Common shrubs of chaparral and associated ecosystems of southern California
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, 1987 - Chaparral ecology - 86 pages
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12 mm long akene Baja California bark base berry branches branchlets brown BUSH canyons capsule Ceanothus chamise chamise chaparral chaparral clusters cm long cm wide coastal sage scrub conifer creosote bush Cultural Value dark green deciduous deer dense dentate desert Distribution drought deciduous dry chaparral Dry slopes elliptic Erect evergreen shrub Family Figure Fire Response Mechanism flowers fruit genus glabrous glandular grayish hairless hairs hairy Jeffrey pine lanceolate leaflets leathery leaves alternate leaves simple Leaves usually linear lobes Low value browse manzanita McMinn midvein Mountains Munz Nonsprouter Nutt oak woodlands ovate palmate petiole plant pubescent reddish rounded sage scrub soft San Bernardino San Diego County San Gabriel Mountains Santa Barbara scrub soft chaparral serrate shreddy shrub shrub or small small tree southern California species Staple browse Stump-sprouts after fire subshrub tall tomentose TRANS veins whitish Wildlife Value woody young stems