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Mono and southeastern Great BasinAuthor(s): Connie Millar
Source: In: Keeler-Wolfe, T.; Evens, J., eds. 2015. California’s botanical landscapes: a pictorial view of the state’s vegetation. California Native Plant Society. Chapter 5: 117-141.
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Vegetation of the California Great Basin is summarized.
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CitationMillar, Constance I. 2015. Mono and southeastern Great Basin. In: Keeler-Wolfe, T.; Evens, J., eds. California’s botanical landscapes: a pictorial view of the state’s vegetation. California Native Plant Society. Chapter 5. Pgs. 117-141.
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