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Juniperus flaccida; Mexican Drooping Juniper   

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Juniperus flaccida
Juniperus flaccida
Mexican Drooping Juniper
Photographer: E. Wynn Anderson

ID: 0000 0000 0316 0037 (2016-03-01)

Copyright © 2016 Wynn Anderson

 
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  • date of photo  Oct 5, 2013
  • latitude 30.15133   longitude 108.32595     View on Google Maps.
  • location   La Cueva de la Olla Pserve, 3.4 miles south of Ejido Ignacio Zaragosa (El Willy), 4.3 miles north of km 42 of paved hiway to Colonia Pacheco (Mcp. Casas Grandes, Chihuahua, Mexico)
  • family Cupressaceae
  • plant community   creek riparian in pine-oak-juniper woodland at 1897m (6230')
  • notes   riparian corridor of small tributary of Rio Verde in narrow canyon cut in volcanic rhyolitic tuff. Plants in volcanic silts, coarse soils, mixed gravels and scattered large boulders of canyon bottomland. Large mature tree with estimated height exceeding 36', circumference greater than 8'. Scale provided by Dr. Richard Spellenberg, Professor Emeritus, Biological Sciences, New Mexico State University
  • keywords: SMOc
  • contributor's ID #  SMOc 2890
  • photo category: Plant - tree

  • MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS PLANT
  • common names   Mexican Drooping Juniper, Weeping Juniper, Enebro Triste (photographer)
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