Species

Rotifers

Sponges

Bryozoans (Ectoprocta)

Zooplankton

Ctenophora
(Comb Jellies)

Platyhelminths
(Flatworms)

Nemertea
(Ribbon Worms)

Echiurids
(Fat Innkeeper Worm)

Annelids
(Worms)

Mosses


Fungi

Other on-line field guides to this area

Kim's Field Guides of Long Beach

Crystal Cove State Park

Habitats

Ocean

California's Nearshore Waters and Open Ocean

Islands and Offshore Rocks

California's Islands and Offshore Rocks

Rocky Intertidal

California's rocky intertidal zones

 

Bluffs and Headlands

California's Coastal Bluffs

Beaches

California's Beaches

Coastal Sand Dunes

California's Coastal Sand Dunes

Marine Terraces

California's Marine Terraces

 

Streams and Rivers

Orange County Watersheds

Wetlands

California's coastal wetlands
Wetlands and Wildlife Care Center of Orange County

Newport Bay Conservancy
Newport Bay Scenics

Coastal Sage Scrub

UCI Natural Reserves and Environmental Facilities
Electronic Trail Guides
(In development)
California Habitat Conservation Planning
The Irvine Ranch Land Reserve

Chaparral

California Chaparral Field Institute

Oak Woodland

After the Rain

Coastal Mountains

California's coastal mountains

Regional Conservation Issues

Vandergast, A. G., A. J. Bohonak, S. A. Hathaway, J. Boys, and R. N. Fisher. 2008. Are hotspots of evolutionary potential adequately protected in southern California? Biological Conservation 141:1648-1664.

Finding Evolutionary Hotspots in Southern California for Conservation Planning

California Wildlife Habitat Relationships

Compiled by
Dr. Peter J. Bryant (pjbryant@uci.edu)
School of Biological Sciences
University of California, Irvine
Irvine, CA 92717, USA
Phone (949) 824-4714 Fax (949) 824-3571