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Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 108 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 108
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Royal Bot. [Botanical] Garden [Edinburgh, Sept. 6, 1905]  John Jeffrey, cont. [continued]: feet high, and 4 in. diam. [inches diameter]. Shasta Valley, N. [Northern] California, Lat. [Latitude] 41 degrees 30 feet."  The plate represents a cone (closed), a winged seed, and a cluster of 3 needles. The cone and seed are singularly near to South Yallo Ballo material, mihi, 1897, the largest cone of the (my) collection.  =No. 740. Pinus Murrayana. Oreg. Com. Leaves in pairs about 2 1/2 inches long, sheaths 2/10 inch long. Cones pendulous, between 2 and 2 1/2 inches long. Scales about an inch in length and 4/10 inch broad, slightly narrowed at the base, apophysis quadrangular, with an elevated umbo ending in a short ::::::::: [Royal Botanical Garden] Edinburgh, Sept. 6, 1905  spine, the point of which is directed to the base of the cone. Seeds winged, 3/10 inch long. A tree 40 feet high, of a conical form, found on the Siskiyou Mountains, in Lat. 43 degrees 30 feet, at an elevation of 7500 feet. The plate shows the ovate type of cone (closed) which is rather long (?). The plates are not numbered. (For note as to Herb. spm. [Herbarium specimen] see ahead 6 pp.  Thuya Craigiana and Abies Pattoniana also described and figured.  Another circular, dated Mar. 24th, 1854, announces to subscribers the receipt of another box of seeds (No. 10) from Mr. Jeffrey, and regrets that the consignment
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