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Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 94 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 94
Herb. Roy. Bot. [Royal Botanical] Garden [Edinburgh, Sept 5, 1905] which is Herb. Edin. Univ. as cited prev. p. [previous page]  Quercus Sadleriana R.Br. Campet. 383, Siskiyou Mts, Oct. '65, R. Brown ("Plants of the British Columbia Expedition."). The usual form, with a few fls [flowers]-W.H.J. There is another spm [specimen] labeled as follows: "Quercus densiflora H. & A. (Chesnut form). On Siskiyou Mountains-North California-Nr [near] Smiths Valley. Sept. 1865 Rob Brown" Indubitable Sadleriana. Also teste C.S.S. Q. Sadleriana is among Jeffrey's Oregon plants of 1852-3. -Quercus wislizenii. Typical material among "Jeffrey's Oregon Plants."  ::::::::: [Herb. Royal. Bot. Garden] Edinburgh, Sept 6, 1905  Robert Brown's Plants of the British Columbia Expedition, a full but unnamed set are here in the Herbarium of the Royal Botanic Garden. Many spms [specimens] good, many scrappy. Many were new at the time of collection. They were collected chiefly at Barclay Sound, on Vancouver Island, Frazer River, Washington Terry, Banks of the Williamette, Ft. Vancouver. I do not find his Quercus Oerstediana (original spms [specimens]) nor in fact any of his Calif. [California] plants except a few that would appear to be duplicates. Professor Balfour tells me that his son Robert Brown is a young scientific man (attended British Assoc. at Pretoria this year) and that he may know the whereabouts of Brown's herbarium if he had one.
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