DR. A. J. Sharp




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Every afternoon the fog from the east (probably the Gulf) closes in on the higher mountains. Trees and plants drip wether accompanied by a light rain or not. Down below in the valley it usually rains.
Fungi seen but not collected: Amanita chlorinosma (young but with characteristic odor), A. rubescens, Russula (red-top), young Agaricus, Boletus, and many others. “Fleshies” were abundant. Collected my first earth-tongues (black).
Non-vascular cryptogams: 576-630.
Near El Puerto, above Acultzingo, Veracruz

7600-7800 feet

Remnants of cloud forest (see previous page)

September 6, 1944


44634. Yellow, liliaceous. Moist slope, edge of

thicket. 7600ft


44635. Euphorbia Edge of thicket. 7600ft
44636. Peperomia botteri C.DC Moist soil in thicket. 7600ft

vel. aff. (Det. T.G. Tucker)


44637. Cuscuta woodsonii Yunker On various herbs and small shrubs.

7600ft (Det. T.G. Tucker)


44638. Erigeron canadiensis Edge of clearing. 7700ft
44639. Aster Moist soil in semi-shade. 7700ft
44640. Pilea guercifolia Moist, shaded slope. 7700ft

(Det. A.J.S.).


44641. Gaura sinuata Nutt. Moist open slope (grassy). 7800 ft.

(Det. P.A. Munz).


44641a. Arenaria reptans Moist open slope (grassy). 7800 ft.

(Det. A.J.S).


44642. Lantana achyranthifolia Dest. Moist grassy slope. 7800ft

(Det. A. Cronquist).


44643. Oenothera rosea Ait. Moist grassy slope. 7800 ft.

(Det. P.A. Munz).


44644. Prionosciadium thapsoides (Much like Curtissii?) Edge of thicket.

(D.C.) Math. 7800 ft.


44645. Ambrosia peruviana Willd. Open grasy slope. 7800 ft.

(Det. D.D. Keck).


44646. Bean-vine-scarlet. Edge of thicket on

slope. 7800 ft.


44647. Peperomia liebmanii C.DC.? Branch of a large oak. 7800 ft.

(Det. T.G. Yuncker).


44648. Urtica spiralis Wet shaded soil. 7800 ft.

(Det. A.J.S.)


44649. Setaria geniculata (Lam.) Beauv. Moist open slope. 7800 ft.

(Det. J.R. Swallen).


44650. Brachiaria meziana Hitchc. Moist , open, grassy slope. 7800 ft.

(Det. J.R. Swallen).


44651. Salvia keerlii Benth. Moist slope. 7800 ft.

(Det. Carl Epling).


44652. Moist grassy slope. 7800ft
44653. Malvaceae Edge of cornfield. 7800ft
44654. Cucurbitaceae In moist thicket. 7800ft
44655. Stellaria ovata Edge of moist thicket. 7800ft

(Det. A.J.S.).


44656. Edge of moist thicket. 7800ft
44657. Selaginella poeppigiana Wet, shaded soil. 7800ft

(H. & G.) Spring (Det. C.V. Morton).


44658. Fuchsia pringlei 5 ft. with minute, white to pale pink flowers

Robinson & Seaton Moist thickets. 7800ft

(Det. P.A. Munz).
44659. Circaea-like plant Edge of moist thicket. 7800ft

Lopezia racemosa Cav. (Det. P.A. Munz).


44660. Carex praegracilis W. Boott. Between path and thicket. 7800 ft.

(Det. F. Hermann).


44661. Cornus Moist slope.( About 18 ft. tall apple – type

tree).
44662. Fuchsia minutiflora Hemsley Shrub. Thicket. 7800 ft. (Det. P.A. Munz).


44663. Geranium seemanni Peyr. Between path & thicket. 7800 ft.

(Det. H. E. Moore)


44664. Vicia Moist thickets. 7800 ft.
44665. Thalictrum conzattii Moist thickets. 7800 ft. (Det. B. Boiniv.).
44666. Monnina xalapensis Tall (10 ft) shrub almost legume-like flower.

Thicket moist. 7800 ft. (Det. A.J.S).


