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Pt. Reyes, Inverness, Olema
Marin Co. [county]
while the garden gate was moved 16 1/2 ft. away from the front of the house door where it was. In the barnyard a gate was moved away from its latch post leaving a space which was filled by another gate. Three Eucalyptus globulus trees pollarded were moved along without disturbing their erect position. One was brought opposite a fourth which stood on the opposite side of the rift a few feet away. The rift itself averaged about 3 or 4 ft. wide, and in places it was open and I could jump down into up to my waist.
Cont. 10 pp. ahead.
Nov. 11-12, 1906.
No. 2620. Pinus muricata D. Don. Bishop Pine seedlings. One (larger) in open pasture, needles chiefly in 3s, a few in 2's. The small one in 2's in shade in forest!
No. 2621. Pinus muricata D. Don Two whorls of branches often produced on the shoot of a season. Shows plainly in young trees 6 or 7 years old. These shoots are beginning to grow. The specimens were taken from seedling trees. Bishop Pine. Measured 2 ft. 2 in. growth in length, season 1906, on tree 5 years old past. 6 ft. 4 in. trall. 2 1/8 in. at butt. diam.
- Bishop Pine, note that the upper whorls of cones in a given season are alternated by slender branchlets.
No. 2621A. Pinus muricata D. Don Bishop Pine, young tree 4 1/2 ft h. Lateral branchlet.
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