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Pinus discolor

D.K. Bailey & Hawksw.

sec. Flores-Renteria et al. 2013

common name: border pinyon
family: Pinaceae
Identified 2013-12-18 by Michael P. Frankis

Pinus cembroides


sec. fna.org 1993

common name: Mexican pinyon
family: Pinaceae
Identified 2006-07-18 by Steven J. Baskauf

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Madera Canyon, Coronado National Forest, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, US
31.7115° latitude,-110.8745° longitude
Coordinate uncertainty: about 20 m

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Flores-Renteria et al. 2013 =

Flores-Renteria, L., A. Wegier, D. Ortega Del Vecchyo, A. Ortiz-Medrano, D. Pinero, A. V. Whipple, F. Molina-Freaner, C. A. Dominguez, 2013. Genetic, morphological, geographical and ecological approaches reveal phylogenetic relationships in complex groups, an example of recently diverged pinyon pine species (Sebsection Cembroides). Mol Phylogenet Evol 69: 940-9.. .

fna.org 1993 =

Flora of North America Editorial Committee, eds., 1993. Flora of North America North of Mexico. Flora of North America Association, New York, NY, US and Oxford, UK.