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Jepson Field Book volume 28_32 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 28_32
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Middle River, San Joaquin [Delta, Nov. 22, 1913. San Joaquin Co.]  an objectionable odor to wheat flour and it is also objectionable in barley.  No. 5695. Cornus californica  No. 5696. Hibiscus californicus Kell. Flowers pure white, with yellow centre, "4 or 5 inches across", acc. [according to] Filcher. Prof. [Professor] Filcher's estimate of size is too large and he merely meant to indicate that the flowers are showy and noticeable like hollyhocks to which he compared them. 6 ft. h!  No. 5697. Stachys albens. Gray 6 to 10 ft. h! [feet high] = S. albens Gray  No. 5698. Polygonum hartwrightii At least the sheath with green (herbaceous) border.  Stems diffuse, ::::::::: [Middle River, San Joaquin] Delta, Nov. 22, 1913. San Joaquin Co.  or trailing, rather short (mostly 8 to 16 inches). Totally dif. [different] appearance and habit from no. 5692.  No. 5699. Rumex 3-4 ft. h. [feet high]  Cyperus virens Michx. Stems acutely triangular. Ruscus aculeatus, red colored branches used for decoration in shops at Stockton.  Middle River.  Filcher says the peat is 20 ft. [feet] deep with a sandy clay bottom. The peat will readily burn and may burn for weeks and months and become a menace. Into such sink-holes horses may go down and be lost. The soil is of course very spongy
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