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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 80 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 80
Columbia, 2200 [?] ft  Tuolumne Co. ----------  No. 6349. Brodiaea [= Tritelia] laxa Wats. Clay flats and wooded hillsides. Umbels (3) 6 to 12 or 33-flowered. No. 6350. Caucalis nodosa Huds. (Torilis nodosa Gaertn.) No. 6350a. Brodiaea grandiflora Sm. No. 6351. Sisyrinchium bellum Wats. Meadow, clay flats. Cont. [No. 6348. "The most beautiful shade of pink there is" -- Dr. Helen Gilkey. See p. 79.] No. 6352. Mimulus bolanderi Gray. Flowers on older shoots mostly in pairs at the nodes. Corolla most beautiful crimson. Corolla 1 1/2 in. long. Upper lobes largest, lateral of lower lip smaller, middle of lower lip smallest, but lobes not unequal in the extreme sense, i.e. cor. is subregular at a glance. Tube of cor. very slender; throat campanulate, as long as tube. Lobes cor. spreading. Channel betw. folds of lower side of throat = white marked. Cont. p. 102. ::::::::: June 2, 1915 ----------  - Hereabouts at the Grant Ranch on N. Gulch (an old mining locality) is a forest composed of the following species: Pinus sabiniana Pinus ponderosa (lower limits) Quercus douglasii (upper  "  ) Quercus chrysolepis Aesculus californica (in full bloom) Quercus lobata, in flats An occasional Sugar Pine is seen as at Sawmill Flat. The chaparral is extensive on certain slopes.    The following herbaceous species are common: Artemisia heterophylla Anthemis cotula Cont. on p. 93.
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