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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 70 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 70
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Berkeley 1910.  - Valley Oak, Strain Ranch south of Red Bluff near town of Rawson (= r.r. station) 8 ft. diam. & spread of 100 ft. in crown - acc. F. B. Kellogg. U. S. Forest Service, (ex Bot. 4). - J. P. Moore.  There is a record of Circaea pacifica (in my Fl.) for Tamalpais.  Not there says Mrs. Brandegee.  She expressed her doubts in this fashion:  "J. P. Moore does not know whether he stands on his head or his feet." (!) But cf. Tor. 4:420 where she uses "tis there" instead of "not there" against Greene!!! - Suaeda suffrutescens on plains Western Madera Co. See Westover in litt., May 24, 1910. :::::::::  Vacaville, May 4, 1910 - Wild Lettuce has become a great pest in the grain fields, and at harvest time plays smash with the combined harvesters.  Gets into the machinery and won't go through like straw but acts like hemp.  I know one man above Winters who had his harvester torn all to pieces by it.  - Ralph Platt. = Lactuca scariola. - Aristolochia californica. The description in the Fl. W. Mid. Cal. one of the best in the book. - J. B. D. Stillman. cf. Microseris sylvatica var. Stillmani Gray.
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