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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 164 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 164
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Berkeley - Eryngium articulatum Deer Creek, Consumnes River a fine bee-plant, called "Blue Thistle" - M. C. Richter. -Stachys ajugoides, a bee plant.  Sac. [Sacramento] Co. - M. C. Richter -Solidato occidentalis  - ditto - Floerkea douglasii cult. in England as a honey plant, acc. M. C. Richter. - Polygonum lapathifolium bee-plant in Sac. Co., but punctatum far more important in Yolo and Colusa. - M. C. Richter - Trichostemma lanceolatum. "Mustang" name of the folk (M. C. Richter, Sac. Co. name) basis of "Mustang Liniment" :::::::::  August 8, 1910 - Eryngium articulatum Hook. Bees will gather 100 lbs to the hive between now and end of season.  Yes, there is a lot of it in the low lands along the sloughs western Sacramento Co. - M.C. Richter.  It has a very disagreeable odor - strong as and like unto ammonia. -  Polygonum punctatum, yields as much honey as alfalfa. M. C. Richter
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