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james henandez

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John Miller

on 20 December 2013

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California shrub land food web
the sun
chamise
california sage brush
toyon
coast shrub oak
mule deer
big eared woodrat
bob cat
coyote
mountan lion
mountan lion
scrub jay
spittle bug
mule deer
the sun is a hot and big star
th chamise is a native plant.
the mule deer name is Odocoileus hemionus
the california sage (generally, the 13 western states where federal land holdings include 30% to more than 50% of a state's area)
the scrub jays found in Mexico, western Central America the western United States
the mule deer name is Odocoileus hemionus
mountain lion of the family Felidae native to the Americas.
Toyon is a prominent component of the coastal sage scrub plant community, and is a part of drought-adapted chaparral and mixed oak woodland habitats. It is also known by the common names Christmas berry and California holly. Accordingly, "the abundance of this species in the hills above Los Angeles...gave rise to the name Hollywood.
Quercus berberidifolia grows to 1-2 m tall
like the wolf, the coyote's range has expanded in the wake of human civilization, and coyotes readily reproduce in metropolitan areas
the big-eared woodrat before host-jumping to the California mouse
mountain lion of the family Felidae native to the Americas.
Though the bobcat prefers rabbits and hares
Adults are like leafhoppers but appear much wider, about 3/8 inch long
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