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Mirabilis oxybaphoides
Mirabilis oxybaphoides
Smooth Spreading Four O'clock
Photographer: E. Wynn Anderson

ID: 0000 0000 0421 0294 (2021-04-06)

Copyright © 2021 Wynn Anderson

 
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  • date of photo  Sep 1, 2013
  • latitude 32.91187   longitude 105.46520     View on Google Maps.
  • location   Forest Service road FS 607(Carr Canyon Road), 0.1 mile west off off hiway US 82 at mile marker 36, 1.6 miles northeast of Mayhill, Sacramento Mts. (Otero Co. County, New Mexico, US)
  • family Nyctaginaceae
  • plant community   former Pinyon-Juniper-Oak woodland, severely burned over in 2002, now recovering as a post burn grassland with abundant grasses and forbs, and scattered shrub & tree stump regrowth,
  • notes   site subject to a major forest fire in 2002 and is now an open post-fire grassland on crest of low gravelly limestone hill with dark sandy calcareous loam above the Rio Penasco River valley.
  • keywords: Sacramento Mts., Sac.
  • contributor's ID #  Sac.73
  • photo category: Plant - annual/perennial

  • MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS PLANT
  • common names   Smooth Spreading Four O'clock (photographer)
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