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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 38 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 38
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Ord Mt. 2800 ft. No. 5856. Sphaeralcea no! see below.  We drove for two miles or more through an avenue of these with the plants forming round clusters 1 to 4 ft broad.  Stems many from the base and with many flowers.  Very showy and highly attractive, giving a lively and glowing effect to  the wagon trail. = S. ambigua Gray. No. 5857. Platystemon californicus Bth. With sulphur-yellow spots at apex of petals and a little at base, the markings of yellow varible in size and development; or the petals wholly cream color, right on plants in the same colony.  The plants show flowers all of one kind in any event.  :::::::::  2 May 1914. San Bernardino Co. No. 5858. Gilia stellata Heller Corollas small, whitish or nearly white. No. 5859.  Gilia cana (Jones) Heller ssp. speciformis A.&V. Grant Corolla tubular - funnelform, pink, a very beautiful color. No. 5860. Nemacladus Larger-form corolla, whitish with yellow tips to segments.  The upper pair of segments stand erect, with approximate tips.  The 2  processes from  upper pair of samens are  long and bear, each,  4 bright to rather translucent cylindric glands. No.5861. Nemacladus Smaller-flower.  Cor.  duller with brownish tips to  segments, or [concolored]. Processes  on stamens are sgorter and with 1 to 3 cylindric translucent glands.
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