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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 148 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 148
San Gorgonio Pass 1700 ft. Riverside Co. Yucca [brevifolia]mohavensis Trunks 3 to 14 in. diam. at one foot above ground.  Plants 4 to 10 ft. h. - San Gorgonio Pass No. 6065. Chorizanthe staticoides Benth. Sandy mesa No. 6066. Eriogonum fasciculatum var. poliferum Green form with peduncles & inflorescence generally very unequal in height & size. No. 6067. Eriogonum fasciculatum var. poliferum Gray form, very distinct in the field; infl. mostly capitate the heads nearly of regular size and in pedumcles of equal length This latter is more commin, is the abundant form, and is a shrub of more regular outline than the former. cont. :::::::::  May 25, 1914 - Acacia gregii, frequent. - Round headed Rabbit Brush, the stems very woody below & thick, 1/2 to 1 or 1 1/2 inches. cont. no. 6066. The gray form is far more abundantly floriferous.  The green form looks green in the field.  You do not see the gray under-side of the leaves.  But made into a spm. [specimen] I do not regognize it as the green form, it shows so little green. - All the way through the Pass the view is dominated by the lofty summit of Mt. San Jacinto which rises high overhead on the south, its rocky seams filled with snow.  It is a fine sight and one's eyes constantly turned to its inspiring front.
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