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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 8 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 8
Coyote, 59 ft.  Balsa. 50 ft. = see bottom p. 10. ----------  No. 6195. Zauschneria californica Presl. var. villosa Jepson. Hill back of Hotel Claremont.  Berkeley, Oct. 13, 1914. ----- - Went to Coyote Creek with Mrs. J.B. Smith, Mrs. Norman Kelley and Mrs. Smith's sister. Heinze the chaffeur steered us swiftly over the roads and we made 170 miles. Botanized in the river bed, afterwards going on down to the Balsa, the great alkaline flat s. easterly from Gilroy. No. 6195a. Mimetanthe pilosa (Benth.) Greene. Det. A.L.G. Middle lobe lower lip smaller than the lateral, marked laterally with a purple spot, the throat with 3 or 4 sets of stiff hairs standing erectly as if closing tube except on upper side. They arise perpend- ::::::::: Oct. 14, 1914. ----------  icularly from intervals of lobes, but not on upper side. -- River bed. No. 6196. Aphyllon fruticola Jepson. Calyx-lobes subulate, nearly as long as corolla. Corolla whitish, brownish-tinged or -tinted and -veined. Corolla lobes ovate, abruptly acuminate. Anthers slightly woolly. Folds 2 in cor. throat, yellowish, truncate at sinuses of lower lip. Stamens inserted near half-way of cor. tube. -- On Baccharis douglasii, river bed. Very glandular! -Mentha canadensis. Mrs. J.B. Smith says that she found plants here with long drooping branches which took root. No. 6197. Petunia parviflora Juss. Perfectly prostrate. River bed. Cor. lobes equal, broad and
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