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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 166 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 166
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Cajon Pass 2400 ft. No. 6104  Phacelia brachyloba Gray. Cor. clear pink-lavender with yellow eye (throat), the throat very open.  Style very shortly 2-branched (not cleft), the branches cylindric and stigmatic at tip only; lower portion of style hairy.  Throat without crests but an oblong-obovate areola behind each stamen, two more between each of these, the pair being smaller and somewhat in relief, distended inwards a very little.  Anthers brownish or reddish. Stamens & style  included. :::::::::  28 May 1914 San Bernardino Co. No. 6105. Elymus condensatus Presl. Grass 5 to 8 ft. h. Det. A.S.H. No. 6106. Mimulus brevipes BenthT the most handsome of Mimuli; a luxurious look. No. 6107. Bloomeria aurea Kell. Clear yellow perianth. B. crocea Cov. No. 6108. Collinsia tinctoria Hartw. No. 6109. Asclepias californica Greene. Stems decumbent. No. 6110. Dendromecon rigida Benth. Petals 5!!! in all fls. examined.
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