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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 48 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 48
Columbia.      2200 ft [Tuolumne Co.] ----------  No. 6280. Lathyrus sulphureus Brew. Flowers 12 to 15 in a rather close raceme. The species is remarkable not for, so to speak, its small flowers, because they are not small [save as?] the shortness of the banner makes them small. The banner does not exceed, or scarcely, the wings & keel. The free portion, i.e. the exserted portion, of the keel, is bulged or rounded a good deal and very blunt, its point very much inturned. Banner white, pink-veined in middle  Keel & wings yellowish-white, the whole flower soon sordid, very soon, so that the raceme of flowers is most con- ::::::::: May 28, 1915. ----------  spicuous for its sordidness. The corolla parts are perfectly glabrous! The 3 lower calyx-teeth are slender, the 2 upper very short and turned in towards each other. Banner at most retuse or scarcely so. See p. 78. No. 6280A. Lathyrus [Jepsonii ssp. californicus] Raceme few-flowered. Corolla with large banner exceeding wings and keel. The keel is more pointed than in 6280. Corolla does not turn sordid quite so quickly as in 6280  Banner notched, suffused with pink & veined. Keel wings white! See 6344. No. 6280 Brodiaea [Tritelia] hyacinthinea  Flowers pure white. Stamens with triangular-dilated bases, all alike. In the ovary there is a gap or space empty of ovules at the
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