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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 44 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 44
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Ord Mt. Stems prostrate, forming circular plants with the wooly pods lying in cllusters at the ends.  Very striking.  Ridges of Ord Mt.; on summit also. Calyx teeth short, "in relief," on tube. = A. purshii Dougl. var ordensis Jepson. No. 5878. Astragalus didymocarpus H. & A. Diffuse.  Whitish-purple corolla, wings narrow, with processes fitting into complimentary structures on keels.  wings much shorter than bannner, the keel nearly as long as wing.  Banner and keels lilac or  whitish, the keel purple.  Open hills.  :::::::::  3 May 1914. No. 5879. Allium fimbriatum Wats. W.L.J. Nov. 1918. [Sketch of pistil follows] Double crests on the back of each lobe, running up alongside the lower part of style as free wings or appendages.  These crests are more marked than on any other  species of allium that I remember.  The crests are joined at the base in pairs and then curve promptly
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