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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 186 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 186
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Barstow ----------  Bernardino paper, (Daily Sun) 16 Dec. 1915 -- says that this shrub is to be the source of raw material for a new and large manufactory of chewing gum, -- at Phoenix; and another plant at Goldfield. Nothing is said about the part of the plant employed. - Marrow-fat Weed? A plant of the Mohave mentioned by Mary Austin, The Flock, p. 79. - Bitter-brush? Eastward in the desert "where the sage gives place to the bitter-brush", p. 96. l.c._. - Holodiscus discolor var.    of the high Sierras is a browse for sheep. - "Taboose". Eaten by gophers, p. 160, l.c. ----- _ She also speaks of it as if occuring near the Alabama Hills, l.c. p. 156. See next page. ::::::::: 20 December 1915 ----------  - Cont. from prev. page. Bitter-brush = Purshia tridentata which is the proper equivalent, or the usual, I should say. - Coyote. His intelligence in planning an attack. Austin, The Flock, p. 180, top of page. - Last Sunday a party from the ranch drove up onto the mesa and into the hills in search of Desert Holly. We turned to the left off the main road this side first summit on the road Coolgardie Diggings and went on our way to the Walkover Mine. Passing over a
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