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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 96 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 96
Scott Valley, July 16, 1897.  were as follows:  Height = 125 ft. Measured by Hunt.  Trunk = 45 ft. high, before branching  Circ. of trunk = 11 ft. at 5 ft. from ground - Oregon Ash (F. Oregana)  Height = 90 ft.  Circ. = 8.4 ft at 5 ft. - Laurel (U. Californica)  Height = 50 to 60 ft.  Circ = 6.4 ft at 5 ft. All of these trees were in Scott Valley. The oak must have been crowded when young to attain such a height and to possess such a splendid straight clean trunk. - [Redwoods near Willets -- within about 2 mi. Willets -- 14 mi from Lernki [?]. This information from a man on prong [?] Scotts Valley Creek. ::::::::: Cold Creek, Potter Valley, Compton's, July 17.  - Quercus lobata in Potter Valley near Hawn's Ranch -- 23 ft. 7 in. circ. at 5 1/2 ft. from ground. - Ceanothus foliosus, between Compton's & Sanhedrin. - Buckeye, manner of folding leaflets as protection against sun -- conduplication -- in Sanhedrin, grade to Eden Valley. - Pinus Sabiniana, scarcely any shadow cast by its foliage. Abundant after leaving valley -Pinus ponderosa after leaving Cold Creek. -Pseudotsuga Douglasii after leaving valley. - Quercus Douglassii, lobata (one big one 23 ft. 5 in at 5 ft.; Wislizenii. - Fraxinus Oregana, along stream, 15 to 25 ft. high.
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