Field Notes of Annie Alexander and Louise Kellogg 1939 Field Notes (Continued)  
 

Annie Alexander
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Locations: Kyle Canyon. Little Falls.  


1939 Kyle Canyon & Little Falls, Charleston Mts., Nev. 22
Alexander   
      … a few specimens of an eriogonum which according to Mr. Clokey is rare. A small, wiry shrub, matted and seldom more than a foot across clung to the steep wall of the cliffs and was quite common. We looked for the shrub species of Mountain Mahogany but all the dark shrubs hanging on to the rocks were Coleogyne. Found some Jamesia coming into bloom and Holodiscus, Galium, and Saxafraga.
      Before going up Kyle Canyon visited the seep about the water tank at the Resort for specimens of the Carex named from this locality.
     
June 11
 

Locations: Kyle Canyon.  

Climbed to a mahogany flat on the east side of Kyle Canyon just above the bridge ½ mile north of Resort. Found a small crucifer we(?) needed(?) but nothing new to add to our collection. Common plants were Gilia nuttali and a Phacelia. There were several ___ ____ of Orobanche _____. Artemisia tridentata and a clump of Opuntia ursina or erincea. A short grass – Gramma? – carpeted the ground.
 

Locations: Little Falls.  

We then went up to Little Falls to secure specimen of wild gooseberry and and wild ________ and followed around the base of the cliff for ferns. Found the largest aspen we have come across yet, 18 inches in diameter 2 ½ feet above ground.
     
     
1939 Cathedral Rock, Charleston Mts., Nev. 23
Alexander   
      On returning to the hard(?) road, walked over to the type locality of Pedicularis semi-barbatus charlestonensis as pointed out by Mr. Clokey – just north of Camp 26, above the paved road in aspens and yellow pine. Collected some specimens in fruit.
     
June 12
 

Locations: Cathedral Rock.  

Walked up the Cathedral Rock Trail to the summit 8600 ft. A good trail shaded by yellow pines along the way. At and near the summit among the rocks and associated with Erigeron rosea were a number of Erigeron reductus(?) a small low growing plant. Flowers with lavendar colored rays. Besides the two species of Erigeron on the summit, noted Symphoricarpus, Holodiscus, Ribes cereum, two species of Eriogonum, Galium, a small yellow pine, juniper, pinyon pine, Cercocarpus ledifolius, Coleogyne, (?), Castilleja, Cryptantha jamesii, Cereus mohavensis, grama grass, foxtail, rye and one or two other species of grass. We looked for a shrub form of Mountain Mahogany that Mr. Clokey had told us grew on the edges of cliffs but did not find it. Near the saddle below the summit found a species of Penstemon not fully in bloom. This may be a late variety.
      On the way down we took a branch trail to Twin Falls ¼ mile from the turn off, 8250 ft., passing thru a grove of aspen. Many …
     
     
1939 Deer Cr., Charleston Mts., Nev. 24
Alexander   
      … of the aspens were bent over from the weight of winter snows. Some of the plants among the aspens were corydalis, frittalaria, Berberis repens, blue lupines, Castelleja, and angelica. The two small streams from the falls come together just below the trail and there was considerable growth on the banks between and on either side. Just back of the first fall on the trail were some large Woodsia ferns. Collected some small plants in this area.
     
June 13
 

Locations: Deer Creek.  

Moved over to Deer Creek eight miles from the Charleston Resort and drove up the creek on a private road. Camping at 8250 ft. At this point two branches of the creek come together. Are told by the people who have charge of the cabins here that the real Deer Creek is north over two ridges from here – a larger stream than the one here but – does not run far.
     
June 14
      Today climbed the ridge north and were disappointed not to see the big Deer Creek. There were some fine examples of Pinus aristata near the summit. We were surprised to find Junipers or cedars with it also plants from lower levels reaching up so higher(?) as Salvia, Gilia aggregata, cryptantha, Senecio leucoreus(?) and Artemisia tridentata. We returned by way of the Deer Cr. Spring …
     
     
     
     
      … a marshy place where Dodecatheon, Aquilegia, and an orchid, Habernaria?
     
     
1939 Deer Creek and Lee Canyon, Charleston Mts., Nev. 25
Alexander    
      … a marshy place where Dodecatheon, Aquilegia and an orchid were growing luxuriantly.
     
June 15
 

Locations: Deer Creek.  

Collected up the south branch of Deer Creek today and below the bridge on the private road. The wooded stream seemed ideal for Sorex myops(?) (A kind of shrew; refer to Mammals of Nevada at: http://www.brrc.unr.edu/data/mammals/mamlist.html) but traps out there might have taken only Peromyscus . In the deeper woods up stream found Pyrola not in bloom also Juniperus communis var. montana . Two species of fern in some rocks near the creek -- Woodsia and Cheilanthes -- Pedicularis back of the stream. Collected meadow rue, columbine, and angelica – latter first bloom noted. Downstream found the Rock Daisy in crevice in a facing _______ of rock. Nearby in the rock was saxifrage in bloom.
     
June 16
      Drove back on the Lee Canyon rock to the top of the ridge or divide between Deer Creek and Kyle Canyon, type locality according to Mr. Clokey of the violet he named “Viola Charlestonensis.” Besides the violet, collected a flat-growing purple penstemon, yellow primrose and a composite. The ridges were covered with a thicket of Mt. Mahogany with scattering yellow pine, white fir and juniper. Saw one foxtail pine. Small plants as Gilia aggregata, Linum lewisii, Cryptantha Jamesii var. abortive, Symphoricarpus, and a species of primrose not yet in bloom were quite plentiful – soils, loose gravels.
     
     
1939 Lee Canyon – Mummy Rock 26
Alexander Charleston Mts., Nev.  
      From the ridge we drove back to Deer Creek and on to Lee Canyon making two stops on the way, one at a rocky point north of Lee Canyon where Mr. Clokey had said we would find a dwarf species of Mountain Mahogany that clumps about cliffs. We found some scraggly bushes that appeared to be this form growing with the larger variety.
 

Locations: Lee Canyon.  

The second stop was what we took to be the type locality of Senecio leucorous “Ridge south of Lee Canyon” 8150 ft. Here we found Senecio on the wooded slope above the road – nearly all specimens collected had rays. On the flat in Lee Canyon below the Government Camp found Senecio again – more rayless than with rays. The predominant plant on the flat was a species of astragalus – flat silvery leafed not yet in flower. Visited the upper end of Lee Canyon where we collected Valeriana May 24 and took some seeded specimens. Found there a single specimen of Erigeron (small white rays) no. 780 taken on the slope above and north of Deer Creek, Erigeron radicatus and a form of no. 744.
     
June 17
 

Locations: Mummy Rock.  

