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Tree & Shrub Dominated Wildlife Habitats:
Desert Tree Habitats
Desert Riparian(DRI) Tamarisk, Mesquite, Fremont Cottonwood
Desert Riparian habitats are characterized as dense groves of low, shrublike trees or tall shrubs to woodlands of small to medium-sized trees ...
Palm Oasis(POS) Fan Palm, Velvet Ash, California Sycamore
All natural or naturalized plant assemblages that include California fan palms are recognized as Palm Oasis habitats, cultivated stands of ...
Joshua Tree(JST) Joshua Tree, Juniper Species, Mojave Yucca
Joshua Tree habitats are characterized as open woodlands of widely scattered Joshua trees with a low to more or less dense community of ...
Pinyon-Juniper(PJN) Pinyon Species, Juniper Species, Mountain Mahogany Species *
Pinyon-juniper (PJN) habitat typically is an open woodland of low, round crowned, bushy trees that are needle-leaved, evergreen, and depending on ...
Palm oasis habitat - 49 Palms, Joshua Tree National Park