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Jepson Field Book volume 28_64 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 28_64
Mt. Tamalpais root crown and stems above it of course, a part of the brush, (the whole plant was above), this upper portion of root was covered with soil; the tap root below that point had been uncovered by the cut for the railway bank and the whole of this exposed portion of the tap root (which was about one inch, was sprouting freely, as if feathered all the way down!! In places on the fire lanes we find slender roots 4 to 5 feet long running along the surface of the ground, they appear on investigation to belong to Pickeringia montana.  ::::::::: [Mt. Tamalpais] 21 Feb. 1914. -Oxalis oregana. Stems used in making pies at Ft. Bragg as a substitute for rhubarb. -W.C. Matthews -Arctostaphylos montana, said by A.E. Wieslander to layer! Mt. Tamalpais. It does (W.L.J.).  We have been out in the rain all day and I am as wet-for it has rained with considerable violence-as if thrown into the bay. W.L. Matthews, with me, is very wet also. -Adenostoma fasciculatum. Tore up a whole plant. The stems were no larger than quills, but they arose from old root crowns 5 inches broad!!  No. 5727 Pickeringia montana. Stump sprouts. (Material thrown away)
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