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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 140 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 140
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Strawberry, Tuolumne Co.  5400 ft. ----------  Stems numerous in a cluster. No. 6500. Cryptantha affinis (Gray) Greene. Dry pine woods. No. 6501. Trillium sessile var. angustipetalum Torr. Lower end of wet mdw. No. 6502. Habenaria [dilatata var.] leucostachys Wats. No. 6503. [Deschampsia elongata] Grass. Wet meadow, edge. No. 6504. [Juncus ensifolius Wiks., apparently forms of. Det. F.V.C.] No. 6505. Carex [teneraeformis Mackenzie. Det. K.K.M.] Wet meadow, edge of. ::::::::: July 14, 1915. ----------  No. 6506. Potentilla douglasii Greene. [= Horkelia fusca Lindl.] Stamens 10, filaments strongly dilated, the filaments of the stamens alternate with sepals much broader. Petals white, obovate, truncatish. -- Cow Creek - Black and White Laurel. This is the bane of sheepmen in the Sierras below Sugar Pine. It is the Azalea (Rhododendron occidentalis) and is known to forest rangers as Sheep Laurel. - Prunus emarginata Walp. See no. 13,837.
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