2 edition of genus ptelea in the western and southwestern United States and Mexico found in the catalog.
genus ptelea in the western and southwestern United States and Mexico
Edward Lee Greene
|Statement||by Edward L. Greene.|
|Series||Smithsonian institution. United States National museum. Contributions from the United States National herbarium., vol. X, pt. 2|
|LC Classifications||QK1 .U5 v. 10|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 49-78 p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||78|
|LC Control Number||agr06001562|
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The genus ptelea in the western and southwestern United States and Mexico, (Book, )  Get this from a library. The genus ptelea in the western and southwestern United States and Mexico. distribution patterns, have "representatives in the highlands of Mexico and strong east-west division from northern Mexico northward, usually wide distribu-tion in eastern North America and local and often restricted distribution in western North America" (MeVaugh, R., Brittonia 7: ).
One of these genera is Ptelea. Ptelea crenulata, commonly known as the California hoptree, is a species of tree that is endemic to the state of California in the United is found in the western Sierra Nevada and southern Cascade Range foothills, the northern California Coast Ranges, and the San Francisco Bay Area.
The plant grows in chaparral and woodlands habitats. It is cultivated by specialty California native Family: Rutaceae. Ptelea trifoliata, commonly known as common hoptree, wafer ash, stinking ash, and skunk bush, is a species of flowering plant in the citrus family.
It is native to North America, where it is found in Canada, Mexico, and the United States. It is a deciduous shrub or tree, with alternate, trifoliate leaves. Ptelea trifoliata Common hoptree fruit Conservation status Least Concern Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae Family: Rutaceae.
Flora Franciscana: an attempt to classify and describe the vascular plants of middle California The genus ptelea in the western and southwestern United States and Mexico Illustrations of west American oaks.
From drawings by the late Albert kellogg, M. Ptelea is a taxonomically complex genus, native in North America and Mexico.
Depending on species delimitation Ptelea counts three to 60 species. Some are cultivated as ornamentals but only P. trifoliata is more or less regularly planted. Taxonomic status of certain long-eared bats (Genus Myotis) from the southwestern United States and Mexico: Southwestern Naturalist: Journal: Arizona New Mexico: Myotis auriculus Myotis evotis Myotis evotis evotis Myotis keenii Myotis keenii keenii Myotis keenii septentrionalis Myotis septentrionalis Findley, J.
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Southwest United States and northern Mexico compiled by Armas Hill. Photo at right: OCOTILLO, Fouquieria splendens during a FONT tour in Sonora, Mexico (photograph by Doris Potter) FONT tours in the deserts of the western US & northern Mexico have been in Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, & Texas in the US, and in Sonora in Mexico.
Micruroides euryxanthus, commonly known as the Sonoran coral snake or the Arizona coral snake, is endemic to northwestern Mexico and the southwestern United : Elapidae. Greene, Edward L. The genus Ptelea in the western and southwestern United States and by: 2. Permian Gastropoda of the southwestern United States: Subulitacea - Volume 62 Issue 1 - Douglas H.
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Ptelea L. is a genus of small trees and shrubs native to North America and central Mexico. Species delimitation has proven difficult. The number of species recognized by various workers ranges from 60 to three (Greene, ; Kriissmann, ). 6 Bumble Bees of the Western United States What are Bumble Bees.
There are over 3, described bee species in the United States, and all but a handful are native to North America. Of these, about 40 species belong to the genus Bombus, these are the bumble bees. Bumble bees are.
Cacti are the most distinctive plants of Southwest USA, and the majority occur in the four southernmost states of California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas, especially in the Sonoran, Mojave and Chihuahuan deserts, where they are very widespread and numerous.
Further north, some types like opuntia and echinocereus are still quite abundant, but there are also a number of smaller plants with. New Mexico and Arizona, the fourth and fifth largest States in the United States. The term Southwest, as used here, refers to these two States, which comprise the geographical area served by the Southwestern Region of the Forest Service, However, this hand- book includes nearly all the tree species in portions of bordering.
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Currently there are believed to be four species of : Reptilia. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Machaeroprosopus is an extinct genus of pseudopalatine phytosaurid from the Late Triassic of the southwestern United States. validus, once thought to be the type species of Machaeroprosopus, was named in on the basis of three complete skulls from Chinle Formation, : Reptilia.
Southern North America: Western Mexico into the southwestern United States The Sierra Madre Occidental boasts some of the richest biodiversity anywhere in North America, and contains about two thirds of the standing timber in Mexico.Cicada diversity is the western United States and Canada is higher than in the east.
Twelve genera are found in the west, including eight that do not extend very far east of the th meridian (Cacama, Clidophleps, Cornuplura, Hadoa, Platypedia, Neoplatypedia, Okanagodes, and Tibicinoides).The genus Ptelea contains two native trees in the United States (Ptelea trifoliata in most of the United (one author lists Ptelea as having 10 species in the United States and Mexico).
elevation in the Southwestern mountains. The Western portions of the range is broken up into small pockets.