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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 136 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 136
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Thousand Palms Ca_on Mendocino hillside.  It was a beatiful spot in a desert land.  Grass, water, wood and just beyond the ever gaunt mystical desert ranges. In Thousand Palm Ca_on there are, roughly estimated, about 350 trees in lower grove and 220 in upper grove, 1/2 mile n., and maybe 20 in all in a scattered lot in the east of lower grove, say 600 in all.  At Willis settlement there are about 275.  Edom [Block] Station S. P. is about 3 miles west of south of Willis' ranch. No. 6042. Cyperus laevigatus L. Side of shallow streamlet in Thousand Palm Ca_on No. 6043. Eleocharis capitata R. Br.  With preceding :::::::::  22 May 1914. Riverside Co. - Washingtonia Leaves 3 to 5 ft. 7 inches long as to petiole.  Blades 2 1/2 to 3 ft. No.6044. Phragmites communis Trin.  Cave in Thousand Palms Ca_on.  The horses eat it a little but prefer the Distichlis spicata which is young & fresh. No. 6045. Washingtonia filifera. Thousand Palms Ca_on. No. 6046. Larrea tridentata Cov. var. glutinosa Jepson Roots spread out on surface, 5 to 25 feet from individual, size of a thread to a cord and where uncovered in a wash by wind or water action resemble a gigantic spider's web.
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