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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 180 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 180
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Howell Mt. ----------  No. 6583. Cercocarpus parvifolius. Taken because the foliage showed a different color hue. This individual and that of preceding number stood near together. All the individuals in this patch are indubitably of one species. = C. beutloides [sic] Nutt. No. 6584. Adenostoma fasciculatum H. & A. Seedlings in burned over chaparral. Five years since fire. None, I think, showed juvenile leaf forms. No. 6585. Ceanothus foliosus [Parry] Seedlings. No. 6586. Arctostaphylos Stanfordiana [Parry]. Seedlings  See no. 33, p. 1. :::::::::  6 December, 1915  Napa Co. ----------  No. 6587. Rhamnus crocea Nutt. In brush trailing stems, slender, pliable or partly upright. Condition apparently due to shading. Fifty feet away from the above form is a little colony, not overtopped by other chaparral, which is rigidly upright but the stems are not thick and do not compare with the heavy rigid stems of the var. ilicifolius. The plants are 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 feet high. I have numbered this stiff erect form as: -- No. 6588  Rhamnus crocea [typica] see note under preced. number. No. 6589. Ceanothus Jepsonii Greene. Seedling in "burns."
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