Followed the creek (south branch) up today to the saddle below Mummy Rock, on ridge between Deer Creek and Kyle Canyon 9850 ft. alt. according to our altimeter. Valeriana persisted to the summit and Ribes montigenum. There …
     
     
1939 Mummy Rock, Charleston Mts., Nev. 27
Alexander   
      … were some fine examples of weather beaten Pinus aristata. One huge tree had a girth of almost 20 feet 3 ft. above ground. There was a great deal of fallen timber that showed no signs of decay. Their bleached barkless trunks sculptured like stones by the changes of season and weather. From the ridge we could look down into Kyle Canyon and the precipitous Cathedral Rocks, as well as the other cliffs looked a small part of the landscape in the distance. There were many small plants growing on the divide among the flint-like angular fragments of rocks – three species of astragalus, a draba (?), the purple rayed erigeron, a penstemon and white primrose. We found a trail on reaching the summit one branch pointing to Kyle Canyon and the other to Saw Mill – Deer Creek and we took the latter on returning to camp finding a penstemon in bloom just after leaving the source of the south branch of the creek.
     
June 18
 

Locations: Charleston Park Resort.  

Broke camp at Deer Creek this morning returning to the Charleston Park Resort, collecting an unusually tall Galium on the way and a “Blazing Star Thistle.” P.iu. took more traps up to Twin Falls to try again for shrews, collecting apocynum and a Brickellia(?) on the way.
     
June 19
      No shrews in traps. Collected a cliff plant …
     
     
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      … and a _______ leaf penstemon, first seen in bloom, and Holodiscus now in flower.
 

Locations: Spring Hill.  

Collect again in the afternoon on Spring Hill north of resort.
     
June 20
 

Locations: Mary Jane Falls.  

Take horses and ride up Kyle Canyon going first to where we collected Draba June 10. Find only a few dried up specimens. We then continued up the canyon for a short distance and ride up the east slope to within ¼ mile of Mary Jane Falls and tying our horses climbed to the base of the cliffs which we followed along to the falls – a small stream that drops a hundred feet or more and runs down a steep ravine – Grasses, dodecatheon and thistle (named after Mr. Clokey) the principal growth along the banks. In following along the base of the cliffs saw more Erigeron unicalis(?) than we had seen in any one place. They were growing in the crevices of the rocks and through the mats of Spirea caespitosa -- we found a few Draba among the rocks below the cliffs, gone to seed but still greem, and in one small slot a cricifer resembling “candy tuft” which we had not come across before. The plants were closer together and had mostly gone to seed. Had a fine view across the canyon of the precipitous slopes of twisted and weathered limestone below Charleston Peak. There were banks of snow that contributed to a waterfall that dropped from one cliff to another. Half way up the slope was a bench that afford a ______ for _______
     
     
1939 Lead Mine, Charleston Mt.s, Nev. 29
Alexander   
     
June 21
 

Locations: Lead Mine.  

Walked up the old road to the Lead Mine, on the north side of Kyle Canyon, starting below the Resort, distance about a mile and grade, steep – a pring starts near the mine and the stream from it runs for some distance down the ravine. The upper part well wooded with yellow pine and fir – Saw some young foxtail pine. Growing in the moist banks were Dodecatheon, Angelica, orchids and Symphoricarpos. A few Jamesia in flower higher up the banks. Mr. Clokey had told us that for four years he had been trying to get 130 sheets of a certain Cruciferae growing at the mine. We think we found it at the log cabin, the same as no 810 collected yesterday at the base of cliffs near the Mary Jane Falls. It wasn’t plentiful – we counted twenty plants – took two – later found a few a short distance down the road – small and dried up, climbed the ridge above and west of the cabin trying to get a view of the cliffs of Kyle Canyon. The slope was dry and rocky and among the rocks found a species of pink (arenaria?) the same as collected at Deer Creek, no. 775.
      Before reaching the stream the road climbs through thickets of Mt. Mahogany, pinyon pine, oaks, and manzanita. One Mt. Mahogany was in fruit – the only one noted.
     
     
1939 Lee Canyon, Charleston Mts., Nev. 30
Alexander   
     
June 22
 

Locations: Clark's Sawmill. Lee Canyon.  

Got an early start for Lee Canyon this morning to walk up the old Clark’s Sawmill. That evidently no longer exists. The trail or old road we followed took us after a stiff climb to the source of Lee Canyon’s water supply as indicated by a concrete box and pipe. 10,300 ft. alt. we learned at the government buildings below; a fine little stream comes down from snow banks on the limestone ridges above. The descent is very rapid and the banks are swept clean of any timber. By accident we found a small crucifer collected at Twin Falls. What plants of it we found were within a few square yards. Under a dripping rock were Woodsia ferns growing. From the trail we cut across the woods to a rocky spur finding pyrola on the way growing under rotting logs and in decayed vegetation. All had flower stalks but buds were not yet open. Collected some only because we are leaving the Charleston Mts. Tomorrow. The common plants in the woods and in open places were Pedicularis in blossom at that altitude and a small astragalus no 794 in profuse bloom. Valeriana was also common.
     
June 22
 

Locations: Las Vegas.  

Pack up driving to Las Vegas in afternoon.
     
     
  May 18
Road to Charleston Park Resort
Clark Co. Nevada
 
     
      526 Madia Machanthera leucanthamifolia (Greene) Greene
      527 Composite Hymenoxys lemoni (Greene) Cockerell
     
Mesa
      528 Crucifer Sisymbrium altissimum L.
      529 Zigadenus paniculatus Wats.
      530 Leucelene ericoides (Torr) Greene
      531 Ceanothus Greggii Gray var. vestitus (Greene) McMinn
      532 Calachortus flexuosus
      533 Penstemon eatonii
      534 Linum lewisii
      535 Amelanchier alnifolia var. covillei A. utahensis Koehne
      536 Berberis ripens
      537 Crucifer Erysimum
      538 “
      539 Ribes cereum
      540 Crucifer
 

Locations: Charleston Park Resort.  

May 19
Charleston Park Resort 7500 ft.
Camps 1 & 2 7700 ft.
      541 Pedicularis semibarbata Charlestonensis
      542 Cercocarpis ledifolius
      543 Trifolium
      544 Crucifer Arabis fendleri
      545 Erysimum asperum
      546 Prunus emarginata (Dougl.) Walp.
      547 Crucifer
 

Locations: Deer Creek.  

May 20
Deer Creek Trail
      548 Arctostaphylous
     
     
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      550  
      551 Felix fragilis (L.) Gilib.?
      552 Spiraea caespitosa
      553 Cryptantha Jamesii var. abortive
      554 Euphorbia
 

Locations: Charleston Park Resort.  

Charleston Park Resort
      555 Phacelia
      556 Lithospermum
      557 Antenaria
      558 Lupine
     
May 21
Charleston Park Resort Road, Clark Co., 6700 ft.
      559 Crucifer
      531 Ceanothus
      560 Crucifer Sisymbrium altissimum
      561 Linum
      562 Castilleja
      563 Eriodictyon trichocalyx
      553 Cryptantha Jamesii var. abortive
      564
      565 Orobanche cooperi
      566
      567 Mimulus
      568 Sphaeralcea grossulariaefolia (H. & A) Rydb. var. pedata (Torr.) T. H. K.
      569 Phacelia Cryptantha gracilis Osterh.
      570 Garrya flavencens
      571 Composite Chaenactis douglasii (Hook.) H. & A.
      572 Sambucus
      573 Lupine Lupinus alpestris Nels.
      574 Gilis Nuttallii Linanthus nuttallii (Gray) Greene ex Mlkn.
     
