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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 116 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 116
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Pinon Well Grade n. of Indio, not Cottonwood Mts. - Pinus microphylla tree 28 ft. h., 6 ft. 4. in.  in circ at  4 ft. No. 5987. Eriogonum inflatum  var. inflatum Pinon Well. No. 5988 Purshia glandulosa Curran.  4 1/2 ft. h. & twice as broad.  Dense. West slope mts. of Pinon Well. No. 5989. Baccharis sergiloides Gray. "Squaw Water Weed" says the man at Pinon Well who regards it as a water indicator.  He also says mesquite (Prosopis juliflora) is as water indicator. Pinon Well, in stream bed. No. 5990. Ephedra californica Wats. Pinon Well. No. 5991. Plantago xerodea Morris Pinon Well. No. 5992. Chorizanthe thurberi Pinon Well. :::::::::  2500 ft. Riverside Co. 18 May 1914 No. 5993. Zizyphus parryi Torr. [crossed out] Condalia parryi Weberb. Stems spreading 4 to 8 ft. h. Trunks 2 or 3 to 8(!) in. diam. No. 5994. not Gilia bigelovii gray. Pinon Well. =  Linanthus dichotomus Bth. No. 5995. Eriophyllum wallacei gray.  Composite. Pinon Well. No. 5996. Festuca pacifica Piper. Grass. Pinon Well. Det.  A.S.H. No. 5997. Hymenoclea salsola T.&G. Char. Composite  of sandy mesas & washes 2 ft. h. No. 5998. Salvia vaseyi (Porter). Corolla white with short notched upper lip and rounded lobes, lower lip longer, spreading, the middle lobe developed into a transversely oblong structure which is notched and which covers the short lateral lobes in such a way as to nearly conceal them.
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