Woollyleaf 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):0
(upper):   1500
Wetland information:[not available]
Upland information: Uplands:bluffs, dunes, mesas, outcrops, slopes, terraces. Soils sand, sandstone, shale, or volcanic-derived.
Reference:Davis & Hickson (1988), Keeley & Keeley (1988), Pase (1982a), Paysen et al. (1980), Wells (1962).
Comments:Many areas of chaparral on the o-CenCo and m-CenCo have concentrations of local ceanothus and manzanita species. Such areas are often called maritime chaparral. In this series, forms of woollyleaf manzanita are a common component along with familiar members of chaparral and coastal scrub.
Plot based descriptions:Griffin (1978) describes stands near Fort Ord in Monterey Co.; NDDB has plot data on file for Contra Costa Co., Fort Ord Military Reservation in Monterey Co., and Burton Mesa in Santa Barbara Co. o-CenCo.
Series Association:[not available]
FormationTemperate broad-leaved evergreen shrubland
Geographical associated regions: View Regions for: Woollyleaf manzanita series
Representative Image: View Representative Photograph for: Woollyleaf manzanita series
Common species: View common species for: Woollyleaf manzanita series

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