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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 68 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 68
Chinese Camp, 1300 ft. ----------  of the flower, the sixth stamen standing opposite. Perianth segs. showing a certain correlation with this arrangement. On Serpentine. No. 6313. Sidalcea [hartwegii Gray]  Dry ground, gravelly clay. No. 6314. [Gilia] pubescens Stend. Dry ground, gravelly clay. = Navarretia pubescens H. & A. No. 6315. Lupinus microcarpus Sims. var. densiflorus Jepson. [L. densiflorus]  Flowers white  Dry ground, gravelly soil. No. 6316. Eschscholtzia californica Cham. This is perennial. It grows abundantly on the old placer diggings. At first glance it seems different from the plant of Vacaville or Berkeley but it is now in a transition ::::::::: 30 May 1915    [Tuolumne Co.] ----------  state from the orange to the straw-yellow, the "eye" being orange. It may be a little more slender than in the Vacaville plants. No. 6317. Lythrum hyssopifolia L. Annual; moist bed of vernal pool. Calyx-teeth 5 or 6, with minute intervening or alternating processes. No. 6318. Godetia williamsonii (D. & H.) Wats. [Clarkia viminea]  Calyx-lobes reflexed in pairs. Flowers large, pale crimson-purple, blotched, but not very definitely or regularly marked. Stigma purple; anthers white. Dry ground, good soil. No. 6319. Eryngium castrense Jepson  Bed of vernal pool. No. 6320. Gilia tricolor Bth. var. longipedicellata Greenm. [?]  Reduced state of G. tricolor?
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