Southeastern Arizona

Chiricahua National Monument

The Chiricahua National Monument is located about 120 miles southeast of Tucson. This document contains a checklist and description of the Trees and Shrubs and it is followed by two lists of Herbaceous Plants at the medium and high elevations (10 pgs).

The Annotated List of Vascular Plants of the Chiricahua Mountains

This report was produced by the USGS in October 1996. A total of 1261 Chiricahua taxa are presented in the list, including lengthy discussions of geology, soils, climate and vegetative types. The vegetation contains floral elements of the Sonoran and Chiricahuan deserts. (234 pgs.)

The Upper San Pedro River

In this web list, plant families are listed alphabetically with hyperlinks to many individual plants. The San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area (SPRNCA) is located among the “sky islands”of southeastern Arizona, a region of considerable environmental heterogeneity and biological diversity.

A Plant Survey of Garden Canyon

This list, compiled by Nancy Stallcup, surveys Garden Canyon which is on the military reservation of Fort Huachuca in the Huachuca Mountain Range of Cochise County near Sierra Vista (9 pages).