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  • These shrub species are sometimes called succulent desert shrubs to distinguish them from shrubs such as creosotebush typically found in the drier Chihuahuan Basins and Playas (24a).

    Ecoregions of Texas (EPA)

  • The typical desert shrubs and grasses growing in these environments, such as creosotebush, tarbush, fourwing saltbush, blackbrush, gyp grama, and alkali sacaton, must withstand large diurnal ranges in temperature, low available moisture, and an extremely high evapotranspiration rate.

    Ecoregions of Texas (EPA)

  • The typical desert shrubs and grasses, the dominant creosotebush, along with tarbush, fourwing saltbush, acacias, gyp grama, and alkali sacaton, must withstand large seasonal and diurnal ranges in temperature, low available moisture, and a high evapotranspiration rate.

    Ecoregions of New Mexico (EPA)

  • Typical grasses are black, blue, and sideoats grama, dropseeds, bush muhly, and tobosa, with scattered creosotebush, and prickly pear and cholla cacti.

    Ecoregions of New Mexico (EPA)

  • Off-road vehicles and development threaten these valleys, and development also is harming creosotebush areas.

    Mojave desert

  • Water nitrogen effects growth allocation patterns creosotebush theern Chihuahuan Desert

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  • Dominant plants of the Mojave include creosotebush (Larrea tridentata), all-scale (Atriplex polycarpa), brittlebush (Encelia farinosa), desert holly (Atriplex hymenelytra), white burrobush (Hymenoclea salsola), and Joshua tree (Yucca brevifolia), the most prominent endemic species in the region.

    Mojave desert

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