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Plant profile for Prunus ilicifoliaAuthor(s): A. M. Montalvo; E. C. Riordan; Jan Beyers
Source: Native Plant Recommendations for Southern California Ecoregions
Publication Series: Miscellaneous
Station: Pacific Southwest Research Station
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DescriptionThis plant profile for Prunus ilicifolia provides information on species distribution; taxonomic relationships; ecological and evolutionary considerations for restoration; growth form and distinguishing traits; habitat characteristics; projected future suitable habitat; growth, reproduction and dispersal; biological interactions; ecological genetics; seed characteristics, germination requirements and processing; and plant uses including agriculture, restoration, and traditional products, plus an extensive bibliography. It is part of Riverside-Corona Resource Conservation District's resource materials collection on native plant recommendations for southern California ecoregions.
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CitationMontalvo, A.M.; Riordan, E.C.; Beyers, J.L. 2018. Plant profile for Prunus ilicifolia. Native Plant Recommendations for Southern California Ecoregions. Riverside-Corona Resource Conservation District and U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Riverside, CA.
KeywordsPrunus ilicifolia, chaparral, ecological genetics, restoration, seed transfer, South Coast Ecoregion, suitable habitat
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