University of Florida Herbarium
(FLAS)
Catalog #: 238631
Occurrence ID (GUID): 48641ac5-cdcd-4720-8b8a-49fd33b1c3f6
Taxon: Quercus berberidifolia Liebm.
Family: Fagaceae
ID Remarks: [Orig. id.:] Quercus berberidifolia Liebm.
Collector: Doug Goldman   3014   
Date: 2004-12-25
Verbatim Date: 25 December 2004
Locality: United States, California, Glenn, United States: California: Glenn County. Shrub 10ft tall, uncommon, leaves mostly fallen at this time of year. Scrubby chapparal on a N-facing slope in gravelly loam (Maymen gravelly loam, shallow over schist, 30 to 65 percent slopes; loamy, mixed, active, mesic Lithic Dystroxerepts). With Adenostoma fasciculatum, Arctostaphylos manzanita, Ceanothus cuneatus, C. integerrimus, Centaurea solstitialis, Cercocarpus betuloides (?), Eriogonum fasciculatum, Melilotus sp., Pinus attenuata, P. ponderosa (rare), Quercus garryana, Q. kelloggii, Q. wislizenii, Rhus trilobata, Ribes malvaceum and Torilis arvensis. Just to the N. of a crest of a ridge, about 0.1mi S. of a monument to chaparral wildfires, just E. of the intersection of an unnamed road and Alder Springs Road (Rt. 162), about 9.6mi W. of the intersection of Rt. 162 & County Road 306. Rattlesnake Ridge, Mendocino National Forest, Glenn Co. Elev. 2820ft. 39° 40' 02"N, 122° 40' 06"W. UTM 10 528444E, 4390861N (NAD83/WGS84).
Reproductive Condition: fruiting
Preparations: Preserved herbarium specimens
Notes: [Label heading:] Harvard University, Gray Herbarium (GH)
Disposition: FLASCAT
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Rights Holder: University of Florida
Record ID: 3d42d1be-30d3-4baa-a605-5e058df7ca39
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: Kent D. Perkins, Collection Manager (kperkins@flmnh.ufl.edu)
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