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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 40 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 40
Ord Mt. 2 May 1914  San Bernardino Co. 3000 ft. No. 5862. Mimulus bigelovii Gray Det A.L.G. Two yellow spots in throat, well defined, with red-purple spots laterally.  Wash.  Cor.  crimson. No. 5863. Eriogonum pusillum T. &  G. Wash No. 5864. Bromus trinii Desv. Grass. Det. A. S. H. No. 5865. Prunus fasiculata gray. Wash. 6 ft. h. very rigid and crookedly i.e. divaricately branched. No. 5866. Yucca mohavensis Sarg. = Y. schidigera Roezl. See page 31.  Common on Ord Mt., on the lower  slopes and on the hills half-way or more north to Doggett.  See p.76. :::::::::  3 may 1914 No. 5867. Oenothera scapoidea T.  & G. Inflorescence flowering unilaterally i.e. infl.  coiled at tip. Cor. white. Wash. 8 anthers stellately radiant from style just below  stigma, in anthesis. Flowers white. Pets. 2 lines long. No. 5868. Peucedanum mohavense C. & R. Stony hillslope. No. 5869. Coleogyne ramosissima Torr. Common all over  Ord Mt.  and the lower  attendant ridges in the neighborhood. Ovary with laterally placed very hairy style.  Calyx-lobes 4.  Very densely and intricately branched shrub forming compact closely interwoven masses 1 or 1 1/2 feet high.  The flowers are very abundant this year.  Often they stand behind, e.e. lower than the rampart of dead spiny branchelets which cover the shrub. Br-
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