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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 190 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 190
Berkeley  - Bolander, H. N. "We now have it [Allotropa virgata] from Mr. Bolander (in the usual excellent specimens which he is accustomed to prepare), collected in Mendocino Co., vii, 368, Proc. Am. Acad.  - E. L. Greene. Referring to a piece of property which belonged to me and which lay on a table removed from my desk by the width of the room in South Hall -- being a neat new rule, something likely to be craved!: "Is that yours? Well, you had better take it home"! (that is to my own desk or table). He often tickled your fancy in that way. :::::::::  1899  Cal. Acad. Sci.  - Bloomer, H. G. There are few Bloomer plants in the Academy Herbarium now but a neatly written catalogue shows how many there once were. I take the following entries: - Romanzovia Sitchensis - Crystal Springs.  - Pentstemon centranthifolius - Antioch. - Tonella collinsioides - Ukiah, Bolander. - Castilleia sp. Southern Cal. Dr. Stebbins - Hypochaeris glabrata - Clay Banks, North Beach,  Bloomer. - Malacothrix incana, Antioch, Kellogg & Bloomer. - Lygodesmia spinosum, Mt. Davidson. Bloomer. - Hieracium Breweri, Red. Mt. Bolander and Harford. - Gutierrezia Californica. Hills of Oakland, Bloomer. - Cornus pubescens, Lobos Creek. - Amelanchier Canadensis [?]. Paper Mill Creek. - Cerasus mollis. Fruit Vale. Kellogg
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