Eastern Mojave Vegetation Cottonwood Canyon Road  
 

Tom Schweich  

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 Cottonwood Canyon Road goes from California Highway 167 north of Mono Lake through the Bodie Hills to California Highway 270 near Bodie.

Other articles: California Highway 270 at Cottonwood Cyn Rd  

Junction: California Highway 270

Other articles: Field Notes 26-Jun-07 near Bodie Mono Lake Basin Flora northwest corner

Locations: Bodie.
Full Size ImageBodie  

Other articles: Field Notes 20070626530
Full Size ImageBodie from the South  

Locations: Mono Basin.  

Rough Creek (Walker River) basin above, to the north
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Mono Lake basin below, to the south

Literature Cited:
- Messick, T. H., 1982.

Locations: Sugarloaf.  

Cottonwood Canyon Road nearly circumnavigates the flanks of Sugarloaf as it climbs out of Cottonwood Canyon.

Other articles: Field Notes 25 Jul 2010 Coll. No. 690.1 Coll. No. 841 Coll. No. 842, 20 Jun 2012 Coll. No. 843, 20 Jun 2013 Notes Epilobium
Full Size ImageMiners cabin in Cottonwood Canyon.
Full Size ImageColl. No. 690.1, Epilobium ciliatum  

Small spring and miner's cabin where the road crosses the bottom of the canyon.
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Coll. No. 841, Epilobium sp.
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Coll. No. 842, Ranunculus cymbalaria
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Coll. No. 843, Carex aquatilis var. aquatilis

Other articles: Field Notes in Cottonwood Canyon

Locations: Cottonwood Canyon.
Full Size ImageThe road climbing out of Cottonwood Canyon  

The road climbing out of Cottonwood Canyon.

Other articles: Field Notes in Cottonwood Canyon

Locations: Cottonwood Canyon.
Full Size ImageMain channel of Cottonwood Canyon diverges from road  

Main channel of Cottonwood Canyon joins the road.

Other articles: Field Notes Coll. No. 844, 20 Jun 2012 20 Jun 2012
Full Size ImageNest beside Cottonwood Canyon Road
Full Size ImageColl. No. 843, Potentilla millefolia  

Grackle nest just outside the road berm, and on the edge of a roadside wetland. Also, collecting locality of Potentilla millefolia.

Other articles: Field Notes 20070626520

Locations: Cottonwood Canyon.
Full Size ImageMiddle Cottonwood Canyon on the road to Bodie  

Middle Cottonwood Canyon

Literature Cited:
- Messick, T. H., 1982.

Locations: Cottonwood Canyon.  

Enter Cottonwood Canyon. Cross into the area covered by Messick's (1982) Flora of the Bodie Hills.

Other articles: Dobie Meadows Road at Cottonwood Canyon Road  

Junction: Dobie Meadows Road

Literature Cited:
- Cain, Ella M., 1961.

Other articles: Field Notes 20070626510

Locations: Goat Ranch.  

Goat Ranch

 
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Goat Ranch

Other articles: Field Notes 20070626510
Full Size ImageCabin at Goat Ranch  

An old cabin at Goat Ranch

Other articles: Goat Ranch Cutoff at Cottonwood Cyn Rd  

Junction: Goat Ranch Cutoff, goes along the Bodie Hills front to California Highway 167 very near to US Highway 395.

Other articles: California Highway 167 at Cottonwood Canyon  

Junction: California Highway 167
 

Literature Cited

  A list of all literature cited by this web site can be found in the Bibliography.
  Cain, Ella M. 1961. The Story of Early Mono County. San Francisco, California: Fearon Publishers, 1961. {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.
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Date and time this article was prepared: 6/17/2017 2:07:03 PM