Sierra San Antonio
|Sierra San Antonio|
|Elevation||7,221 ft (2,201 m)|
The Sierra San Antonio range is a 10?-8 mile long mountain range joining the Patagonia Mountains at the U.S.-Mexico border and descending into lower elevations due south; the Sierra Madre Occidental cordillera is the continuation of this mountainous region southward.
Regional sky island ecology
Various species are studied in the sky islands of southeast Arizona, southwest New Mexico, and northern Sonora-Chihuahua. One example is research on horned lizards in mountainous areas in northern Mexico in various mountain ranges, including the Sierra San Luis range to the east.
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