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Cola de Zorra Muhlenbergia emersleyi

Autor

plazewskie

Fecha

Abril 10, 2021 05:35 PM MDT
Cola de Zorra - Photo (c) Michael Gochfeld, todos los derechos reservados
de mancillas: Cola de Zorra (Muhlenbergia emersleyi)
Añadido el 13 abril 2021.
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ulysses20

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Abril 4, 2021 02:55 PM PDT
Polypogon - Photo (c) Matt Lavin, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-SA)
de mancillas: Género Polypogon, un miembro de Pastos Y Cereales (Familia Poaceae)
Añadido el 05 abril 2021.
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Autor

matttryc

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Marzo 28, 2021 03:37 PM MDT
Phacelia integrifolia - Photo (c) danjleavitt, todos los derechos reservados, uploaded by Dan Leavitt
de mancillas: Phacelia integrifolia, un miembro de Nomeolvides, Borrajas, Heliotropos Y Parientes (Familia Boraginaceae)
Añadido el 30 marzo 2021.
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Zacate Punta Blanca Digitaria californica

Autor

privera5

Fecha

Octubre 12, 2020 05:08 PM MDT
Zacate Punta Blanca - Photo (c) Aaron Balam, todos los derechos reservados
de mancillas: Zacate Punta Blanca (Digitaria californica)
Añadido el 20 marzo 2021.
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Arroz Indio Eriocoma hymenoides

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2020 04:15 PM MST

Descripción

Habitat: sandy bottom lands, and rocky slopes. Soils were course with colluvial parent material.
Growth form: Perennial bunch grass
Leaves: blades are more commonly located towards the base of the plant, the leaves them self are narrow in width then long length with parallel venation. As the blade works it’s way to the base it begins to roll at the edges.
Inflorescence: Panicles with branches that do not taper towards the top, with florets that are rounded with awns.
Fruit: seeds are tiny and round, and heavily pubescent.

Arroz Indio - Photo (c) Joe Decruyenaere, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-SA)
de mancillas: Arroz Indio (Eriocoma hymenoides)
Añadido el 16 marzo 2021.
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Arroz Indio Eriocoma hymenoides

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Noviembre 11, 2020 01:26 PM EST
Arroz Indio - Photo (c) Joe Decruyenaere, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-SA)
de mancillas: Arroz Indio (Eriocoma hymenoides)
Añadido el 16 marzo 2021.
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Banderilla Bouteloua curtipendula

Autor

rgorcik

Fecha

Enero 13, 2021 11:17 AM MST
Banderilla - Photo (c) psweet, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-SA), uploaded by psweet
de mancillas: Banderilla (Bouteloua curtipendula)
Añadido el 13 marzo 2021.
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Autor

hjacobson44

Fecha

Noviembre 22, 2020 03:25 PM MST

Descripción

Habitat: This plant was found on a rocky slope at Aguirre Springs. It was scarce in the landscape.

Growth form: Perennial shrub or small tree.

Flowers: Catkin-like flowers, green, inconspicuous, hangs in clusters or "tassels." Flowers are dioecious.

Fruit: Purplish-blue, pea-sized fruit with 1 or 2 seeds.

Leaves: Opposite, simple, entire, thick, leathery, and evergreen. Similar light green color on both sides of leaves. Short petioles.

Garrya wrightii - Photo (c) akscoggin, todos los derechos reservados
de mancillas: Garrya wrightii, un miembro de Árboles Amargos (Género Garrya)
Añadido el 05 diciembre 2020.
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Autor

hjacobson44

Fecha

Noviembre 22, 2020 03:33 PM MST

Descripción

Habitat: This plant was found on a rocky slope in Aguirre Springs, directly below large bedrock slabs.

Growth form: Rock dwelling ferns. Small, sturdy, and evergreen.

Leaves: Densely covered in trichomes.

Spores: The sporangia are protected by leaf margins, which can curl over them. Found on the bottom of leaves.

Myriopteris fendleri - Photo (c) CK Kelly, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY)
de mancillas: Myriopteris fendleri, un miembro de Helechos Mil Alas (Género Myriopteris)
Añadido el 05 diciembre 2020.
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Navajita Bouteloua gracilis

Autor

sshank427

Fecha

Noviembre 23, 2020 02:34 PM MST

Descripción

Habitat type: hilly scrubland.

Elevation: grows between 1370-2590m

Soils: gravelly and located on a rocky hillside.

Land use: recreational.

Growth form: graminoid/grass.

Leaf arrangement/type: alternate, simple, with gray/green color.

