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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 194 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 194
Bay Farm Island  No. 6152. Cordylanthus maritimus Nutt.  Alameda marshes. Filaments slightly pubescent under  a lens, the lower part a little clavate-dilate at apex.  Sepal slightly notched at apex.  Tetragonia expansa Stamens 16; styles 5 " 16; styles 5 " 14; " 5  No. 6153. Gnaphalium In Salicornia salt-marsh of Bay Farm Isld, where the deep cracks in soil are in summer time. No. 6154. Plantgo maritima L. Alameda. :::::::::  Alameda Co. June 13, 1914. No. 6155. Parapholis incurva (L.)C.F. Hubb. incurvatus Trin. Salicornia marsh, Bay Farm Isld. -Excursion of Cal. Bot. Soc. this day to Bay Farm Isl'd. Several of us were discussing Chamaebatia foliolosa.  One woman member complaind of its stickiness, ruining dresses on walking thro' it.  Mrs. Cunningham, I think it was, said that in the central Sierras, (?about Summit), it is called Mountain Misery. - Howell, Thos. J. has an article in Pop. Sci. Mo. [Popular Science Monthly]  on N. Am. [North American] Flora (cf. Bot. Gaz. [Botanical Gazette] 8:285 for reference.) - Eisen, Gustav, collaborator, U.S. Bur. Pl. Ind. [Bureau Plant Industry] (Foreign Seed and Plant Introduction) in 1914. - Lemmon, Mrs. J.G., said to be unbalanced at intervals and in charge of a care-taker acc. Mrs. Debeer, June 1914.
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