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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 154 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 154
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Kennedy Meadow, East Fork Relief Creek on Middle Fork Stanislaus River. 6300 ft. ----------  No. 6532. Aquilegia [formosa var truncata] No. 6533. Aster [Erigeron coulteri Porter] Rays white No. 6534. Lupinus confertus var._  Stems ascending, many from the base. _ Det. C.P.S.    This is certainly Lupinus torreyi Gray, that is, L. aridus Dougl. var. torreyi (C.P. Sm.). There is every gradation, in the central Sierras, from this tall long-peduncled form to abbreviated or condensed states. -- W.L.J., 6-15-31. See p. 155. No. 6535. Thalictrum No. 6536. [Elymus glaucus Buckl.] Grass ::::::::: Tuolumne Co.  July 21, 1915. ----------  No. 6537. Helenium hoopesii Gray. Rays 16, 16, 14 No. 6538. Trifolium monanthum Gray No. 6539. Geranium richardsonii F. & T. Flowers white. ----- Cont. from p. 154. But it is not typical L. torreyi because the proper stems are too long!! ----- No. 6540. Potentilla gracilis Dougl. var. hallii Wolf.
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