     
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      593b O. caespitosa Nutt. subsp. crinata (Rydb.) Munz
     
All below & above det. Warren L Wagner, 1980
      593c Oenothera caespitosa Nutt. subsp. marginata (Nutt. ex Hook. & Arn.) Munz
      593d O. c. subsp. marginata
      593e ditto
     
 

Locations: Little Falls.  


  May 22  
  Little Falls Trail 8000 ft.
      575 Acer glabrum
      576 Pellea
      577 Ribes cereum
      578 Pinus aristata
      580 Pinus flexilis
      581  
      582 Populus tremuloides
      583 Pinus ponderosa scopulorum
 

Locations: Lee Canyon.  

May 24
Lee Canyon 8650 ft.
      583 Valeriana
      584 Juniperus communis var. montana
      585 Crucifer 8300 ft.
      586 “
      587 Pinus aristata
      588 Pinus p. scopulorum
     
May 25
Charleston Park Road 6900 ft.
      568 Sphaeralcea
      589 Lappula redowskii (Hormen) Greene
      590 Lupine Astragalus oophorus Wats.
      591 Streptanthus cordatus Nutt.
      608 Quercus
      592 Lupine Astragalus minthorniae (Rydb.) Jepson
      592 Lupine Astragalus minthorniae (Rydb.) Jepson
      593 Oenothera caespitosa (Nutt.) Munz var. crinita (Rydb.) Munz
      593a O. caespitosa (Nutt.) Munz var. crinita (Rydb.) Munz
      594 Crucifer Sphaeralcea
      568 Sphaeralcea
      595 Grass Bromus rubens L.
      596 Grass Poa secunda Presl.
      597 Grass
     
     
     
     
      598 Indian rice Oryzopsis hymenoides (Roem. & Schmidt) Ricker
      599 Foxtail Sitanion hystrix (Nutt.) J. G. Smith
      600 Bronco
      601 Senecio
      602 Erigeron
      603 Atriplex
      604 Delphinium parishii Gray
      605 Phacelia
      606 Grass Tridens pulchellus (HBK.) Hitchc.
      607 “
      608 Mammalaria deserti Coryphantha sp. either C. chlorantha (Engelm.) Britt. & Rose or C. vivipara var. rosea det. A. D. Zimmerman, 1983.
 

Locations: Deer Creek.  

May 26
Deer Creek Trail    8450 ft.
      554 Euphorbia 8300 ft.
      611 Grass Poa longiligula Scribn. & Merr.
      612 Erigeron uncialis
      613 Viola charlestonens
      614 Crucifer Sisymbrium pinnatum
      615 Holodiscus discolor
      616 “
      549 Corydalis
      617 Lupine 7600 ft.
     
May 27
Hill slope north of resort
      618 Dodecatheon jeffreyi
 

Locations: Spring Hill.  

619 Grass Carex hasseiBailey. Spring Hill, Charleston Park Resort.
      620 Comandra pallida
      620.1 Ditaxis diversiflora
      621 Gilia aggregata
      622 Ditaxis Commandra pallida A. DC.
      623 Lupine
      624 Berberis fremontii
     
     
     
     
      625 Phlox
      626 Juniperus
      627
      628 Smilacina liliacea
      629 Fritallaria
      543 Trifolium Camp 1 & 2.
      541 Pedicularis
      549 Corydalis
      630 Fritillaria atropurpurea Nutt.
Both F. atropurpurea det. Santana, 1980.
     
May 28
Chalreston Park Road, 3450 ft.
      632 Krameria
      633 Parosela
      634 Composite Petalonyx nitidus Wats.
      631 Eriodictyon angustifolium Nutt.
      635 Eriogonum nidularium Cov.
      636 “ nidularium Cov. (near E. gracile var. effusum)
      637 “
      Highway 6 mi. E. Indian Springs 3100 ft.
      639 Oenothera brevipes var. pallidula
      640 Navarretia Langloisia setosissima (T & G) Greene ssp. setosissima Timbrook, 1978
      641 Composite
      642 “ Psathyrotes annua (Nutt.) Gray
      643 Phacelia
      644 Composite
      645 “
      646 Eriogonum
 

Locations: Indian Springs.  

Road to Cold Creek, 3.8 mi. S. Indian Springs, 3600 ft.
      647 Composite.
     
     
     
     
      648 Buddleia utahensis
      649 Mimulus biglovii Gray
      650 Nemacladus rigidus rubescens Greene.
      651 Oenothera refracta
      652 Composite
 

Locations: Cold Creek Ranch.  

Cold Cr. Ranch irrigation ditch 6300 ft.
      653 Veronica beccabunga ssp. Americana (Raf.) Sellers, det. Sellers, 1983.
      654 Ranunculus cymbalaria Pursh. var. saximontanus Fern.
      655 Mimulus
      656 Radicula nasturtium-aquaticum
      657 Grass Carex praegracilis Boalt.
      658 Grass Poa fendleriana (Steud.) Vasey.
      659 Symphoricarpus longiflorus
      660 Cercocarpus
      661 Phacelia
      662 Ribes cereum
      663 Salix
      664 Aquilegia
      665 Lupine
      666  
      667 Berberis fremontii
      668 Composite
      669 Streptanthus
     
Cold Creek Road 3600 ft.
      670 Rafinesquia neomexicana
 

Locations: Cold Creek.  

Cold Creek 6300 ft.
      671 Gilia
      672  
     
Charleston Park Road
      673 Composite
      674  
     
 

Locations: Spring Hill.  


  June 7  
  Spring Hill, north of resort,   7500 ft.  
      718 Grass Carex hassei Bailey
      719 Sorrel
      720 Watergrass Heleocharis montevidensus Kunth. var. parishii (Britt.) V. Grant
      721 Crucifer Sisymbrium altissimum
      722 Senecio leucoreus
     
Charleston Park Road   6700 ft.
      723 Eriodictyon
      724 Aster Erigeron argentatus Gray ssp. lypicum Stewart
      725 Hedeoma
      726 Composite
      727 Grass Elymus condensatus Presl. var. pubens Piper.
      529 Zygadenus
 

Locations: Rainbow Falls.  

June 8
Walk to Rainbow Falls Deer Creek? 1 mi. S Little Fall, 8000 ft.
      728 Erigeron concinnus
      729 Ceanothus fendleri
     
     
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      740 Mentzelia albicaulis
      741 Crucifer
      742 Symphoricarpus vascinoides
      743 Arabis pengulina
      744 Gilia pungens
      722 Senecio leucoreus
      745 Cryptantha
 

Locations: Spring Hill.  

