United States, California, Los Angeles, Madrona Marsh, Torrance
24 meters (79ft)
Disturbed remnant patch of Los Angeles coastal prairie, with semi-permanent pools and vernal pool remnants (both now fed partially by urban runoff), annual grassland, willow woodland, and coastal sage scrub. Former oil field with gravel service road remnants. Area partially revegetated with CA native species which may or may not be native to the site.
Solitary 10-15 m tree in a dry open area; presumably persisting from an old planting, but perhaps spontaneous.