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Jepson Field Book volume 28_172 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 28_172
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Dirt-slide Plants Plants colonizing land slides in the hills and especially more or less continuous dirt slides.  Eucharidium concinnum Lupinus (no. 9061). Lupinus (no. 9055). Senecio (no. 9050). (no. 9051).  Tallus [Talus] is a marked formation for plants which favor dirt or bad soil. Eriogonum nudum Dougl. on talus at Lake Tahoe, 7 ft. tall says Miss S.Y. Stokes. ::::::::: Simulation-cont. [continued] from p. 170.  Calycadenia ciliosa Greene. Stem first put out a large number of short-peduncled heads racemosely, the peduncles densely leafy-bractrate, there above this 1 [one] ft. [foot] high axis the stem developed a large panicle. The early growth simulates C. spicata!, the later C. ciliosa. See spm. [specimen] by K. Brandegee, Kelesey, Lake Co. [County].
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