The Pinyon-juniper woodland range spans from New Mexico to southeastern California. It extends through the Colorado Plateau, Great Basin, and higher elevations of Mountain ranges of the Mojave Desert. The woodland's range includes the Mogollon Rim in the south, to its northern extent in the Snake River Plain.
Dominant trees consist of one or more species of the genus Juniperus and one or more of Pinyon pine species. The Pinyon-juniper woodland is one of the most prevalent types of coniferous woodland in northern Arizona and New Mexico.
- Junipers, dominant species:
- Pinyon Pine, dominant species:
- Cronquist, (1972).
- Dick-Peddie, (1999) pp. 87.
- Dick-Peddie, William A. (1999). New Mexico Vegetation: Past, Present, and Future. University of New Mexico Press. p. 280. ISBN 0-8263-2164-X.
- Cronquist, Arthur; Arthur H. Holmgren, Noel H. Holmgren, James L. Reveal, James Reveal, Noel Holmgren (1972). Intermountain Flora - Vascular Plants of the Intermountain West, U.S.A. - Geological and Botanical History of the Region, its Plant Geography and a Glossary. Vol. 1. The New York Botanical Garden Press. p. 270. ISBN 0-89327-300-7.
 See also
- Category: Flora of the Southwestern United States
- Category: Flora of the Great Basin desert region
- Category: Flora of the California desert regions
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