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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 36 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 36
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Berkeley  - In diary of Portola Exped by, the "sacatales" and pajonal are described as being so high in Carmel River bottom as to cover the men on horseback.  The first refers to a grass surely; the second to slender shrubs like Baccharis viminea?  (This diary now being reprinted by Univ.).  - Oct 4. - harvest-feast-day in Alta California during time of Franciscans; the birthday of St. Francis di Assisi.  :::::::::  March 3, 1910  - Madrona at Dr Harry Tevis' place at Gilroy: Height = 80 1/2 ft. Diam ground = 15 ft. " 4 ft = 8 1/2" " 8 " = 8 1/4" " north branch = 13 ft. circ. " south " = 15 " " "crown = 90 ft. By F. Hein. 1910.  Phacelia tanacetifolia cf. Pac. Rural Press, June 4, 1904 Bee-plant. "Fiddle-Neck". "Thousand-pretty."  Noche Triste Poplar, in Mexico where Cortez spent the night in his flight from Mexico
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