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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 46 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 46
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Ukiah  - Aquilegia exima - is a distinct thing with sticky herbage,  midsummer flowering. It is on Red. Mt.  - Platystemon californicus, referring to Greene's segregate "you will have hard work making more than one species." - Carl Purdy.  No. 4013. Erythroniium hendersonii Purdy's Garden.  Crests on base inner petals. No. 4014. Erythronium multiscapoideum, teste Purdy, but perhaps a slip.  Purdy's Garden. No. 4015.  Erythronium revolutum.  Purdy's garden. No. 4016. Erythronium multiscapoideum, teste Purdy. Purdy's Garden.  As to No 4014 one of us may have made a mistake when :::::::::    March 25, 1910.  --Pedicularis densiflora.  At the turn of the road, upper end of Mill Creek Canon, as you go up the hill, one finds at this time the bare dead-leafy ground beneath the Black Oaks gay with the red of Indian Warriors forming brilliant sharp spots of color beneath the trees.  ------------------- it was going in press. No. 4017. Erythronium grandiflorum var. pallidum.  When anthers = red, then = E.[Erythronium] nuttallianum, only distinction found.  Purdys's Garden - LRH
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