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R. macro-phvllum album
HABITs tall, growing to 30 ft, open t^ee-like*ahrub, sparsely branched#
LEAVES: elliptic to 7i" long, 3n wide, cuneate at base, acute o?r obtuse at apex glabrous above and below, petiole 3/4-"-7/8" long, midrib grooved above.
COROLLA: pure white with dots on upper lobe^ Sap Green HOC 62/l, clear color with no brown as in tyoe, 5 lobed, 2n to 2f-,f across, pedicel 1-|-"-
STAMENS: 10, 3/4" to 1*" long.
PISTIL: lin, glabrous, ovary densely tomentose
TYPE LOCALITY: northeast of Sixes, Curry County, Oregon, USA, on an abandoned logging road 600 ft up the southwest slope of Sugarloaf Mountain.
COLLECTORS: Leonard F. Frisbie
Dr. Edward P. Breakey
Note: This specimen comparable with the type in the same locality in every way except for color.
This specimen compliments Tacoma Rhododendron Society, Inc., Box 132,
Puyallup, Washington, USA. _______