Not much that is new can be presented on the forest flora of the state of California. The interesting forest flora of California has been worked over most carefully by a large number of eminent botanists; of the later contributions we may mention a few of the more recent: namely, the work of Willis Linn Jepson, "The Trees of California" and by the same author "The Silva of California," published in 1914, which is the most complete and exhaustive treatise on trees of any given local region; the work of Sudworth, "Forest Trees of the Pacific Slope;" the work of Sargent, "Manual of the Forest Trees of North America Exclusive of Mexico" and his monumental work, "The Silva of North America" in fourteen volumes, and Britton's "North American Trees."
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Pammel, L. H.
"Some Notes on California Forest Flora,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 23(1), 494-517.
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