44667. Pteridium aquilinum var. Moist thicket. 7800 ft. (Det. C.V. Morton).

feei (Schaffn.) Maxon


44668. Citharexylum gleasonianum 10 ft. shrub. Moist thicket. 7800 ft.

Moldenke (Det. H.N. Moldenke)


44669. Rubus n. sp.? Affin. R. New canes frequently rooting at tip.

adenotrichos Moist thickets. (Det. L.H. Bailey).
44670. Prunella vulgaris L. Moist open area. 7700 ft. (Det. Carl Epling).
44671. Hypericum paniculatum HBK Edge of thicket. 7700 ft. (Det. A.J.S.).
44672. Fragaria mexicana Schlecht. Edge of thicket. 7800 ft. (Det. R. McVaugh).
44673. Halenia brevicornis (HBK) G. Don Moist thicket. 7750 ft.

var. latifolia (Det. A J.S.)


44674. Viola (a) V. humilis HBK Open grassy area. 7700 ft. (Det. Milo

(b) V. reptans Rob. Baker).


44675. Panicum sphaerocarpon. Ell. Moist, open grassy area. 7700 ft.

(Det. J.R. Swallen)


44676. (Minute) Edge of thicket. 7700 ft.
44677. Valeriana sorbifolia HBK. Moist shaded soil. 7700ft

var. barbareafolia (Mart. & Gal.) (Det. F. G. Meyer).

F. G. Mey.
44678. Hieracium Moist shaded soil. 7700 ft.
44679. Scutellaria caerulea Moist shaded soil. 7700 ft.

Moc. & Sesse (Det. Carl Epling).


44680. Osmorhiza mexicana Griseb. (No anise odor) Moist shaded soil.

7700 ft. (Det. L. Constance).


44581. Desmodium molliculum Edge of thicket. 7700 ft.

(HBK) DC: (Det. B.G. Schubert).


44682. Lepechina schiedeana Edge of thicket. 7800 ft. (Det. Carl Epling).

(Schlecht.) Vatke

44683. Malaxis ehrenbergii Moist shaded soil. 7700 ft.

(Raichb. f. ) Kuntze (Det. D.S. Correll).


44684. Salvia Moist shaded soil. 7700 ft.
44685. Micropleura renifolia Lag. (Sprawling) Moist shaded soil. 7700ft

(Det. L. Constance).


44686. Poa annua. L. Moist soil near spring. 7800ft

(Det. J. R. Swallen).


44687. Cystopteris fragilis (L.) Bernh. Moist shaded soil. 7700 ft.

(Det. C. V. Morton).


44688. Poa sp. Moist, shaded soil. 7700 ft.

(Det. J. R. Swallen).


44689. Lycurus phleoides HBK Moist soil. 7700 ft. (Det. J. R. Swallen).
44690. Malaxis fastigiata Moist shaded soil. 7700 ft.

(Raichb. f.) Kuntze (Det. D. S. Correll).


44691. Cardamine fulcrata Greene Moist shaded soil. 7700-7800 ft.

(Det. R. Rollins).


44692. Plantago Edge of oak stand. 7700 ft.
44693. Ranunculus pilosus, R. Moist shaded soil. 7700 ft.

petiolaris var. hookeri (Det. L. Benson).
44694. Houstonia Moist soil. 7700 ft.
44695. Sanicula liberta Cham & Schlecht. Moist shaded soil. 7700 ft.

(Det. L. Constance).


44696.Scutellaria caerulea Moc. & Sesse (could be same as 44679) Moist shade

soil (Det. Carl Epling).


44697. Gallium? Moist shaded soil. 7700 ft.
44698. Umbellifer. Open soil beside path. 7800 ft.

Tauchia nudicaulis Schlecht. (Det. L. Constance).
44699. Govenia sp. (Near tipularia?) Moist shaded soil.

7700ft (Det. D.S. Correll).


44700. Euphorbia Moist open grassy area. 7700 ft.
44701. Adiantum poiretii Wikstr. Moist shaded soil. 7700 ft.

(Det. C. V. Morton).


44702. Houstonia Moist shaded soil. 7700 ft.
44703. Salvia excelsa Benth. (shrub 5 ft.) Moist shaded soil. 7700 ft.

(Det. Carl Epling).


44704. Arenaria reptans Hemsl Moist shaded soil. 7700 ft. (Det. F. Browers)
44705. Daucus montana Humb.&Bonpl. Edge of moist thicket. 7650 ft.

(Det. L. Constance).


44706. Moist thicket. 7650 ft.
44707. Fuchsia encliandra Steudel. Moist shaded soil. 7700 ft.

(Det. P.A. Munz).


