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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 12 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 12
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Balsa, s.e. of Gilroy ----------  No. 6207. Frankenia grandifolia C. & S. var. campestris Gray. Stamens much exserted. Herbage very dry. No. 6208. Calicornia subterminalis? This is very distinct from the ordinary Salicornia of the Bay region. Joints short, rosary-like. No. 6209. [Crossed out: Centromadia rudis] = Hemizonia punggens (H. & A.) T. & G. Thickets in fields 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 feet high. Prickles very effective, causing one's hands to sting and burn for some time after putting the plants in the press. No. 6210. Atriplex  Bushy-branched, 3 ft. h., roundish. Annual. Branches slender. Sides of bracts roughened [symbol for female] Fls. 4 to 10 in the axils. Glabrous. Leaves narrow- ::::::::: Oct. 14, 1914  [Santa Clara Co.] ----------  ovate. No. 6211. Xanthium strumaria L. var. canadense (Mill.) T. & G. Coyote Creek. ----- - Calochortus pulchellus, amabilis. Common names = Satin Bells, Fairy Lanterns, Kitten's Ears, Golden Lily Bell, Ladies Slippers, Fairy Bells, Diogenes' Lantern. -- Some of these from Mrs. D.O. Hunt, St. Helena. - Cup & Saucer, Mrs. D.O. Hunt - Tribulus terrestris. Reported form Antioch.
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