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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 106 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 106
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Table Mt., near Sonora. 2000 ft. [Tuolumne Co.] ----------  No. 6430. No. 6431. Mimulus [bicolor Benth. Det. A.L.G.] Bilabiate corolla. Upper lip white! lower lip yellow! the latter with purple dots  Upper stamens shorter than lower pair. Stigma large. Palate hairy. Wet places No. 6432. Delphinium hanseni var. arcuatum. Fls. deep, almost black-purple. Patch of hairs on lower petals a white tuft in centre. No. 6433. Godetia [Clarkia] biloba Wats. Fls. pale or pink, turning crimson in the press in a few hours ::::::::: June 9, 1915 ----------  No. 6434. Lonicera subspicata  Climbing over shrubs to a height of 8 ft. Flowers yellow. ---------- - Sierra Nevada first foothills. -- As you leave Oakdale you soon come east, to sterile clay plains succeeded by low rolling bad hills quite desolate and treeless. Then there is an intervale, not fertile but less sterile and still treeless, succeeded by the real foothills which are covered with the characteristic open growth of Quercus douglasii and nothing but Quercus douglasii! It is a pretty close growth for the species. As one travels on thru the foothills you see much reproduction of the species. The new growth in spots is dense like a thicket. I have never before noticed so close young growth.    After a while, just below, one mile, Chinese Camp, the Pinus Sabiniana comes in "all of a sudden", rather and is mixed with Blue Oak. Ceanothus cuneatus comes in and is prominent at Chinese Camp.
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