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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 102 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 102
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3 Miles E. of Coyote Holes Mohave Desert - Man in auto says: 8 miles up road from 29 Palms to  Indio, take left hand,  the right hand goes to Desert Queen, the next fork  take right hand,  goes to Pi_os Wells. - Johnnie, Wilson. - Eriogonum plumatella is in broad washes.  Its branches are strictly erect from a woody trunk 4 to 12 in.  h., the leaves not much reduced being protected by the compactness of the vegetative cylinder so to speak;  but the infl. branches fork so divaricately and spread a great deal.  Those of one branch may almost come back on one another.  This :::::::::    May 16, 1914 might be called Elkhorn Eriogonum or Elkhorn Weed  - Dalea spinosa Gray 4 mi. w of 29 Palms - Acacia gregii Gray No. 5973. Simmondsia californica Nutt. [crossed out] chinensis (Lind) C. K. Schmidt 4 to 7 ft. h. calyx 5-lobed.  Stames 8 (one count) [stamens 10, 10, 10, 12. Find none 8 - W.L.J. Apr 17] -We camped tonight in a very broad wash where there was a great abundance of Gietta Grass (Pleuraphis rigida Thurb.) which our tired horses fed upon contentedly all night long.  The clumps where 1 to 3 ft. high.  Their inflorescences suggest a wheat head.
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