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Title
Arctostaphylos nissenana killed outright by July 1931 fire. Where soil is very shallow the only growth consists of A. nissenana seedlings; on the better sites, in addition to these seedlings, there is an occasional Dendromecon rigida and, in some areas, a rather profuse growth of Polygala cornuta and Hypericum concinnum. (Rule at 3 feet). Head of Martinez Creek, south of Diamond Springs
Creator
Jensen, H.A
Photographer
Date Created and/or Issued
04-21-1935
Contributing Institution
UC Berkeley, Bioscience & Natural Resources Library
Collection
Wieslander Vegetation Type Map (VTM) Survey
Rights Information
These images from the Wieslander Vegetation Type Mapping (VTM) Collection are in the public domain. As such they are not subject to copyright and no permission is necessary to download them or use them as you wish. However, we would appreciate any use of this site be noted with the phrase: "Images from the Wieslander Vegetation Type Mapping Collection are courtesy of the Marian Koshland Bioscience and Natural Resources Library, University of California, Berkeley, www.lib.berkeley.edu/BIOS/vtm/.
Description
Quadrant Name: Placerville
Quadrant Number: 56
Map Reference: 28
Township: 10 N
Section: 31
Range: 11 E
Type
image
Identifier
wieslander_vtm-1355_photo
Subject
Polygala cornuta
Hypericum concinnum
Dendromecon rigida
Arctostaphylos nissenana
Relation
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