44708. (8 ft. vine( Thickets. 7650 ft.
44709. Smilacina Moist shaded soil. 7700 ft.
44710. Mecardonia procumbens (yellow flowers) Moist, open grassy area.

(Mill.) Small 7650 ft. (Det. W.F. Pennell).


44711. Cosmos diversifolius Otto Open grassy area in gap. 7600 ft. var. typicus Sherff (Det. E. E. Sherff).

44712. Polypodium plebejum C.& S: Base of an oak. 7700 ft. (Det. C. V. Morton)

mixed with P. plesiosorum Kunze
44713. Botrychium virginianum ssp. Moist shaded soil. 7700 ft.

meridionale (Butters) Clausen (Det. R. T. Clausen).
44714. Lepidium virginicum L. var. Moist grasssy area in gap. 7600 ft.

centrali-americanum (Thell.) (Det. R. Rollins).

C. L. Hitchc.

44715. Erigeron Open grassy area in gap. 7600 ft.
44716. Erodium cicutarium (L.) L’Her. Open grassy area in gap. 7600 ft.

(Det. H. E. Moore).


44717. Peperomia lindeniana Miq. On limb of an oak. 7700 ft.

vel aff. (Det. T. G. Yuncker).


44718. Desmosdium Moist thicket. 7650 ft.
44729. Potentilla leptopetala Lehm. Edge of thicket. 7650 ft.

(Det. R. McVaugh).


44720. Tauchia nudicaulis Schlecht. (note rust) Edge of thicket. 7650 ft.

(Det. L. Constance).


44721. Jagetes filifolia Log. Moist grasssy area in gap. 7600 ft.

(Det. D. D. Keck).


44722. Stevia eupatoria Willd. Moist grassy area in gap. 7600 ft.

(Det. D. D. Keck).


44723. Verbena elegans HBK Moist grassy area in gap. 7600 ft.

(Det. H. N. Moldenke).


44724. Trifolium Edge of thicket. 7650 ft.
44725. Verbena carolina L. Moist grasssy area in gap. 7600 ft.

(Det. H. N. Moldenke).


44726. Acalypha Edge of thicket. 7650 ft.
44727. Alchemilla pectinata H.B.K. Moist thicket. 7650 ft. (Det. R. McVaugh).
44728. Nothoscordum bivalve (L.) Britton Moist grassy area in gap. 7600ft

(Det. M. Ownbey).


44729. Galium Edge of thicket. 7650 ft.
44730. Ranunculus petiolaris Moist grassy area in gap. 7600 ft.

var. hookeri (Det. L. Benson).


44731. Houstonia. Moist grassy area near gap. 7600 ft.
44732. Moist thicket. 7650 ft.
44733. Trifolium Open (moist) grassy area near gap. 7600 ft.
44734. Polygala perennis Blake Moist grassy area in gap. 7600 ft.

(Det. A. J. Sharp).


44735. Anagallis arvensis L. (orange-flowered) Moist grassy

area in gap. 7600 ft. (Det. A. J. S. ).


44736. Eryngium beecheyanum Moist grassy area in gap. 7600 ft.

Hook. & Arn. (Det. L. Constance).


44737. Anagalis arvensis L. (blue flowered) Moist grassy area in gap.

7600 ft. (Det. A. J. S. ).


44738. Prostrate. Moist grassy area in gap.

7600 ft.
44739. Eragrostis intermedia Hitch. Edge of thicket. 7650 ft. (Det. R. J. Swallen)


44740. Cuphaea Edge of thicket. 7650 ft.
44741. Oxalis (prostrate, yellow-glowered).

Moist grassy area at gap. 7600 ft.


44742. Sisyrynchium (blue-flowered) Edge of thicket. 7650ft
44743. Oenothera (Hartmannia) rosea (Red-pink-flowered). Open grassy area

Ait. near gap. 7650 ft. (Det. P. A. Munz).


44744. Aegopodon cenchroides Moist shaded soil. 7700 ft.

Humb. & Bonpl. .(Det. J. R. Swallen).


44745. Prostrate shrub. Edge of thickets.

7650 ft.
44746. Cuphaea sp. Moist thickets. 7650-7700 ft.

