Hualapai Mountain Park near Kingman AZ

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leland
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Hualapai Mountain Park near Kingman AZ

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I went up to the county park to locate and identify Agave Mckelveyana, an Arizona endemic native to a broad portion of the west-central part of the state. I found several other plants of interest while I was there.
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This is what appears to be a very mature specimen of O. chlorotica
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Banana yucca on Hwy 259 in the nearby community of Pinion Pines
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and last but not least Mohave Claret cup
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No buzzworms this time, but an American Elk wandered across the road.
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Re: Hualapai Mountain Park near Kingman AZ

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Wonderful. I am sure you are enjoying your vacation/holiday.
Jerry Smith
Bloomingdale, NJ
45 inches (114 cm) rain equivalent per year, approx. evenly spread per month
2012 USDA Hardiness Zone 6b: -5F to OF (-20C to -18C) min.
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