Foliage is scale-like, medium green, very small, in pairs, lasting 3 or so years before falling to reveal the brown stem. The branch sprays are rounded and held upright.
Reproductive structures are stroboli. Male are small, you can see them in the above picture at the tips of some of the branches. Females are also small, as seen below.
Cones are woody, dry, oblong, about an inch, generally not longer, with peltate scales, soccer ball like. Saw a website that called the cones "Ugly Nuts".
114 Eureka Canyon Rd, as seen in the top picture.