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pinyon juniper woodlands

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Cactus and Succulent Society of America - Journal 2006 No 3
... , T. pseudopectinatus is internationally protected under Appendix I of CITES. It grows in grasslands and pinyon-juniper woodlands in Tamaulipas and Nuevo Leon, Mexico. With its small size, beautiful spination and easy growing ...
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CPC Plant Profile - National Collection of Endangered Plants
... in habitats with open canopies, low competition, and little organic material. Primary associated communities are pinyon-juniper woodlands with blackbush or flannelbush, and blackbrush scrub between 5,000 and 6,600 feet (1 ...
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Classes on California native plants, mycorrhiza and the native plant community.
... These are the transition communities that live between Dominant California Forests and Dominant Dessert WOODLANDS and SCRUBLANDS In these communities ectomycorrhiza and VAM are dominant in mosaic patterns ... equivalents: So. France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, S.E. Australia, N.Zealand, S. Africa COLD Pinyon-Juniper Woodland VAM,ectomycorrhiza 7-12 in Bristle-cone Pine ectomycorrhiza,VAM 12-15in HOT ...
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Habitats of California
... on it! Woodlands What represents the habitat? In the west we have many forms of woodlands from Oak, Pine to Juniper. Woodlands Community Rainfall [cm] Northern Juniper Woodland 20-35 Pinyon-Juniper 20-35 North ... with the Quercus garryana (Oregon Oak). Both the coast ranges and the Sierras have woodlands of Pinus sabiniana ( Digger Pine ) and Quercus (many species: Coast Live, Live, Valley, Blue, ...
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Pinus edulis Engelm
... pinyon-juniper watershed in Arizona. Water Resources Research 20(11):1639-1642. Balda, Russell P. 1987. Avian impacts on pinyon-juniper woodlands. p. 525-533. In Proceedings-Pinyon-Juniper ...
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Pinus monophyfla Torr
... branches. Pinyon nuts were a staple in the diet of the Indians before white settlement and are still harvested extensively. At present, the greatest values of the pinyon-juniper woodlands are the ... ., C. Dwight Beeson, Robin J. Tausch, Neil E. West, and Kenneth H. Rea. 1979. Pinyon-juniper woodlands in the Great Basin: distribution, flora, vegetal cover. USDA Forest Service, Research Paper INT- ...
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Bloom Color List
... ; dark pink 4-petaled flowers Red-Root Buckwheat Eriogonum racemosum 6-18 in L Perennial; woodlands, basal rosette of velvety gray leaves Whirling Butterflies Gaura lindheimeri 18 in 15 in M ... foliage Dusky Penstemon Penstemon comarrhenus 2.5 ft 2.5 ft L Penstemon; plant with pinyon-juniper or among ponderosa pines Mat Penstemon Penstemon linarioides 6 in 12 in L Penstemon; low ...
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Bloom Season List
... leaves Dusky Penstemon Penstemon comarrhenus 2.5 ft 2.5 ft L Penstemon; plant with pinyon-juniper or among ponderosa pines Chokecherry Prunus virginiana 12 ft 6 ft M-L Shrub; bright ... -petaled daisy flowers throughout summer Red-Root Buckwheat Eriogonum racemosum 6-18 in L Perennial; woodlands, basal rosette of velvety gray leaves Sulfur-Flowered Buckwheat Eriogonum umbellatum 4-12 in L ...
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