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SPECIES: Pinus monophylla Introductory Distribution and occurrence Management Considerations Botanical and ecological characteristics Fire ecology Fire effects References INTRODUCTORY AUTHORSHIP AND CITATION ABBREVIATION SYNONYMS NRCS PLANT CODE COMMON NAMES TAXONOMY LIFE FORM FEDERAL LEGAL STATUS OTHER STATUS AUTHORS
Skip to main content Online Nevada Encyclopedia Home A-Z Index Map Nevada Exhibit Galleries Lesson Plans Search form Search this site Singleleaf Pinyon Photograph by Peter Weisberg. An unusually large specimen of Pinus monophylla on a productive site in Nevadas Shoshone Mountains. Singleleaf pinyon (Pinus monophylla)
Tree on Cerro Teta de la India in Baja California Norte [C.J. Earle, 2001.03]. Stand of P. monophylla along Highway CA-33, California [C.J. Earle, 2007.03.01]. An exceptionally large tree in the Schell Creek Range, Nevada [S. Strachan, 2008.07]. Bark on a tree in the White Mountains, California. Width of view about 30
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Pinus monophylla, the single-leaf pinyon, (alternatively spelled is a pine in the pinyon pine group, native to the United States and northwest Mexico . The range is in southernmost Idaho , western Utah , Arizona , southwest New Mexico , Nevada , eastern and southern California and northern Baja California . It occurs a
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