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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 46 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 46
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Vacaville, Apr. 29, 1915. ----------  between the r.r. track and the wagon road. The marked plants are all on the portion of the ridge midway between the two poles, so: [See image for drawing.] All the plants marked were large profusely flowering plants except one which was a young plant having in anthesis a single fl. It was single-stemmed, tall & thrifty [?] but young. I put a bow-knot into the wire which marked it. ::::::::: Berkeley, Apr. 28, 1915 ----------  No. 6279. Rhus diversiloba [symbol for male] mostly. The staminate shrubs shed their entire inflorescences rather promptly  I went back to the [symbol for male] shrubs about ten days after making specimens and they had largely thrown off their inflorescences. The pistillate shrubs set their fruits very soon and it is obvious that they are pistillate.  Columbia, May 28, 1915 ----------  - Came to Columbia at the Grant Ranch from Sonora where where we arrived by train from Berkeley. Dr. Gilkey came up with me to make drawings
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