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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 112 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 112
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Lassen Peak Shasta Co.  mountain meadows, lower slopes Lassen Peak. 8000 ft.  No. 4095. Ranunculus alismaefolius var alismellus Gray. 800 ft. With preceding. No. 4096. Silene lemmonnii Wats. Pets. very finely cur into 4 linear segments which are again cleft or sometimes Lower slopes Lassen in coniferous woods. Dull white pets. No. 4097. Silene montana Wats. Pets. 3-cleft maroon with preceding. No. 4098. Lewisia triphylla Rob. Moist slopes near Hot Springs Val.  One, 2 or 3 stems from a tuber.  No. 4099. Ceanonthus. Near Hot Sprints Valley, mt. slopes coniferous woods. Fls. lavender.  This is a distinct thing in :::::::::  Jume 8, 1910.  habit from Ceanothus prostratus which occurs in Yellow Pine woods very plentifully on west slope of Sierra Nevada on our route from Starling City east. It is truly remarkable how closely and evenly Ceanothus prostratus hugs the ground.  No. 4099,however while essentially prostrate has ascending branches and is not nearly so prostrate or so dense as the typical form.  It (No. 4099) is the only form here, at least I have not observed Ceanothus prostratus in this region.
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