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Amorpha californica; (shown with Ceanothus cuneatus, Ceanothus oliganthus, Quercus chrysolepis, Ribes sp.)   

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Amorpha californica
Amorpha californica
(shown with Ceanothus cuneatus, Ceanothus oliganthus, Quercus chrysolepis, Ribes sp.)
Photographer: Albert Everett Wieslander
Collection: VTM

ID: 5555 5555 0000 0142 (2013-07-22)

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  • date of photo  Jun 12, 1936
  • latitude 34.91887   longitude -119.90043   max error distance 500 meters     View on Google Maps.
  • horizontal datum North American Datum 1927
  • georeferencing source USGS Topoquad
  • location   Santa Barbara County, California, US
  • family Fabaceae
  • synonyms Ceanothus divaricatus
  • notes   Bates Canyon. Canyon oak type burned over in 1923. Ceanothus oliganthus (=Ceanothus divaricatus) and Amorpha californica. Ground cover of Ribes. Note height as indicated by 3' rule. Assoc species: Ceanothus cuneatus in vicinity., T 10 N R 28 W Sec 29 Quad name: Santa Ynez. Quad number: 156. Reference to map: 25.
  • contributor's ID #  View image 327979 on UC Berkeley library VTM site. (Filename = VTM00007680.)
  • photo category: Plant - tree/shrub
  • original filename: VTM00007680

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