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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 34 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 34
Kew Herbarium  Godetia  = Godetia amoena "Oenothera amoena. O. pubescene, caule herbaceo tereti purpurascente, folius lanceolatis obtusinsculus subdentatus glaucis, petalis calyce triplo longiaribus, capsulis subteretibus. Hab. in America septentrionali. [symbol for annual plant]" From "Semina in horto botanico Hamburgensi 1824 collecta," etc Lehmann. Hamburg, 1824, p. 20.  In the Index Scholarum 1828 Lehmann gives a description of a page and a half (pp. 22-24) to the species beginning with the above diagnosis in italics and at the end this: Ind. semin. hort. Hamburg. 1821 pag. 8, etc. That is ::::::::: Nov. 14, 1905.  to say the description printed in the seed-list of 1824 was, doubtless, a reprint of the seed list of 1821. Lehmann often reprinted verbatim his diagnoses. The full description just referred to is reprinted in Nova Acta Naturae Curiosorum, (Bonn, 1829) vol. 14, p. 811, t. 45. ---------- - Tsuga Pattoniana and Hookeriana. The latter came from seed gathered by Jeffrey.      Henry, who has been working on it some time, cannot find that Hookeriana (serrate leaves) exists in nature. Thinks it may have been a garden sport. Cryptomeria elegans = a seedling of  "  [Cryptomeria] Japonica, yet looks nothing like the latter. Henry asks me to watch for it in the field.
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