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Status: record euphorbia_arizonica - Tue, Aug. 30, 2016 18:33 ET c
Euphorbia arizonica
common nameArizona spurge
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familyEuphorbiaceae
life formperennial herb
CA Rare Plant Rank
List 2B.3
LIST 2B: Rare, threatened, or endangered in California, but more common elsewhere.
     0.3: Not very endangered in California
state rank
S3      ranking system key
global rank
G5     G5: demonstrably secure to ineradicable
CA state listingNone  
federal listingNone  
where found
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Topographic quads (9):
In-ko-pah Gorge (007A) 3211661, Sweeney Pass (018C) 3211672, Carrizo Mountain (018D) 3211671, Tubb Canyon (032B) 3311624, Clark Lake NE (047A) 3311643, Collins Valley (047B) 3311644, Borrego Palm Canyon (047C) 3311634, Cathedral City (082C) 3311674, Palm Springs (083D) 3311675
quad data info

Counties, states, regions:
Imperial (IMP)?, Riverside (RIV), San Diego (SDG), Arizona (AZ), Baja California (BA), New Mexico (NM), Texas (TX)
A reminder: Species not recorded for a given area may nonetheless be present, especially where favorable conditions occur.
CNPS habitats•Sonoran desert scrub (SDScr)(sandy)
blooming period Mar-Apr  
elevation range50 - 300 meters
notes
Undocumented in IMP Co.; need quads. See Report of the United States and Mexican Boundary, Botany 2(1):186 (1859) for original description, Madroņo 32(3):187-189 (1985) for alternative nomenclature, and Taxon 55:397-420 (2006) for taxonomic treatment.
full nameEuphorbia arizonica Engelm.
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Additional information:
standard acronym   Element Code  PDEUP0D060
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Suggested citation: California Native Plant Society (CNPS). 2016. Inventory of Rare and Endangered Plants (online edition, v7-16aug). California Native Plant Society. Sacramento, CA. Accessed on Tue, Aug. 30, 2016 from http://www.cnps.org/inventory

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