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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 176 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 176
Barstow No. 6146. Oenothera primiveris Gray; not caespitosa Nutt. Petals clear yellow, obcordate. Stigmas slender, rotately spreading. Ovary 1/4 length of calyx-tube. Sandy washes. No. 6147. Verbena goodingiii Briq. No. 6148. Lycium pallidum Miers. Leaves large and fleshy. Stems  spreading or ascending. Berries large (to 5 lines diam.), globose, or a little depressed-globose, slightly yellowish, the berries light-colored. No. 6149. Gilia virgata Stend. var. Low or mound-like roundish plants. Camped last night some five  miles northerly from Oro Grande.  Went on today to Barstow, a long ride over country that is familiar as to  vegetation. :::::::::  May 30, 1914. - S.B. Parish says: "If you go to La Jolla call on the Misses Scripps.  They have commissioned Valentine to make paintings of the wild flowers of S. Calif.  He has  done at least 500 now.  He is  a very careful  worker and the results are very accurate." - Gilia aurea Nutt. No. 6143. Cont. from p 175. Cor. [corolla] lobes elliptic.  Throat funnelform above the short tube.  Throat orange-yellow above a black base, the tube whitish. Cor. clear yellow. Stamens  inserted  at sinuses of cor. at summit of throat.
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