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Jepson Field Book volume 28_28 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 28_28
Berkeley [October 1913] I should say they are of no real scientific value because no sets of specimens have been preserved for verification.  Quercus. Great acorn crop on the McCloud River in and about Goat Mt. very heavy on the ground beneath the trees. Deer rolling in fat! Bear very fat! Great crop of manzanita berries!  -[?Waller] Y. Kellogg, Oct. 1913.  No. 5686. Eriogonum nudum var. auriculatum Charter Hill, Berkeley. ::::::::: [Berkeley] Oct. 1913 Climate. The rains broke on the eve Nov. 1.  It has been raining or with unsettled weather up to Nov. 20. On Nov. 8 we had a weather-gaw, a clear brilliant beautiful day sandwiched between storming periods. Weather-gaw is a Scotch term given me by Mrs. Anderson of Edinburg. This day, Nov. 8, had been predicted as a storm day by Father Ricard of Santa Clara who is attracting popular attention as a weather prophet. His marked days in the month were so many tht he could not be allowed any such latitude as if he had given only two or three.
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