Scientific Name: Juniperus flaccida Schltdl. var. flaccida. Parent Species: See Juniperus flaccida. Taxonomic Source(s): Farjon, A. A Handbook of the. Juniperus flaccida. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species e. TA TAen. Juniperus flaccida. Juniperus flaccida Schltdl. Weeping Juniper, Drooping Juniper, Mexican Weeping Juniper, Mexican Drooping Juniper.

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Clippard, Lee Coburn, Ruth B. Tree, collected along the toll road ca. Big Bend National Park Accession date: Bark of the tree shown above, about 50 cm dbh [C.

Branchlet from the tree shown above [C. Drooping juniper, drooping cedar Peattiecedro, cedro liso, cipres, enebro, sabino, tlascal, tascate, Mexican drooping juniper Zanoni and Adamsweeping juniper Adams Leaves decurrent with mostly appressed tips, foliage weeping, bark exfoliating in thick, interlaced stripes.

Anderson, Beth Armstrong, Patricia K. Re-examination of the taxonomy of Juniperus flaccida junipeeus. Branches drooping; branchlets drooping, flaccid; junilerus radial around older branches, forming space-filling not planar sprays.


Growing on a N-facing slope in Morelos [C. Wasowski Collection Original Format: Dunatchik, David Duncan, Robert C. Bark cinnamon red-brown or gray red-brown, exfoliating in broad interlaced fibrous strips. The volatile leaf oils of Juniperus flaccida Schltdl. Bugh, Valerie Bugh, Valerie G. The National Register of Big Trees. See also Thompson et al.

Adams and Schwarzbach present the following key to separate the species in this group:. All images are copyrighted and are the property of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center and the photographers.

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As such, there are no described infraspecific taxa. Morey, Roy Morrison, Darrel G. Species Topics Bookstore Links Contact. Seed cones small, 5- 6 -9 mm diam.

Juniperus flaccida – Wikipedia

Junniperus is about 60 cm tall, has been heavily browsed, and retains acicular foliage [R. Brief versions of the descriptions are available online at www. Woodland of deciduous oak Quercus sp. Pollen is shed late winter-early spring Adams [describing, at that time, var.

Cones on a tree of J. Texas Zanoni and Adamswhere it grows in the Chisos Mtns. The estimated extent of occurrence is well in excess of 20, km 2so the conservation status is “least concern;” while this species is subject to fire and overgrazing in some areas, no overall decline is evident Farjon flaccidda Available online at juniperus.


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Farjon provides a detailed account, with illustrations. Back Site map Contact us. Sapling growing near the tree shown above.

The leaf oil of Juniperus martinezii Perez de la Rosa and taxonomic status. Earle About Chris Earle. The species closely resembles J. For a long time from the midth Century to aboutthere was only one Mexican juniper with drooping foliage, and it was called Juniperus flaccida. If you can verify this image, please contact the Native Plant Database Manager. This site is not designed for commercial use or publication. Seeds mm long.