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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 50 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 50
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Columbia        2200 ft. ----------  very base, exactly similar to the space in the case of Brodiaea volubilis. There is also an obvious stipe, more obvious a little than in my drawing. Pistil: Brodiaea hyacinthinea. [See image for drawing.] No. 6282. Valerianella (Plectritis) Corolla nearly pure white. Fruit quite glabrous save for a slight ciliation on margin of wings. Shady woods. P. macrocera T. & G. var. magna Jepson. - Horses love Poison Oak browse. They are exceedingly fond of it. They like it so much that they browse the bare shoots in the winter. Mrs. Wm. Grant. ::::::::: May 28, 1915. ----------  - Coyotes. Last night they made their music in great force about 11 o'clock. The dogs on the ranch are afraid of them. Individual for individual the coyote will lick a dog every time, except a bloodhound. Mr. Geo. Grant says a coyote will kill a dog every chance. No. 6283. Vicia americana Muhl. Flowers light purple, the keel whitish. Banner notched. - Live Oak (Quercus wislizenii) is the preferred wood for fuel here. Maul Oak is very tough and hard to work and is passed by for this reason. Manzanita
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