Eastern Mojave Vegetation
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By Tom Schweich


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Tag showing location in Salvia dorrii plot.

Photograph taken May 28, 2005.

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Hackberry Complex Fire

Lobo Point plot 1 year after fire.

Photograph taken 8-Jun-06.

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Before and after photo of my plot in Salvia dorrii.

The upper photograph was taken on October 15, 2005. It shows my plot in Salvia dorrii after the Hackberry Complex Fire.

The lower photograph was taken on May 28, 2005, approximately 4 1/2 months earlier.

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Former plot in Salvia dorrii

Photograph taken October 15, 2005.

Siting down the centerline of the plot, there were only a few annuals, mostly Senecio, and tap-rooted perennials, such as Verbena gooddingii, and Mirabilis multiflora that survived.

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Location marker burned so that number cannot be read.

Photograph taken October 15, 2005.

The heat bubbled the plastic, and none of the upper sides of the tags were readable.

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Fire recovery plot in 2009

Photograph taken June 2, 2009.

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Before and after photo.

The upper photograph was taken June 7, 2006.

The middle photograph was taken on October 15, 2005. It shows my plot in Salvia dorrii after the Hackberry Complex Fire.

The lower photograph was taken on May 28, 2005, approximately 4 1/2 months earlier.

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Fiberglas stakes burned by the fire.

Photograph taken October 15, 2005.

The stake in the upper left has been pulled up about an inch to expose an unburned portion. The fire burned the plastic resin out of the stakes leaving behind only the glass fibers.

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Former plot in Salvia dorrii

Photograph taken October 15, 2005.

Siting down the centerline of the plot, there were only a few annuals, mostly Senecio, and tap-rooted perennials, such as Verbena gooddingii, and Mirabilis multiflora that survived.

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Before and after photo (warning, large image: 1.8 MB)

The upper photograph was taken on October 15, 2005. It shows my plot in Salvia dorrii after the Hackberry Complex Fire.

The lower photograph was taken on May 28, 2005, approximately 4 1/2 months earlier.

Article records that use this photograph:

  • Effects of the Hackberry Complex Fire in Mojave National Preserve, June 22-25, 2005.: 241035.

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Lamiaceae Salvia dorrii

Salvia dorrii at the 9,000 foot level in the Spring Mountains

I found this plant growing along the Lee Canyon trail on broken limestone. At high elevations, the species tends to be more compact in form. The highest elevation at which I have observed the species is at 10,000 feet in the Schullman Grove of the White Mountains, Inyo County, California.

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  • Nevada State Route 156: 32000.
  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 253200.

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Salvia dorrii flower.

Photograph taken in 1995 near Lee Pump, Inyo County, California.

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  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 100100.

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Salvia dorrii inflorescence.

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Salvia dorrii infloescence.

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Salvia dorrii

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Seedlings in August 2002

Photograph taken on August 31, 2002. I don't think any of these seedlings have survived.

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  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 402101.

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Insect galls(?) on Salvia dorrii leaves.

Photograph taken May 1999 near Lobo Point.

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Salvia dorrii seedling,

In in my measured plot, Transect 5.

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  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 402200.

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Collection No. 358, Salvia dorrii, Purple Sage

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S. dorrii with patches of microphytic soil.

Small Salvia dorrii in my measured plot, Transect 5.

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  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 351500.

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An older Salvia dorrii in my measured plot, Transect 5.

The original stem has split into three branches as seen in the photograph at 11-, 2-, and 6-o'clock.

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  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 404100.

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Collection No. 358, Salvia dorrii, Purple Sage

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Nine Salvia dorrii seedlings in my measured plot, Transect 5.

This cluster of seedlings is found in wood from a deceased Buckhorn Cholla (Opuntia acanthocarpa). The most likely source of seed is the Salvia dorrii at right. In the middle background is a Thamnosma montana and an Eriogonum fasciculatum is in the upper right.

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  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 402100.

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Wasps(?) pupating in Salvia dorrii

The wasps(?) appeared to have assembled this "nest" from large sand particles glued together with a sticky substance such as sap. The "nest" smelled very stongly of Salvia dorrii. Photograph taken in May 1993 just east of Walker Pass, Kern County, California.

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  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 500100.

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S. dorrii with hemiparasite Castilleja (red flowers).

Salvia dorrii with Paintbrush in my measured plot, Transect 5.

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  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 352100.

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Lamiaceae Salvia dorrii dorrii

Collection No. 431, Salvia dorrii ssp. dorrii

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Collection No. 431, Salvia dorrii ssp. dorrii

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Collection No. 431, Salvia dorrii ssp. dorrii

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Plot at Lobo Point

My plot at LoboPoint

Photograph taken May 28, 2005.

Article records that use this photograph:

  • Effects of the Hackberry Complex Fire in Mojave National Preserve, June 22-25, 2005.: 241010.
  • Field Notes: 20050528040.
  • The Vegetation of Lobo Point and North Wild Horse Mesa, Mojave National Preserve, San Bernardino County, California.: 50200. Summary.
  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 210110.

