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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 106 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 106
Hot Springs Valley 5600 ft. Plumas Co.  No. 4075a. Trifolium variegatum Nutt. var. pauciflorum Nutt. Hot Springs Valley. Springy spots. No. 4076. Purshia tridentata DC. Low spreading bush, scrubby habit. Pets. [petals] pale yellow, filmy. No. 4077. Allium bidwelliae Wats. = A. campulatum Wats. Hot Springs Valley. Per.[perianth] segments pale pink, the lighter base with a flare of darker pink in the middle of it.  Crests black, notched so, very conspicuous, thin, spreading. No. 4098. Lappula californica Piper. = Hackelia Corolla pure white, crests in throat very conspicuous. No. 4079. Erythronium purpurascens Wats. Petals pure white, with the  :::::::::    June 6, 1910.  lower half sulphur yellow, anthers white; style entire.  White of pets. fading pink.  Hot Springs Valley, forest shade, moist slope. Abundant at higher alts. [altitudes] No. 4080. Caltha howellii (Huth) Greene Seps. 6, 9, 6, 8, 6, 8, 8, 7. Springy slope. No. 4081. Salix Lemmoni Bebb. acc. Schu. The common and only willow along streams in Hot Springs Valley. Same as 4066. Shrub 4 - 6 ft. h. No. 4082. Grass. Panicum thermale Bolan. = P. lanuginosum Ell. var. fasciculatum. Growing in the hot earth about the hot springs at the Devil's Kitchen, the moist earth in which its roots grew so hot that I could not comfortably hold my hand in it.
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