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Dense woodland-Quercus chrysolepsis, Arbutus menziesii, Quercus agrifolia type. Subject- mature canyon oak. Background Quercus chrysolepsis, Quercus agrifolia, v. Foreground -Rubus vitifolius and woodfern. Dense canopy. Tree about 40' high. Assoc species-Quercus chrysolepis, Quercus agrifolia, Arbutus menziesii, Umbellularia californica. Understory-Rubus vitifolius, 1', Symphoricarpos mollis, 3', Croton californicus, 8', woodfern, 1', Rosa californica.


Title:

Dense woodland-Quercus chrysolepsis, Arbutus menziesii, Quercus agrifolia type. Subject- mature canyon oak. Background Quercus chrysolepsis, Quercus agrifolia, v. Foreground -Rubus vitifolius and woodfern. Dense canopy. Tree about 40' high. Assoc species-Quercus chrysolepis, Quercus agrifolia, Arbutus menziesii, Umbellularia californica. Understory-Rubus vitifolius, 1', Symphoricarpos mollis, 3', Croton californicus, 8', woodfern, 1', Rosa californica.

Format:

still image

Map ID:

Map record

Quad Number:

84

Quad Name:

Santa Cruz

Photo Number:

327872

Photo ID:

1907

Date Created:

09-21-1935

Photographer:

Wieslander, Albert Everett

Process Note:

No picture present

Section:

16

Township:

7 S

Range:

3 W

Map Reference:

133

Species:

Arbutus menziesii
Croton californicus
Quercus agrifolia
Quercus chrysolepis
Rosa californica
Rubus vitifolius
Symphoricarpos mollis
Umbellularia californica

Collection:

VTM

Resource Type:

Photo

Rights:

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