June 10
Spring hill north of resort, 7500 ft.
      746 Carex interior Bailey var. charlestonensis Pennell & Clokey
      747 Equisetum
      748 Juniperus scopulorum
      749 Composite
 

Locations: Kyle Canyon.  

½ mi. above resort Kyle Canyon, 7600 ft.
      750 Jamesia Americana T. & G.
      550 Cheilanthes
      853 Grass
     
Near head of Kyle Canyon 8000 ft
      613 Viola
      751 Forsellesia nevadensis A. Gray
      722 Senecio leucoreus
      752 Galium parishii
      743 Arabis
      753 Eriogonum McDougal(?)
      754 Draba cuneifolia Nutt.
      755 Cereus mohavensis
      612 Erigeron uncialis
      769 Holodiscus microphyllus Rydb.
 

Locations: Spring Hill.  

June 11
Spring Hill, north of resort, 7650 ft.
Mahogany Flat, east side of Kyle Canyon
      756 Crucifer Gayophytum Nuttallii Torr. & Gray
      561 Linum Lewisii
     
     
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      565 Orobanche
      734 Antennaria rosea
      757 Ribes montigenum McClatchie
      758 Rubus leucodermis Dougl.
      582 Populus tremuloides
      576 Pellea
 

Locations: C. C. C. Camp.  

June12
C.C.C. Camp 7000 ft.
      759 Asclepiodora
     
Road 6700 ft.
      647 Composite
      723 Eriodictyon
      589 Cryptantha
      722 Senecio
      770 Phlox
 

Locations: Cathedral Rock.  

Cathedral Rock Trail 8000 ft.
      761  
      762 Erigeron radicatus 8600 ft.
      763 Castilleja 8600 ft.
      764 Penstemon 8500 ft.
      765 Osmorhiza obtuse (C. & R.) Fernald.
      551  
      610 Valeriana
      767 Draba
      768 Crucifer
      769 Holodiscus
      770 Phlox
 

Locations: Charleston Park Resort.  

June 13
Charleston Park Resort
      771 Composite
 

Locations: Deer Creek.  

Deer Creek 8259 ft.
      772 Lupine Crucifer
      773 Lupine
     
     
     
     
      774 Erigeron townsendia scapigera Eat.
      775 Arenaria aculeate Wats.
     
June 14
      776 Galium 8250 ft.
      777 Gilia 8500 ft.
      778 Streptanthus 8500 ft.
      779 Salvia carnosa 8500 ft.
      780 Erigeron 9000 ft.
      762 Erigeron radicatus
 

Locations: Deer Creek Spring.  

Deer Cr. Spring
      781 Urtica
      782 Habenaria sparsiflora Wats.
      722 Senecio
 

Locations: Deer Creek.  

June 15
Deer Creek 8259 ft.
      610 Valeriana occidentalis Heller
      768
      784 Thalictrum fendleri Engelm.
      664 Aquilegia
      785 Angelica Kingii (Wats.) C. + R.
      612 Erigeron uncialis 8100 ft.
      731 Heuchera rubescens
      722 Senecio 8250 ft.
      593 Oenothera
     
June 16
Ridge between Deer Cr. Canyon and
Kyle Canyon Road,
      786 Oenothera lavandulaefolia var. glandulosa
      787 Penstemon menziesi P. thompsoniae (Gray) Rydb. ssp. Jeageri Keck
      613 Viola
      788 Composite Hymenoxys acaulis (Pursh) Parker var. arizonica (Greene) Parker
      592 Lupine
     
     
     
     
      625 Gilia
      791 Astragalus ?pictus Gray
 

Locations: Rock Point.  

Rock Point, S. Lee Canyon, 7800 ft.
 

Locations: Lee Canyon.  

725 Hedoma
      753 Eriogonum McDougal
      789 Erigeron
      790 Cercocarpus
     
Ridge, S. Lee Canyon
Type locality Senecio leucoreus
      722 Senecio
     
Upper end Lee Canyon, 8650 ft.
      792 Astragalus manca (Rybd.) Wheeler
      780 Erigeron
      762 Erigeron radicata
      610 Valeriana
      794 Astragalus
      776 Galium 7800 ft.
 

Locations: Mummy Rock.  

June 17
Ridge between Deer Cr. And Kyle canyon
Saddle at base of Mummy Rock, 9850 ft.
      795 Draba 9450 ft.
      792 Astragalus
      798 Oxytropis oreophila Gray
      797 Penstemon Kekeai
      593 Oenothera
      796 Crucifer 9450 ft.
      593 Oenothera Camp, 8250 ft.
      780 Erigeron
     
June 18
Road to Kyle canyon from Deer Cr.
      533 Penstemon eatonii
      776 Galium
      775 Arenaria
      799 Mentzelia laevicaulus 7000 ft.
 

Locations: Cathedral Rock.  

Cathedral Rock Trail
     
     
     
     
      801 Osmorrhiza
      802 Brickellia
      551  
 

Locations: Twin Falls.  

June 19
Twin Falls   8150 ft.
      767 Draba Has a question mark to left of number.
      803 Potentilla Ivesia Jaegeri Munz & Johnson
      769 Holodiscus
      764 Penstemon bridgesii
 

Locations: Spring Hill.  

Spring Hill   7500 ft.
      620 Comandra
      749 Composite Hymenopappus filifolius var. eriopodus
      804  
      805  
      806 Grass
      665 Astragalus
      807 Astragalus
     
Spring on hill
      718 sedge
      808 Grass
      809 Rosa
      746 Carex
      664 Dodecatheon
      619 Grass
      766 Calochortus
 

Locations: Kyle Canyon.  

June 20
Kyle Canyon – West Side
      754 Draba
      540 Crucifer
 

Locations: Mary Jane Falls.  

Mary Jane Falls 8200 ft.
      754 Draba
      810 Crucifer
     
     
     
     
      612 Erigeron uncialis
      540 Crucifer
      593 Oenothera
 

Locations: Spring Hill.  

Spring Hill
      553 Cryptantha Jamesii var. abortive
      622 Ditaxis
     
June 20
Spring Hill
      800 Apocynum
     
Kyle Canyon Road
      811 Cirsium
      812 Opuntia
 

Locations: Lead Mine.  

June 21
Lead Mine Road
      813 Composite   7700 ft.
      756 Crucifer
      542 Cercocarpus
      782 Habenaria sparsiflora
      549 Corydalis
      775 Arenaria   8000 ft.
      561 Linum
      810 Crucifer
      543 Trifolium
      814 Opunita occidentalis
      721 Crucifer
      743 Crucifer
     
June 22
Lee Canyon and return
      735.1 Oenothera howardii (A. Nels.) Wagner
      593 Oenothera howardii (A. Nels.) Wagner
      767 Crucifer   10,320 ft.
      815 Pyrola   10,320 ft.
      816 Oenothera Potentilla crinata A. Gray (Wats.) var. lemmonii K & P 7800 ft.
      784 Thalictrum
      793 Crucifer
     
     
     
  Rocky Point, S. Lee Canyon  
      789 Erigeron
      802 Brickellia
 

Locations: Deer Creek.  

