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Reno Quadrangle, Nevada. Sheep browsing on bunchgrass and herbs on Peavine Peak. Artemesia tridentata and Lupinus caudatus are abundant shrubby plants here. The latter browse species is considered valuable as forage by local sheepman.






Title:

Reno Quadrangle, Nevada. Sheep browsing on bunchgrass and herbs on Peavine Peak. Artemesia tridentata and Lupinus caudatus are abundant shrubby plants here. The latter browse species is considered valuable as forage by local sheepman.

Format:

still image

Map ID:

Map record

Quad Number:

N-60

Quad Name:

Reno

Photo Number:

378294

Photo ID:

10

Date Created:

06-16-1938

Photographer:

Wilson, Richard C.P.

Elevation:

6500

Section:

13

Township:

20 N

Range:

18 E

Map Reference:

5

Species:

Artemisia tridentata
Lupinus caudatus

Collection:

VTM

Resource Type:

Photo

Rights:

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