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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 50 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 50
Ord Mt. 3 May 1914. - Nicotiana trigonophylla Dunal. no. 5853. Cont. from p. 37. Tube about half length of throat. Fils. hairy at very base, inserted at summit of tube. Cor. cream-white, the anthers and stigma at  mouth of throat. -Aphyllon cooperi Gray.,no. 5893, cont. Cor. pubescent. Anthers only slightly hairy. Spike simple or  much branched. It is the 2-lobed  upper lip  that  is  purple, the rest  of the cor.  being much less purplish.  Agrees best with A. ludoviciana in Bot. Cal. but flowers not "mainly sessile." No. 5894. Populus fremonti Wats.  I  do not see  any difference between this and the tree of the Californian valleys - Barstow, 5 May 1914.  :::::::::  Mesa 3 miles S. of Barstow, 8 May 1914. - The whole country is dotted rather closely with Larrea  mexicana, closely enough to  give a green effect.  As abundant in individuals but only showing close at hand is Franseria dumosa.  The former is  mostly 3 or 4 ft. h., the latter 1 to  2 ft.  h.  The washes are  colored  yellow by Cassia armata. Atriplex confertifolia is common in places, a few Salazaria mexicana, Dalea  arborescens, Eriogonum inflatum.  Erodium cicutarium is  very abundant, mostly small  plants but the individuals outnumbering all other species put together; Krameria no. 5851 noted again
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