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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 164 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 164
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Sonora Pass, 9624 ft. alt. Tuolumne Co. ----------  No. 6574. Phlox douglasii Hook. [diffusa Benth.] Corolla white, fading pinkish-lavender on drying. = Var. diffusa Gray. Sonora Pass. No. 6575. Calyptridium [Spraguea umbellata Torr.] Flowers pink-red. Sonora Pass No. 6576. Helenium Hoopesii Gray. A fine-flowered Composite, its clumps making fine spots of color in and about Blue Canon near Sonora Peak. No. 6577. Ribes monticola MCl. Summit Sierra Nevada = Sonora Pass. = R. montigenum McCl. No. 6578. Carex [straminiformis Bailey Det. K.K.M.] Sonora Pass at summit. ::::::::: 26 July 1915. ----------  No. 6579. Lappula floribunda Greene. Deadman Creek, near Sonora Pass. c. 9000 ft. No. 6580. Rosa woodsii Lindl. var. ultramontana Jepson. [pisocarpa Gray var. gratissima] Deadman Creek, near Sonora Pass. - Geo. Grant says that Frederick Funston waded across the river when capturing Aguinaldo. Grant was with the regular U.S. Army and his remark was apropos of some comment of mine regarding Funston as a botanical collector on the Death Valley Expedition.
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