Scientific Name: Juniperus flaccida Schltdl. var. flaccida. Parent Species: See Juniperus flaccida. Taxonomic Source(s): Farjon, A. A Handbook of the. Juniperus flaccida. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species e. TA TAen. Juniperus flaccida. Juniperus flaccida Schltdl. Weeping Juniper, Drooping Juniper, Mexican Weeping Juniper, Mexican Drooping Juniper.
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Cook, Kathleen Graves Corley, W. This is a dated citation; the big tree register is now available online. Leaves decurrent with mostly appressed tips, foliage weeping, bark exfoliating in thick, interlaced stripes. Seed cones small, 5- 6 -9 mm diam. Vascular Plant Image Flacciad.
Anderson, Beth Armstrong, Patricia K. For a long time from the midth Century to aboutthere was only one Mexican juniper juniperue drooping foliage, and it was called Juniperus flaccida.
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Species Topics Bookstore Links Contact. Bugh, Valerie Bugh, Valerie G. Farjon provides a detailed account, with illustrations. Sweeney, Collene Swint, Richard B. Dioecious trees up to 12 m tall, trunks forking m junipwrus base, crown globose. Seeds mm long. Search Google Images for Juniperus flaccida. Pingry, Carl Pisapia, Robert J. Fred Buerger, Marion L.
As such, there are no described infraspecific taxa. It is quite possible that larger specimens occur in Mexico, but I have no information on this. Re-examination of the taxonomy of Juniperus flaccida var.
Bark on branchlets mm diameter smooth, that on larger branches exfoliating in wide strips or plates. Pollen is shed late winter-early spring Adams [describing, at that time, var.
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Distribution data from USGS Heisch, Randy Henderson, Mary S. Edited by Christopher J.
Scale foliage and pollen cones from the tree shown above [C. All leaves decurrent, with free tips, foliage very weeping, bark exfoliating in thin, scaly, plates. Stransky, Bill Strickland, Sam C.
Alex, Betty Alex, Thomas C. Clippard, Lee Coburn, Ruth B.
Burch, Kathryn Byerley, M. The leaf oil of Juniperus martinezii Perez de la Rosa and taxonomic status. Branches drooping; branchlets drooping, flaccid; branching radial around older branches, forming space-filling not planar sprays.
Buchanan, Mary Buerger, J.