Deer Creek, 8000 ft.
      803 Potentilla See June 19
      744 Gilia pungens
 

Locations: Spring Hill.  

Spring Hill, 7500 ft.
      806 Grass
      808 Deschampsia caespitosa (L.) Beauv.
      808 Bromus carinatus L.
     
June 23
Base Spring Hill
      817 Clematis ligusticafolia
      813 Composite This entry is crossed out.
      766 Calochortus Crossed out. Fritillaria atropurpurea Nutt. det. Santana, 1980
     
Charleston Road, 3450 ft.
      854 Eriogonum
      855 Eriogonum
      810 Crucifer Lepidium
      (nos. 818 – 842 on pgs. 13 and 14)
     
     
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June 26
 
  West of Baker, Calif.  
 

Locations: Baker.  

843 Dalea spinosa Gray
      844 Petalonyx E[ast of] Baker
Tidestroma oblongiflora (Wats.) Standl.
 

Locations: Barstow.  

845 Abronia Between Yermo & Barstow
      351 See May 2 Cassia armata Wats. Between Barstow & Victorville
      846 Oenothera brevipes Between Barstow and Victorville.
 

Locations: Victorville.  

847 Croton californica var. mohavensis. West of Victorville.
      848 Composite Acamptopappus sphaerocephalus (Harv. & Gray) Gray var. hirtellus Blake. West of Victorville.
      849 Navarretia Eriastrum eremicum (Jeps.) Mason West of Victorville.
      850 Eriastrum plutiflorum (Heller) Mason. Mint Canyon, Los Angeles County.
      851 Nicotiana glauca Graham. 4 miles south of Newhall.
      852 Laganaria. Hollywood Hotel.
     
     
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Full Size Image Parker Dam, Colorado R., Calif – May 4, 1939  

Locations: Parker Dam.  

Parker Dam, Colorado R., Calif – May 4, 1939
Full Size Image Looking down river from Parker Dam, Calif.     Looking down river from Parker Dam, Calif.
     
     
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Full Size Image Parker Dam, Colorado R., Calif. May 4, 1939  

Locations: Parker Dam.  

Parker Dam, Colorado R., Calif. May 4, 1939
Full Size Image Parker Dam     Parker Dam, Colorado R., Calif., May 4, 1939
     
     
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Full Size Image Road to Gene Wash Intake, Parker Dam, Calif., May 7, 1939  

Locations: Gene Wash.  

Road to Gene Wash Intake, Parker Dam, Calif., May 7, 1939
Full Size Image Parker Dam Lake, Calif., May 4, 1939     Parker Dam Lake, Calif., May 4, 1939
     
     
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Full Size Image Gene Wash Intake, Parker Dam, Calif. May 7, 1939.  

Locations: Gene Wash.  

Gene Wash Intake, Parker Dam, Calif. May 7, 1939.
Full Size Image Gene Wash Intake, Parker Dam, Calif., May 7 1939.     Gene Wash Intake, Parker Dam, Calif., May 7 1939.
     
     
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Full Size Image Arm of Copper Basin L., Whipple Mts., Calif. May 5, 1939.  

Locations: Copper Basin Lake.  

Arm of Copper Basin L., Whipple Mts., Calif. May 5, 1939.
Full Size Image Gene Wash, Copper Basin Lake, Whipple Mts., Calif. May 5, ’39.     Gene Wash, Copper Basin Lake, Whipple Mts., Calif. May 5, ’39.
     
     
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Full Size Image Cereus giganteus. Power Line Rd., Whipple Mts, Calif. May 7, 1939  

Locations: Whipple Mountains.  

Cereus giganteus. Power Line Rd., Whipple Mts, Calif. May 7, 1939
Full Size Image Palo Verde in bloom. Parkinsonia microphyllum Power Line Rd., Whipple Mts., Calif. May 7, 1939.     Palo Verde in bloom. Parkinsonia microphyllum Power Line Rd., Whipple Mts., Calif. May 7, 1939.
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Dalea spinosa Bowman’s Wash, Whipple Mts., Calif. May 7, 1939  

Locations: Bowmans Wash.  

Dalea spinosa Bowman’s Wash, Whipple Mts., Calif. May 7, 1939
Full Size Image Parkinsonia microphylla in bloom, Power Line Rd., Whipple Mts., Calif. May 7, 1939.     Parkinsonia microphylla in bloom, Power Line Rd., Whipple Mts., Calif. May 7, 1939.
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Agave utahensis nevadensis Nolina bigelovii Road to N. W. side Copper Basin L., Whipple Mts., Calif. May 7, 1939  

Locations: Copper Basin Lake.  

Agave utahensis nevadensis Nolina bigelovii Road to N. W. side Copper Basin L., Whipple Mts., Calif. May 7, 1939
Full Size Image Road to N. W. side Copper Basin L., Whipple Mts., Calif. May 7, 1939.     Road to N. W. side Copper Basin L., Whipple Mts., Calif. May 7, 1939.
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Opuntia bigelovii. Rd. to N. W. side Copper Basin L., Whipple Mts., Calif., May 7, 1939.  

Locations: Copper Basin Lake.  

Opuntia Bigelovii. Rd. to N. W. side Copper Basin L., Whipple Mts., Calif., May 7, 1939.
Full Size Image On road to Gene Wash Intake, Parker Dam, Calif. May 7, 1939.     On road to Gene Wash Intake, Parker Dam, Calif. May 7, 1939.
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Monument Peak, Whipple Mts., Calif., from Bowman Wash, May 7, 1939  

Locations: Monument Peak.  

Monument Peak, Whipple Mts., Calif., from Bowman Wash, May 7, 1939
Full Size Image Monument Pk., from road to N. W. side Copper Basin L., Whipple Mts., Calif. May 7, 1939.     Monument Pk., from road to N. W. side Copper Basin L., Whipple Mts., Calif. May 7, 1939.
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Road to N. W. side Copper Basin L., Whipple Mts., Calif., May 7, 1939.  

Locations: Copper Basin Lake.  

Road to N. W. side Copper Basin L., Whipple Mts., Calif., May 7, 1939.
Full Size Image Northwest side Copper Basin L., Whipple Mts., Calif., May 7, 1939.  

Locations: Copper Basin Lake.  

Northwest side Copper Basin L., Whipple Mts., Calif., May 7, 1939.
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Colorado R., below Parker Dam, Calif., May 5, 1939  

Locations: Colorado River.  

Colorado R., below Parker Dam, Calif., May 5, 1939
Full Size Image Copper Basin L., Whipple Mts., Calif., May 6, 1939.  

Locations: Copper Basin Lake.  

