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Ceanothus sorediatus, see p. 53.
W. C. Matthews, Bot. 112 says this species is killed outright by being cut off on Mt. Tamalpais.
-Jepsonia heterandra Eastw. has been sent in from Columbia, Tuolumne Co. [County] by Mrs. Adele L. Grant.
See her letter of Nov. 1914.
Fresh flowers: petals white, 2 to 2 1/2 [2.5] lines long, elliptic-ovate, subacute.
Calyx lobes veined.
Stamens 10, little more than half as long as the calyx lobes.
Petals drawn down to a distinct stipe or claw one-third line long.

Harriet A. Walker: Coll dates,
1908, June 23, Blue Canon.
Marin Co. [County] Mt. Tamalpais, 14 Feb. 1914.
No. 5719. Arctostaphylos glandulosa Eastw.
var. cushingiana (Eastw.) Adams
Trail to Muir Ridge frm [from] Mill Valley, reservoir, along cleared strip.
Ovary white hairy.
This covers southerly slopes of Mt. [mountain] and is the dominant species.

No. 5720. Arctostaphylos glandulosa Eastw. var. cushingiana (Eastwood) Adams.
Near fire burned crowns 8 ft. [feet] broad and 3 to 5 ft. [feet] across.
One example of a crescent-shaped affair!
This one drawn by Miss Gilkey. See vol. 27, p. 146.
--Stump sprouting.
Dendromecon rigidum
Heteromeles arbutifolia
Corylus rostrata

Ceanothus thyrsiflorus
2 ft [feet] 6 1/2 [0.5] at 4 inches
2 ft [feet] 2 in [inches] at 2 feet
16 ft. [feet] high.
On pipeline trail.

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