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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 146 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 146
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Big Bar to Oroville - From Belden we continued to follow down the ca_on of the north fork of Feather River, the r.r.[railroad] some 50 or 100 feet above the ca_on bottom. Above Big Bar a short distance mixed woods begin and continue with great uniformity.  These woods are very marked in character, they are rather dense, the mixture running very uniformly and consisting of Douglas Fir, Black Oak, Maul Oak and Yellow Pine.  The Douglas Fir is more common in the mixture than the Yellow Pine, at least about or below [Intake].  There is some :::::::::  June 18,1910 Madro_a about Big Bar and the amount increases toward Intake where there is enough of it to be a feature.  Whether it extends high up the ca_on walls I cannot say. Between Intake and Outtake the coniferae of the Transition Zone disappear entirely.  Below Outtake all Digger Pine was my first note.  However the main stand is Digger Pine. A little further down on the way to Oroville (we have now come out of the main ca_on) and the country is more open), there is a tremendous stand of Digger Pine.  It is young,
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