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Panorama from middle fork of Lylte Creek. Looking northwest from a point in the middle fork of Lylte Creek 1/4 mile above end of road. Note chamise-Arctostaphylos glauca, Chamise-Ceanothus crassifolius, and pure chamise type. Upper slopes chamise mixed. Note semi-barren areas and spruce trees in the one in the center. #241650 just to the right of # 241649. Lower left chamise -Ceanothus type, center pure chamise. Right chamise-manzanita. Upper left younger age class of chamise mixed type. Upper right chamise mixed. Cercocarpus betulaefolius a pioneer in barren patches.






Title:

Panorama from middle fork of Lylte Creek. Looking northwest from a point in the middle fork of Lylte Creek 1/4 mile above end of road. Note chamise-Arctostaphylos glauca, Chamise-Ceanothus crassifolius, and pure chamise type. Upper slopes chamise mixed. Note semi-barren areas and spruce trees in the one in the center. #241650 just to the right of # 241649. Lower left chamise -Ceanothus type, center pure chamise. Right chamise-manzanita. Upper left younger age class of chamise mixed type. Upper right chamise mixed. Cercocarpus betulaefolius a pioneer in barren patches.

Format:

still image

Map ID:

Map record

Quad Number:

163D

Quad Name:

Cucamonga

Photo Number:

241649, 241650

Photo ID:

3118

Date Created:

02-14-1929

Photographer:

Wieslander, Albert Everett

Process Note:

panorama

Map Reference:

10

Species:

Adenostoma fasciculatum
Arctostaphylos glauca
Ceanothus crassifolius
Cercocarpus betulaefolius
Picea sp.

Collection:

VTM

Resource Type:

Photo

Rights:

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