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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 104 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 104
Table Mountain  2000 ft., near Sonora. ----------  No. 6421. Sidalcea hirsuta Gray. Petals erect! each one reduplicate so that in cross horizontal section one would have five [see image for drawing] in a circle with the points toward the centre. The "pistillate" flowers have smaller corollas than the "staminate". No. 6422. Gratiola ebracteata Benth  Corolla white, obscurely 2-lipped, 5-lobed. I see only one stamen on throat or tube of corolla dissected. See below. Style included. Stigmas 2. Ovary 2-celled with large placentae and numerous ovules. Stamens 2! very short, half as long as the style and inserted midway of the cor. tube. Calyx :::::::::  June 9, 1915, 2000 ft. ----------  lobes nearly or quite distinct. Pool beds. Lobes cor. notched (?). No. 6423. Trifolium ciliatum [Bth.] Nutt. [=T. ciliolatum Benth] Dry hills. No. 6424. Eschscholtzia lobbii Greene. No. 6425. [Juncus] [J. bufonius L.] Pool beds. No. 6426. Erythraea muhlenbergii Griseb. = Centaurium floribundum (Bth) Rob. (!) No. 6427. Sedum pumilum Bth. [= Parvisedum] Rocky table. (Sedella pumila Britt. & Rose.) No. 6428. Microseris [Hypochaeris glabra] Chinks of rocks No. 6429. Mimulus lutens. [M. guttatus DC. var. microphyllus Grant Det. A.L.G.] Mimiature plants which look like a distinct species! but positively are not! = M. guttatus DC. Det. W.L.J.
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