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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 80 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 80
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Ord Mt to Rabbit Spr. (2900 ft.) - Petalonyx thurberi.  Its young green shoots developing.  A little suggestion of Colletia cruciata.  Washes south of  Ord Mt. - On the stretch of mesa and flat from s. base of Ord to Dry lake near Rabbit Sprs. the two dominant plants are Larrea tridentata and Franseria dumosa.  The latter imparts a blue-green color to the landscape and is delicately complimentary to the restful dark green of Larrea. No. 5893.  Layia glandulosa (Hook) H & A Pure white rays.  In flat under s. wall fo Ord Mt. No. 5937. Stanleya pinnata Britt.  See p. 79. :::::::::  12 May 1914 - Franseria dumosa.  At the night stop at the base of the low buttes s.w. of Ord Mt there was no vegetatin for the horses except Franseria dumosa.  They ate of it little or scarcely at all.  Perhaps if they had not had a feed of barley and alfalfa hay given them they might have eaten more,  altho their feed from the wagon was not very liberal.  - Thee snowy crests of the San Bernardinos make a fine show from the pass over Ord Mt.  Further down we catch a view of the top of snow San Antonio.
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