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2004 Summary of Monitoring Results for Muilla clevelandii report

San Diego goldenstar (Muilla clevelandii) is a rare plant species associated with grassland areas. Monitoring for this plant was conducted on April 16, 2004 at Otay Lakes and Marron Valley by City of San Diego staff. Monitoring for this species began in 2001 and has been conducted annually (McMillan Biological Consulting and Conservation Biology Institute, 2001; Wildlife Research Institute, 2002). The goal of the effort was to continue the annual collection of data for long-term monitoring of San Diego goldenstar under the MSCP.

2003 Summary of Monitoring Results for Muilla clevelandii report

San Diego goldenstar (Muilla clevelandii) is a rare plant species associated with grassland areas. Monitoring for this plant was conducted on May 19, 2003 on Del Mar Mesa by City of San Diego staff. Monitoring for this species began in 2001 and has been conducted annually (McMillan Biological Consulting and Conservation Biology Institute, 2001; Wildlife Research Institute, 2002). The methodology and results of the monitoring are detailed below. The goal of the effort was to continue the annual collection of data for long-term monitoring of San Diego goldenstar under the MSCP.