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Pine Ridge Indian Reservation

both ankle-high and waist-high grasses, and fills a transitional zone between the moister tall-grass prairie to the east and the more arid short-grass prairie to the west. Biologists have identified more than 400 different plant species growing in Badlands National Park. Each plant species is adapted to survive the conditions prevalent in the mixed-grass prairie ecosystem. The climate here is one of extremes: hot, cold, dry, windy and stormy with blizzards, floods, droughts, and fires. Grasses


Honduras

Nicaragua is intermediate between the northern and southern subspecies above, and is often merged with ''differens''. '''Hartweg's Pine''', '''''Pinus hartwegii'''''; syn. (synonymy) ''P. rudis'', ''P. donnell-smithii'') is a pine native to the mountains of Mexico and Central America east to Honduras. It is a very high altitude species, growing at altitudes of 2500-4300 m, and forms the alpine tree line (tree line) on most of Mexico's higher mountains. It is named

of Mexico and Central America east to Honduras. It is a very high altitude species, growing at altitudes of 2500-4300 m, and forms the alpine tree line (tree line) on most of Mexico's higher mountains. It is named after Karl Theodor Hartweg, who discovered it in 1838. It grows on both mountain ranges Sierra Madre Occidental and Sierra Madre Oriental (29° North latitude) from Chihuahua (Chihuahua (state)) State and Nuevo León (26°) to the highest peaks


Mexico

Chile), to vigorous lowland species growing to 3 m (e.g. ''O. stubbei'' from Mexico). The leaves (leaf) form a basal rosette at ground level and spiral up to the flowering stems; the leaves are dentate or deeply lobed (pinnatifid). The flowers of many species open within less than a minute in the evening, hence the name "evening-primrose", and are yellow in most species but white, purple, pink or red in a few. Most native desert species are white. The fragrant tufted

and Margaret Norem, Growth of Legume Tree Species Growing in the Southwestern United States, University of Arizona. but evergreen in most locales. Discover Life - Fabaceae: Acacia farnesiana (L. ) Willd. - Cassie Flower, Vachellia farnesiana, Poponax farnesiana, Mimosa farnesiana, Ellington Curse, Klu, Sweet Acacia, Mimosa Bush, Huisache The species grows to a height of up to


Greece

Circle south to the mountains of the Peloponnese in Greece; it is also found in Iran. A large, deciduous tree, it is essentially a montane species, growing at elevations Heybroek, H. M., Goudzwaard, L, Kaljee, H. (2009). ''Iep of olm, karakterboom van de Lage Landen'' (:Elm, a tree with character of the Low Countries). KNNV, Uitgeverij. ISBN 9709050112819 The tree can


Argentina

and photosynthetic activity of different bamboo species growing in the Botanical Garden of Rome journal Flora volume 203 pages 77–84 year 2008 accessdate 2009-01-02 . Bamboo species are found in diverse climates, from cold mountains to hot tropical regions. They occur across East Asia, from 50°N latitude in Sakhalin Commons:Category:Argentina Wikipedia:Argentina Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina


India

coauthors Maria Fiore Crescente, Laura Varone, Giuseppe Fabrini, and Eleonora Digiulio title Growth pattern and photosynthetic activity of different bamboo species growing in the Botanical Garden of Rome journal Flora volume 203 pages 77–84 year 2008 accessdate 2009-01-02 . Bamboo species are found in diverse climates, from cold mountains to hot tropical regions. They occur across East Asia, from 50°N latitude in Sakhalin Commons:Category:India Wikipedia:India Dmoz:Regional Asia India


Australia

. It remains unclear whether the extra-American distribution is primarily natural or anthropogenic. Clarke, H.D., Seigler, D.S., Ebinger, J.E. 1989; 'Acacia farnesiana (Fabaceae: Mimosoideae) and Related Species from Mexico, the Southwestern U.S., and the Caribbean' Systematic Botany 14 549-564 It is deciduous over part of its range, PDF Ursula K. Schuch and Margaret Norem, Growth of Legume Tree Species

Growing in the Southwestern United States, University of Arizona. but evergreen in most locales. Discover Life - Fabaceae: Acacia farnesiana (L. ) Willd. - Cassie Flower, Vachellia farnesiana, Poponax farnesiana, Mimosa farnesiana, Ellington Curse, Klu, Sweet Acacia, Mimosa Bush, Huisache The species grows to a height of up to Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


United States

Handbook publisher Alice Lloyd College pages 6 url http: www.alc.edu files docs Student-Work-Program-Handbook.pdf The college is one of eight work colleges in the United States and one of two in Kentucky (Berea College being the other) that have mandatory work-study programs. The '''Torrey Pine''', '''''Pinus torreyana''''', is the rarest pine species in the United States, an endangered species growing only in San Diego County, California San Diego County


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