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Looking west at a ponderosa pine type on a north slope. Timberland chaparral in foreground consists of Arctostaphylos viscida, Photinia arbutifolia, Ceanothus cuneatus, Rhus diversiloba, Ericameria arborescens. In this type black oak and interior oak are frequent and blue oak and Digger pine occasional. There are down ponderosa pine trees as well as snags in this brushfield
Wieslander, Albert Everett
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UC Berkeley, Bioscience & Natural Resources Library
Wieslander Vegetation Type Map (VTM) Survey
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Quadrant Name: Smartsville
Quadrant Number: 50
Map Reference: 29
Rhus diversiloba
Quercus sp
Quercus kelloggii
Quercus douglasii
Pinus sabiniana
Pinus ponderosa
Photinia arbutifolia
Ericameria arborescens
Ceanothus cuneatus
Arctostaphylos viscida
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