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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 140 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 140
= Coachella Valley Conchilla Desert Riverside  Co. c. 200ft. No. 6052. Conchilla Desert. Encelia eriocephala Gray. Common on the sand-dunes. No. 6053. Achronychia cooperi Conchilla Desert. Sand-dunes. Decumbent or prostrate; calyx tube becoming a little urnshaped, this and the 5 lobes fleshy-herbaceous, i.e. green, each lobe abruptly tiped with a white appendage like a staminodium. Cont. p. 146. No. 6054. Euphorbia polycarpa Bth. var. hirtella Boiss. Sand-dunes, Conchilla Desert No. 6055. Amaranthus californicus Wats.  Ovary or fruit somewhat distended at top and wrinkled Common, Conchilla Desert Prostrate :::::::::  May 23, 1914 No. 6056. Mentzelia dispersa Wats. Conchilla Desert. No! = M. dispersa Wats. No. 6057. Helianthus periolaris canescens. Conchilla Desert. Rather common. No. 6058. Stillingia annua Muell = S. spinulosa Torr. Fls. in a bisexual spike, the female at base and few, staminate flowers with 4 parted scarious calyx and two stamens, the anthers with two broad somewhat [?] divergent lobes. This flower is in the axil of a scarious bract and laterally subtended by two stalked glands.  The pistillate flowers are likewise gaurded [sic] by two laterally placed glands, these glands are trumpet-shaped rather and the [male] ones are smaller editions.
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