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= nonnative, planted and a wildland component, commonly "escapes" cultivation
= nonnative, planted, generally not considered a wildland component or invasive
= a North American native, may naturalize outside its native range

There were 9 ID Factsheet matches and 2 Landowner Factsheet matches to your search. View the density distribution map.

Region: Mexican Montane

print this native?    Elaeagnus angustifolia - Russian-olive

print this native?    Juglans major - Arizona walnut

print this native?    Juniperus deppeana - alligator juniper

print this native?    Picea chihuahuana - Chihuahua spruce

print this native?    Pinus engelmannii - Apache pine

print this native?    Pinus leiophylla - Chihuahua pine

print this native?    Pinus ponderosa - ponderosa pine     Landowner Factsheet

print this native?    Pinus strobiformis - southwestern white pine

print this native?    Prunus serotina - black cherry play     Landowner Factsheet



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