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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 126 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 126
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Cold Spr., Tuolumne Co. 5700 ft. (betw. Stoddard Sprs. and Pine Crest.) ----------  point of Bald Mt. one mile west of Cold Spring. The best term for the faded rays is bronze. No. 6459  Rays golden-yellow, 11. With 6458. No. 6460. Peucedanum macrocarpum Nutt. With 6458. No. 6461. Eriogonum [prattenianum Durand] Flowers white, stamens very prominent. With 6458. No. 6462. Eriogonum [prattenianum Dur.] Flowers greenish white, the heads less prominent than in 6461. Stamens not so noticeable. Vegetatively, in habit and in every respect :::::::::  July 10, 1915 ----------  except the flowers, these two [?] 6462 and 6461 are alike. Grew side by side in the field, on a rocky lava point, and suggested being merely sexual forms of one and the same thing. With 6458. No. 6463. Cotyledon laxa var. nevadensis Jepson  Flowers red-brown, with [pink] a yellowish cast. With 6458. No. 6464. Hieracium [Crepis occidentalis] With 6458. No. 6465. Gilia gilioides (Bth.) Greene var. volcanica (Brand) Jepson & Hoover. [Allophyllum divaricatum] With 6458. No. 6466. Ranunculus [bongardii Greene var. latens Jeps.] With 6458.
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