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Point on spur ridge near head of Trabuco Canyon. Panorama looking S, SW, NW and N. North slopes show following types: Bigcone spruce, woodland or canyon and coast live oak, chaparral of Quercus wislizenii, Q. dumosa and Ceanothus spinosus palmeri. South slopes: Sagebrush of Salvia apiana and Eriogonum fasciculatum and chamise chaparral of Adenostoma fasciculatum with Ceanothus crassifolius, Arctostaphylos canescens and Ceanothus divaricatus. Note young bigcone spruce individual on eroded south face.






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Point on spur ridge near head of Trabuco Canyon. Panorama looking S, SW, NW and N. North slopes show following types: Bigcone spruce, woodland or canyon and coast live oak, chaparral of Quercus wislizenii, Q. dumosa and Ceanothus spinosus palmeri. South slopes: Sagebrush of Salvia apiana and Eriogonum fasciculatum and chamise chaparral of Adenostoma fasciculatum with Ceanothus crassifolius, Arctostaphylos canescens and Ceanothus divaricatus. Note young bigcone spruce individual on eroded south face.

Format:

still image

Map ID:

Map record

Quad Number:

176

Quad Name:

Elsinore

Photo Number:

272871, 272872, 272873, 272874

Photo ID:

2844

Date Created:

04-11-1931

Photographer:

Wieslander, Albert Everett

Process Note:

panorama

Map Reference:

1

Species:

Adenostoma fasciculatum
Arctostaphylos canescens
Ceanothus crassifolius
Ceanothus divaricatus
Ceanothus spinosus palmeri
Eriogonum fasciculatum
Pseudotsuga macrocarpa
Quercus agrifolia
Quercus chrysolepis
Quercus dumosa
Quercus wislizenii
Salvia apiana

Collection:

VTM

Resource Type:

Photo

Rights:

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