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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 174 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 174
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Hesperia 3200 ft. San Bernardino Co. with a faint tinge of lavender No. 6137. Juniperus californica Wats. No. 6138. Mirabilis Bigelovii var.  aspera Fls. pale  pink. Stems trailing or sometimes ascending. Fls. fading red, or drying immediately. No. 6139. Tetradymia axillaris A. Nels. Comp. bush. 2 to 2 1/2 ft.h. Each stem throwing  out long thorny or spiny branches like  proliferous shoots , and in abundance. :::::::::  May 29, 1914. No. 6140. Zygadenus brevibracteatus Hall Hesperia. Sandy mesas. No. 6141. Lotus humistrata (Greene). Sandy mesas. No. 6142. Eriogonum mohavense Sandy mesas No. 6143. Linanthus aurea (Nutt.) Greene Cor. clear yellow. Cont. p. 177. NO. 6144. Gilia = Langloisia matthewsii Gray. Very abundant on the desert this year. Noted all the way from Hesperia to Barstow. Well-developed and often forming low round mound-like plants 8 to 12 in diameter and 1/3 to 1/2 as high. No. 6145. Lepidium fremontii Wats. Abundantly in bloom and fruit this year, the plants 14 to 22 inches high.
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