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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 126 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 126
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Lassen Co. Snag Lake 6200 ft. - Seedlings this year.  The conjunction of a good seed year with just the right seasonal conditions.  The season a month early here, they say.  Such a fine condition for germination may come only one in many years.  Notice the stand in the forest.  An old stand.  A young stand, say 10 years old, and nowa lot of seedlings. :::::::::  Plumas Co. (Mt. Harkness) June 12, 1910 No. 4120. Trifolium kingii Wats. = T. productum Greene. Moist ca_on bottom near Mt. Harkness. No. 4121. Phlox diffusa Benth. Corolla whitish-lavender, changes immediately to maroon in drying. Near Mt. Harkness. No. 4122. Silene lemmonii Wats. Corolla whitish. Petal slash-divided into 4 lilnear segments. Crown of 4 teeth, the two lateral smaller. Open pine woods. Near Mt. Harkness. Plumas Co. - Anglo-Saxon types in the backwoods of California: the adventurous race shows itself by going to and sticking in the mountains.  The Henleys of Round Valley, the Camerons of Plumas, the Crockers & Clarks of Tuolumne and Merced, etc. etc.
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