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|FINAL HABITAT MANAGEMENT PLAN for Starwood - Santa Fe Valley SECOND AMENDMENT||2000||report|
Ranges from southern California to northern Baja California .
On Conserved Lands, occurrences found in MU2 (Rancho Mission Park, Soledad Natural Park), MU 3 (Otay Ranch Preserve), MU 4 (Sycamore Canyon and Goodan Ranch), and MU 6 (Sage Hill Preserve, Del Dios Highlands Open Space Preserve, Santa Fe Valley, Lusardi Creek Preserve, Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve).
Grows in chaparral and cismontane woodland communities .
In the Ericaceae family . There are two subspecies, Comarostaphylis diversilfolia ssp. diversifolia and Comarostaphylis diversifolia ssp. planifola. The former is native to the coastal hills of southern California and Baja Califonia and the latter is native to the Channel Islands of California and the Transverse Ranges north of Los Angeles .
A perennial evergreen shrub .
Blooms from April through June [1,3].
Threatened by development, urbanization, and gravel mining .
 California Native Plant Society, Rare Plant Program. 2017. Inventory of Rare and Endangered Plants of California (online edition, v8-03 0.39). Website http://www.rareplants.cnps.org [accessed 29 September 2017].
 "Summer Holly." 2017. CalScape. http://calscape.org/Comarostaphylis-diversifolia-(Summer-Holly)
 "Summer Holly." 2017. Calfora. http://www.calflora.org/cgi-bin/species_query.cgi?where-taxon=Comarostaphylis+diversifolia