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Jepson Field Book volume 28_14 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 28_14
Oakland, Sept. 12 [continued] from p. 9. After this toast I asked the company to rise and we drank a toast to Engler standing, to his long life and prosperity, to the continued success of his great botanical projects, and wishing for ourselves that we may like him be still youthful as the years pass and like him haved to the ends of the earth in the fulness of our days. After the lecture, to Schroter's lecture with its beautiful slides of Alpine vegetation.  The next day I took Prof. C. Schroter and Dr. Theo J. Stomps to Santa Rosa to see Luther Burbank who received us cordially and gave several hours to the party.  I do not appear to have made a note of this at the time. See ::::::::: Yosemite Park, Sept. 1913 Ceanothus prostratus occurs in the pine woods between Chinquapin and Wawona.  It makes a close flat weave, dark green. The leaves are scarcely or not toothed as I remember. But. C. diversifolius is a loose gray mat, with the leaves in branchlets sticking up a little. You hardly notice an individual leaf in case of Ceanothus prostratus. C. diversifolius occurs rather abundantly in the open woods between Mariposa Big Tree Grove and Wawona, at least there is more of it than I expected. C. parvifolius s also more abundant than I supposed about Mariposa Grove and Chinquapin.  Now that both it and C. integerrimus are out of [flower], C. parvifolius is rather the more noticeable.
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