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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 118 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 118
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Columbia. 2200 ft. [Tuolumne Co.] ----------  No. 6443. Anthemis cotula  abundant on ground that has been disturbed by the plow, harrow or feet of animals. - "Wally-Basket", folk name for Brodiaea grandiflora at Sonora acc. Mary Kleinecker. A "wally" is the burden basket of the Indians hereabouts and is a perfectly delightful folk name. - "Five-Spots" -- folk name, obtained at Calaveras Big Trees", for Nemophila maculata. Given to Mrs. A.L. Grant by a man from ? Modesto. - Eriodictyon glutinosum Bth. Often makes pure spots by "burns" the new plants being both ::::::::: July 2, 1915 ----------  from stumps of the burned plants and from seed! The seedlings were numerous. No. 6444. Hypericum perforatum L., not Scouleri Hook. Petals narrow-obovate, edges incurving in such a way as to make the petal appear oblong. Stamens about 45, clearly dispersed in 3 sets, the sets separated by intervals. Dry grassy hills, always occuring in colonies  Styles 3, distinct, strongly divergent. No. 6445. Potamogeton [foliosus Raf]  Pond, N. Gulch. No. 6446. Eriodictyon glutinosum. Seedlings and single leaves from seedlings = 6447 - over
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