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Jepson Field Book volume 28_82 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 28_82
Life History Notes. Suggestions for a Field Book to direct interest to peculiarities of development. -Epilobium, irregular flower of chamaenerium. -Delphinium decorum. Note the first or second year orbicular entire lobes of leaves on young plants which produce no stems in the season! Cf Marysville Buttes spms [specimens]! Recall leaves of Marsilia? -Fritillaria lanceolata. Its earliest or first year basal leaf, so strikingly different from the leaves of its flowering stem. See notes on two (dimorphic) flowerings in one year: 29:160. See notes on dimorphic branches. -See also p. 84.  ::::::::: See also p. 75. -Physiological bilabiation of morphologically regular flowers. 1. Odontostomum hartwegi-5 stamens arch above, one below, very marked. 2. Clarkia concinna. See Fl. [?W.?] Mid. Cal.  Epilobium. See p. 82. 3. Streptanthus. Petals sometimes tend to approximate in pairs on upper and lower side. 4. Cleomella obtusifolia Torr. & Frem. All 4 petals turned to upper side, or 2 spreading horizontally right and left. F.B. 46: 254. 5. Clarkia pulchella. See drawing made at Dorrington. 6. Adenocaulon bicolor. cf. Field Book, vol. 40, p. 90. 7. Gilia virgata var. eremica Jepson. cf. F.B. 5414. 8. Gilia mathewsii F.B. 27:33. Also see all other nos. [numbers] of spms. [specimens] in this sect. [section]. Gilia (Langloisia).
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