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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 42 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 42
Ord Mt. c. 300 ft. arches short,  rigid,  spiny, opposite. Remarkable  for its lack of petals, its opposite branches  and 4-lobed calyx. No. 5870. Delphinium parishii Gray.  Common in the washes and on  the low hills. No. 5871. Ellisia membranacea Bth. Corolla white. No. 5872. Hilaria rigida (Thurb.) Benth. [det. Beecher Crampton. Jan. 1973] Grass Pleuraphis rigida Thurb. Rocky hills. P. jamesii  Torr. acc. A. S. H. No. 5873. Echinocereus mojavensis Engelm.  Cactus. Flowers a peculiar lurid red.  Stigma velvety-green.  Anthers and filaments crimson. :::::::::  3 May 1914.  San Bernardino Co. No. 5874. Cryptanthe pterocarya (Torr.) Greene.  Fruiting calyces  with the effect of buds. No. 5875. Gilia aliguanta A. & V. Grant Corolla light blue. No. 5876. Erigeron pumilus Nutt. ssp. concinnoides Cronq. Rocky ridges  in very rocky places on Ord Mt. No. 5877. Astragalus inflexus Dougl. var. ordensis Jepson n. var. Corolla purple.  Banner notched, with a quadrilateral white spot  with  purple line markings; wings very narrow, linear, auricled at base, also with a lobe  above the base which locks into  a pocket on the keel-petal.  Keel-petals narrow, 2/3 length of wings,  wings scarcely shorter than  banner.  -over-
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