Flower type/parts: inforescence: multiple flowers per spikelet, less than 1/4 inch awns, three awns, spikelets have 1 sterile floret and 1 fertile floret.

Fruit type: caryopsis.

Pubescence: sparsely pubescent on upper surface.

Roots: fibrous.

Navajita - Photo (c) Louis, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-SA)
de mancillas: Navajita (Bouteloua gracilis)
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Chaparro de Sonora Quercus turbinella

Autor

sshank427

Fecha

Noviembre 23, 2020 02:28 PM MST

Descripción

Habitat type: hilly scrubland.

Elevation: grows between 600-2300m.

Soils: gravelly and located on a rocky hillside.

Land use: recreational.

Growth form: shrub tree.

Leaf arrangement/type: alternate, simple, spinose, with a leathery texture and greenish-gray color.

Flower type/parts: greenish; plants unisexual with male and female flowers, female flowers solitary or in groups on spikes/male flowers with 4-7 stamens.

Fruit type: Acorn.

Pubescence: twigs are woolly when young/ fuzzy leaves.

Roots: taproot.

Chaparro de Sonora - Photo (c) J. N. Stuart, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC-ND)
de mancillas: Chaparro de Sonora (Quercus turbinella)
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Retamas Género Senna

Autor

sshank427

Fecha

Noviembre 23, 2020 02:39 PM MST

Descripción

Habitat type: hilly scrubland.

Soils: gravelly and located on a rocky hillside.

Land use: recreational.

Growth form: forb.

Roots: taproot.

Retamas - Photo (c) sunnetchan, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC-SA)
de mancillas: Retamas (Género Senna)
Añadido el 05 diciembre 2020.
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Cenizo Atriplex canescens

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Noviembre 22, 2020 03:21 PM MST

Descripción

Habitat:
Found in the Bosque near the Rio Grande in a forest/riparian area. The elevation was 4,865 ft. with no slope. There was sandy soils and the area had little to no disturbance as it is used for recreational trails.
Feature Description:
Growth form/habitat- A perennial woody shrub.
Leaf arrangement/type- Alternate, simple, and oblanceolate leaves.
Armature- none
Flower type/parts- Dioecious; has yellow/brown staminate and pistillate flowers. 
Fruit type- Small seeds enclosed by 4-winged bracts.
Pubescence- none present
Roots- Has a taproot and small lateral roots.

Cenizo - Photo (c) Carol Blaney, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
de mancillas: Cenizo (Atriplex canescens)
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Cola de Zorra Polypogon monspeliensis

Fecha

Noviembre 22, 2020 03:28 PM MST

Descripción

Habitat:
Found along the Rio Grande in a forest/riparian area. The elevation was 4,900 ft. with no slope. There was sandy soils and the area had little to no disturbance as it is was along the bank of the river.
Feature Description:
Growth form/habitat- An annual clumping grass that prefers moist ground.
Leaf arrangement/type- Has basal leaf blades that are alternate and linear.
Armature- none
Flower type/parts- Densely flowered; monoecious. Spiklets are pedicellate with 1 fertile floret. Has glumes, lemmas, palea with 3 stamens, 2 styles, and 2 stigmas. 
Fruit type- Caryopsis
Pubescence- none 
Roots- Has fibrous roots.

Cola de Zorra - Photo (c) יאיר אור, todos los derechos reservados
de mancillas: Cola de Zorra (Polypogon monspeliensis)
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Huizapol Distichlis spicata

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Noviembre 22, 2020 03:42 PM MST

Descripción

Habitat:
Found in the Bosque near the Rio Grande in a forest/riparian area. The elevation was around 4,860 ft. with no slope. There was sandy soils and the area had little to no disturbance as it was along a walking trail.
Feature Description:
Growth form/habitat- A sod-forming perennial grass.
Leaf arrangement/type- Leaf blades are alternate and simple.
Armature- none
Flower type/parts- Dioecious with pistillate panicles producing up to 20 spiklets. The spiklets are unisexual and gave up to 18 flowers. Can also have staminate spiklets and lemmas, glumes, and palea.
Fruit type- Awnless caryopsis
Pubescence- Occurs at the sheath base.
Roots- Has adventitious/fibrous roots and rhizomes.

Huizapol - Photo (c) Lauren Glevanik, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
de mancillas: Huizapol (Distichlis spicata)
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Sauce de Hojas Angostas Salix exigua

Autor

amanda1605

Fecha

Noviembre 28, 2020 04:55 PM MST

Descripción

Habitat: Dense growing, erect, slender stemmed trees, forming a thicket, in a sandy riparian area along the Rio Grande rivers edge.