(Det. R. C. Foster)
44747. Helianthenum Edge of thickets. 7650 ft.
44748.Grindelia inuloides Willd. Moist grassy area in gap. 7600 ft.

(Det. D. D. Keck).


44749. Smilax jalapensis (hispid base) In moist, oak thickets.

7600 ft. (Det. C. V. Morton).


44750. Jagetes lucida Cav. (anise odor! ) Moist gras area in gap. 7600 ft. (Det. D. D. Keck).
44751. Paspalum notatum Fl. Moist grassy area near gap. 7650 ft.

(Det. J. R. Swallen).


44752. Juncus imbricatus Laharpe Moist grassy area at gap. 7600 ft.

(Det. F. Hermann).


44753. Panicum cupreum H. & C. Moist grassy area near gap. 7650 ft.

(Det. J. R. Swallen).


44754. Cyperus Moist open area. 7700ft
44755. Cyperus Moist shaded soil. 7750ft
44756. Cyperus Moist trailside soil. 7800ft
44757. Carex xalapensis Kunth Moist grassy area at gap. 7600ft

(Det. F. Hermann).


44758. Carex anisostachys Liebm. Edge of thickets. 7700 ft.

(Det. F. Hermann).


44759. Carex xapalensis Kunth Edge of thickets. 7700 ft.

(Det. F. Hermann).


44760. Carex longicaulis Bock. Edge of thickets. 7800 ft.

(Det. F. Hermann).


44761. Edge of thickets. 7650 ft.
Pyramid at Cholula, Puebla, Mexico

Sept. 10, 1944


44762. Tecoma stans (Small tree) yellow flowers.

Slope of pyramid. 7700ft


44763. Cardiospermum Base of pyramid. 7000ft
44764. Cynanchum (Metastelma) (Green vine) Base of pyramid.

7000 ft. (Det. R. E. Woodson)


Between Tecamaluca and ojo zarco (above Chugala, Veracruz?) which in turn are between Acultzingo and Mendoza, Veracruz. Sept. 12, 1944.

Elevation of the collections – 4300 feet.


I arrived in Orizaba around 3 p.m. from Puebla. After depositing my equipment in a room at the Gran Hotel de France, I immediately took the Flecha Roja bus back up the road towards Acultzingo. I got off at Tecamaluca and walked 3 km. back down the road to Ojo Zarco collecting along the roadsides. At one place I was beset by little ants which bit like fire. I also noticed a paper wasp nest, much like those in eastern U.S: I was not prepared for collecting either.
One of the main plants growing on the willows along the roadside, was poison ivy (actually in fruit). I was not prepared today to test the toxicity of it, so six inches was as close as I came to it.
Along the roadside ditches are found Sambucus (like canadensis), Lobelia (like cardinalis); Asclepias (similar to A. tuberosa), etc.

Are these chance escapes or are they indigenous? I can’t tell.

That combination with poson ivy is remarkable.
Collected on willow – one moss - # 631.
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(all sites moist or wet. All elevations: 4300ft)


44765. Salvia purpurea Cav. about 4 ft. herb. Roadside ditch.

(Det. Carl Epling)


44766. Taxodium Riverside (Rio Blanco ?)
44767. Solidago Roadside blank.
44768. Hibiscus (red, tubular flowers) escape?

Roadside ditch bank.


44769. Cremastapus minimus (vine) Roadside.
44770. Roadside blank.
44771. Rhynchosia (vine) (yellowish-orange flowers)

Roadside bushes


44772. Lobelia cardinalis common, roadside.

(Det. R. Mc. Vaugh).


44773. Sambucus canadensis common , roadside
44774. Shrubby vine. Bank of ditch
44775. Equisetum myriochaetum C. & S. (branches at right angles) Bank of roadside ditch (Det. C. V. Morton)
44776. Xanthium Moist roadside soil
44777. Jussiaea peruviana L. 8 ft. shrub yellow flowers. Edge of ditch. (Det. P. A. Munz)
44778. Ranunculus pilosus HBK Wet soil of roadside.

