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File Octet Stream Additional Species for the Jemez Mountains, New Mexico USA
In this paper, we note 161 species and varieties of plants in the Jemez Mountains verified through voucher specimens. These species were not previously listed in the most detailed previous floristic study in this area Floristic Studies in North Central New Mexico, U.S.A. the Tusas Mountains and the Jemez Mountains by Reif et. al. (2009). Most of these specimens are housed in the Jemez Mountain Herbarium (JMH) at the Los Alamos, New Mexico Nature Center. Others are housed in the herbarium at the Museum of Southwestern Biology at the University of New Mexico (UNM), and a few elsewhere as noted (SEINet). If this number is added to the total for the Jemez Mountains from Reif’s work, the new total for the Jemez Mountains is 1,504 taxa. These additions include seven new state records, as well as several species not expected in the Jemez Mountains environment and altitude range. Of special interest are the flora of the San Pedro Parks Wilderness in the northwest part of the range, White Rock Canyon along the Rio Grande, and the desert shrublands west of San Ysidro at the extreme southwest part of the Jemez Mountains.
Located in Restoration Information / New Mexico Plant Guides
File image/x-icon Troublesome Weeds of New Mexico
Troublesome Weeds of New Mexico, NMSU, Jamshid Ashigh, James Wanstall and Frank Sholedice Invasive weeds pose a serious and increasing threat to New Mexico’s environment and economy. These weeds are tough competitors and can spread rapidly, creating large stands that can persist for many years in the environment and cause many negative impacts to our ecosystems. While these impacts are species-specific,weeds have been documented to cause the following: displacement of native plants and animals,increased fire danger, increased soil erosion, increased flood severity, increased soil salinity, and decreased water quality. In agricultural and rangeland settings, these weeds can cause severe economic impacts by decreasing crop yields and lowering available forage for range animals, resulting in a decrease in livestock health. This booklet focuses on helping land managers, farmers, homeowners, recreationists, and others identify troublesome weeds found in New Mexico because early detection is critical to effective weed management. Forty-five plant species are included in this booklet with brief descriptions, photographs, information on what areas they invade, where they are currently located in New Mexico, and some general information on management. We urge readers to consult other resources and local experts to help in determining the most appropriate management methods for their areas. Early detection and rapid response to new infestations can save many dollars and help maintain the health, diversity, and functionality of our ecosystems.
Located in Restoration Information / New Mexico Plant Guides
File chemical/x-isostar State of NEW MEXICO 2014 Wetland Plant List
State of NEW MEXICO 2014 Wetland Plant List
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File New Mexico Thistle Identification Guide
New Mexico Thistle Identification Guide - Native Plant Society of New Mexico
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File PDF document Plants of New Mexico: Bosque (Riparian) Forest Plant Guide
Plants of New Mexico: Bosque (Riparian) Forest Plant Guide
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File PDF document Plants of New Mexico: Piñon-Juniper Woodlands
Plants of New Mexico: Piñon-Juniper Woodlands
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File PDF document Plants of New Mexico: Ponderosa Pine Forests
Plants of New Mexico: Ponderosa Pine Forests
Located in Restoration Information / New Mexico Plant Guides
File ECMAScript program Plant Identification Websites
Plant Identification Websites
Located in Restoration Information / New Mexico Plant Guides
File Intermountain Range Plant Names and Symbols - USFS
Intermountain Range Plant Names and Symbols - USFS
Located in Restoration Information / New Mexico Plant Guides
File text/texmacs New Mexico Range Plants
New Mexico Range Plants, New Mexico State Univ., Circular 374
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