Copper Basin L., Whipple Mts., Calif., May 6, 1939.
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Echinocactus acanthodes, Copper Basin, Whipple Mts., Calif., May 6, 1939.     Echinocactus acanthodes, Copper Basin, Whipple Mts., Calif., May 6, 1939.
Full Size Image Echinocactus acanthodes -- Copper Basin, Whipple Mts., Calif, May 6, 1939.     Echinocactus acanthodes -- Copper Basin, Whipple Mts., Calif, May 6, 1939.
     
     
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Full Size Image Cereus giganteus, Gene Wash – Copper Basin Road, Whipple Mts., Calif., May 5, 1939.  

Locations: Gene Wash.  

Cereus giganteus, Gene Wash – Copper Basin Road, Whipple Mts., Calif., May 5, 1939.
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Cereus giganteus. Gene Wash – Copper Basin Rd., Whipple Mts., Calif.     Cereus giganteus. Gene Wash – Copper Basin Rd., Whipple Mts., Calif.
     
     
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Full Size Image Crossroads, Calif., May 9, 1939.  

Locations: Cross Roads.  

Crossroads, Calif., May 9, 1939.
Full Size Image Canal – Water from Parker Dam Lake, Calif., May 9, 1939.     Canal – Water from Parker Dam Lake, Calif., May 9, 1939.
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Chilopsis linearis (Specimen #400) on road to Goffs from Needles, Calif., May 10, 1939.     Chilopsis linearis (Specimen #400) on road to Goffs from Needles, Calif., May 10, 1939.
Full Size Image Chilopsis linearis     Chilopsis linearis
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image New York Mts., Calif., May 10, 1939.  

Locations: New York Mountains.  

New York Mts., Calif., May 10, 1939.
Full Size Image One mile south of Barnwell, New York Mts., Calif., May 10, 1939  

Locations: Barnwell.  

One mile south of Barnwell, New York Mts., Calif., May 10, 1939
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Mormon Canyon, southeast Clark Mt. Station., Barstow – Las Vegas Highway, Calif., May 16, 1939.  

Locations: Mormon Canyon.  

Mormon Canyon, southeast Clark Mt. Station., Barstow – Las Vegas Highway, Calif., May 16, 1939.
Full Size Image Coliseum Mine Road, looking north to Kingston Peak., Calif., May 13, 1939.     Coliseum Mine Road, looking north to Kingston Peak., Calif., May 13, 1939.
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Approach to Kyle Canyon, Charleston Mts., Nev., May 25, 1939.  

Locations: Kyle Canyon.  

Approach to Kyle Canyon, Charleston Mts., Nev., May 25, 1939.
Full Size Image Opuntia acanthocarpa -- Mesa, 6700 ft., Kyle Canyon, May 25, 1939.     Opuntia acanthocarpa -- Mesa, 6700 ft., Kyle Canyon, May 25, 1939.
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Pinus ponderosa scopulorum (Specimen #583) Charleston Park Resort, 7500 ft., Charleston Mts., Nev., May 24, 1939.     Pinus ponderosa scopulorum (Specimen #583) Charleston Park Resort, 7500 ft., Charleston Mts., Nev., May 24, 1939.
Full Size Image Charleston Park Resort, Nev., June 21, 1939.  

Locations: Charleston Park Resort.  

Charleston Park Resort, Nev., June 21, 1939.
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Our cabin, Charleston Park Resort, 7000 ft., Charleston Mts., Nev. May  

Locations: Charleston Park Resort.  

Our cabin, Charleston Park Resort, 7000 ft., Charleston Mts., Nev. May 30, 1939.
Full Size Image Road from Kyle to Lee Canyon, looking south, Charleston Mts., Nev., June 22, 1939.     Road from Kyle to Lee Canyon, looking south, Charleston Mts., Nev., June 22, 1939.
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Kyle Canyon, Charleston Pk., from Spring Hills, Charleston Mts., Nev., May 26, 1939  

Locations: Kyle Canyon.  

Kyle Canyon, Charleston Pk., from Spring Hills, Charleston Mts., Nev., May 26, 1939
Full Size Image Cathedral Rock from Spring Hills, Charleston Mts., Nev., May 26, 1939  

Locations: Cathedral Rock.  

Cathedral Rock from Spring Hills, Charleston Mts., Nev., May 26, 1939
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Little Falls, Kyle Canyon, Charleston Mts., Nev., May 26, 1939.  

Locations: Little Falls.  

Little Falls, Kyle Canyon, Charleston Mts., Nev., May 26, 1939.
Full Size Image Kyle Canyon, Charleston Mts., Nev.     Kyle Canyon, Charleston Mts., Nev.
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Looking south from Lead mine, Charleston Mts., Nev., June 21, 1939  

Locations: Lead Mine.  

Looking south from Lead mine, Charleston Mts., Nev., June 21, 1939
Full Size Image Looking south from Spring Hill, Kyle Canyon, Charleston Mts., Nev., May 26, 1939     Looking south from Spring Hill, Kyle Canyon, Charleston Mts., Nev., May 26, 1939
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Lee Canyon, Charleston Mts., Nev., 8300 ft., May 24, 1939  

Locations: Lee Canyon.  

Lee Canyon, Charleston Mts., Nev., 8300 ft., May 24, 1939
Full Size Image Lee Canyon, Charleston Mts., Nev., 8650 ft., May 24, 1939     Lee Canyon, Charleston Mts., Nev., 8650 ft., May 24, 1939
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Abies concolor. Lead mine, Charleston Mts., Nev., June 21, 1939.  

Locations: Lead Mine.  

Abies concolor. Lead mine, Charleston Mts., Nev., June 21, 1939.
Full Size Image Pinus ponderosa scopulorim. Lead mine, June 21, 1939.     Pinus ponderosa scopulorim. Lead mine, June 21, 1939.
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Summit of ridge between Deer Ck., and Kyle Canyon, 9850 ft., Charleston Mts., Nev., June 17, 1939.     Summit of ridge between Deer Ck., and Kyle Canyon, 9850 ft., Charleston Mts., Nev., June 17, 1939.
Full Size Image Summit of ridge bet. Deer Cr. and Kyle Canyon, 9850 ft., below Mummy Rock, Charleston Mts., Nev., Pinus aristata, June 17, 1939.     Summit of ridge bet. Deer Cr. and Kyle Canyon, 9850 ft., below Mummy Rock, Charleston Mts., Nev., Pinus aristata, June 17, 1939.
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Pinus aristata -- girth 30 ft., ridge below Mummy Rock, 9850 ft., Chalreston Mts., Nev., June 17, 1939     Pinus aristata -- girth 30 ft., ridge below Mummy Rock, 9850 ft., Chalreston Mts., Nev., June 17, 1939
Full Size Image Weathered root of Pinus aristata, ridge below Mummy Rock, 9850 ft., Charleston Mts., Nev.     Weathered root of Pinus aristata, ridge below Mummy Rock, 9850 ft., Charleston Mts., Nev.
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Mummy Rock, Charleston Mts., Nev., June 17, 1939  

Locations: Mummy Rock.  