Growth form: dioecious shrub, rhizomatous, perennial

Inflorescence: catkin

Flowers: greenish yellow catkins, unisexual, apetalous, staminate scales, glabrous or hairy, pubescent on both sides with a sparsely pubescent ovary.

Fruit: capsule, located in catkins, splits into 2 halves

Leaves: simple, alternate, blades linear to lanceolate, yellowish green to silvery pubescent, becomes glabrous.

Sauce de Hojas Angostas - Photo (c) 1998 California Academy of Sciences, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC-SA)
de mancillas: Sauce de Hojas Angostas (Salix exigua)
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Carrizo Phragmites australis

Autor

amanda1605

Fecha

Noviembre 28, 2020 04:56 PM MST

Descripción

Habitat: Densely growing, tall, erect, leafy, growing in a wet, sandy, riparian area along the Rio Grande rivers edge.

Growth form: rhizomatous, perennial, subshrub. Readily propagates by the nodes of old stems, stolons, and rhizomes.

Inflorescence: contracted panicles

Flowers: off-white to purplish, 3-10 florets, long silky hairs on rachilla, lanceolate glumes, glabrous.

Leaves: blades lanceolate, linear, mostly flat and glabrous

Carrizo - Photo (c) Roger Debenham, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
de mancillas: Carrizo (Phragmites australis)
Añadido el 05 diciembre 2020.
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Cenizo Atriplex canescens

Autor

amanda1605

Fecha

Noviembre 28, 2020 05:03 PM MST

Descripción

Habitat: Evergreen shrub found growing in a riparian area along the roadside, in sandy-gravelly soil right above the Rio Grande river.

Growth form: dioecious perennial shrub.

Inflorescence: panicle of spicate branches

Flowers: tiny, green or yellow-green, unisexual, 5 ovate calyx lobes, 5 stamens, pistillate flowers subtended by 2 bracts. Male and female flowers occur on separate plants. Staminate flowers are yellow.

Fruit: achene and enclosed in 4 winged bracts.

Leaves: alternate, sessile, simple, entire, oblong to obovate or lanceolate, thick, gray-green, become glabrous.

Cenizo - Photo (c) Carol Blaney, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
de mancillas: Cenizo (Atriplex canescens)
Añadido el 05 diciembre 2020.
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Palo Verde Parkinsonia aculeata

Autor

la_sam23

Fecha

Octubre 17, 2020 11:03 AM MDT

Descripción

Habitat Notes
Habitat type / Plant community: shrubland
Elevation: 1247 meters
Soils: Dune land; Parent material: Sandy eolian sands

Features Description
Growth form / habit: Tree with green bark
Leaf arrangement / leaf type: Twice-pinnate, leaflets 2-8mm long
Fruit type: pods

Palo Verde - Photo (c) Prosperoid, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC-SA)
de mancillas: Palo Verde (Parkinsonia aculeata)
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Tasajillo Cylindropuntia leptocaulis

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Noviembre 29, 2020 02:49 PM MST

Descripción

-Found in a urban, unmanaged plot surrounded by other shrubs and forbs. Growing intertwined another shrub
-Sandy loam soil
-Perennial shrub
-Alternate stem segments grey/purple/green
-Armature: spines
-Tap root
-Bloom early spring-early summer Mar-Oct
•Flower yellow/green/red 5-8mm long. Yellow filaments, anthers, and style. Green stigma
•Fruit yellow/red/purple
•Seeds yellow 3-4.5 mm

Tasajillo - Photo (c) catchang, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
de mancillas: Tasajillo (Cylindropuntia leptocaulis)
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Hierba de Conejo de Guadalupe Ericameria nauseosa

Autor

cutter95

Fecha

Noviembre 6, 2020 09:19 AM MST

Descripción

Habitat: This plant was found on a rocky slope of a dry ridge inhabited mostly by scrub oak and juniper trees. The area was lightly grazed by cattle, mule deer, and elk. The soil was poor and rocky.
Elevation: 7,200 ft.

Growth form: perennial shrub. Deep, fast growing root system.

Leave arrangement: Alternate, simple, sessile.

Leaf type: Linearly, narrow oblanceolate. Acute apices. Margins entire.

Flowers: Heads form round topped terminal arrangements. Perfect, discoid flowers. 15-31 phyllaries in 3-5 rows. 5 florets per head.

Fruits: Cypselae. Dull white pappi bristles.

