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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 22 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 22
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Cedar Mt. Alameda Co.  3000 ft. ----------  No. 6221. Monardella  Cedar Mt. No. 6222. Cupressus sargentii - Drove to Cedar Mt. from Oakland with Mrs. J.B. Smith and Mrs. Norman Kelly, members of the California Botanical Society. Went up the Arroyo Mocho to Mendenhall Springs; walked up the canon and then up the hillslope to the crest leading to Cedar Mt. The country of the Cyupresses is the northerly slope of the mountain forming a sort of hollow cut by deep canons below the semicircular crest. ::::::::: Nov. 13, 1914 ----------  The Cypresses form the main stand in this area, the chaparral being a feature in this stand which is not dense. The chaparral consists mainly of Arctostaphylos glauca which is very conspicuous. There is also Ceanothus cuneatus a little, Cercocarpus parvifolius  "  " ["a little"], Ceanothus divaricatus, the leaves on different shrubs of very unequal size but small in any case, and Quercus durata.    There was little time to study the place going from Oakland and back to Oakland the same evening. Late in the afternoon we started to walk back from the top of mountain to Mendenhall Sprs.
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