Are there mesquite bushes in the North American deserts?

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  • Are there mesquite bushes in the North American deserts?


Mesquite is the common name for the genus Prosopis spp and there are over 40 species of ... Prosopis spp has been in North America since the Pliocene era ...
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Positive: 75 %
The desert biome. Sand dunes in Death ... like the kangaroo mice of North American deserts. ... mesquite, brittle bushes (Encelia farinosa), lyciums, ...
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Positive: 72 %

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This site is no longer maintained and has been ... In South America and the Chihuahuan Desert of North America ... Although there is ...
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Positive: 75 %
... mesquite and other desert plants rely on ... deserts. (The Mojave lies to the north of the ... Questions on Desert Plants: The ultimate survivors.
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Positive: 70 %
Zygophyllaceae (caltrop family ... shrub in 3 of the 4 North American deserts. ... roots and the roots of other creosote bushes in ...
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Positive: 56 %
Mesquite Trees for the Urban ... are native to North America, South ... Where there is abundant water present, mesquite specimens will be largest ...
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