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

Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 32
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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