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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 10 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 10
No. 5 d. Cuscuta californica Choisy var. brachycalyx  Yun. Little Oak, Vacaville, Solano Co., Sept. 1892. No. 5 e. Croton californicus Mull. Arg. Mt. Lake, S.F., 20  Aug. 1891. No. 5 f. Amelanchier alnifolia Nutt. var. subintegra Jepson [pallida Greene]  Berkeley, 18 May 1891. No. 5 g. Thysanocarpus elegans F. & M. Mt. Diablo, 24  May, '91. No. 5 h. T. emarginatus Greene. [= T. Lasiniatus Nutt.]  Mt. Diablo, May, '91. No. 5 i. Arabis blepharophylla H. & A. San Bruno Hills,  Apr. 4, 1891. No. 5 j. Dentaria integrifolia Nutt. [= D. californica Nutt.]  Mill Valley, 29 Mar. '91. No. 5 k. Raphanus sativus L. Vacaville, June 10, 1884. No. 5 l. See p. 158 No. 5 m. See p. 163.    :::::::::    Weldon Canyon [Mix Canyon], Vaca Mountains  - Was a lovely place to botanize as a lad.  It was utterly wild; no habitations down to the bottom.  On May 19, 1884, I rode from Little Oak into Weldon Canyon.  I saw and collected for the first time the Crimson Sage [Hummingbird Sage], Audibertia grandiflora [Salvia spathacea].  It was a wonderful sight and its aroma made a permanent impression on my senses.  Just out of the foot of the Canyon was the home of Senator L. W. Buck.  His daughter, Emma Buck with a girl friend walked up the canyon for pleasure that afternoon, met me and had many questions to ask about my plants.  I think it will be found by calculating backward that May 19, 1884 was a Sunday - W.L.J., 12-8-'39
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