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Jepson Field Book volume 28_142 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 28_142
Taxonomic Principles.  Coulter and Roses' curious taxonomic habits are illustrated by their monog. [monogram] of N. Am. umbelliferae. Because so much was unknown from lack of spms. [specimens] (which we would all admit) it seems as if they made it a principle to include almost every published species. [?Plucedanum argens?] Jones they include tho [though] Jones himself soon reduces it to P. mohavense.  K. Brandegee Kernville. Was she ever here? T. Brandegee was. Coldenia nuttallii is put down as Kernville, K.B., but no date!    ::::::::: T. Brandegee His obscure stations.  Tunis. Baffled me a long time. It is Tunis Mill, El, Mt. [Mountains], ne. Lake Co. [County]. There is a Tunis in Los Angeles Co. [County] near Los Angeles, but that would not do for the plant in question, whereas n. [north] Lake Co. [County] was all right.  1889. Sept. 3. Bixby Creek, Monterey Co. [County]. Nemophila aurita.  1892 Apr. 17. Cottonwood River. Linanthus dichoto. Aug. 25. Snow Mt. (Mountain) Mimulus primuloides.
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