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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 184 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 184
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Berkeley and put into a chair to be married and then put back to bed. - I spoke of the prevalence of botanical knowledge in Germany to Birckner, - at least they know what a botanist is.  He replied that the statement was peculiarly true of Thuringia which is a very fine botanical ground and where every man is a botanist and knows the Latin names of the wild plants. - Aralia californica, Strawberry Ca_on main south fork just above Milk ranch. (Old record, but observed by me). :::::::::  August 24, 1910. No. 4172. Sedge. Carex barbarae Dewey. Carex laciniata [Booth]. Berkeley Hills, Telegraph Ca_on (Claremont Creek),toward head. - Cupressus macnabiana says Miss Louise Hilgard grows near Black Butte. - Prof. E. W. Hilgard. - Darlingtonia californica , "struck me in the face as I walked through there", E. W. Hilgard, Illinois River in S. Oregon, about 30 years ago.  I never heard of them so tall.  Howell gives 3 ft. as extreme. - Mason, [N.] S. Dept. Agr. man working on native Drupaceae in Southern Calif. with a view to getting grafting stock - H. [M]. Hall, Sept. 1910. - Ash.  This tree never struck by lightning. - F. F. Thomas.  I think he refers to the Eastern U. S.
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