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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 4 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 4
Kew Herbarium  = Calif. Plants. coll. by Douglas.  Peucedanum macrocarpum  Apiastrum angustifolium.  Vitis Californica. = Guirado, F. Collected Oenothera Bottae at Monterey, State  Survey number 701, June 11, 1861. = Botta, M.P.E., traveler of the Natural History Museum of  Paris, made a voyage of circumnavigation in the years 1827,  1828, 1829, on board a trading vessel named "le Heros,  commanded by M. Duhautcilly [?]. Collected in California the  reptiles forming the basis of the paper "Description of  Several Species of Reptiles of California" by M.H.D. de  Blainville, Nou. [?] Ann. du Mus. d'Hist. Nat. 4; 233 (1835);  also coll. Godetia Bottae in S. Calif., l.c. p. 393.    ::::::::: Oct. 28, 1905.  Cont. from 2 pp. back -- behold numbers of the finest trees thus prematurely and wantonly destroyed. And it is not a country where wood is superabundant." -- R.B. Hinds in preface to Botany of the Sulphur [?], p. 3.  - Richard Brinsley Hinds. Euphorbia Hindsiana, Benth, Bot.    Sulph. p. 51. Cape San Lucas. - Quercus Engelmannii -- In San Rafael Mts., 5000 ft., May,  94, leaves and very tomentose ovaries only. Coll by Dr.  Franceschi (& distrib as lobata!)  Looks like a small and  somewhat narrow leaved Douglasii! Very pale and glaucous.
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