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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 10 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 10
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Coyote Creek__, Balsa_ [See also p. 32a (?)] ----------  very shortly apiculate, the upper lip with a white distended circular spot, i.e., in relief from below. Cor. purplish blue. -- River bed. No. 6198. Mentzelia laevicaulis T. & G. River bed. Plants 2 to 4 ft. h. Cor. straw-yellow, the stamens yellow (canary). No. 6199. Eriogonum gracile  Fls. nearly white. River bed No. 6200. Baccharis douglasii DC. Rivulet bed. No. 6201. Chenopodium murale. Herbage very dark  Roadside ----- _ = near Hollister. __ S. of San Jose. ::::::::: Oct. 14, 1914. [Santa Clara Co.] ----------  No. 6202. Artemisia biennis Willd. Heavily and rather strongly odorous! Stream bed, Coyote. No. 6203. Lotus americanus Bisch. = L. purshianus  Coyote. No. 6204. Amaranthus [palmeri Wats.] No. 6205. Lepidium latipes Hook. Alkaline flats of the Balsa. Tap roots with roundish tubercles 1 to 2 lines in diameter! Stem mostly simple or with 1 or 2 short supplementary branches from base, all contorted flat on ground. No. 6206. Salicornia  Balsa.
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