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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 98 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 98
Yankee Hill near Columbia  2500 ft. ----------  transversely oblong, subquadrate or sometimes with a short-acute point; lobes all alike and equal but the lower lip larger than the upper on account of the protruding palate. Folds in throat below with a dense covering of short clavate hairs_. The characteristic pubescence above described applies not only to the herbage but to the calyx. The outside of the corolla tube has only short gland-tipped hairs. Lower pair stamens the longer. ----- _ Also extending over palate. ----- The upper lobes recurve somewhat in the larger spurs. This species seems to vary in size from very small dwarfs ::::::::: June 8, 1915    [Tuolumne Co.] ----------  and correspondingly reduced corollas to large plants with large corollas. Wet banks. No. 6402. Grass. No. 6403. Antennaria. Open pine woods. No. 6404. Fritillaria parviflora Torr. [= F. micrantha Heller] Capsules very truncate at both ends, broader than long, the wings very broad, subentire or toothed. Open pinewoods. No. 6405. Phlox speciosa Pursh. [ssp. occidentalis (Durand) Wherry] Corolla red to lavender, its lobes obcordate; salverform. Tube rather shorter than throat; stamens short, unequal and unequally inserted
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