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Indian Knob mountainbalm (11176960975)

Indian Knob mountainbalm (11176960975)

Indian Knob mountainbalm (Eriodictyon altissimum) is a rapid-growing, short-lived evergreen shrub that is located in western San Luis Obispo County, California. It occurs in open areas of coastal dune scrub and... More

Marking location (27258716076)

Marking location (27258716076)

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and California State Parks biologists mark the location of an Indian Knob mountainblam sprout. Photo by Connie Rutherford/USFWS.

Indian Knob mountainbalm and habitat (11176799613)

Indian Knob mountainbalm and habitat (11176799613)

Indian Knob mountainbalm (Eriodictyon altissimum) is a short-lived evergreen shrub that is located in western San Luis Obispo County, California. It can reach heights up to 13 ft. and can be found near the comm... More

Using GPS (27222278051)

Using GPS (27222278051)

Heather Schneider a botanist from the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden is marking the location of an Indian Knob mountainbalm plant using her GPS. Photo by Connie Rutherford/USFWS.

Montana de Oro State Park (27222272951)

Montana de Oro State Park (27222272951)

Lisa Andreano with California State Parks, in the backcountry of Montana de Oro State Park, where a population of Indian Knob mountainbalm not seen in several decades was rediscovered. Photo by Connie Rutherford/USFWS.

Indian Knob mountainbalm (11177193066)

Indian Knob mountainbalm (11177193066)

Indian Knob mountainbalm (Eriodictyon altissimum) is a rapid-growing, short-lived evergreen shrub that is located in western San Luis Obispo County, California. It occurs in open areas of coastal dune scrub and... More

Indian Knob mountainbalm (27195418642)

Indian Knob mountainbalm (27195418642)

Indian Knob mountainbalm shows off its attractive lavender bell-shaped flowers and sticky narrow leaves. Photo by Connie Rutherford/USFWS.