Mummy Rock, Charleston Mts., Nev., June 17, 1939
Full Size Image Kyle Canyon from ridge below Mummy Rock, Charleston Mts., Nev., June 17, 1939.     Kyle Canyon from ridge below Mummy Rock, Charleston Mts., Nev., June 17, 1939.
     
     
     
     
Full Size Image Lee Canyon from source of water supply, 10, 3000 ft., Charleston Mts., Nev., June 22, 1939.  

Locations: Lee Canyon.  

Lee Canyon from source of water supply, 10, 3000 ft., Charleston Mts., Nev., June 22, 1939.
Full Size Image Old road to water supply, Lee Canyon, Charleston Mts., Nev., June 22, 1939.     Old road to water supply, Lee Canyon, Charleston Mts., Nev., June 22, 1939.
     
     
1939 Clark Mt., Calif 31
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June 23
 

Locations: Coliseum Mine. Las Vegas.  

Drive in three hours from Las Vegas to the Coliseum Mine Road taking the Power Line Road soon after crossing the Nevada – California boundary. Make camp about one mile below the Coliseum Mine and in P. M. walk up a flat leading to the canyon that drains the narrow belt of firs at the base of the north facing cliffs of Clark Mt., a heavy growth of shrubs on the flat or mesa including Fallugia, Coleogyne, Lycium, Ephedra, and three species of Opuntia. Penstemon palmeri is now in seed.
     
June 24
 

Locations: Clark Mountain.  

Today walked to the base of the cliffs of Clark Mountain facing north and sheltering a narrow belt of white fir. The canyon which drains this part of the mountain forks at the upper end forming the two basins which contain the fir forest. In climbing we took the right hand fork having to go around two rocks on precipices in the canyon and soon after we had reached the basin. It was a stiff up hill pull to the base of the cliffs at 7500 ft altitude. On the way noted Salvia in bloom, Garrya in fruit, and small plants in flower, the commonest one being a species of parsley(?) gone to seed. We had intended following around the base of the cliffs for rock loving plants but the climb had consumed too much time. However, we did find a few rock plants in sheltered places.
     
     
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  May 10 See plants.  
 

Locations: Needles.  

400 Chilopsis linearis (Cov.) Sweet   11.3 mi. N. W. Needles
      401 Datura discolor D. meteloides DC. 13.3 mi. N. W. Needles.
      402 Cucurbita palmate Wats. 20.8 mi. N. W. Needles.
 

Locations: New York Mountains.  

403 Composite Eriophyllum pringlei Gray South slope N. Y. Mts.
    404 Delphinium Parishii or amabile ? South slope N. Y. Mts.
    405 Krameria canescens South slope N. Y. Mts.
    406 Brickellia South slope N. Y. Mts.
    407 Navarretia South slope N. Y. Mts.
    408 Eriophyllum Wallacei South slope N. Y. Mts.
    409 Mirabilis bigelovii Gray var. retrosa (Haller) Munz Mesa N. Y. Mts. 3850 ft.
    410 Layia glandulosa Mesa N. Y. Mts. 3850 ft.
    411 Calochortus Kennedyi Mesa N. Y. Mts. 4400 ft.
 

Locations: Barnwell.  

412 Erigeron 1 mi. S. Barnwell.
    413 Erigeron Mesa 4450 ft.
    414 Gilia latifolia Mesa 4400 ft.
    415   Mesa 4400 ft.
    416 Phlox stansburyi (Torr.) Heller Mesa 4500 ft.
    417 Brickellia incana Gray Mesa 4500 ft.
    418 Senecio Mesa 4500 ft.
    419 Erigeron pumilis Nutt. ssp. concinnoides Cronq. Wash 4600 ft., Juniper & Joshua trees.
    420 Cryptantha tumulosa Wash 4600 ft., Juniper & Joshua trees.
    421 Artemisia Franseria eriocentra Gray Wash 4600 ft., Juniper & Joshua trees.
    422 Penstemon Wash 4600 ft., Juniper & Joshua trees.
    423 Lupinus ? rubens Rydb. Wash 4600 ft., Juniper & Joshua trees.
    424 Salvia carnosa = S. dorrii (Kell.) Abram Wash 4600 ft., Juniper & Joshua trees.
    425 Fallugia Wash 4600 ft., Juniper & Joshua trees.
    426 Phacelia Verbena goodingii Briq. North slope N. Y. Mts.
 

Locations: Ivanpah.  

427 Phacelia 1½ mi. E. Ivanpah
    428 Lepidium near Ivanpah
     
 

Locations: Clark Mountain.  


  May 11 10
  Clark Mt. Station, 4400 ft.  
    430 Penstemon Palmeri
    431 Stanleya pinnata (Pursh.) Britton
    432 Cowania
 

Locations: Mormon Canyon.  

May 12 Mormon Canyon
2 mi. S.E. Clark Mt. Station 4600 ft.
    433 Coleogyne ramosissima
    434 Castilleja
    435 Arenaria macradenia var. parishiorum
    436 Linanthus maculates
    437 Allium Dorr Cave, Mormon Canyon, 5400 ft.
    438 Linum Dorr Cave, Mormon Canyon, 5400 ft.
 

Locations: Dorr Cave.  

439 Composite, Trail to Dorr Cave
    440 Mimulus, Trail to Dorr Cave
    441 Senecio, Trail to Dorr Cave
    442 Mentzelia albicaulis, Trail to Dorr Cave
    443 (Blank), Trail to Dorr Cave
      444 (Blank), Trail to Dorr Cave
      Collection No. 444 not found in SMASCH
    445 Tragia seylaris Muell-Arg., Trail to Dorr Cave.
    446 Ephedra viridis Cov. , Trail to Dorr Cave, 5,000 ft.
    447 Cheilanthes
    448 Cowania mexicana, Dorr’s cabin.
      449 Yucca baccata, Dorr’s cabin, 5,000 ft.This collection not found in SMASCH, entered it into Observation table, instead of the Collection table.
 

Locations: Mormon Canyon.  

450 Cereus mohavensis, Mormon canyon
      451 Orobanche cooperi, Mormon canyon. This collection not found in SMASCH, entered it into the Observation table instead of the Collection table.
    452 Pinus monophylla, Mormon canyon
      453 Juniperus californica, Mormon canyon. This collection is more likely J. osteosperma, but was not found in SMASCH. It has been entered in this web site as an Observation, rather than a Collection.
    454 Thamnosma Montana, Mormon canyon
    455 Grass Poa longiligula, Mormon canyon
    456 Festuca octoflora Walt., Mormon canyon
    457 Cheilanthes feei Moore, Mormon canyon
     
     
     
     
 

Locations: Mormon Canyon.  

