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a round-headed tree,
of the western coast of the U.S., having scalelike leaves with a gland on the back and oval, blue-black fruit.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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woodlands are expanding from their historic range and causing significant declines of other plant communities.
Understory dynamics in cut and uncut
Some areas are open playa flats while others are dominated by scattered to thick
Fire history and
encroachment in sagebrush steppe.
appeared to spread over the previous century.
Conditions are fair across the allotment and
control was recommended as the only improvement.
The majority of the area has converted to closed canopy
woodlands during the past century.
was found primarily on rocky outcrops and ridgelines and occasionally established in the low open areas.
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