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Rhododendron subsect. Lapponica
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On north side of Mt. south of Redfern La^e, in peat, lat. 57 20!
Pass north of Prophet River lat. 57 33'
In debris of crushed limestone on stone slide 2 miles west of St. Paul's LaKe lat. 58 38'
Mt. nort^h of St. Paul's Lake peat & crushed limestone lat. 58 42'
Along McDonnell Creek for about 5 miles. Rocks are limestone. In moist also dry clay like soil. Full sun. Hundreds of fine specimens 2 and 1/2 ft. high, 3 ft. diam. Finest I saw
lat. 58 401 long.125 10'
Along Henry River, upper end for about 3 miles. In peat and moss also gray clay like soil wet places, hundreds of fine specimens almost as large as along McDonnell Creen; lat. 58 24'
Blue Lake bogs and damp places gfcowing in peat and moss. Western end of lake.
lat. 57 55f long.124
Mt. side above Keily Creek damp stony peat. Sun. lat. 57 281 long. 123 58'
Alt. 5000 - 5500 height 3-8 in.
height 6-8 in. not plentiful
Alt. 4200 southern exposure height 6 - 8 in.
Alt. 4800 southern exposure height 6-8 in.
Alt. 3500 to 4200 height 1 - 3 ft.
Alt. 3800 to 4200 height 1 -
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Alt. 4800 height 6 - 10 in.
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As found by
Mrs. J. Norman Henry,
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Herewith a photo, of Eh. lapponicum in
nature. Also a complete record of the distribution
of thatspecies in British Columbia as found by Mrs
Henry. 1 think these should be ?placed with her specimen.
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