Baker cypress is restricted to northern California and southern Oregon.
Baker cypress (C. b. ssp. bakeri) occurs in Modoc, Plumas, Shasta, and
Siskiyou counties in California [18,25]. Siskiyou cypress (C. b. ssp.
matthewsii) has disjunct populations in the Siskiyou Mountains of
Josephine County, Oregon, and on Goosenest Mountain in Siskiyou County,
California [18,29]. The Bureau of Land Management administers the Baker
Cypress Natural Area and Timbered Crater Baker Cypress Natural Area,
both in Siskiyou and Modoc counties, California .
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