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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 120 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 120
Pinon Well to Country Well n. of Idio. (not) Cottonwood Mts. No. 6009. Mentzelia involucrata Wats. Bracts closely subtending flo, broad, white-centered with [?] a deeply laciniate margin green. Cor. pale cream with a mere tinge of crimson in center. No.6010.  Philibertia hirtella Parish.  Runners running out over the sands in washes.  Very slender, the nodes very remote, 5 to 10 ft. long! No. 6011. = Dudleya Cotyledon lanceolata B. & W. West slope beyond Pinon Well. No. 6012. Brickellia attractyloides Gray. Comp. 12 - 15 in. h. Rocky stream bed. No. 6013. Cryptante racemosa Greene. Rocky side of stream bed.  Cryptanthe. Fls. white, very prickly, its bristles small, :::::::::  c. 1500 ft. 18 May 1914 Riverside Co. very penetrating, like the small spicules on cactus species.  Plants depressed-globose, very dense, the stems and branches numerous and intricately interwoven in growth, like Eriogonum nidularium, so  that it is impossible or at least impracticable to separate a portion for a specimen without considerable tearing. No. 6014. Vigueria deltioides var. Parishii Rose Rocky wall, side of stream bed. Rays golden yellow. No. 6015. Mohavea viscida Gray.  West slope, in stream bed, west of Pinon Well. No. 6016. Hyptis emoryi Torr. Many stemmed clumps with tall (4 to 8 or 12) ft. h. slender stems.
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