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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 190 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 190
Berkeley - Rhododendron occidentale. "On Del Norte coast at St. George's Sound, on the plains outside the forest belt, grows a low pink-flowered Rhod. which looks  different from  the ordinary Rhod. occid. It is called by the children there, Red Honeysuckle. - Miss C.M. Hoak,  Aug.  1, 1914. - Miss Hoak asked what I  desired from  Los Angeles.  Practically everything that grows there, said  I.  It is an interesting region.  "That is the flora which Abram did up" said she.  Then she added with a smile: It is the flora which did up Abrams.  There are acout 100 to 150 common things which we all knew that are not in the book.  It is maddening to use." :::::::::  July, 1914. - Arctostaphylos viscida Parry, Rough & Ready, Nevada Co. Jepson , ovary glabrous. A. mariposa Parry. Ovary upper portion,  densely covered with short very glandular hairs. - Spms. [specimens] by Congdon from Mariposa. - Trillium ovatum.  In a coll. of plants from Miss Margaret Armstrong and marked "Big Trees." Later note  = prob. Felton!! - Newman E. Hoak.  Took  H.N. Bolander around to locate  rare spms. when he first  came to Mendocino Co. "He was a born naturalist altho' withoug college education" - Miss Charlotte Hoak, his daughter, July 31, 1914.
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