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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 34 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 34
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St. Helena, hills east. ----------  - Aristolochia californica. Blooms 2 weeks in March, that is all, says Mrs. D.O. Hunt. She says grubs take the young fruits and that mature capsules are rarely seen. - Ranunculus rattani east of St. Helena. Petals 5, perhaps as often 5 to 10. Achenes commonly glabrous. - Euphorbia dictyosperma = Chinese Caps acc Hilda Hurleman. But Chinese Caps are Montia perfoliata plants acc. Mary Pond. - Leptotaenia californica, roots gathered by the Chinese for medicinal purposes say the :::::::::    Apr. 23, 1915 ----------  people I met at Rutherford Grange.  No. 6239. Rhus diversiloba T. & G. Climbing. No. 6240. Platystemon californicus Bth. Yellow tips to the petals. No. 6241. Lupinus nanus Dougl. Det. C.P.S. White of the banner very clear or pure and in contrast to the blue. White fades to purple-tinted on drying. No. 6242. Carex [tumulicola Mackenzie Det. KKM.] Base of foothills. No. 6243. Trifolium dichotomum H. & A. Common on the hillsides & flats of Conn Valley.
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