GENETIC RELATIONSHIPS AMONG FREMONTODENDRON (STERCULIACEAE) POPULATIONS OF THE CENTRAL SIERRA NEVADA FOOTHILLS OF CALIFORNIA

@inproceedings{Kelman2006GENETICRA,
  title={GENETIC RELATIONSHIPS AMONG FREMONTODENDRON (STERCULIACEAE) POPULATIONS OF THE CENTRAL SIERRA NEVADA FOOTHILLS OF CALIFORNIA},
  author={W. Kelman and L. Broadhurst and C. Brubaker and A. Franklin},
  year={2006}
}
ABSTRACT Fremontias, or flannel bushes (Fremontodendron), are a distinctive element of California's chaparral communities. Fremontodendron decumbens is only known from a few populations in gabbro soil plant communities of the Sierra Nevada foothills in El Dorado County. Although a recovery plan for these communities has been drafted, the long-term management of F. decumbens is complicated by its treatment as a subspecies of the more widespread F. californicum, and by the recent discovery of… Expand
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