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Go to this image 08307 Larrea tridentata (DC.) Coville 
"creosote bush"

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greasewood-sage flats; mudstone knolls.  SITLA "middle" study site, W of River Road, SE of St. George;
37° 1' 15" N, 113° 34' 28" W.  2773 ft.  
United States
Utah
Washington County
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Go to this image 02660 Larrea tridentata (DC.) Coville 
"creosote bush"

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  Red Butte, outside of Bloomington on west side of town, below Bloomington Hills.
37° 3' 44" N, 113° 40' 11" W.  
United States
Utah
Washington County
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Go to this image 02894 Larrea tridentata (DC.) Coville 
"creosote bush"

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Chihuahuan desert.  U.S. 62-180, 4 miles SW of south entrance to Guadalupe Mountains National Park.  4930 ft.   United States
Texas
Culberson County

 
Go to this image 02967 Larrea tridentata (DC.) Coville 
"creosote bush"

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sandy soil.  on old Highway 91, near Kayenta development.
37° 10' 41" N, 113° 42' 24" W.  
United States
Utah
Washington County
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Go to this image 03630 Larrea tridentata (DC.) Coville 
"creosote bush"

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Astragalus ampullarioides.  N of St. George, on I-15 from mile marker 18.   United States
Utah
Washington County

 
Go to this image 04044 Larrea tridentata (DC.) Coville 
"creosote bush"

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Alluvium.  Death Valley, Jubilee Pass.
35° 54' 30" N, 116° 34' 30" W.  1200 ft.  
United States
California
Inyo County
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Go to this image 04230 Larrea tridentata (DC.) Coville 
"creosote bush"

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creosote community.  Mojave Desert, near Ibex Pass, along CA Highway 127, ca. 12 miles S of Shoshone;
35° 48' 30" N, 116° 20' 0.01" W.  1804 ft.  
United States
California
Inyo County
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Go to this image 02548 Larrea tridentata (DC.) Coville 
"creosote bush"

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  Red Cliffs, exit I-15 Hurricane, go left under freeway under two tunnels.
37° 9' 36" N, 113° 26' 24" W.  
United States
Utah
Washington County

 
Go to this image 08176 Larrea tridentata (DC.) Coville 
"creosote bush"

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desert shrub community; rocky clay soil.  La Verkin, dirt road E of the gravel pit.
37° 13' 12" N, 113° 15' 58" W.  3312 ft.  
United States
Utah
Washington County
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X2658 Larrea tridentata (DC.) Coville 
"creosote bush"

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  Mojave Desert, 4 miles NE of St. George and 1.2 miles N of Washington, W of Interstate 80 at new Washington exit.   United States
Utah
Washington County

 
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