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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 130 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 130
Trail to Belle Mdw. Tuolumne Co. 6500 ft ----------  No. 6470. Allium Bidwelliae Wats. [= A. campanulatum Wats.] Sandy ridge No. 6471. Calochortus nuttallii T. & G. [leichtlinii Hook.] Petals white with yellow base and purple-brown eye-spot above gland. Gland small circular or nearly so, consisting of a dense mass of hairs and surrounded by a narrow area of scattered hairs which are longer. Gland and the hairs of which it is composed yellow or gold-yellow. Sandy ridges in open Yellow Pine-White Fir forest. (= C. leichtlinii, not C. nuttallii!). No. 6472. Potentilla tridentata (Torr.) Jepson = P. congesta Baill. var. tilingii Jepson [= Horkelia tridentata Torr.] No. 6473. Allium ::::::::: July 12, 1915 ----------  No. 6474. Ceanothus cordulatus Kell. Very spiny shrub, the branchlets truly spinose. When leaves all eaten off a shrub, then the spiny character shows up, the shrub revealing an intricate mass of spiny branchlets. Flowering specimens are likely not to give a good idea of the spininess. No. 6475. Galium  Prob. perennial. Corolla white, 4 or 3-parted, even in same cluster. Moist marshy place under Populus tremuloides. Rare. No. 6476. Galium  Annual. Common. No. 6477. Sagina apetala [Ard.] Corolla whitish; [?] translucent char.  over
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