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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 152 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 152
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Kennedy Meadows_  6300 ft East Fork Relief Creek on Middle Fork Stanislaus R. ----------  Coyote, following the prejudice of all hunters. The Coyote, according to his story, had gotten ahead of him many times, ruining his fox skins, etc. and causing him money loss. My next book, I think I shall dedicate to him, thusly: Dedicated to the Coyote Long Afore-time [?] Tenant of the Chaparral who meets the cunning of traps with superior cunning, who distances vain pursuit with qualities of skill and speed, and who answers the White Man's boasting with howls of contempt or derision. ----- _ By reason of the altitude given this must be Lower Kennedy Mdw. of Forest Service Map (Stanislaus For.). -- W.L.J., 1932. ::::::::: Tuolumne Co.  21 July 1915. ----------  Trees at this place: Pinus jeffreyi Abies concolor Populus tremuloides Populus trichocarpa  The two poplars are often near each other.  High Chaparral above us: Arctostaphylos patula Quercus vaccinifolia (not very typical but abundant) Ceanothus
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