San Diego Management & Monitoring Program


City of San Diego Multiple Species Conservation Program: Summary of Monitoring Results for Dudleya blochmaniae ssp. brevifolia

Type: report

Article abstract: Introduction: Short-leaved dudleya (Dudleya blochmaniae ssp. brevifolia) is listed by the State Government as an endangered plant species. The only five known occurrences of this extremely rare plant are Carmel Mountain, Del Mar Heights (Crest Canyon), Skeleton Canyon (UCSD), Torrey Pines State Park, and Torrey Pines State Park Extension. This plant is a perennial herb that typically blooms between April and June. Monitoring for this plant was conducted on May 9, 2000 by Keith Greer and Holly Boessow and May 27, 2000 by Holly Boessow, Keith Greer, Heather Bruce, and Bernard Turgeon. The methodology and results of the monitoring are detailed below. The goal of the effort was to continue long-term monitoring of short-leaved dudleya under the Multiple Species Conservation Program (MSCP).

Number of pages: 13

Month: May

Year: 2000

Publisher: City of San Diego

Purpose: The goal of the effort was to continue long-term monitoring of short-leaved dudleya under the Multiple Species Conservation Program (MSCP).

Prepared by: City of San Diego, Multiple Species Conservation Program;

Keywords: animals and plants; City of San Diego; Dudleya blochmaniae ssp. brevifolia; MSCP; plants; rare plant monitoring; Short-leaved dudleya; SLDU; species and habitats; Triennial report;

Species: Short-leaved dudleya