Eastern Mojave Vegetation Bodie Hills, Mono County, California.
 
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See also: Big Alkali. Mono Basin. Mount Biedeman.

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Hills between Bridgeport and the Nevada state line.


Elevation: 9419ft, 2871m.

Articles that refer to this location:

 

Literature Referring To This Location:

  • Bureau of Land Management. 1988. Bodie Mountain Wilderness Study Area (WSA). CA-010099. Sacramento, CA: Bureau of Land Management, 1988. {TAS}
  • Bursik, Marcus and Kerry Sieh. 1989. Range Front Faulting and Volcanism in the Mono Basin, Eastern California. Journal of Geophysical Research. 94(111):15,587-15,609. {TAS-pdf}
  • California Partners In Flight. 2005. The sagebrush bird conservation plan: a strategy for protecting and managing sagebrush habitats and associated birds in California. Stinson Beach, CA: PRBO Conservation Science, 2005. {TAS-pdf} Found at: http://www.prbo.org/calpif/pdfs/sage.v-1.pdf
  • Chesterman, Charles W. 1968. Volcanic Geology of the Bodie Hills, Mono County. pp. 45-68 in Coats, Robert R., Richard L. Hay, and Charles A. Anderson. Studies in Volcanology: A Memoir in Honor of Howel Williams. Memoir 116. Boulder, Colorado: Geological Society of America, 1968. {TAS}
  • Messick, T. H. 1982. Flora and phytogeography of the Bodie Hills of Mono County, California and Mineral County, Nevada, USA. M. A. Thesis. Arcata, California: Humboldt State University.
  • Tingley, Joseph V. 1990. Mineral Resource Inventory, Bureau of Land Management, Carson City District, Navada. NBMG Open File Report 90-1. Reno, Nevada: United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, January 1990. {TAS-pdf}

Area Plant Lists that contain this location:

Species collected at or near this location:

Asteraceae

Madieae

Madiinae

Madia glomerata Hook. Mountain Tarweed

Senecioneae

Tetradymia glabrata Torrey & A. Gray. Littleleaf Horsebrush

Boraginaceae

Nama densum Lemmon. Leafy Nama

Fabaceae

Astragalus curvicarpus (A. Heller) Macbr. curvicarpus. Curvepod Milkvetch

Astragalus iodanthus S. Watson iodanthus. Humboldt River Milkvetch

Lupinus lepidus Douglas ex Lindl. lobbii (S. Watson) C. L. Hitchc. Lobb's Tidy Lupine

Polemoniaceae

Linanthus pungens (Torr.) J. M. Porter & L. A. Johnson. Granite Prickly Phlox

Navarretia breweri (A. Gray) Greene. Brewer's Navarretia

Liliaceae

Fritillaria atropurpurea Nutt. Spotted Fritillary

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Date and time this article was prepared:1:48:57 PM, 7/4/2016.