plants/fungi/lichen

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malachiwhitford
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104772
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plants/fungi/lichen
Updated:
2011-09-27 21:30:08
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flower plants trees fungi lichen
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  1. morchella elata
    black morel- under conifers.. common after fire......prized edible mushroom

  2. Epilobium canum
    Ca Fuchsia-Aug-oct.........dry slopes below 10,000ft
  3. Phoradendron villosum
    oak misletoe- foothills to middle elevation.... parasitic...
  4. Chrysothamnus nauseosus
    Rabbit brush- up 12,000 dry slopes/open woodlands
  5. cercis occidentalis
    W. redbud- dry slopes and stream banks below 5,000ft
  6. Acer macrophyllum
    bigleaf maple- upper foothill belt through mixed conifers(2,000-4,500)
  7. Alnus rhombifolia
    White alder- c. valley up to 2500ft along rivers and stream
  8. Quercus douglasii
    Blue oak- foothill belt up to 3,000ft dry grassy rocky slopes
  9. Quercus lobata
    Valley oak- c. valley foothills up to 2,000ft
  10. Quercus wislizenii
    Interior live oak- c. valley up foothill at 2,000 to 5,000...on slopes or in stream bottoms
  11. Aesculus californica
    Ca. buckeye- foothill belt up to 5,000ft on hillsides or stream borders
  12. Fraxinus latifolia
    Oregon ash- foothill belt to 3,000ft.. in vicinty of streams
  13. Platanus racemosa
    Ca Sycamore- c. valley and foothill belt up to 2500ft along stream bottoms
  14. populus fremontii
    fremont cottonwood- up to 2500ft moist soil along streams
  15. Genus salix
    Willow- riparian; below 5,000ft

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