CPC Plant Profile: Stanford Manzanita
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Stanford Manzanita (Arctostaphylos stanfordiana ssp. decumbens)

Description
  • Global Rank: T1 - Critically Imperiled
  • Legal Status: N/A
  • Family: Ericaceae
  • State: CA
  • Nature Serve ID: 160632
  • Date Inducted in National Collection: 01/21/2022

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Nomenclature
Taxon Arctostaphylos stanfordiana ssp. decumbens
Authority (P.V. Wells) P.V. Wells
Family Ericaceae
CPC Number 45129
ITIS 525089
USDA ARSTD4
Common Names Rincon manzanita
Associated Scientific Names Arctostaphylos stanfordiana ssp. decumbens
Distribution Endemic to Sonoma County, California, Arctostaphylos stanfordiana ssp. decumbens is known from eight extant occurrences and one possibly extirpated occurrence. This plant is highly restricted to red rhyolites. The taxon is seriously threatened by development, road construction, vehicle activity, and viticulture. (NatureServe 2022)
State Rank
State State Rank
California S1
Habitat

Highly restricted to red rhyolites in Sonoma County at elevations of 75-310 m (California Department of Fish and Game 1997). (NatureServe 2022)

Ecological Relationships

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Reintroduction
Lead Institution State Reintroduction Type Year of First Outplanting

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