Myrtle Creek Area species list
Source: Six Rivers National Forest, 8/15/97 - rare species in bold


about Myrtle Creek Botanical Area

TREES  
Acer macrophyllum big-leaf maple
Alnus rubra red alder
Arbutus menziesii madrone
Calocedrus decurrens incense cedar
Castanopsis chrysophylla giant chinquapin
Cupressus lawsoniana Port-Orford cedar
Lithocarpus densiflora tanoak
Quercus chrysolepis canyon live oak
Pseudotsuga menziesii Douglas-fir
Sequoia sempervirens coast redwood
Umbellularia californica California bay
SHRUBS  
Amelanchier alnifolia var. semiintegrifolia Pacific serviceberry
Berberis nervosa dwarf Oregon-grape
Corylus cornuta hazelnut
Gaultheria shallon salal
Lonicera hispidula pink honeysuckle
Rhododendron macrophyllum California rose-bay
Rhododendron occidentale western azalea
Rosa gymnocarpa wood rose
Rubus parviflorus thimbleberry
Rubus ursinus California blackberry
Toxicodendron diversiloba poison oak
Vaccinium ovatum evergreen huckleberry
Vaccinium parvifolium red huckleberry
HERBS  
Adenocaulon bicolor trailplant
Adiantum aleuticum five-fingered fern
Coptis laciniata goldthread
Cardamine californica California toothwort, milkmaids
Darlingtonia californica California pitcher plant
Goodyera oblongifolia rattlesnake plantain
Oxalis oregana redwood sorrel
Polypodium californicum California polypody
Polystichum munitum western swordfern
Smilacina racemosa Solomon’s seal
Stachys ajugoides var. rigida hedge-nettle
Trientalis latifolia Pacific starflower
Vancouveria planipetala small inside-out flower
Whipplea modesta western modesty
Xerophyllum tenax beargrass
GRASSES  
Hierochloe occidentalis California sweetgrass

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