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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 152 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 152
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Berkeley - Umbellularia californica. F. W. Wright says: We used the wood for sled-runners in making sleds for sledding wood down hill in Monterey County, because the wood is so hard. - Quercus lobata, falling limbs. Wright says limbs often fall and kill people, that he had a great oak in his yard at Calistoga which for that reason he took out, that one of a party of women near Middleton was killed by a falling limb, the rest of the party ran but she hesitated a moment and was lost.  See 3 pp. ahead. :::::::::    July 24, 1910.  Mt. Tamalpais. Mt. Tamalpais trip with Summer School students: - July 23.  - Castanopsis chrysophylla var minor. Fruits rather large but not hardened.  Lobes of involucre very long and narrow, the lobes 3, sometimes a very small 4th or 5th lobe.  The lobes seemed to me remarkabley long and narrow, but they may widen before maturity. - Stenotus linearifolius.  It is called Indian Broom says Mrs. Bogan of Tuscon Ariz., the natives using the broom-like tops.  The name is very appropriate but am not sure she has the same
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