spreading scrub, but the leaves have a short abrupt-blunt point, and are trough-like (not plane), showing them to be different from Castanopsis sempervirens. 4. Arcostaphylos vestita Eastw.
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