Eastwood manzanita series
Section: shrb Series Dominated by Shrubs
Series formation: 
Series height:<3 m
Series canopy cover:c
Series ground layer:s
Elevation range (lower):300
(upper):   2200
Wetland information:[not available]
Upland information: Uplands:outcrops, ridges, slopes north-facing. Soils shallow, may be rocky.
Reference:Hanes (1977, 1981), Horton (1960), Keeley (1987a, 1993), Keeley & Keeley (1988), Pase (1982a), Patric & Hanes (1964), Paysen et al. (1980), Vogl & Schorr (1972).
Comments:This series definition follows Gordon & White (1994). Eastwood manzanita can be a dominant or minor species throughout its range. Stands where it dominates (> 60%) are included in this series. Eastwood manzanita is important in stands of the Chamise-Eastwood manzanita series. The Jepson Manual recognizes 6 subspecies of Eastwood manzanita, some local or rare. The wide ranging A. glandulosa ssp. g. in Nor-CA; A. g. ssp. adamsii, A. g. ssp. crassifolia, A. g. ssp. glaucomollis, A. g. ssp. mollis , and A. g. ssp. zacaensis in So-CA.
Plot based descriptions:Gordon & White (1994) define an Eastwood manzanita association, Keeley & Keeley (1988) describe a stand in m-TraR.
Series Association:[not available]
FormationTemperate broad-leaved evergreen shrubland
Geographical associated regions: View Regions for: Eastwood manzanita series
Representative Image: View Representative Photograph for: Eastwood manzanita series
Common species: View common species for: Eastwood manzanita series

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