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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 8 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 8
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Sonoma Valley  11 Apr. '14 - All the lower Sonoma Valley near the bay was one great persian carpet in its glory of flowers, from Napa River to Schellville.  It was very very beautiful.  The day was perfect.  The hills gloriously green and the world drenched with sunshine.  All the mean little farms, so desolate in August are now transformed, nay even glorified by the wonder of spring.  No. 5806a. Ranunculus muricatus L.  Sonoma Valley wet fields. :::::::::  Barstow. 28 Apr. 1914. 2600 ft. No. 5807. Coreopsis (Leptosyne) A clear lively lemon yellow. Rays, 10,10,11,13. Open sandy mesas. No. 5808. Eschscholzia. Petals broadly obovate, decidedly erosulate at apex, 1 1/2 to 2 lines long.  Growing in protection of bushes, near first summit west of Calico wash. Caulescent. E. minutiflora Wats. No. 5809. Eschscholzia glyptosperma Greene Acaulescent, the leaves in a close erect tuft and "cut off" like the cropped hair of a Maxfield Parish child.  This umbrella tuft protects the roots and the leaves of it one another.  Petals fanshaped with somewhat curving sides, not strictly truncate at apex but very nearly so.
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