British Natural History Museum
- Eriogonum parvifolium Sm. This rests on a Menzies plant from Calif.
[Drawings of 5 leaves]
Types of leaves: natural size. Perianth glabrous; segments obovate, not broad. I turn over the Menzies sheet and find "Monterey" written on Back!
- G. Taylor, an assistant in the Dept. of Botany at the British Natural History Museum says Podostemum will yet be found in California, it having been found everywhere else. He has made a new genus Stylomecon for our Papaveraceae plant Papaver heterophyllum. He gives me a separate of this paper, which appeared, I believe, in the Journal of Botany (London). He
Sept. 3, 1930
surprised me a bit by saying that he worked in the cryptogamic field - this matter of Stylomecon being a short foray into flowering plants.
- (cont from bottom p. 127) The Douglas specimen, cited second by Bentham in the diagnosis of Eriogonum fasciculatum, has puberulent perianths, that is puberulent outside. Cont. p. 130.
- Eriogonum foliolosum Nutt. There is, with this spm., [specimen] a Nuttall label, in Nuttalls' hand, "_Sta. [Santa]Barbara." The perianth is glabrous! remarkably. The leaves are not excessively broad, but as broad as the average coastal "fasciculatum," excluding the narrow-leaved type of San Diego Co.
- Eriogonum _ rosmarinifolium. Sta. Barbara" Nuttall, in his hand. Perianth glabrous!