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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 134 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 134
Prattville  Plumas Co. 4300 ft. - Yellow Pine, twisting.  Noticed two trees that twisted left to right (with the sun).  I think this is more uncommon than the other way.  The spiral in twisting is all the way frorm a very slight spiral running from  base to top nearly on one side of trunk, to a spiral only 10 ft. h. [high] on a trunk 3 ft. diam.  see note on June 4. There are a few cattle farms in Big Meadows Valley.  They cut hay beginning July 1.  They raise potatoes, onions, celery, turnips, and rhubarb but cannot raise corn or tomatoes say Nels Olsen. :::::::::  June 14, 1910  - Sugar Pine, saw a few fine trees in the forest on the low foothills toward the upper end of the valley of Big M'd'ws. - Douglas Fir, considerable in forest after one passes summit going toward Greenville. No. 4123. Camassia quamash Green. Swampy mdws [meadows]. No. 4124. Grass Koeleria cristata Pers. Mdws. Det. A.S.H. No. 4125. Erigeron nevadensis Gray. Dry flats. spm. [specimen] discarded No. 4126. Composite. Microseris laciniata (Hook) Sch. - Bip. (det K Chambers 1956) Mdws [meadows] No. 4127. Ranunculus lemmoni Gray. Wet mdws. No. 4128. Carduus. Cirsium drummondii. Heads about 6, the stem 1 1/4 ft. h. Heads fewer on only one and often subsessile on ground.
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