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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 150 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 150
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Berkeley - Pinus tuberculata.  A band of this on the slate zone some (8)? or (4?) miles n. of Placerville - Miss Margaret Kelley, Summer School student.  - San Benito Co. ranches = 1. Rancho Cienega de los Paicines Vasquez the bandit Tully's Rose of the Rancho 10,000 acres. Spanish grant to Castro Family in 1842. 2. [Tequisquita] Rancho, 10000 A. 3. [Ausaymas] Rancho, 19,000 A. - S. F. Examiner. July 28, 1910. - Clark, Galen, sketch of in Sierra Club Bull. June, 1910. :::::::::  July 11, 1910. - Plants sent by M. C. Richter from Elk Grove  5. Jussiaea californica 4. Cirsium lanceolatum Scop. 3, Hemizonia virgata Gray. 2. Melilotus indica 1. Medicago lupulina All the above are honey plants sent July 11, 1910. No. 4 "puts in its appearance first, four years ago" - Elk Grove farmer. no. 5. "Beekeepers call it a sort of water-lily" M. C. Richter in litt. - Yellow Pine seedlings in Bot. Gard. from Shasta, cots. = 9, 10, 9,9,8. Pinus ponderosa
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