459 Oenothera caespitosa Nutt. var. marginata (Nutt.) Munz (orig. det.); subsp. crinata (Rydb.) Munz, det. W. L. Wagner Unable to read date., Mormon canyon
    460 Lycium cooperi, Mormon canyon.
    461 Calochortus aureus, Mormon canyon.
    462 Oenothera multijuga Wats. var. parviflora (Wats.) Munz, Mormon canyon
    463 Spirea caespitosa, Mormon canyon.
    464 Juniperus
 

Locations: Clark Mountain.  

May 13
Power Line Road, W slope Clark Mt., 4000 ft.
    466 Acamptopappus Schockleyi Gray
    467 Parosela Fremontii Dalea Fremontii Torr. var. minutifolia (Parish) L. Benson JEPS68901 has a determination of Psorothamnus arborescens (Torr. ex A. Gray) Barneby var. minutifolius (Parish) Barneby, while UC626059 has a determination of P. fremontii (Torr. ex A. Gray) Barneby var. fremontii
    468 Tiquilia canescens (DC.)A. T. Richardson var. canescens.
 

Locations: Coliseum Mine.  

469 Salazaria mexicana Torr., Colisseum Mine road, 4600 ft.
    470 Gaura coccinea (Nutt.) Parish, Colisseum Mine road, 4600 ft.
    471   Near mine
    472 Penstemon centranthifolius, Near mine.
    473 Physaria chambersi Rollins, Near mine.
    474 Streptanthus (Caulanthus) crassicaulis (Torr.) Wats.
    475  
    476   Mesa Power Line Rd.
      477   Near mine.No record of this collection in herbarium.
    478 Astragalus lentiginosus, Near mine.
    479 Romneya coulteri, Near mine.
    480 Cheilanthes
    481 Psilostrophe cooperi, Power line road, 4000 ft.
    482 Navarretia Langloisia setosissima (T&G) Greene ssp. punctata (Coville) Timbrook, Timbrook 1978, Power line road, 4000 ft.
 

Locations: Mountain Pass.  

May 14
S. slope Clark Mt. Road to old zinc mine opposite Mountain Pass Service Station
    483 Composite. Haplopappus linearifolius DC. ssp. interior (Cov.) Hale. Ericameria linearifolia (DC.) Urbatsch & Wussow, det. Urbatsch, 1979.
    484 Cryptantha confertiflora (Greene) Payson
     
     
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    485 Phacelia
    486 Phacelia Fremontii Torr.
    487 Astragalus
    488 488.1 488.2 Fraxinus anomala Wats. (Fruit: see June 25) 6000 ft.
    489 Ribes cereum Dougl.
      490 Symphoricarpus This collection not found in SMASCH.
    491 Arabis
    492 Oenothera caespitosa Nutt. subsp. marginata (Nutt. ex Hook. & Arn.) Munz
    493 Composite Asclepias asperula (Dene.) Woodson
    494 Grass Poa longiligula Scribn. & Williams
    495 Garrya
    496 Mirabilis froebelli Clark Mt. Sta. 4400 ft.
      497 Yucca mohavensis Clark Mt. Sta. 4400 ft. This collection was not found in SMASCH.
 

Locations: Clark Mountain Station.  

May 15
Clark Mt. Station
    498 Cowania
    499 Composite Dyssodia Thurberi Gray
      500 Chaenactis This collection was not found in SMASCH.
    501 Hymenoclea salsola
    502 Navarretia Langloisia setosissima (T. & G.) Greene ssp. punctata (Coville) Timbrook. Timbrook 1978.
    503 Nemacladus rigidus
 

Locations: Coliseum Mine.  

504 Eschscholtzia glyptosperma May 13 near Colisseum mine.
 

Locations: Mormon Canyon.  

505 Fallugia   Mormon Canyon.
    506 Amelanchier   Mormon Canyon.
 

Locations: Mescal Spring.  

Mescal Spring 4700 ft.
1½ mi. S. E. Mountain Pass.
    507 Lupinus ? rubens Rydb.
    508 Eschscholtzia minutiflora
    509 Lomatium
    510  
     
     
    13
     
    511 Symphoricarpus
    512 Baccharis viminea
 

Locations: Clark Mountain Station.  

May 16
Mesa, Clark Mt. Station
      513 Composite This collection was not found in SMASCH.
    514 Baileya multiradiata
 

Locations: Mescal Spring Canyon.  

515 Viguiera multiflora (Nutt.) Blake var. nevadensis (Nels.) Blake. Mescal Spring Canyon, 4750 ft.
    516 Syntrichopappus fremontii Gray Mescal Spring Canyon, 5000 ft.
    517 Allium nevadense Wats.
    518 Composite
    519 Montia Limia utahensis Rydb.
    520  
    521 Layia glandulosa
    522 Chaenactis steviodes
 

Locations: Mormon Canyon.  

523 Delphinium Parishii or amabile ? Mormon Canyon.
      524 Sphaeralcea ambigua   Mormon Canyon This collection not found in SMASCH.
     
June 24
Power line road to junction Colisseum Mine Road, California
    818 Navarretia Langloisia setosissima (T. & G.) Greene ssp. Setosissima Timbrook 1978 5 mi., E
    819 Lepidium
 

Locations: Coliseum Mine.  

Colisseum Mine Road
      430 Penstemon Palmeri   4700 ft. This appears to be a duplicate field notes entry. See also Collection No. 430 on Page 10.
 

Locations: Clark Mountain.  

N. slope Clark Mt., 5000 ft.
    820 Opuntia acanthocarpa
    821 Opuntia erinacea
    822 822.1 822.2 Arenaria macradenia Wats. var. Parishorum Robins
    823 Menodora scoparia Engelm.
    824 Castilleja
    825 Brickellia
     
 

Locations: Clark Mountain.  


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June 25
North facing slope of Clark Mt.
 
    826 Galium
    822 Arenaria See Collection No. 822 on previous page.
    827 Whipplea utahensis = Fendlerella utahensis (Wats.) Heller 6000 & 7500 ft.
    828 Brickellia 6000 ft.
    829 Gilia Aggregata = Ipomopsis aggregata cf. ssp. arizonica 7000 ft.
    830 Lomatium parryi Wats. 6500 ft.
    831 Senecio stygius Greene 6000 – 7500 ft.
    832 Phacelia perityloides
    833 Composite
    783 Composite
    834 Penstemon eatonii Gray   7000 ft.
    835 Crucifer Lesquerella latifolia A. Nels.   7500 ft.
    836 Erigeron uncialis Blake   7500 ft.
    837 Gilia pungens var. tenuiloba   7500 ft.
      838 Symphoricarpus   7500 ft. This collection not found in SMASCH.
    839 Saxifrage Heuchera rubescens Torr. var. alpicola Jeps.   7500 ft.
    840 Ribes cereum Dougl.
    841 Frasera albomarginata Wats.   7000 ft.
    842 Composite Petradoria pumila (Nutt.) Greene   6500 ft.
    488.2 Fraxinus anomala Wats.
      June 26, 1939 (?)
    351.2 Cassia armata Wats.
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