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chisos mountains

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Agave
... be purchased in Mexican markets. Left: Agave havardiana - growing in the basin region within the Chisos mountains of the Big Bend National Park, Texas in April 1990. Typically of this species, the ... Coronado National Forest, Arizona. Left: the base of an Agave parryi flowering in the Devil Mountains, Organ Pipe National Monument, Arizona. May 1997. Left: Agave parviflora flowering on a sloping rock ...
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TX Native Orchids -- Part 2, by Nina Rach
... for Barton Holland Warnock, a Texas botanist; the type locality is Brewster County, in the Chisos Mountains. Also found in the Big Thicket, and in Gillespie and Jeff Davis Counties. Isotria verticillata ...
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Maclura pomifera (Raf
... drainage of Oklahoma, Texas, and Arkansas; and in the Blackland Prairies, Post Oak Savannas, and Chisos Mountains of Texas (28). According to some authors the original range included most of eastern Oklahoma ... includes most of the country east of the Rocky Mountains, south of the Platte River and the Great Lakes, excluding the Appalachian Mountains. -The native range of osage-orange. Climate Within ...
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American Graffiti
... Asclepiadaceae, Crassulaceae and Euphorbiaceae. Many succulent plants found in the North American mountains are frost hardy under the very dry conditions in which they flourish, ... :Nikki Thompson, Los Angeles Chisos Mountains Baisin, Texas. Above left: Sedum harvardii. Above centre & right: Sedum wrightii. Both species found growing close together in the Chisos Mountains, Texas. Euphorbiaceae - ...
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Agavaceae
... still be purchased in Mexican markets. Agave havardiana - growing in the basin region within the Chisos mountains of the Big Bend National Park, Texas in April 1990. Typically of this species, ... greenish-yellow flowers. Beschorneria (Kunth 1850) There are 7 species of Beschorneria, growing in high mountains and forests of Mexico and Guatemala. All species consist of polycarpic stemless rosettes of ...
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Nolinaceae
... species form short trunks. Left: Dasylirion leiophyllum (Sotol) in the "Green Gulch" of the Chisos Mountains, Big Bend National Park, Texas. Although sufficiently mature to flower, these rosettes are stem- ... texana. It was growing at a lower altitude in the "Green Gulch" of the Chisos Mountains, Big Bend National Park, Texas. Left: Nolina microcarpa (Beargrass) in the Coronado National Forest, ...
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Plants illustrated on The Succulent Plant Page
... - flower - San Felipe Wash, Anza-Borego National Park Agave havardiana - Chisos Mountains, Big Bend National Park Agave lechuguilla - flower Big Bend National ... Dudleya sp. #2 - California Echevieria strictiflora, Chisos Mountains Baisin of the Big Bend National Park Sedum harvardii Chisos Mountains, Texas Sedum wrightii Chisos Mountains, Texas Sempervivum Sempervivum miscellaneous cultivars - ...
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Animals from the deserts of the South-West USA
... in the Big Bend country. Photographed on the lower slopes of Mount Emory in the Chisos Mountains of the Big Bend National Park, Texas, April 1990. Left: Where there are warm rocks ...
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USA October 2003
... Portulaca Portulaca pilosa, South of Shafter, Texas Sedum species #1 Chisos Mountains, Texas Sedum species #2 Chisos Mountains, Texas Thelocactus bicolor, West of Terlingua Toumeya papyracantha, Salt Flats ... National Park Wash in flood, Big Bend National Park Hodgkiss in habitat, Chisos Mountains Hodgkiss in habitat, Chisos Mountains Home Page The Succulent Plant Page This page is copyright R ...
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