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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 36 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 36
Conn Valley, Napa Range ----------  No. 6244. Trifolium amplectens var. stenophyllum Jepson [= T. amplectens var. truncatum] Conn Valley. No. 6245. Achryachaena mollis  Conn Valley flat. No. 6246. Baeria  Conn Valley hillsides amongst oaks, forming "the Persian carpet" of small annuals of uniform height, including Gilia (Linanthus) parviflora, Micropus, etc. No. 6247. Baccharis viminea D.C. [symbol for male] fls. with campulate throat to corolla, ovary 1/4 length of ovary in fertile flower; pappus bristles longer and more numerous than in fertile flower and with a short double bend at end or tip of pappus bristle. Corolla in [symbol for female] fl. thread-like, no limb or border.  [arrow pointing to lower part of p. 37] ::::::::: Apr. 23, 1915  [Napa Co.] ----------  No. 6248. [Melica californica Scribn.] Grass on dry hillslope. No. 6249. Erodium Botrys. Stem ascending or half-erect! in grassy mdw. No. 6250. Allium falcifolium H. & A. On rocky rift on hillside in Conn Valley. Segments per. lanceolate, 7 lines long, deep purple. Ovary 3-lobed, -- over ----- Baccharis viminea cont. from bottom prev. p. The bristles of [symbol for male] fl = circa 28 bristles, [symbol for female] circa 23 bristles. The latter more slender & shorter at flowering time! There is an abundance of this is Conn Creek from the Napa Valley floor to Conn Valley.
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