(Det. L. Benson)


44779. Cuphaea procumbens Cav. Large, sprawling herb. Moist roadside soil. (Det. R. C: Foster)
44780. Shrub 7 or 8 ft. high. Roadside soil.
44781. Salvia xalapensis Benth. Large herb 5 ft. high. Roadside ditch. (Det. Carl Epling)
44782. Asclepias curassavica L Yellow center, orange rim. Moist roadside soil. (Det. R. E:Woodson)
44783. Cyperus ochraceus Vahl. Roadside ditch (Det. T. Koyama)
44784. Duranta repens var. canescens Shrub. Roadside ditch bank

Moldenke (Det. H. N. Moldenke)


There are privet trees 2 ft. in diameter at the zocalo at Tecamulca.
Datura trees are in the valley between Acultzingo and Orizaba.
The river at Orizaba is Rio Blanco
Sept. 13, 1944
El Puerto above Acultizingo in Veracruz. Elevations between 7600 and 7800 feet unless otherwise noted.
I returned to El Puerto above Acultzingo (see page 70 of this book).

Pascual Martinez and I collected between the gap and Llano Grande to the south where the school is located. (Needless to say, my activities interrupted formal education, if such there was). There was more forest than in the opposite direction – mainly oak (encino), hawthorne (tecajote) and one pine (ocote) . Dogwood is not uncommon.


Seen but not collected. Selaginella (much like S. rupestris but no cones yet) in Llano Grande, Ruellia sp., orange Dahlia (below gap), Geum? in Llano Grande.
Lactarius indigo, Lepiota procera, Amanitopsis vaginata (both var. livida and var. fulva), another Amanitopsis with mealy cap and stalk, Amanita chlorinosma (no veil but chlorine odor, large, mealy), Lactarius with white zonate cap, Cantherellus cibarius (orange, Indian guide gathered to eat), Russula (red top), Mycena and Marasmius, Clavaria, Entoloma, Coprinus, honey agaric.
Epiphytes common! ferns, bromeliads, Peperomia, lichens, mosses, liverworts, Trentepohlia?
Non-vascular cryptogams 632-702 inclusive.

44785. Roadside bank below El Puerto, 7450 ft.


44786. Fraxinus Slope above road below El Puerto.

7350 ft.
44787. Galium (note rust) Roadside bank below

El Puerto. 7300ft
44788. Verbena Roadside bank below El Puerto. 7300ft
44789. Shrub 3 to 4 ft. tall. Blue flowers.

Slopes above road, below El Puerto 7300ft


44790. Acacia (branches of young tree.) Roadside bank below El Puerto. 7500ft
44791. Cyperus apiculatus Liebm. Roadside ditch below El Puerto. 7500ft

(Det. T. Koyama)


44792. Cyperus flavus (Vahl) Nees Roadside ditch below El Puerto. 7500ft

(Det. T. Koyama)


44793. Peperomia hispidula (Sw.) Moist shaded soil of oak woods near

A. Dietr. var.? El Puerto. 7650ft (Det. T. G. Yunker)


44794. Euphorbia Moist soil in oak woods near El Puerto.

7650ft
44795. Xylosma quichense D. Smith? In Moraceae? (note tar spot) spiny.

Moist oak forest near El Puerto.

(Det A.J.S.)


44796. Lycopodium complanatum? Edge of Crataegus thicket near El Puerto.

var. validum Weatherby 7750ft (Det. C.V. Morton)


44797. Micropleura renifolia Lag. (sprawling) Opening in oak woods

near El Puerto. (Det. L. Constance)


44798. Erigeron Near Llano Grande near El Puerto.

Edge of trail


44799. Oxalis Very pale (almost white) flowers pink.

Edge of thicket (Crataegus) near Llano Grande near El Puerto


44800. Andropogon pringlei Scribn. (in small clumps) In Llano Grande

near El Puerto (Det. J. R. Swallen)


44801. Physalis (very sticky) In Llano Grande near

El Puerto. 7750ft


44802. (tuberous) In Llano Grande near El Puerto
44803. (white flowers, small pink-purple veins

in petals). In Llano grande near El Puerto


44804. (pale pink flower, guide said usually

blooms in May) In Llano Grande,

near El Puerto.
44805. Canyza graphalioides HBK 2 sp.? In Llano Grande near El Puerto.

(Det. A. Cronquist)


44806. Juncus imbricatus Laharpe In Llano Grande near El Puerto.

(Det. F. Hermann)


44807. Rumex. In Llano Grande near El Puerto.
44809. Spilanthes americana (Mutis) In creek in Llano Grande near El Puerto.

