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Oct. 25 Laurel & Ceanothus begin west of [[underlined]] Penryan [[/underlined]] Aeseulus at Penryan [[strikethrough]] and [[/strikethrough]] Rhamnus cal. at Rocklin & Lodi Soil hard & red Rock soft granite Quercus (wacrifolia) [[underlined]] Newcastle [[/undelrined]] Red soil, mixed rock, Arctostaphylos & Q. lobata [[underlined]] Auburn [[/underlined]] Same [[underlined]] Clipper Gap [[/underlined]] Pseudotsuga now begins 1 More P. Ponderosa Less P. sabinions [[Casnesbatia pholsera?]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] New England [[/underlined]] Mills A new short leaved Pine - P. lambertiana [[underlined]] Oct. 26 [[/underlined]] Colfax. [[underlined]] Plants at Colfax [[/underlined]] Pinus p. beuthainarria, com " [[Ditto for: Pinus]] lambertiana, [[Ditto for: com]] " [[Ditto for: Pinus]] sabinana, scarce Quercus (platyphylla) com. " [[Ditto for: Quercus]] chrysolepis com. " [[Ditto for: Quercus]] douglassii rare. " [[Ditto for: Quercus]] (small leaved bofia. scrubby) Arctostaphylos plalyphylla, abn Laurel, abn. Ceanothus, 2 same as lower - Rhamnus cal. com - Umbellularia, a few - com. Pseudotauga, com - N. Aesculus fla. abn. Chamaebatia foliolosa, abn Cercis, com
Latin names checked. Anything I'm not sure of I've put in [[?]] Penryan = Penryn , a town near Lodi and Rocklin (wacrifolia) = agrifolia
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