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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 172 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 172
Near Cajon Pass c. 3500 ft. on desert side pendulously from the branches like the tropical, See fruit in box. No. 6123. Ericameria monactis Composite. A few rays! Shrub 2 1/2 ft.h. to 3 1/2 ft. No. 6124. Arenaria Douglasii Fenzl. R.C.B 5/19/59 No. 6125. Canbya candida Gray.  No. 6126. Piptocalyx = Cryptantha circumscissus Torr. = Greeneocharis circumscissa Rydb. No. 6127. Eriophyllum pringlei Gray. Comp. No. 6128. Gilia mathewsii Gray = Langloisia matthewsii Greene. No. 6129. Gilia ochroleuca Jones ssp. bizonata A. & V. Grant Blue-fld No. 6130. Pectocarya setosa Gray :::::::::  May 29, 1914 San Bernardino Co. No. 6131. Linanthus dichotomus Gilia dichotoma (Bth.) Fls. pure white on inside, opening or at least open in evening, closed the next morning. No. 6131a. Gilia parryae Gray var pilosa Gray. No. 6132. =Salvia Dorii  Audibertia incana Benth. Deep blue flowers. Shrub 16 to 30 inches h. No. 6133. Castilleia plagiotoma Gray Perennial! Undoubted woody crown. Cont. on p. 178. No. 6134. Chrysothamnus nauseosus (Pall.) Britt. var.? Shrub 6-7 ft.h. Roundish bushy. No. 6135, Artemisia tridentata Abundant. 2 to 4 ft.h. No. 6136. Salazaria mexicana Torr. Fls. white on the upper lip
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