Plant Population and Habitat Characteristics of the Endemic Sonoran Desert Cactus Peniocereus striatus in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, Arizona

@inproceedings{Anderson2010PlantPA,
  title={Plant Population and Habitat Characteristics of the Endemic Sonoran Desert Cactus Peniocereus striatus in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, Arizona},
  author={G. Anderson and S. Rutman and S. Munson},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract Peniocereus striatus (Brandegee) Buxb. (Cactaceae) is an endemic Sonoran Desert cactus that reaches its northern range limit in southwestern Arizona. One U.S. population occupies a small area of Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument near the U.S./Mexico international boundary, which has been monitored since 1939. An extensive survey conducted in 2002, covering 177 ha, resulted in the discovery of 88 new plants, in addition to the relocation of 57 plants found in previous surveys. Despite… Expand
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