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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 188 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 188
Berkeley - Teratology.  Orthocarpus floribundus.  Instead of 3 sacs each corolla in half the fls. have 4 sacs.  Berkeley 1907. - Trifolium barbigerum.  Berkeley, 3 May 1890. E.L. Greene. - Yerba del Golpe.  See Sanford in letter file, 1908. - Chu chu Pati. = Wyethia sp. See p. 202. See Sanford in file, 1908. - "Bull-clover used by Indians as food" - Davy. = ? Trifolium tridentatum. - Arctostaphylos. "Decoction of the leaves used by the Indians and by white ranchers with great success in cases of dysentery. The tea is exceedingly bitter and astringent." - J.B. Davy - Artemisia vulgaris.  Much used as poultices for relieving pain; used by women in childbirth. J.B. Davy. :::::::::  1914-1916 - Puppus, Dr. cf.  Miss Walker in litt.  July, 1914. - Fremont in S. Cal. - cf. Parish, Muhl. 4:57. - "Panoche" of the settlers. Sugar made from an exudation on surface of a California sp. of reed. - Am. J. Sci. Ser. 2,  vol. 22, p. 6.  See also Sugar of Sugar Pine. - Pinite or Pine Sugar, sap of Pinus Lambertiana, as sweet as cane sugar, forms hard white crystalline nodules, very soluble in water, nearly insoluble in alcohol, not fermentable - Johnson, [Cycl.?] 4:622 - Tule made  into "neatly woven mats by the Indians of California - Am.  J. Sci., ser.2, vol. 22: p. 6. = Scirpus lacustris var. occidentalis.
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