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CEGL000983 Simmondsia chinensis - Parkinsonia microphylla Shrubland

The U.S. National
Vegetation Classification
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Common (Translated Scientific) Name: Jojoba - Yellow Paloverde Shrubland
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Hierarchy Level: Association
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Diagnostic Characteristics: No Data Available
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Classification Comments: No Data Available
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Physiognomy and Structure: No Data Available
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Dynamics: No Data Available
Environmental Description: No Data Available
Geographic Range:
Nations: US
States/Provinces: AZ
US Forest Service Ecoregions (1994/1995)
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Province Name: American Semi-Desert and Desert Province
Province Code: 322    Occurrence Status: Confident or certain
Section Name: Sonoran Desert Section
Section Code: 322B     Occurrence Status: Confident or certain
Omernik Ecoregions:
Confidence Level: Low - Poorly Documented
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Grank: G4
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Synonomy: ? Cercidium microphyllum - Ambrosia deltoidea - Simmondsia chinensis Pediment Association (Warren et al. 1981)
= Cercidium microphyllum - Ambrosia deltoidea / Simmondsia chinensis Association (Warren and Treadwell 1980)
= Simmondsia chinensis/Cercidium microphyllum (Bourgeron and Engelking 1994)
< DRISCOLL FORMATION CODE:III.A.1.d. (Driscoll et al. 1984)
Concept Author(s): Western Ecology Group
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Acknowledgements:
Version Date: 30Dec1899
References:
  • Bourgeron, P. S., and L. D. Engelking, editors. 1994. A preliminary vegetation classification of the western United States. Unpublished report. The Nature Conservancy, Western Heritage Task Force, Boulder, CO. 175 pp. plus appendix.
  • Driscoll, R. S., D. L. Merkel, D. L. Radloff, D. E. Snyder, and J. S. Hagihara. 1984. An ecological land classification framework for the United States. Miscellaneous Publication No. 1439. USDA Forest Service, Washington, DC. 56 pp.
  • Warren, P. L., and B. D. Treadwell. 1980. Vegetation of the Three-Bar Wildlife Study Area, Mazatzal Mountains, Arizona. Unpublished report prepared for Arizona Game and Fish Department.
  • Warren, P. L., B. K. Mortensen, B. D. Treadwell, J. E. Bowers, and K. L. Reichhardt. 1981. Vegetation of Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. Cooperative National Park Resources Studies Unit Technical Report 7. Tucson, AZ. 140 pp.
  • Western Ecology Working Group of NatureServe. No date. International Ecological Classification Standard: International Vegetation Classification. Terrestrial Vegetation. NatureServe, Boulder, CO.