Reports Upon the Botanical Collections Made in Portions of Nevada, Utah, California, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona; During the Years 1871, 1872, 18

Reports Upon the Botanical Collections Made in Portions of Nevada, Utah, California, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona; During the Years 1871, 1872, 18

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1878 edition. Excerpt: ...its lobes crested with a fiinge; anthers versatile; seeds flat, winged. Collomia Linearis, Nutt (Watson, I. c. p. 261).--Utah, Watson's Rep.; South Park, Colorado, July, 1873, Wolf (686, 687). Collomia Gracilis, Dougl. (Watson, I. c. p. 262).--Denver, Colo., June, 1873, Wolf (354). Collomia Gilioides, Benth. Gilia divaricata, Nutt. Pl. Gamb. p. 4; Watson, I. c. p. 464).--Willow Spring, Arizona, July, 1874, Rothrock (233). Collomia Cavanillesiana, Don. (Cray, I. c. p. 260; Watson, I. c. p. 465).--Big Dry Fork, Arizona, 1873, Loew (678); Camp Grant, at 5,250 feet elevation, Rothrock (439); Chiricahua Mountains, August 1, 1874, Rothrock (536); Black River, at 4,500 feet elevation, September, 3 874, Rothrock (788). Collomia Longiflora, Gray (Proc. Am. Acad. 8, p. 261; Watson, I. c. p. 465).--San Francisco Mountains, Arizona, 1871, 1872, Watson's Rep.; Denver, Colo., June, 1873, Wolf (675, 677); deserts of New Mexico, 1873, Loew; Camp Bowie, Ariz., August, 1874, Rotluock (4i 2); Deer Spring (180). Collomia Aggregata (Gilia aggregata, Spieng; Watson, /. c. p. 269).--Arizona, Nevada, and Utah, 1871, 1872, Watson's Rep.; Arizona, 1873, Loew (305, 744); Blue River, Colorado, June, 1873, Wolf (745); Rocky Canon, Arizona, July, 1874, Rothrock (275); White Mountains, Arizona, at 9,000 feet elevation, September, 1874, Rothrock (810).--An examination of a goodly number of specimens of Gilia aggregata, Spreng., from different stations in the Rocky Mountains and California, brings to light a character in the species which has been overlooked, --the unequal insertion of the stamens. The degrees of variation in this respect are remarkable and so gradual as to rule out the supposition of dimorphism. In the extreme cases, they are included, on the one side, in the..show more

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  • English
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  • 1236621735
  • 9781236621733