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Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 106 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 106
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Kew Herbarium the coast with its summit consistantly within the snow line ought to be examined ad can be with guides from Vancouver with ease Among the plants you sent me from Gordon was an Arenaria wh you ask what species? It is a very good specimen of the one I called A. Hookeri in [Torrey] ad Gray: by the bye, are they going on with the N. Am. flora I never hear a word frm them nor know what they are doing excepting they had made outa new genus from your Batis cylindrica which I thought might prove the pulpy-leavd Thorn of L. & Clarke which I had called :::::::::  May 20, 1906 Sarpcanthus in the Herbarium of the Philadelphia Academy of Nat. Science. I shall be very happy to lay out for you as complete a set of my duplicates as possible wh I will let you have as soon as ever I am able.  I have included many now laid out ad have only to make out a good selection when they are not good be assured I have few or none better. xxxx Yours truly  Thos. Nuttall. [Hooker Corr. vol. 63, p. 345] Sutton, nr Rainhill, Sept. 24, 1844. Sir W. Hooker, Dear Sir, I send you by post the specimen of what I have called Abronia viscosa which I collected
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