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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 170 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 170
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Cajon Pass c. 3600 ft. straight vertical hairs! No. 6112. Prunus ilicifolia Walp. Bushes 8 ft.  h. very floriferous. No. 6113. Lupinus concinnus Agardh. Very peculiar  No. 6114. Arenaria macradenia Wats. Stamens 10, petals white; style short, very shortly 3-cleft at apex. No. 6115. Lotus grandiflorus Greene var. mutabilis Ottley. Fls. egg yellow Decumbent. :::::::::  May 28, 1914.  San Bernardino Co. No. 6116. Ascelpias vestita H.& A. var. parishii Jepson. Stems several from base decumbent, or trailing with merely ascending ends. No. 6117. Baeria No. 6118. Gilia  parryae Gray. White-fld. Abundant on open sandy spots. = Linanthus parryae Greene. No. 6119. Microseris linearifolius No. 6120. Gilia brevicula Gray. Fls. lavender-crimson. = Linanthus breviculus Greene. No. 6121. Juniperus californica Carr 6 to 12 ft.h. c. 3800 ft. No. 6122. Marah macrocarpa Greene Climbing high over Quercus dumosa, its fruits hanging
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