Hieron. (Det. L. G. Alexander)


44810. Asclepias galiodes Cav. (probably orange flowers). In Llano Grande, near El Puerto.

(Det. R. E. Woodson)


44811. Schukuria anthenoidea In Llano Grande near El Puerto.

(DC.) Coult. (Det. D.D. Keck)

44812. Lippia (shrub) Wet soil near Llano Grande near El Puerto.
44813. Geranium schiedeanum Large purple flower. In Llano Grande near

Schlecht. El Puerto. (Det. H. E. Moore)


44824. Muhlenbergia rigida In Llano Grande near El Puerto.

(HBK) Kunth (Det. J. R. Swallen)


44815. Calochortus sp. (yellow cup-like flower) In Llano Grande

(C. exilis Painter or C. barbatus near El Puerto. (Det. M. Ownbey)

(HBK) Painter)

44816. Cyperus atropurpureus Lieb. Wet soil at edge of Llano Grande near

El Puerto. (Det. T. Koyama)
44817. Stevia elata HBK Tall herb, glandular. Edge of Llano Grande

var. disoluta (Schlecht) Rob. near El Puerto. (Det. D.D. Keck)


44818. Cyperus flavus (Vahl) Nees Edge of Llano Grande near El Puerto

(Det. T. Koyama)


44819. Siegesbeckia jorullersis HBK Soil at edge of oak forest.

(Det. E.G. Alexander)


44820. Arenaria decussata Willd. White starlike flower. In Llano Grande

near El Puerto. (Det. A.J.S.)


44820a. Juncus tenius Willd. Edge of Llano Grande.

(Det. F. Hermann)


44821. Asplenium monanthes L. Soil in oak forest near El Puerto.

(Det. C. V. Morton)


44822. Polypodium cyathicola Copel. On base of oak near El Puerto.

(Det. C. V. Morton)


44823. Cacalia. In oak forest near El Puerto.
44824. Moist trailside bank near El Puerto.
44825. Rubus humistratus (dewberry, trailing; fruit small, worthless).

Edge of Crataegus thicket near El Puerto.

(Det. H. E. Moore, Jr.)
44826. Juncus dichotomus Ell. Edge of trail near El Puerto.

(Det. F. Hermann)


44827. Cirsium Blue flowers. Oak forest near El Puerto
44828. Clematis (flowers like C. virginiana). Edge of

oak forest near El Puerto.


44829. Cheilanthes intramarginalis Soil of oak forest near El Puerto.

var. serratifolia (Hook & Baker) (Det. C. V. Morton)

44830. Matelea ionantha Woods. n. sp Over shrubs at edge of oak forest near El Puerto. (Det. R. E. Woodson)
44831. Carex polystachya Sw. Edge of oak forest near El Puerto.

(Det. F. Hermann)


44832. Polypodium lanceolatum var. Lower portion of oak trunk near El Puerto.

trichophorum Weatherby (Det. C. V. Morton)
44832a. Lopezia pubescens HBK (Det. P. A. Munz)
44833. Carex longicaulis Bock. Soil of trailside bank near El Puerto.

(Det. E. Hermann)


44834. Rhynchospora aristata Soil of oak forest near El Puerto.

(Det. T. Koyama)


44835. Edge of oak forest near El Puerto.
44836. On Crataegus near El Puerto.
44837. Elaphoglossum sp. On base of oak near El Puerto.

(Det. C. V. Morton)


44838. Edge of field near El Puerto.
44839. Compositae (cream flowers ray) Edge of field near El Puerto.
44840. Vittaria filifolia Fee Trunk of oak near El Puerto.

(Det. C. V. Morton)


44840a. Bidens aurea (Hit.) Sherff (Det. E. E. Sherff)
44841. Tillandsia On oak limb near El Puerto.
44842. Crataegus mexicana (one branch in flower; usually in May)

Moc. & Sesse Near El Puerto in the edge of oak forest.

(Det. R. McVaugh)
Sept. 14, 1944
Valley between Rio Blanco and Orizaba, Ver. 400 feet. I scouted the valley which lies to the north of the road between Rio Blanco and Orizaba. As I came near to the foot of the ravine which led to the gap, rain forced us to return. Guide: Antonio Hernandez. He says Erythrina is locally called “esperito”. This area contains a flora composed of both temperate and subtropical plants. (Many species are so locally restricted that every nook and cranny should be visited in order not to miss important species). A general observation! Not restricted to this area. The Lycopodium collected yesterday illustrates the point.

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