pinon pine

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Noun1.pinon pine - a small two-needled or three-needled pinon of Mexico and southern Texaspinon pine - a small two-needled or three-needled pinon of Mexico and southern Texas
genus Pinus, Pinus - type genus of the Pinaceae: large genus of true pines
nut pine - any of several pinons bearing edible nutlike seeds
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The agencies are nearly three years into the South Steptoe Valley Watershed Restoration Project that restores sagebrush and other communities, mostly by selectively thinning encroaching pinyon pine and juniper.
Pinyon pine (Pinus edulis), Utah juniper (Juniperus osteosperma), alligator juniper (Juniperus deppeana), one-seed juniper (Juniperus scopulorum), and ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) predominate along the rims and upper canyon walls (Menzel and Covington, 1997).
In contrast, pinyon pine (Pinns monophylla) cover at LV averaged 23.
The second article by Granados Victorino and coworkers describes the characterization and arrangement of forests of pinyon pine (Pinus cembroides subsp.
More than 13,000 acres of pinyon pine and juniper were scorched by the lightning-caused blaze, making it one of the worst fires on record according to the reservation's history.
texensis has been collected in oak, walnut, pinyon pine, and mesquite, as well as a variety of landscaping hedges and shrubs.
So while western juniper, pinyon pine, and other similar native trees have a role to play in this ecosystem, the thickets that are rapidly spreading across the rangelands need to be brought under control.
Just the canyon edge, a few feet away on one side, and native pinyon pine and Utah juniper trees on the other.
AuA sea of ancient water tainted by the Cold War is creeping deep under the volcanic peaks, dry lake beds and pinyon pine forests covering a vast tract of Nevada.
Cliff chipmunks were first observed in Idaho by Merriam (1897) in the Black Pine Mountains/Raft River Valley area approximately 16 kilometers east of the Jim Sage Mountains (Cassia County) in pinyon pine (Pinus monophylla) and juniper (Juniperus spp.
This time, grazing and invasive weeds caused habitat deterioration, and pinyon pine and juniper encroached on deer habitats at a very fast rate.
But the agency left out Brazil nuts, macadamias, cashews, and pinyon pine nuts because they contain 3 to 5 grams of saturated fat per ounce.