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[[underlined]] El Toro [[/underlined]]
[[underlined]] Capistrano [[/underlined]]
Cactus, dry; sandy.
[[underlined]] Ocean [[/underlined]], along shores
[[underlined]] Las Flores [[/underlined]] - aboard
big tar weed pastures, mounds.

[[underlined]] Oceanside [[/underlined]]

[[underlined]] San Marcus [[/underlined]]

[[underlined]] Twin Oaks [[/underlined]]

[[underlined]] June 7 [[/underlined]]

[[underlined]] June [[/underlined]] 9, to Escondido & return

[[underlined]] June 10 [[/underlined]] Sunday.

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[[underlined]] Twin Oaks [[/underlined]] June 12

Quercus agrifolia
" [[Ditto for: Quercus]]
Rhus aromatica
" [[Ditto for: Rhus]] toxico -
" [[Ditto for: Rhus]] big leaf
Ceonothus thyrsiflorus
" [[Ditto for: Ceonothus]] cordatus?
Salvia " [[Ditto for: Erreogonum]] white sage
" [[Ditto for: Salvia]] blue sage
Prunus ilicifolia
" [[Ditto for: Ribes]]
" [[Ditto for: Arctostaphylos]]
" [[Ditto for: Yucca]]
Phaselia big
" [[Ditto for: Phaselia]] tall
Artemesia ludoviciana
" [[Ditto for: Artemesia]] filifolia ?
Cercocarpus parvifolius
Madia? tar weed
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