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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 68 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 68
No. 100 a. Juncus [dubius Engelm. Det. F.V.C.] July  7-12, 1896, Yosemite Valley No. 100 b. Juncus phaeocephalus Engelm. var.  paniculatus Engelm. Warm Spr., June 8, '96. No. 100 c. Amsinckia [intermedia F. & M. Det. McBride]  Little Oak, Solano Co. 16 May '96. No. 100 d. Amsinckia [tesselata Gray. Det. McBride.]  Betw. Mossdale School and Atlanta, San Joaquin Co.  plains. 27 June, '96. No. 100 e. Amelanchier alnifolia Nutt. Merced Big  Trees, 6 July '96. No. 100 f. Thysanocarpus curvipes Hook. Yosemite,  July 7-12, 1896 No. 100 g. Monardella douglasii Benth. Gilroy, 16 June  1896. No. 100 h. M. leucocephala Gray. Merced plains below  La Grange, 15 July '96. See p. 31, ante. No. 100 i. Monardella odoratissima Bth. South Yollo  Bolly, 2 July '97. No. 100 j. Monardella viridis Jepson  Mt. Hanna. 15 July  '97.    ::::::::: cont. from p. 67.  he and Mrs. Gray go somewhere into Spain or France for a long vacation -- but no botany or collecting. Here in California, I (and others) have gotten our vacation, a real one, by a collecting trip into the Sierra Nevada for an entire summer. A change of scene complete, the experience of the mountains vitalizing and renewing, the long long days in the open and the nights under the stars. -- Apr. 6, 1934.
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