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Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 96 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 96
Herb. Royal. Bot. Garden [Edinburgh, Sept 6, 1905]  Types of A. Murray: =Cupressus McNabiana. California, A. Murray, Esq., 1856 (sic). Branch only, branchlets rather fine, leaves small, with distinct resinous dot. =No. 705. Pinus Craigana (sic). Salmon River Mountains, Lat. 41 degrees, Oct. 1, 1852. This specimen is doubtless Jeffrey's, as he collected spms [specimens] on that day in northern California. See ahead p. 104. sub Pinus attenuata. =Pinus Fremontii in hb. "Mr. A. Murray." = a branchlet of Pinus ponderosa (W.L.J) The legend "California, A Murray Esq-1856" occurs on a sheet of Cupressus Lawsoniana, et al., as if A. Murray himself collected in California. I do not find any of A. Murray's original spms [specimens] on which descriptions were found. ::::::::: [Herb. Royal. Bot. Garden] Edinburgh, Sept 6, 1905  In brief then there is a great shortage in the Herbarium of the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh University, of Murray's and Brown's specimens, and to a certain extent, also of Jeffrey's things, although Jeffrey collected only seeds and not specimens, apparently as at least but few specimens.  =Engelmann and Sargent were in the Scott's Mts, Aug. 30, 1880. Coll. [collected] Pinus monticola.  Pinus Parryana Engelm. Mr. Larkin's sta.  20 S.E. of Campo near Mexican Boundary.  San Diego Co. Cal. Coll. G.R. Vasey.  Herb. Roy. Bot. Gard.
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