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Jepson Field Book volume 28_66 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 28_66
Vacaville, Feb. 28-6 Mar. 1914. The country is very beautiful. The streams are very full, both the Alamo and Ulatis. The hills are very green and it is a grand sight to see the solemn valley oaks, rise out of the green fields, tall and black and naked of leaf, contrasting so wonderfully with the delicate green sward below.  -Fremont's Poppy. This name is given me by Dr. Davis Joe, Dentist, S.F. for a bush with white flowers and yellow center (?anthers) in s. [southern] Sierra, ?above Lemon Cove, might be Carpenteria?-Probably Fremontia californica. See his letter of Mar. 20, 1920.  ::::::::: Berkeley, Sept. 1914. -Torreya californica, in drainage basin on w. [western] slope Patterson Mt. [Mountain], quite common-A.E. Wieslander, 1914. Fresno Co. [County]  -Ceanothus parvifolius, common near McKinley Grove Big Trees on or near Deer Creek, Fresno Co. [County]-A.E. Wieslander.  -Ceanothus diversifolius, s. [southern] slope Patterson Mt. [Mountain], Fresno Co. [County], A.E. Wieslander.  -Arctostaphylos mariposa Dudley. The flowers are sticky and stick to your clothing as you pass through the shrubs. -A.E. Wieslander Ockenden region.  -Arc. [Arctostaphylos] glandulosa, the leaves are much more sticky at high alts. [altitudes] on Mt. Tam. [Mount Tamalpais] than lower down. -A.E. Wieslander.
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