CNPS.ORG Inventory of Rare and Endangered Plants - 7th edition interface
v7-14sep 9-12-14
Status: record ceanothus_otayensis - Wed, Oct. 1, 2014, 20:19 ET b
Ceanothus otayensis
common nameOtay Mountain ceanothus
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familyRhamnaceae
life form evergreen shrub
CA Rare Plant Rank
List 1B.2
LIST 1B: Rare, threatened, or endangered in California and elsewhere.
     0.2: Fairly endangered in California
state rank
S1      ranking system key
global rank
G1     G1: Less than 6 occurrences OR less than 1,000 individuals OR less than 2,000 acres.
Where did the "RED" code go?
CA state listingNone  
federal listingNone  
where found
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Topographic quads (5):
Tecate (009C) 3211656, Dulzura (010A) 3211667, Jamul Mountains (010B) 3211668, Otay Mesa (010C) 3211658, Otay Mountain (010D) 3211657
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Counties, states, regions:
San Diego (SDG), Baja California (BA)
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CNPS habitats•Chaparral (Chprl)(metavolcanic or gabbroic)
blooming period Jan-Apr  
elevation range600 - 1100 meters
notes
Known in CA only from the San Miguel and Otay mountains. Probably originated as hybrid between C. crassifolius and C. greggii var. perplexans; see the former in The Jepson Manual. Threatened by alteration of fire regimes, and possibly by Border Patrol activities. See Ceanothus 2:273 (1942) for original description.
full nameCeanothus otayensis McMinn
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Additional information:
standard acronym   Element Code  PDRHA04430
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Suggested citation: California Native Plant Society (CNPS). 2014. Inventory of Rare and Endangered Plants (online edition, v7-14sep). California Native Plant Society. Sacramento, CA. Accessed on Wed, Oct. 1, 2014 from http://www.cnps.org/inventory

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