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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 146 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 146
Upper Stanislaus River, Middle Fork  Tuolumne Co. ----------  No. 6526. Gilia leptalea Greene [ssp. leptalea] Dwarf plants by the million making purple aisles in the forest. Corolla limb lavender-purple. Stamens unequal, somewhat exserted from throat. Throat whitish  Sandy ground. -- Cascade Creek  6000 ft. No. 6527. Corallorhiza multiflora Nutt [= C. maculata Raf.] Petals and sepals alike, brownish, subapproximate on upper side of flower. Lip with a notch or tooth on each side towards base, the lobes being turned up on the sides of the main lobe like a water-run box. Middle or main lobe crenulate edged at apex, with 2 sharp ridges in middle. :::::::::  July 17, 1915 ----------  toward base. Lip white, with light purple dots. Lower sepals prolonged at base into a short adnate spur. -- Cedar Creek (= C. maculata Raf.) - From Strawberry to Cow Creek is five miles. About Strawberry the country is dull and rather uninteresting country for Sierra country, that is forested slopes, covered with Yellow Pine and White Fir. Near and at Cow Creek is a little plateau-flat which is pretty. As one goes on toward the main Stanislaus River the country gradually becomes wilder and more interesting, as along the Patterson Grade. Far below one
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