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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 200 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 200
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Colorado Desert Table of Distances Summit of Cottonwood Range: To Pi_on Mill 13 miles " 29 Palms 12 miles " Cottonwood Spr. 30 miles Warrens Well to 29 Palms 27 mi "" to Shay's Well 6 " Rabbit Springs to Old Woman Sprs [Springs] 27 "  Pi_on Well to Indio, 28 mi. Palm Springs to Whitewater, 11 mi Palm Springs to Banning, 25 "  - Cooper, Dr. J.G. Lycium cooperi Gray, Proc. Am. Acad. 7:388 - East Slope of Providence Mts. Audibertia capitata, Gray, [l.r.?] 387, summit of Providence Mts.,  May 1881, Dr. J.G. Cooper :::::::::    May, 1914 Subjects for Students - Introduction of Brassica into California, its spread, economic status,  habits,response to rains - Carruth's Monotropa from Mendocino Co.  Camera record. Spool No. 4. No. 1. Prosopis juliflora building a sand dune - single plant. No. 2. Washingtonia filifera. No. 3.  Straight line of them at head of wash canon east of no 2. No. 4. Unburned pair of Washingtonia flanked by older trees 45 & 50 ft. h. Nos. 5 & 6. Thousand Palm Canon, trees 40 to 55 ft. h.  No. 7. Ditto. No. 8. Do at upper grove. No. 9. Burnt ones. No. Palms  at Willis settlement.
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