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Hills near Ramona, camp in Clevinger Canon

goes against my grain to pay out money in such a way for rabbits. My standard price when a boy for cottontail was 5 cents. No more. Five cents for cottontails and 10 cents for ducks. I sold hundreds at Elsinore"

This camp where we now are is within about 4 mi. of Ramona.

-Rhus diversiloba is here. It is associated with the plants mentioned above, the San Pasqual grade list, all of which are different from species associated with Poison Oak in the Sierra foothills, or species in the Vaca Mts., or species in the Redwood Belt. Poison Oak grows in more different associations than any other Cal. [California] shrub and it has a wider range than any other. It grows under a greater variety of soil conditions, tho usually preferring good soils, rainfall and temperature extremes than any other Cal. shrub and is especially remarkable for
Apr. 13, 1920. Riverside Co. [sic]

its extreme shade tolerance and its tolerance of extreme insolation.

-Nicotiana glauca. It is abundant almost everywhere along streams, occurring at Mission San Luis Rey and at Pala Mission and between; in San Pasqual Valley; along the coast at Oceanside, sometimes forming miniature forests 12-14 feet high.

-Cotula coronopifolia, common in moist washes: San Pasqual Valley; Mission San Luis Rey.

Isomeris arborea, San Pasqual Valley and Pala Mission.

No. 8508. Cneoridium dumosum Hook.f.
Clevinger Canon, 3 1/2 ft. h.

No. 8509. Ceanothus tomentosus Parry, var. olivaceus Jepson.
Shrub 6 to 7 ft. h. Clevinger Canon.

No. 8510. Quercus engelmannii Greene
Low - 6 to 12 ft. Clevinger Canon.

No. 8511. Carex spissa Bailey
Comes into flower with the culms at 2 to 3 ft. at most high; then in fruiting its culms elongate
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