and 26,000 lb/ac (29,000 kg/ha) for coast live oak
(Quercus agrifolia Née; also called 'California live oak') (NPS 2006).
There's the coast live oak
, which grows from Mendocino County south to Baja.
There, fastened to the trunk of a coast live oak
at about shin height, was a wildlife camera trap.
Bobcats used coast live oak
significantly more than coastal sage scrub, valley oak, and grassland, and they selected against development, chamise chaparral, and northern mixed chaparral.
Among others, old growth red maple, coast live oak
, California red fir, and Pacific silver fir champions have been ousted for measurements predating the year 2000.
Inside a biosafety research laboratory at Fort Detrick, Maryland, ARS scientists have closely monitored the reactions of saplings of several common oak species, including white oak, Northern red oak, chestnut oak, cherrybark oak, and coast live oak
Habitat associations of type walkeriana have been expanded, according to Sawyer and Keeler-Wolf (1995), to include coast live oak
woodland, California annual grassland, dune lupine-goldenbush, introduced perennial grassland, and European beachgrass series communities at 3-46 m elevations on soils of Baywood fine sands, active dune sands, and clay.
A few of our common oaks are scrub oak, canyon oak, California or coast live oak
, engelman oak, California black oak, interior live oak, and valley oak.
and project lead/landscape architect for the CCS project, a groundswell of enthusiasm from local companies and organizations enabled the team to not only replace the fallen tree, but to replace it with a thirty foot tall, 75-year old Coast Live Oak
from Big Trees Nursery and to completely renovate the grounds with a wide variety of native trees, plants, shrubs and outdoor furniture.
UC Riverside scientists have identified a new insect-disease complex that is threatening avocado, coast live oak
, box elder and other trees in Southern California.
Birds nested most often in coast live oak
(Quercus agrifolia; n = 17 of 46) and poison oak (Toxicodendron diversilobum; n = 11 of 46), the predominant canopy and understory plants, respectively, in many areas of dense forest.
Widely adaptable California native oaks include coast live oak
(Quercus agrifolia), canyon live oak (Quercus chrysolepis), holly oak (Quercus ilex) and the blue-green Engelmann oak (Quercus engelmanii).