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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 74 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 74
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Berkeley  think they might kill a cat, since the will kill a fox caught in a trap." This boy called on me.  I did not associate him with the Mendocino Clarks until he told me.  I asked him if his fathere was J.H. Clark.  He said yes in a very pleased way.  I sometimes have a trick of remembering initials.  These initials I remebered thirteen years altho I had never seen the man.  :::::::::  May 12. 1910.  - Coyotes.  Se Index to Pacific Rural Press, particularly the Volumes for 1909. - Trees and cloudburst.  See index to Pacific rural Press, 1909, January. "Tick-wood" - Called at the Blakes (Mrs. Chas. T.) but all the others were there.  Edwin used the term Tickwood but I could not make out what species of the chaparral he meant; it has narrow leaves he says and does not grow in Strawberry Ca_on.  [Anson] & Anita apply the term to Baccharis douglasii. - May 22, 1910. [= Baccharis pilularis.]
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