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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 98 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 98
Warren's Well c. 2500  ft. prospect with a pleasant breeze stirring over the mesa.  The lovely Calochortus kennedyi here & there nests on the ground as a wonderful spot of color agains the gray sand. - Warrne's Well is a cattle man's station on the main road  form Banning to Dale.  There is a good supply of water and no charge is made for it. - [Cont. from p. 96. Sometime before we got within sight of the mill our horses, terribly worn and dejected, suddenly smelt water as borne on the evening breeze and the effect was an immediate rejunenation of their spirits. The pace was percetibley increased.] No. 5963. Opuntia ramosissima Engelm. Pencil Cactus, 4 ft. h. :::::::::  May 15, 1914 San Bernardino Co. No. 5964. Euphorbia polycarpa Bth.  Sandy mesas.  Abundant 29 Palms. No. 5965. Palafoxia linearis Lag. Wash. Coyote holes. No. 5966. Astephanus utahensis Engelm. Coyote holes. Sandy mesas. No. 5967. Eriogonum  trichopes Sandy mesas. 20 Palms. No. 5968. Achyromychia Cooperi Sandy mesa. 29 Palms No. 5969. Piptocalyx circumscissus = Cryptantha Torr. 29 Palms. Sandy mesas. (Greeneocharis circumscissa Rydb.) No. 5970. Vigueria deltoidea Gray var. parishii Rose. Rocky butte. Coyote holes No. 5971. Chaenactis Sandy mesas. 29 Palms. No. 5972. Oenothera alyssoides H. & A. var decorticans Jepson. Sandy mesas. 29 Palms.
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