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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 138 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 138
Summit, Nevada Co. July, 1898. Alt. 7018 ft.  - Pinus monticola. Long cone; rectangular plates, rather deeply fissured, a little like an oak trunk; trees 50 ft. h.; 5 needles; whip-lash branchlets. - Ceanothus velutinus Dougl. - Lonicera conjugialis Kell. - Arenaria capillaris Poir.  cont. from p. 136d.    Walker Canon  Mar. 11, 1890. Pedicularis densiflora Bth. clearly written on a printed Vaca Mountains label: "Near head of Walker Canon". See no. 21,547. :::::::::    Trip to Las Trampas Apr. 19, 1899.  - Vegetation on the eastern side of the Oakland Hills.  - Kellogg Black Oak near Glorietta - Douglas Blue Oak  near Glorietta  - Valley Oak  near Glorietta  - The dense clumps of trees hang to the eastern or particularly north-eastern side of the hills, sharply limited as seen in many cases nearer the coast. The density and sharp bounding of these clumps is very noticeable but is unknown in the Inner Coast Ranges. One can look up a canon running north and south and see the Laurel densely clumped all over the abrupt east wall, the wall facing the west being brown. - Distegia abundant along streams. - Psoralea physodes is very common. - Bracken very thick on open hillsides canons at Las Trampas.
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