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Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 142 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 142
Nat. Hist. Museum June 12, 1906  the means of inducing many young men to turn to scientific pursuits." - l.c. - Ceanothus arboreus Greene.  Island of Santa Cruz type in Brit. Mus. (Nat. Hist.), remarkably "silky" sheeny, the pubescence so close a felt that one must look at under a lens. - Ceanothus cuneatus Nuttall. His type "Wahlamet[sic] River bars" has narrowly obovate leaves 1.6 cm long and 4 mm wide; in fr. [fruit]  Ceanothus arboreus, S. Calif. Parry 1887, "C. hirsutus" det Parry, Kew Hb. This is certainly not hirsutus.  I feel very certain it is arboreus.  This should be looked for on mainland. :::::::::  Kew Hb. June 15, 1906. Professor Macfarlane, Univ. of Pennsylvania, is here, a keen-headed but very simple mannered little man whom I like very much.  He is working on pitcher plants; says the region of greatest development for Darlingtonia california is on the west slopes of the Coast range in Oregon where it fairly lines the streams.  This is something we in California have not known._ He has a student working on Penstemon who has been in California the past year: -_ see p. 153. - Penstemon Jeffrayanus  Hook. Bot. Mag. t. 5045. Clear Creek, N. California, June 11, 1853" label on type in Herb. Hook.[Jeffrey].
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