UC Berkeley, Bioscience & Natural Resources Library > Wieslander Vegetation Type Map (VTM) Survey > East slopes chaparral type along Lakeport-Hopland Highway. Species represented are Quercus dumosa, Quercus wislizenii, Arctostaphylos canescens, Photinia arbutifolia, Ceanothus foliosus, Pickeringia montana and Adenostoma fasciculatum. Occasional thickets of Arbutus menziesii and Umbellularia californica

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East slopes chaparral type along Lakeport-Hopland Highway. Species represented are Quercus dumosa, Quercus wislizenii, Arctostaphylos canescens, Photinia arbutifolia, Ceanothus foliosus, Pickeringia montana and Adenostoma fasciculatum. Occasional thickets of Arbutus menziesii and Umbellularia californica
Creator
Wieslander, Albert Everett
Date Created and/or Issued
08-26-1928
Contributing Institution
UC Berkeley, Bioscience & Natural Resources Library
Collection
Wieslander Vegetation Type Map (VTM) Survey
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Type
image
Format
Photo
Still image
Identifier
229553
Subject
Adenostoma fasciculatum
Arbutus menziesii
Arctostaphylos canescens
Ceanothus foliosus
Photinia arbutifolia
Pickeringia montana
Quercus dumosa
Quercus wislizenii
Umbellularia californica
Place
Hopland

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