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Skyline Blvd. 2.5 miles east of Langley Mill. Dense woodland type showing mature formation and accompanying understory species. Trees approximately 55 feet tall. General easterly slope. Assoc species as follows: Woodland species- Quercus agrifolia, Quercus wislizenii, Quercus chrysolepis, Umbellularia californica, and Aesculus californica. Understory species- Trixis californica, 8 ft,; Rhamnus californica, 3.5 feet,; Rubus vitifolius, 3 feet,; Holodiscus discolor, 6 feet.


Title:

Skyline Blvd. 2.5 miles east of Langley Mill. Dense woodland type showing mature formation and accompanying understory species. Trees approximately 55 feet tall. General easterly slope. Assoc species as follows: Woodland species- Quercus agrifolia, Quercus wislizenii, Quercus chrysolepis, Umbellularia californica, and Aesculus californica. Understory species- Trixis californica, 8 ft,; Rhamnus californica, 3.5 feet,; Rubus vitifolius, 3 feet,; Holodiscus discolor, 6 feet.

Format:

still image

Map ID:

Map record

Quad Number:

84

Quad Name:

Santa Cruz

Photo Number:

327869

Photo ID:

1904

Date Created:

09-20-1935

Photographer:

Wieslander, Albert Everett

Process Note:

No picture present

Section:

16

Township:

7 S

Range:

3 W

Map Reference:

133

Species:

Aesculus californica
Holodiscus discolor
Quercus agrifolia
Quercus chrysolepis
Quercus wislizenii
Rhamnus californica
Rubus vitifolius
Trixis californica
Umbellularia californica

Collection:

VTM

Resource Type:

Photo

Rights:

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