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

Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 30
Barstow to Ord Mt. May 2 - 3, 1914 - Left Barstow early Sat. A.M. - Dr. Helen Waterman, Miss Abby Lou Waterman, Mrs. Rice, [J. ...son] and myself.  To Doggett, thence s.  [south] to  Ord. Mt. The way grew  more interesting as we went on; we passed a flowery tilted mesa with park-like opens in it, the shrubs many in flower, with a abundance of Eschscholtzia no. 5846.  This is very abundant all through the desert.  Miss W.  says that she has never  seen so much of it before.  Its long slender pointed pods rise promptly above the flowers which are peduncled at a common level. The Apricot Mallow, no. was very fine and gave a joyous aspect to the wagon trail.  Nearer Ord the cacti became more abundant and in greater variety :::::::::  May 3, 1914. No. 5844. Phacelia Beautiful clear tint of  lilac-blue with yellow throat.  Appendages low, straight, wholly adnate, without "a ruffle" or lobe.  Style shortly 2-cleft; ovary hairy; lower part of style pubescent.  Wash near Ord Mt. No. 5866 See p. 40.  Yucca mohavensis Sarg.  Filaments clavate or sausage dilated at tip,  the anther adnate to very end.  Fils.  pot-hooked shaped or the clavate portion turned abruptly outward.  The clavate  portion shrivels after anthesis.  The ovary is divided  1/3 way to axis by 3 very narrow sutures.  - Common on all the hills from near Doggett to Ord Mt.
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