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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 114 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 114
not) Cottonwood Mts., c. 3000 ft. n. of Indio. = Lookouot Mt. See L.E. Carpenter of Indio [?] litt. Jan' 18 Also cf. p. 110 supra. No. 5983. Gilia aurea Nutt.  Cor. clear levely yellow; style branches 3, horizontally spreading.  Tube cor. dark purple away down.  Sandy wash.  Pleasant Valley. = Linanthus aureua (Nutt.) Greene. - Pholisma arenarium.  Abundant through all this country. - Franseria dumosa has disappeared (Pinos Well). - Mohave "China Rice Grass coming in here last 3 years plenty, can almost mow it in Pleasant Valley" - man at Pinos Well. = Oryzopsis hymenioides Ricker. :::::::::  May 17, 1914 No. 5984. Lotus  rigidus Greene.  Shrub 1 1/2 to 3 ft. h. Banner 1/2 longer than wings, wings 1/2 longer than keel (twice longer beyond calyx). Cor. [corolla] yellow,turning to brown-purple,  the banner changing last, much later than the other parts which change together.  Summit Cottonwood Mts. = Lookout Mt. No. 5985. Ericameria cuneata var. spathulata, Hall. Dark green shrubs 2 to 4 ft. h. in [clefts] or rocks on south slope of Cottonwood Mts.  towards Pleasant Valley. No. 5986. Eriogonum fasciculum var. flavoviride 1 to 1 1/2  (or 2) ft. h. Heads very numerous, stem bunches compact, herbage very green, light bright green.  These are the particulars in which it differs from the ordinary form.  Pinos Well.
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