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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 66 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 66
Chinese Camp, 1300 ft.    [Tuolumne Co.] ----------  No. 6309. Delphinium Hansenii Greene  Flowers dark purple with so much red, in many cases, that they might sometimes be called dark red. Jimtown (= Jamestown). Rocky ledge No. 6310. Scutellaria angustifolia Pursh. [siphocampyloides]  Jimtown. Rocky ledge. No. 6311. Githopsis  Chinese Camp  Corolla campanulate, its margin light purple, its eye white. Stamens with very short fils; fils. dilated, the margins ciliate. Style (a) cylindric-clavate, upper half rough stigmatic, or (b) slender and smooth with 3 short spreading branches. The form "a" was not found with spreading stigmas. The stigmas remain closed so far as observed, and a good many were noticed. The form "b" has, always, spreading ::::::::: 30 May 1915 ----------  stigmas. The corolla is broadly (sometimes narrowly) funnelform. I was much impressed by the "broad-open" character of the corolla. One hesitates not to say these are of the Campanulaceae. I never saw a Githopsis before that looked the part of its family. The number of parts in the corolla vary from 6 to 7, as departures from the regular 5. The departures were not uncommon. No. 6312. Odontostomum hartwegi Torr  Dry ground. Chinese Camp. Perianth dull white, its segments all reflexed, the scales and stamens inserted in the short open throat. 5 stamens curved in such a way as to be approximate on the upper side
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