TREES SHRUBS OF THE TRANS PECOS AND ADJACENT AREAS A MICHAEL POWELL
texasbeyondhistoryImage: texasbeyondhistoryThe vegetation in the Tran-Pecos is mostly comprised of Chihuahuan Desert species. Commonly found species include honey mesquite, red berry juniper, net-leaf hackberry, cottonwood, desert willow, western soapberry, shin oak, Texas walnut, Mexican buckeye and Ashe juniper in the eastern part of the region.
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First published by the Big Bend Natural History Association in 1988 as Trees & Shrubs of Trans-Pecos Texas, this book is the only keyed guide to the more than 400 species of woody plants native to the Trans-Pecos region and adjacent areas in eastern New Mexico and northern Mexico.
Trans Pecos Plants
The "Trans-Pecos Mountains and Basins" region includes the westernmost parts of Texas. The polar opposite of the Pineywoods, the Trans-Pecos consists of dramatic, rugged terrain with desert valleys and wooded mountain slopes and summits.
Trans Pecos Plants
The gallery is arranged by botanical families which appear in the frame on the left. Scroll down the frame and and select a family to view. Alternatively, select the active areas in the scenes below to view some of the more important or interesting Trans-Pecos plants.
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