Bishop pine is a closed cone pine, ranging in height from 15 to 25m. Leaves are 2 per fascile.
the species is found along the California coast in Marin, Sonoma, Mendocino, and Humboldt counties; south of San Francisco it occurs in a highly disrupted range (including Santa Barbara County and Santa Cruz Island) as far south as Cedros Island and the adjacent mainland of middle Lower California.
To view a few of the mushroom fruit bodies that we routinely find at Point Reyes, click on the "Please Do Not Disturb" sign.
|the beginning||sample results||point reyes||fire introduction|
|limantour road||disturbance plots||bp plots||species diversity plots|
|construction||post fire - sd plots||post fire - bp plots||sierra nevada 1995|
|sierra july 1998||sierra august 1999||sierra fowm 2000||santa rosa island 2001|
|blodgett 2002||tomales point 2004||blodgett 2004||mclaughlin 2006|
|mushrooms||mycorrhizae part I||mycorrhizae part II||rust fungi|
|post fire fungi||Bruns Lab home|