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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 150 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 150
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Upper Stanislaus River (Middle Fork) Cascade Creek, 6000 ft ----------  No. 6528. Pleuricospora fimbriolata Gray. No. 6529. Acer glabrum Torr. Also found above Kennedy Mdws., frequent but not in colonies. No. 6530. Juncus chlorocephalus Engelm. Stamens 6. Perianth parts 6. Stigmas 3. Bed of mountain streamlet, fed by but not in the water. [Det. confirmed, F.V.C.] No. 6531. Luzula [campestris DC.] [Juncoides campestre Ktze. _?_ group. Det. F.V.C.] [Luzula comosa E. Mey.] Dry pine woods. No. 6531a. Pseudotsuga taxifolia [menziesii (Mirb.) Franco] :::::::::    Tuolumne Co. July 17 [?], 1915 ----------  - "Shorty" Harris is a trapper on the upper waters of the Stanislaus River. He took dinner today with us in our cabin. He says Coyotes range this high or rather that they are resident here as well as below in the foothills. They live on mice, rats, rabbits and such small mammals. I asked him about trapping Coyotes. "Ah, they are mighty smart!" he said, paying the tribute which all honest men pay to the hill wolf. He says it's no use to set traps in the winter. The coyotes cunningly steal the bait, knowing that the springs cannot fully close on account of the freezing weather. He was, however, against the
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