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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 22 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 22
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Ukiah, 620 ft. - Valley Oak, vase type, tree in State Hospital grounds at ground = 4'8" circ; at 4 ft = 3'1" circ; 55 ft. h.  Bark on main trunk light-colored, limbs in top with smooth bark.  Vase-shped primary branches in top.  Lateral recurving branches below of about equal length.  This tree was photographed two or three times.  See Spool No. 3, exp. nos. 4 & 5. (1909-10). These vase trees,the young ones, are often full of oak balls.  "I thought", said Ryder, "that oaks bore acorns and not balls."  No. 4005. Cercis occidentalis Torr. Mill Creek. :::::::::  February 11, 1910. - Valley Oak, stump, 4 ft. h. 251 distinct rings _ 20 rings (for rotten centre, safely inside real number) _ 5 for seedling.  Grounds of State Hospital for Insane.  Diam = 6' 10 1/2" At center 6 in. radius gone.  Structural or ring centre not excentric. This stump is near the foot path leading up Mill Creek.  When I stopped to count the rings Dr. Ryder (who was with me) laughed, saying You can't get by a stump! - Populus Fremontiii - the tree by the Russian River bridge = 90 ft. h.
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