Creator

John Muir

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Very few daisies or golden-rods. 39 species of Baccharis and 22 species of Senecio. 34 species of Paspalum, 39 species of Panacum, 6 of Melica. Pterocoulon, also common in the Ar. forests of Brazil. Escalonia Montevidensis (saxifrage). Also Sellowyiana (saxifrage) common also to Brazil. Bushes are small trees; along streams and around meadows. Combreta terminal, Australian tree, 20 or 30 feet high. Combretum leprosum, 7 to 10 ft high.

Date Original

November 1911

Source

Original journal dimensions: 10 x 17 cm.

Resource Identifier

MuirReel30Journal09P114-115.tif

Publisher

Holt-Atherton Special Collections, University of the Pacific Library

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Keywords

John Muir, journals, drawings, writings, travel, journaling, naturalist

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