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Jepson Field Book volume 28_70 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 28_70
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Berkeley [Nov 1914] from Pt. Reyes and north has glands of every length or almost no pedicel at all. My "Gilroy Grade, 6/16/96" has yellow spines and the glands are very long-stalked! more prominently long-stalked than in most Marin C. [County] spines. The leaves are thick in R. hystrix but so are they in Blasdale's Olema [?spur] which is excellent menziesii. R. sericeum differs from R. menziesii only in being thin-leaved and somewhat silky pilose. The R. menziesii aggregate: (a) of the typical coast thing,  (b) the plant with short-stiped almost tessalated ovary which we have called R. subvestitum and  (c) R. californicum which has quite glabrous bristly :::::::::  [Berkeley] Nov. 1914 ovary needs to be checked up against the real types at Kew.
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