Hesperoyucca newberryi (McKelvey) Clary (redirected from: Yucca newberryi)
Family: Asparagaceae
[Yucca newberryi McKelvey]
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Wendy Hodgson  
Plants monocarpic; rosettes single. Leaves 50-60 × 0.7-2 cm wide at base in narrow forms, 2-2.5 cm in broader forms. Scape 1.4-1.6 m × 10-14 cm diam. Inflorescences 14-16 dm, 4-5.5 dm at widest point. Capsules with slight or inconspicuous placental wings at maturity. Flowering spring. Desert, rocky granite, western slopes of Colorado River Canyon; 400--1300 m; Ariz. Hesperoyucca newberryi is found in Mohave County, in the vicinity of the Colorado River.

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Wendy Hodgson  
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Wendy Hodgson  
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Wendy Hodgson  
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