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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 154 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 154
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Berkeley thing in mind.  Her botanical ovservation is not very accurate. - Hypericum concinnum, stamens in 3 clusters, very marked, especially in withering flower.  In each cluster 4 of the filaments are distinctly united at base, the others free! Styles 3, slender, spreading horizontally & widely. Mt Tamalpais. - Aralia californica, 8 ft. h. styles 5! petals white, closely reflexed! - Mt. Tamalpais. :::::::::  July 26, 1919. - Quercus lobata, falling limbs W. H. Wright says: Limbs fall in hot dry summer weather on perfectly still days.  He suggests that it is due to there being so little sap, that the limb as it were dries up.  See 3 pp. back. - Mentzelia Lindleyi - called "Buena-Muger" by Spanish mexicans, says one of the Summer School students because of the sticky leaves clinging to one! - Eriogonum, a great array of species in and about Jolon- Go from July 15 to Aug 10 - Miss Leila Hibbard.
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