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San Gabriel Mountains

noun

, (used with a plural verb)
  1. a mountain range in S California, N of Los Angeles. Highest peak, San Antonio Peak, 10,080 feet (3,072 meters).


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The San Gabriel Mountains are approximately sixty-six miles long, and average twenty miles wide.

Willett (1944:19) mentions that flying squirrels probably occur in the San Gabriel Mountains.

This chipmunk was characteristic of the most boreal parts of the San Gabriel Mountains.

It occurs regularly along the entire desert slope of the San Gabriel Mountains.

Consequently one would expect no intergradation between the coastal and desert races in the San Gabriel Mountains.

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