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Area burned over in July 1931. Arctostaphylos nissenana ( pure stand in foreground killed outright; new growth consists of Hypericum concinnum and Polygala cornuta, with scattered sedlings of A. nissenana . Adenostoma fasciculatum-Arctostaphylos viscida stand in background; new growth consists of A. fasciculatum sprouts and seedlings, A. viscida seedlings and Eriodictyon californicum. The chamise has not advanced into the A. nissenana area. Head of Martinez Creek, south of Diamond Springs.






Title:

Area burned over in July 1931. Arctostaphylos nissenana ( pure stand in foreground killed outright; new growth consists of Hypericum concinnum and Polygala cornuta, with scattered sedlings of A. nissenana . Adenostoma fasciculatum-Arctostaphylos viscida stand in background; new growth consists of A. fasciculatum sprouts and seedlings, A. viscida seedlings and Eriodictyon californicum. The chamise has not advanced into the A. nissenana area. Head of Martinez Creek, south of Diamond Springs.

Format:

still image

Map ID:

Map record

Quad Number:

56

Quad Name:

Placerville

Photo Number:

319415

Photo ID:

1356

Date Created:

04-26-1935

Photographer:

Jensen, H.A.

Section:

31

Township:

10 N

Range:

11 E

Map Reference:

29

Species:

Adenostoma fasciculatum
Arctostaphylos nissenana
Arctostaphylos viscida
Eriodictyon californicum
Hypericum concinnum
Polygala cornuta

Collection:

VTM

Resource Type:

Photo

Rights:

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