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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 52 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 52
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Ukiah  -Salix. The willows on the west shore of the Russian River north of the bridge protect the bank from washing very affectively [sic]. Mostly Salix sessilifolia.  It is effective because the trees are not allowed to grow up but are cut off low down so as to be thicket-like.  As a result all sorts of debris is caught and entangled, and makes an effective barrier or rip-rap against erosive action. :::::::::  March 25, 1910 Camassia - C. esculenta, segments  unequal, spreading irregularly, three on one side and 3 on the other, at least in 2 sets of 3 each, altho Purdy will not say definitely, above and below (the fl. [flower] stands nearly horizontal). - C. [Camassia] leictlinii, segments spreading a perfect star, withering over the capsule like a bon-bon.  Rare in Sonoma. - C. [Camassia] esculenta is common in Sonoma Co. (Santa  Rosa reg. [region]) C.  [Camassia] leictlinii on Red Mt., the most southerly station known to Pt. Reyes.
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