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|Determination||Equisetum laevigatum |
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|Collector, number, date||C. F. Baker, 1965, 1903-4-14|
|Notes||2-3 ft. A small colony in a soft clay bog. Usually the ridges have cross-wales instead of two rows of dots. I should call it the var. californicum, however, as the sheaths are longer than in robustum and there are silex dots of rosulae in the grooves.;|
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