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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 178 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 178
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Howell Mt. ----------  - Ceanothus Jepsonii Greene. Killed outright by fire. - Pickeringia montana. I uprooted with my hands a large plant (5 ft. h.) and threw it bodily out of the trail, the trail to Adam and Eve. Its roots were large, but the feat was possible because of their being surface ones. The plant stood on a rocky shelf. - Adenostoma fasciculatum cont. from p. 177. "Bulbs" 1/3 below ground, 2/3 above in the average. Bulbs 2 to 6 inches diameter as I find them here. ::::::::: 5 Dec. 1915. ----------  No. 6581. Adenostoma fasciculatum. Sterile or vegetative branchlets of the season. The primary leaves on the stems lose their blades very promptly, or at least few are to be found now except at the very top of the stem, the tiptop or youngest growth. The stipules do not disappear but they brown and lose their form and are not easily recognizable as stipules. - Eden Trail No. 6582. (Same as _6583 and discarded) Cercocarpus parvifolius. The leaves are uniformly small -- at this time of year perhaps the larger leaves are gone -- but they are small as represented by the specimens. I fancy the diagnosis in Fl. needs correcting.
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