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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 32 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 32
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Upper Ranch House, Rancho Primero  From Long Valley Creek Bridge near White's Ranch to Cahto, 7 miles, Westport 27 mi., Ukiah 52 miles. "Old road via Cahto not via Rancho Primero and Laytonville". Taken from sign on bridge. No. 2198[a]. Thysanocarpus elegans [Rob.] Near bridge. No. 2199. Euonymus [occidentalis Nutt.] Petals 5, sometimes 6, rarely 4. Sepals 6, sometimes 5. Stamens 5, sometimes 6, rarely 4. -- Rattlesnake Creek (Idol House[_]) Ovary 3-celled, each cell 6-ovuled. - Head of Rattlesnake Creek = Tan Oak, a little, and a fine lot of Maul Oak on the steepest wall relieving the sombreness of the Douglas Spruce by its yellow-green new shoots just now appearing.  [_ Mendocino Co.]    ::::::::: to Idol House to Blue Rock, June 8  - Maul Oak, at first ranch house s. of Blue Rock Ranch House,  18 ft 6 in. circ at 3 ft on upper side (7 ft on lower). 65-75 ft. high; 100 ft. broad - Douglas Spruce seedlings -- cots = 7 & 8  Blue Rock Ridge. - From noon camp on Blue Rock Ridge (1 mile from Blue Rock) we have a fine view of Red Mountain made famous by Kellogg's botanizing in early days. It is n.w. of this point and 5 miles away in an air line. A big mountain with very long low-rounded top, scattering timber on the side towards us with the red soil showing everywhere, and apparently heavily timbered on the other side. - Blue Rock = Garry & Black Oak, Bay Laurel and Yellow Pine
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