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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 152 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 152
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Banning Riverside Co. No. 6084. Cryptantha intermedia Greene. Only half plant taken. No. 6085. Astragalus pomonensis Jones. Stems many from base decumbent, or prostrate with ascending or erect ends. Fls. white! No. 6086. Lupinus densiflorus Bth.  Fls. white. Hillside. Note that the central axis first flowered, that the stem was simple and flowered and matured its fruit on the basis of the leaves upon it, that the inflation of the central  axis  probably came later when there was proliferation of leafy-based flowering stems from beneath the fruiting raceme.  :::::::::  25 May 1914. - Banning is an attractive town in the pass, clean, well built and with fine orchards of apricot and peach surrounding it.  We came on west two miles and looked out over  the Beaumont county, orchards to right, to left a gentle hillslope, all straw-yellow, with grain, in the late afternoon sun, - a beautiful sight, that kind of wonderful light soft tan-color when the grain is nearly ripened.  We bowled on down a half mile to a small arroyo, camped on its bank and cooked supper in the arroyo.  We went on  next morning at 5 a.m.
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