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|Photographer: Timothy D. Ives
ID: 0000 0000 0802 0341 (2002-08-21)
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date of photo Sep 2000
Clark Creek (Shasta County, California, US)family
notes Photo of Picea engelmannii taken at Clark Creek in Shasta Co., CA, just below confluence with Deadman's Gulch. The stand of Spruce is narrow along the western edge of the creek for approx. two miles. The stand seems to be in a healthy state, with many tiny seedlings among the larger trees.This is a beautiful area with White Fir, Red Fir, Quaking Aspen, Lodgepole Pine, Sugar Pine, and many other species of plants. This is a disjunct stand of Engelmann Spruce, probably left by glacial activity.camera Fuji 35mm zoom
photo category: Plant - tree
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Engelmann Spruce (CF, ITIS )
Engelmann Spruce (photographer)
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