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Chaparral type of Arctostaphylos nissenana growing in pure stand, this characteristic of the species. Average development, 2-3.5 feet (Rule at 3 feet), in center of picture, poorer development and more open stand on shallower soil in background. Seedlings in fire-killed area in foreground. Snag is Digger pine. Head of Martinez creek, south of Diamond Springs.






Title:

Chaparral type of Arctostaphylos nissenana growing in pure stand, this characteristic of the species. Average development, 2-3.5 feet (Rule at 3 feet), in center of picture, poorer development and more open stand on shallower soil in background. Seedlings in fire-killed area in foreground. Snag is Digger pine. Head of Martinez creek, south of Diamond Springs.

Format:

still image

Map ID:

Map record

Quad Number:

56

Quad Name:

Placerville

Photo Number:

319412

Photo ID:

1353

Date Created:

04-26-1935

Photographer:

Jensen, H.A.

Section:

31

Township:

10 N

Range:

11 E

Map Reference:

27

Species:

Arctostaphylos nissenana
Pinus sabiniana

Collection:

VTM

Resource Type:

Photo

Rights:

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