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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 104 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 104
Warner Valley 5000 ft.  of solid tissue, characteristically dark brown.  See No. 4072  No. 4065. Ceanothus cordulatus Kell. Common on the flats, Warner Valley and hillslopes as well.  Also noted near Butte Creek. & Hot Springs Valley.  Branches ascending, snow-depressed. No. 4066. Salix lemmonii Beff acc. Schn. bushy clumps, river bottoms & swampy mdws [meadows] Warner Valley. The only Salix, abundant. No. 4067. Sanicula tuberosa Torr. Pine flats. Warner  Valley. No. 4068. Ranunculus occidentalis var. alceus Swampy mdws [meadows], Warner Valley. No. 4069. Lupinus lepidus Dougl. var artulus Jepson. Pine flats, Warner Valley, abundant. No. 4070. Mimulus Torreyi Gray. Det. A. L. G. Fls. [flowers] red, lanceolate, sharply defined lanceolate yellow spot  :::::::::  June 5, 1910.  on each fold lower lip bodered by a narrow dark purple edging. Warner Valley, Pine flats. No. 4071. Eriogonum spergulinum var. reddingianum Warner Valley, pine flats. No. 4072. Balsamorrhiza. Rich pine knoll, Warner Valley, in open.  Root of concentric layers which part readily, whitish.  No. 4073. Calochortus nudus Wats. Pets. white, gland with a narrow pink flashing on upper side. Hot Springs Valley. No. 4074. Orthocarpus hispidus Bth. Corolla sulphur yellow; sacs deep, teeth shorter than galea.  Springy spots. Hot Springs Valley.  No. 4075. Polygonum kelloggii Greene. Hot Springs Valley. moist flats.
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