Pinus greggii var. australis
NE Mexico (Farjon and Styles 1997).
The photos here were all taken at 20.92354° N, 99.56914°W. This location is very near the Ranas ruins, outside the town of San Joaquin in San Luis Potosí. There is a good paved road to the town and a good gravel road continuing to the prominently signed ruins. The area is also very good for Pinus montezumae and P. teocote.
Donahue, J.K. and Lopez-Upton, J. 1999. A new variety of Pinus greggii (Pinaceae) in Mexico. SIDA 18(4):1083-1093.
The species account at Threatened Conifers of the World.
Dvorak, W.S., J.E. Kietzka, J.K. Donahue, G.R. Hodge, and T.K. Stanger. 2000. Pinus greggii. Pp. 52-73 in Conservation & Testing of Tropical & Subtropical Forest Tree Species by the CAMCORE Cooperative. Raleigh, NC: College of Natural Resources, NCSU.
Last Modified 2017-12-29