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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 60 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 60
Stoddard's Well Mohave Desert c. 2700 ft. No.5910. Tetradymis axillaris A. Nels. Beautiful silvery shrubs 3 to 4 ft. h., in pleasing contrast to the rich dark green of the Larrea. No.5911. Mimulus bigelovii Gray. det. A.L.G. Sandy washes. Very compact and showy. No. 5912. Langloisia schottii Torr. See p. 55. No. 5913. Baeria Composite. No. 5914. Lotus humistrata (Greene) Fairly common. No. 5915. Nemacladus  with whitish corolla and lobes not marked or faintly pink tipped.  The stamens had no glands that I could see by looking into the corolla tube with a lens, whereas in both the [?] collected at Bars- :::::::::  9 May 1914. tow the corolla tube was open enough to see the stamineal glands. [Parish marks this N. adenophorus. No. 5916. Astragalus acutirostris Wats. Cor. pale lavender. Towards Ord Mt. & at Ord. No. 5917. Eschscholtzia minutiflora Wats.  Common on the desert everywhere but less abundant than the large-fl'd no. 5809. (E. glyptosperma Greene.) No. 5918. Oxytheca perfoliata Trailing or procumbent! No. 5919. Opuntia basilaris Engelm. Rose-red fls. very beautiful.  Matthews calls this the "fan cactus." See p. 69. No. 5920. Stephanomeria parryi Compositae Cich. [Cichoriaceae] Colony in a circle of 20 ft. diam. Not otherwise seen. No. 5921. = Langloisia Gilia matthewsii Gray. This seems to be a mojor form of no. 5912
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