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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 70 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 70
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Chinese Camp  1300 ft. ----------  No. 6321. Sidalcea hartwegii Gray. [Symbol for female] flowers. These are quite smaller than the [symbol for male] flowers. Both kinds seem to set fruits. No. 6322. Sidalcea hartwegii [symbol for male] flowers. See 6321. I am calling the large flowered state [symbol for male], and the small-fld state [symbol for female], but both have pistils, at least pistils have been observed on both kinds. No. 6323. Cryptanthe flaccida Greene. Dry ground, old placer diggings. No. 6324. Brodiaea grandiflora Smith [elegans Hoover]  Staminodia acute, same length as the stamens. Dry gravelly ground or low moist rich ground. ::::::::: 30 May 1915  [Tuolumne Co.] ----------  No. 6325. Arenaria douglasii Fenzl. Dry soil; old placer diggings. Serpentine. No. 6326. Mimulus luteus [guttatus, DC. Det: A.L.G.] Abundant all thru the region. Also forms great patches in the fields near Rawhide. No. 6327. Godetia [Clarkia] arcuata Jepson. Corolla crimson, a deeper purer more even color than in 6318. Pods deep green, regularly 8-ribbed. Anthers red; stigmas white. Compare no. 6318. Style much longer than the anthers; stigmas long. Calyx turned to one side. Eye of corolla small, deep red. No. 6328. Gilia intertexta Stend. [Navarretia intertexta Hook.] Corolla white.Base of bracts woolly. Wet ground, rich soil.  -over-
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