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  • However, the topography of Ecoregion 27i is more irregular and more shrub-covered, although the prevalence of honey mesquite may be the result of grazing pressure.

    Ecoregions of Texas (EPA)

  • The western gray squirrel lives in oak trees, and the bushytail wood rat builds nests on shrub-covered stream margins and at forest edges.

    Pacific Lowland Mixed Forest Province (Bailey)

  • Intermontane valleys are grass - and/or shrub-covered and contain a mosaic of terrestrial and aquatic fauna that is distinct from the nearby mountains.

    Ecoregions of Wyoming (EPA)

  • Ephemeral streams, internal drainage, dry shrub-covered valleys, alluvial fans, and fault block mountains are characteristic of the Central Basin and Range (13).

    Ecoregions of Utah (EPA)

  • Intermontane valleys are grassland or shrub-covered and contain a mosaic of terrestrial and aquatic fauna that is distinct from nearby mountains.

    Ecoregions of Montana (EPA)

  • The grass - and shrub-covered Broken Red Plains ecoregion is mostly underlain by Permian-age sandstone and shale.

    Ecoregions of Oklahoma (EPA)

  • The Tonopah Uplands ecoregion includes woodland - or shrub-covered hills and mountains ranging from 6,000 to 9,500 feet in elevation.

    Ecoregions of Nevada (EPA)

  • Valleys, lower slopes, and alluvial fans are either shrub - and grass-covered, or shrub-covered.

    Ecoregions of Nevada (EPA)

  • Intermontane valleys are grass - and/or shrub-covered and contain a mosaic of terrestrial and aquatic fauna that is distinct from the nearby mountains.

    Ecoregions of the United States-Level III (EPA)

  • Valleys, slopes, and alluvial fans are either shrub and grass-covered, shrub-covered, or barren.

    Ecoregions of Utah (EPA)

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