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(Large-size Photo) My plot at LoboPoint

Photograph taken May 28, 2005.

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  • Field Notes: 20050528041.
  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 210111.

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View of the rim from which I take "aerial" photos.

Photographed 28 May 2012.

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Last view before removing stakes.

Photographed 28 May 2012.

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Last view before removing stakes.

Photographed 28 May 2012.

The plot went through the right side of the little burned out Juniper in the left middleground. There is one Prunus fasciculata and a couple of Salazaria mexicana that are looking pretty good, but no Coleogyne ramosissima or Salvia dorrii.

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Last view before removing stakes.

Photographed 28 May 2012.

The plot went through the right side of the burned out Juniper at left. Through the Juniper is my truck, parked out on Lobo Point road.

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White 136

White 136 on May 28, 2005.

Photograph taken May 28, 2005.

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May 25, 2003

Renumbered to White 136 from White 36.

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White 36 on April 21, 2004

Photograph taken April 21, 2004. Renumbered to White 136 from White 36.

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White 159

White 159 on May 28, 2005

Photograph taken May 28, 2005.

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White 23

Salvia dorriiWhite 23 on May 28, 2005.

Photograph taken May 28, 2005.

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White 23 in April, 2004

Photograph taken April 22, 2004.

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White 30

White 30 in April 1998

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White 33

White 33 on April 21, 2004

Photograph taken April 21, 2004.

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White 33 in May 2003

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  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 23123033200305.

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White 38

Salvia dorriiWhite 38 on May 28, 2005.

Photograph taken May 28, 2005.

Article records that use this photograph:

  • Effects of the Hackberry Complex Fire in Mojave National Preserve, June 22-25, 2005.: 241030.
  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 2312303820050528.

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White 40

White 40 in April 1998

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  • Effects of the Hackberry Complex Fire in Mojave National Preserve, June 22-25, 2005.: 241020.
  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): White 40, April 1998.

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White 48

White 48 on April 21, 2004.

Photograph taken April 21, 2004.

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Salvia dorrii White 48 on May 28, 2005.

Photograph taken May 28, 2005.

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White 49

Salvia dorrii White 49 on May 28, 2005.

There is just one stem with leaves that can be seen at the back left.

Photograph taken May 28, 2005.

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White 5

Salvia dorriiWhite 5 on May 28, 2005.

Photograph taken May 28, 2005.

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Volume containing live leaves.

Chart prepared 9-July-03.

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  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 23123005200305.

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White 59

White 59 in August 2002

Photograph taken on August 31, 2002.

Article records that use this photograph:

  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 23123059200208.

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White 59 on April 21, 2004

Photograph taken April 21, 2004.

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White 59 in May 2003

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  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 23123059200305.

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White 9

Volume containing live leaves.

Chart prepared 9-July-03.

Article records that use this photograph:

  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 23123009200305.

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Yellow 13

Yellow 13 on April 21, 2004.

Photograph taken April 21, 2004.

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  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 23125013200421.

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Mirabilis multiflora in my Salvia dorrii plot.

The Salvia dorrii originally staked here has been dead for several years.

Photograph taken May 28, 2005.

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Yellow 13 in August 2002

Photograph taken on August 31, 2002. I have added an annotation of Y13 to show which of the four stakes us Yellow 14. This is also the location of the "Milmul hole."

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  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 23125013200208.

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Yellow 13 in May 2003

This is also the location I call the "Mirmul hole" as a Mirabilis multiflora seems to live in a small depression here.

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  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 23125013200305.

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Yellow 27

Yellow 27 on May 28, 2005.

Photograph taken May 28, 2005.

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Yellow 28

Yellow 28 in August 2002

Photograph taken on August 31, 2002.

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  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 23125028200208.

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Volume containing live leaves.

Chart prepared 22-Jun-03.

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  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 23125028200305.

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Yellow 28 in April 2001.

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  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 23125028200104.

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S. dorrii growing shade of Opuntia acanthocarpa.

Small Salvia dorrii in my measured plot, Transect 5, under another plant. Notice how fleshy the leaves and stems are.

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Yellow 28 on April 21, 2004

Photograph taken April 21, 2004.

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Yellow 31

Yellow 31 on May 28, 2005

Photograph taken May 28, 2005.

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Yellow 31 in April 1998

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Yellow 31 on April 21, 2004

Photograph taken April 21, 2004.

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Yellow 34

Yellow 34 on April 21, 2004

Photograph taken April 21, 2004.

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Yellow 35

Yellow 35 on May 28, 2005.

Photograph taken May 28, 2005.

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Yellow 35 on April 21, 2004

Photograph taken April 21, 2004.

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Yellow 40

Yellow 40 on May 28, 2005

Photograph taken May 28, 2005.

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Yellow 40 on April 21, 2004

Photograph taken April 21, 2004.

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Yellow 83

Yellow 83 in August 2002

Photograph taken on August 31, 2002.

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  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 23125083200208.

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Yellow 90

Yellow 90 in April 1998

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