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

Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 38
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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