Hierba de Conejo de Guadalupe - Photo (c) Matt Lavin, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-SA)
de mancillas: Hierba de Conejo de Guadalupe (Ericameria nauseosa)
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Ocotillo Fouquieria splendens

Autor

ajramos85

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2020 09:16 AM MST

Descripción

-Habitat type / Plant Community: Found growing in an urban area on the NMSU campus within the Chihuahuan Desert Native Plant Garden located near Foster Hall; species is common in desert shrub and desert grasslands. Plant communities include Wheeler sotol, Lechuguilla, agave, yucca, and Opuntia species.
-Aspect / Slope / Elevation: Flat ground, ~3,900 feet above sea level.

-Soils: Usually shallow, rocky, and of granitic or limestone origin and are frequently underlain by caliche.
-Disturbance: High due to it being in an urban area - on the NMSU campus.

-Land Use: Commercial
-Growth Form / Habit: Perennial Shrub
-Leaf Arrangement / Leaf Type: Green leaves; simple, alternate; pinnately venation. Leaf abscission occurs under water stress. Leaves are 1-2 cm in length, 2-8 mm in width, obovate, on terminal long growth or axillary short shoots, and the tips can be notched or rounded.
-Armature: Spines
-Flower Type / Parts: Perfect flower (Bisexual). Individual flowers have 5 sepals encircling a fused tube of 5 petals, colored red or orange, actinomorphic, and contain ~10+ stamens.
-Fruit Type: 3-valved capsules that contain flat, papery-winged seeds.
-Inflorescence: Narrow terminal panicles 5-20 cm long
-Litter: Quite a bit present.
-Roots: Shallow with some laterals branching from the primary taproot just beneath the soil surface.

Ocotillo - Photo (c) Ken Schneider, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC), uploaded by K Schneider
de mancillas: Ocotillo (Fouquieria splendens)
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Autor

ajramos85

Fecha

Noviembre 9, 2020 07:55 AM MST

Descripción

-Habitat Type / Plant Community: Found within a riparian area near an irrigation ditch and agricultural crop fields. Common along lakes, rivers, and marshy areas. Plant communities include Bermudagrass, Field Sandbur, and Broadleaf Cattail.
-Aspect / Slope / Elevation: Flat ground. ~5,300 feet above sea level.
-Soils: Sandy, Sandy Loam, Clay Loam, Medium Loam; Moist Soils; tolerates mostly any soil type but heavy clay.
-Disturbance: Mild to significant due to it being along a trail that individuals use to walk their dogs along an irrigation ditch within an urban area.

-Land Use: Agricultural/Recreational
-Growth Form / Habit: Perennial Tree
-Leaf Arrangement / Leaf Type: Simple; alternate; triangular leaves that are grayish green to bright green in color. Reticulate leaf venation. Distally flattened petiole. Leaf blade is broadly triangular-ovate, with a leaf base that is cordate to truncate or broadly cuneate. Leaf apex is acuminate. Buds are somewhat large. Performed blade margins are coarsely crenate-serrate at midblade; crenate-serrate neoformed blade margins; rounded/graded teeth on each side of leaf.
-Flower Type / Parts: Dioecious, imperfect; (30-)40-80 stamens (yellowish or reddish in color). Male flowers are more conspicuous than the female flowers. Discs saucer-shaped, not apparently oblique, entire. Anthers are truncate. 2-4 platelike stigmas. Ovary is ovoid and contains 3-4 carpels.
-Fruit Type: 3-4 valved capsules that are ovoid, glabrous, and contain 30-60 seeds per capsule.
-Pubescence: The small seeds contain white cotton-like hair that aid in dispersal.

-Litter: Some plant litter present.
-Roots: Extensive shallow roots that contain a taproot and lateral roots; production of shallow adventitious roots when growing in a flooded environment.

-My dog is seen in the picture for scale.

Chopo Americano - Photo (c) JanetandPhil, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC-ND)
de mancillas: Chopo Americano (Populus deltoides)
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Gordolobo Común Verbascum thapsus

Autor

happy15

Fecha

Noviembre 29, 2020 02:02 PM UTC

Descripción

Habitat Notes
Habitat type/Plant community: growing along a forest road in Upper Karr Canyon
Slope: South facing
Elevation: 8,675
Soils: Loam
Disturbance: Moderate disturbance
Land Use: Recreational area
Features Description:
Growth form/habit: biennial forb
Leaf arrangement/leaf type: alternate, simple
Armature: None
Flower type/parts: not present. In the second year, it creates a single, erect flowering stem. Flowers are densely arranged on a spike-like terminal inflorescence. Very short lived.
Fruit type: not present. Produces two hairy, egg-shaped capsules containing seeds.
Pubescence: Present on the leaves, creating a wooly appearance.
Roots: Deep taproots with fibrous lateral roots
Mainly grass and rocks with a few pine needles making up the plant litter around this little guy.

