UCR - University of California, Riverside Herbarium - Vascular Plants (UCR)
Secondary Catalog #:
Scott D. White
United States, California, San Bernardino, Siberia Creek Trail, USFS Road 1N64 to Siberia Creek
T1N R1W sec9
1524 meters (4999ft)
Major vegetation types include chamise-Ceanothus greggii chaparral, Quercus wislizenii shrubland; Q. chrysolepis forest, and riparian forest. This region burned in 1970.
Occas. perennial bunchgrass in oak forest. Ca. 1 m tall.
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Angiosperm Phenological Traits
: Quality of a plant or portion of a plant that provides phenologically relevant information
: At least one reproductive structure of any kind is present (flowers, flower buds, fruits)
: At least one immature or mature fruit is present