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Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 66 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 66
British Museum (Nat. Hist. [Natural History]) [London, August 20, 1905]  is a white oak of small size and limited distribution, the second does not grow in S. Calif. [Southern California] except as a shrub at high altitudes, while the third is everywhere the common and conspicuous oak and often the only oak in the coast country. To return to Nee's original description, the full text is as transcribed in Vol. 7 of Erythea, save that a paragraph at the end of the Quercus agrifolia description has been omitted. This reads as follows: "Tambien me traxeron losCitados Senores de aquel sitio las siguientes plantas: Polygonum maritimum, Pyrola rotundifolia, Cornus canadensis,a ::::::::: [British Museum] London, August 20, 1905  Pinus Canadensis, Aquileja canadensis, Stachys silvatica, Linnaea borealis, Solidago minuta, Trientalis Europaea, y un gran numero de plantas nuevas." -p. 272. -Collie. cf. Hookers Journ. Bot. 1, 179. -Re. N.J. Andersson, Swedish botanist, naturalist of the Swedish frigate Eugenie, coll. in 1852 in California. Synopsis of the N.A. Willows, in Proc. Am. Acad., 1858. Monographia Salicum, 1863. cf. Brendel, Am. Nat. Dec. 1879. -Gregg, Josiah, author of Commerce of Prairies. Coll. in California. Died there 1849. cf. Brendel, l.c. (Acacia Greggii) Parry, C.C., was with Palmer (Ed.) coll. [collected] in Mexico (San Luis Potasi) in 1878, test label of Arctostaphylos pungens, Brit. Mus. [British Museum].
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