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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 36 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 36
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Bell's Springs to Harris to Garber-  - The country is more open about Harris. On the ridge above Harris clusters of Douglas Spruce and Tan Oak crown the summits or cover favored slopes. -- 1/10 of the country just here. Fire has gone through a patch at Harris and killed the lower branches but the tops are uninjured. No. 2201. Wyethia. Very abundant on "landslidy" slope, coming on to Bells Spring's Ridge from Blue Rock Ridge. No. 2202. Plagiobothrys. [nothofulvus Gray.] Ditto No. 2203. Black Oak. Harris ridge. - About 4 miles beyond Harris we turn off across country to Garberville. The road is steep and rough but a light outfit can go over it very easily.    ::::::::: ville, June 9, 1903.  About one mile up the hill from Harris we lunched at a spot that gave a fine view of the great sweeping crescent of the Inner Coast Ranges, the low Weaverville Gap, North Yallo Bally (one peak at one end and two at the other), Middle Yallo, South Yallo & Mt. Linn and the more isolated high points southward. The air was clear and the prospect over the numerous intervening ridges lying in the Eel basin was fine.
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