catclaw


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Synonyms for catclaw

erect shrub with small if any spines having racemes of white to yellow flowers followed by curved pointed pods and black shiny seeds

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pierce his boots with every step, and tiny catclaw talons on the bushes clutched at his brown pants.
roundhead lespedeza, leadplant (Amorpha canescens Pursh), Illinois bundleflower, catclaw sensitive brier [Schrankia nuttallii (DC.
The site, festooned with bird feeders, backs up to a dense curtain of granjeno, catclaw, and other native brush that harbors some of North America's rarest birds.
sonorae--the palo santo, Olneya tesota--palo hierro); 3) pachycaul trees of the genera Pachycormus (Anacardiaceae) or Bursera (Burseraceae); 4) acacias such as catclaw (Acacia greggii), palo blanco (A.
limbatus exhibit egg-size plasticity in response to native host plants; they lay small eggs if they encounter seeds of catclaw acacia (Acacia greggii) and lay large eggs if they encounter seeds of the blue paloverde (Cercidium floridum).
Burn status due to the EAC was established by talking with landowners and local officials and looking for fire scars on woody vegetation such as catclaw mimosa (Mimosa aculeaticarpa) or sand sagebrush (Artemisia filifolia).
Contractor address : 5540 S Catclaw Ave Tucson Az 85746-9527
And then there was this: Kennedy and I were hunting scalies again a few years ago, combing through a patch of catclaw, looking for birds.
Catclaw (Mimosa biuncifera): a pest or means to restore soil fertility in heavily erodes soil from the fertility in heavily eroded soil from the central highlands of Mexico?
pallida), huisache (Acacia farnesiana), catclaw (A.
Plant species in the area included catclaw acacia (Acacia greggii), burrobush (Ambrosia dumosa), Death Valley ephedra (Ephedra funerea), creosote bush (Larrea tridentata), and desert almond (Prunus fasciculata) (Ford 1981).
They mill on a rocky hillside of scattered rabbitbrush and catclaw, in time ambling over the adjacent ridge.
One single post-rut morning in Texas I rattled once and within moments had six bucks circling the catclaw where I crouched, watching and smiling to myself.