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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 118 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 118
July 26, 1897 Asa-Bean Ridge, Red Rock to Bill Williams Fork. (See p. 107).  - Quercus lobata = Q. Garryana (1905)., eaten off by  sheep! - Q. Kelloggii, girth = 15.5 ft at 5 ft. - Cherry trees. - Madrona = 11 ft at 5 ft., 45-50 ft. h. - Pseudotsuga taxifolia 20 ft. circ. at 5 ft. Note its  pendulous branchlets. - Agrimonia Eupatoria at nooning spring; petals  emarginate. - Boisdulvalias at nooning spring, petals 2-cleft to  middle. - Foot of Asa-Bean Ridge, Mt. White-Oak (Quercus  douglasii H. & A.) - Buckeye at Forks of William's Creek. (Aesculus  californica Nutt.). - Ceanothus cuneatus & Arctos. manzanita = the  scrubs ::::::::: Round Valley, July 26-29, 1897.  - Quercus lobata, upper end of Round Valley, 21 ft at 5 ft.; 90 ft. high.  - Returning from Yallo Bally we stopped at Jack Foster's ranch. J.F. is a character. Lives between Bill Williams Fork & Round Valley, not far from the valley proper. We asked him why he didn't go to the Klondike: "I went to White Pine with two black mules and _300.00 in my pocket and I came home with my fingers in my ass and my blankets on my back and cussing every step of the way"! See p. 108.  Round Valley to Poonkinney [?], Eel River Bridge and Laytonville, July 29.  [-- Eel River Bridge, Vancouveria  Rosa gymnocarpa, Campanula pren., Tan Oak, Hazel.] -- This note is open to suspicion as to locality, having been copied from original slip.
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