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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 54 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 54
Stoddard's Well  Mohave Desert they didn't bring the horses.  We were played out and couldn't go further on foot.  When we inquired about it the next day they said: Well, you watch for the buzzards and then we can go out and bring him in"!  His body never was found.  He was accounted  "queer" and obstinate, and attempted things on the desert which no  man should attempt.  It was noticeable that Smith in rererring to the people who should have brought the horses from the ranch mentioned no names!  The horses of  Willis  may have broken away from him.  One broke loose from the wagon, the other was  found  dead in a gulch still with the wagon." :::::::::  8 May 1914. See p. 60. Notes on Langloisia schottii (Torr.) Cor. pink, with delicate, reddish markings,bilabiate in disposition of lobes,  3  in lower  lip, the two upper laterally divergent.  I notice one corolla in which the lobes of upper lip are not  parted to throat but show  a distinct palate.  I now see that other  flowers show  this characters also but so weakly as to almost escape notice.  The lobes of upper lip are split  quite to the throat. - Sandy washes on tilled mesa.  Stamens inserted right at throat; anthers yellow. Cor. lobes 1/4 to 1/5 length of  tube. Check up herb.[herbarium] nos. of Compositae in this book.  Round-headed Rabbit Brush, narrow-headed Rabbit Brush & other x refs. See p. 97.
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