|Eastern Mojave Vegetation||Mid Hills, San Bernardino County, California.|
Ridge line between the Providence Mountains and New York Mountains. Bounded on the north by Cedar Canyon, an on the south by Macedonia Canyon. Recent papers indicate that the Mid Hills are formed by a west facing fault scarp boundin an deeply weathered pediment to the east.
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Ephedra viridis Cov. Green Ephedra (TAS)
Cymopterus purpurascens (A. Gray) M. E. Jones. Wide-Wing Spring-Parsley (Oth)
Thymophylla pentachaeta (DC.) Small belenidium (DC.) Strother. Scale Glandbush (Oth)
Arabis pulchra M. E. Jones ex S. Watson. Beautiful Rockcress (Oth)
Ribes velutinum E. Greene. Desert Gooseberry (TAS)
Collinsia parviflora Lindl. Maiden Blue-eyed Mary (Oth)
Eriastrum diffusum (A. Gray) H. Mason. Miniature Woollystar (Oth)
Eriogonum trichopes Torr. Little Desert Trumpet (Oth)
Rhamnus ilicifolia Kellogg. Hollyleaf Redberry (TAS)
Tridens muticus (Torr.) Nash. Slim Tridens (Oth)
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Date and time this article was prepared:9:48:42 AM, 11/20/2023.