UC Berkeley, Bioscience & Natural Resources Library > Wieslander Vegetation Type Map (VTM) Survey > (Same locality as #302517) Shows detail of branching and layering habit of Arctostaphylos parryana. Note 3 ft. rule with 1 ft. cross piece at base. On ridge top just above this slope Ceanothus greggii, Quercus dumosa, Artemisia tridentata and Ephedra californica occur in association with Pinon. On slope Arctostaphylos parryana seems to be principal associate of Pinon in this locality

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(Same locality as #302517) Shows detail of branching and layering habit of Arctostaphylos parryana. Note 3 ft. rule with 1 ft. cross piece at base. On ridge top just above this slope Ceanothus greggii, Quercus dumosa, Artemisia tridentata and Ephedra californica occur in association with Pinon. On slope Arctostaphylos parryana seems to be principal associate of Pinon in this locality
Creator
Wieslander, Albert Everett
Date Created and/or Issued
03-30-1935
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
302518
Subject
Arctostaphylos parryana
Artemisia tridentata
Ceanothus greggii
Ephedra californica
Pinus monophylla
Quercus dumosa
Place
Tejon

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