Scientific Name

Quercus agrifolia Née

Family

Fagaceae

General

CI

This is the only mature oak has been observed on CI habitats. It grows in cleft among large boulders on the western end of the crest of the hill to the north of Sage Hall. It is visible from the ground. It was badly damaged by the fire, but has recovered.

References

More onthis specieson CalFlora.

The Jepson Manual (2012: 804, Fagaceae by John M. Tucker).

Dale (2012: 111).

McAuley (1996: 201).

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Quercus agrifolia fire damaged tree at western end of ridge to north of Sage Hall (24 September 2013).

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Quercus agrifolia fire damaged tree at western end of ridge to north of Sage Hall (24 September 2013).

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Quercus agrifolia fire damaged tree at western end of ridge to north of Sage Hall (24 September 2013).

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Quercus agrifolia fire damaged tree and recovering treeat western end of ridge to north of Sage Hall, more than a year following thefire(6 June2014).

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