Gordolobo Común - Photo (c) Steve Chilton, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC-ND)
de mancillas: Gordolobo Común (Verbascum thapsus)
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Ocotillo Fouquieria splendens

Autor

happy15

Fecha

Octubre 29, 2020 12:29 AM UTC

Descripción

  1. Habitat Type: Chihuahua Desert, Dona Ana Mountains. Elevation: ~4,000 ft . Disturbance: low to moderate. Land use: National Monument, Recreational use for hiking, mountain biking, horse back riding. Growth form: shrub-like. Has multiple stems with no main branch. Bark is deeply furrowed. Leaf arrangement: obovate, long with rounded or notched leaves. Appear after rain. Not present during time of year. Armature: spines present. Flower type/parts: not present during time of year. Red flowers found in dense panicles. Pubescence: not present.
    Overall, this species is quite tall. No leaves or flowers were present during this time of year. There is litter present on the ground in the background of pictures, more than likely this year's leaves. The roots are shallow. No reproductive characteristics are present.

Ocotillo - Photo (c) Ken Schneider, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC), uploaded by K Schneider
de mancillas: Ocotillo (Fouquieria splendens)
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Popotillo Plateado Bothriochloa barbinodis

Autor

lexi_monty

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2020 04:40 PM MST

Descripción

Habitat: This plant was found in the Guadalupe mountain range roughly 7 miles east of Pinon, NM. This plant was growing in a soft area near the highway, safe from grazing domestic herbivores.

Growth Form: perennial grass (graminoid)

Flowers: N/A

Fruit: Seeds are tufted and can travel long distances by wind.

Leaves: The "blades" in this photo are long senesced, but leaves are typically slender and protective in nature.

Pubescence: "hairy" nodes

Popotillo Plateado - Photo (c) Jay Keller, todos los derechos reservados, uploaded by Jay L. Keller
de mancillas: Popotillo Plateado (Bothriochloa barbinodis)
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Nopal de Chihuahua Opuntia phaeacantha

Autor

r_mccarty

Fecha

Octubre 31, 2020 04:16 PM MDT

Descripción

Habitat: desert scrub
Aspect, Slope, Elevation: hillside
Soils: Rocky/Sandy soils
Land Use: Public/BLM
Growth Form: shrub-like; cactus/Succulent
Root System: shallow root system
Leaf Type: Modified leaves: spines
Armature: spines
Flowers: typically yellow to red
Fruit Type: fleshy, purple fruit

Note: pads show some signs of stress (purple perimeter)

Nopal de Chihuahua - Photo (c) Stan Shebs, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-SA)
de mancillas: Nopal de Chihuahua (Opuntia phaeacantha)
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Hierba de San Nicolás Gutierrezia sarothrae

Autor

r_mccarty

Fecha

Octubre 31, 2020 04:21 PM MDT

Descripción

Habitat: desert scrub
Aspect, Slope, Elevation: hillside
Soils: Rocky/Sandy soils
Land Use: Public/BLM
Growth Form: small shrub
Family: Asteraceae

Hierba de San Nicolás - Photo (c) 113675593665680248221, todos los derechos reservados, uploaded by Michele Roman
de mancillas: Hierba de San Nicolás (Gutierrezia sarothrae)
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Ayarín Pseudotsuga menziesii

Autor

r_mccarty

Fecha

Noviembre 27, 2020 11:14 AM MST

Descripción

Habitat: Mountains (coniferous trees)
Aspect, Slope, Elevation: mountain slopes, approx. 8,000 ft.

Soils: rocky, loam soil
Land Use: U.S. Forest
Growth Form: tree

Leaf Type: needles

Ayarín - Photo (c) 5u5, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
de mancillas: Ayarín (Pseudotsuga menziesii)
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Sauce Gatillo Vitex agnus-castus

Autor

joshm7

Fecha

Noviembre 28, 2020 12:06 PM MST

Descripción

Habitat: This plant was found in a park at Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua. It is a disturbed area. the soil is a sandy clay.
Growth form: Perennial shrub.
Leaf arrangement/type: Opposite, palmate leaves.
Fruit: Yellow capsules.
Pubescence: Present on leaf and fruit.

Sauce Gatillo - Photo (c) terinnitup, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC), uploaded by terinnitup
de mancillas: Sauce Gatillo (Vitex agnus-castus)
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