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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 6 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 6
Sonoma Valley ----------  No. 6189. Pickeringia montana Nutt. Rather freely flowering on the Pipe-line Trail just above Mill Valley. ----- - Went to Boye's Sta., Sonoma Valley to look up my marked Eschscholzia. See p. 2 of vol. 30. But all my work was for naught. The side of the track had been burned by the railroad co. and plowed a little.    Took a walk into the hills east side of the valley. No. 6190. Centaurea solstitialis L. Abundant in the hay fields. No. 6191. Nicotiana attenuata Torr. In stream bed & near it along r.r. track, 3 to 4 ft. h. (See p. 7) No. 6192. Arctostaphylos  Stout shrubs 8 to 14 feet high, with the habit ::::::::: Sept. 19, 1914          [Sonoma Co.] ----------  of A. manzanita. The leaf aspect rather that of A. glandulosa. Agua Caliente. No. 6193. Zauschneria californica Presl  In the hills above Agua Caliente.    The day was hot, stifling, but from along the ridges one obtained pleasant views of the valley below and of its scattered villages. - Dipsacus fullonum is common along the railroad. - Cont. from no. 6191, p. 6. = Nicotiana acuminata Hook. ----- - discarded  No. 6194. Holodiscus discolor  Fruiting branchlets. Oakland Hills, Sept. 5, 1914.    Trip, Bot. 104, to Moraga Ridge via Redwood Peak. Professor Mulford, Professor Pratt came along as guests.
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