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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 94 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 94
Chico to Paradise, Magalia, Jun 2, 1910  - Butte Co. R. R. [railroad] to Stirling. The line soon strikes the low table-like forrthills covered with a growth of Digger Pine and Blue Oak, for this formation a dense growth.  Above this comes in chapparal [sic][chaparral] of manzanita, Ceanothus cuneatus, Adenostoma fasciculatum, etc.  Then a Digger Pine again mixed with a little Yellow Pine. Ceanothus integerrimus abundant and with the Yellow Pine through the Yellow Pine Belt.  At Magalia saw a small bunch of rather scruffy but dense Cypress within 500 or 600 yds of depot up-grade.  About Chapparal [sic],  :::::::::  Chapparal [sic[ Chaparral], Butte Creek, June 3, 1910.  a station and post-office the altitude is much higher and we get great opens in the forest, on the rocky slopes and ridges, covered with a dense growth of Ceanothus cordulatus, the white-flowered spiny Ceanothus, the stems radiating - ascending from a common basal trunk.  Just above Butte Creek, and on to the summit and east slope there is a fine and entirely pure forest of Red Fir.  Some of the trees are first size trees.  About Butte Creek is the Belt of Jeffrey Pine.  All along the road for about four miles westerly
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