|Peak||Black Mesa (Plomosa Mountains)|
|Elevation||3,639 ft (1,109 m)|
|Length||25 mi (40 km) N-S|
|Width||6 mi (9.7 km)|
|Borders on||La Posa Plain and the
Dome Rock Mountainsto the West
New Water Mountains to the SE
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The Plomosa Mountains are a mountain range in La Paz County, Arizona, running generally south of Bouse, Arizona near the Arizona/California border. Quartzsite lies to the west across the La Posa Plain. The Harcuvar Mountains and Little Harquahala Mountains lie to the east across the Ranegras Plain. The New Water Mountains lie to the southeast beyond Black Mesa.
- Blyth, California–Arizona, 30x60 Minute Topographic Quadrangel, USGS, 1986
- Salome, Arizona, 30x60 Minute Topographic Quadrangel, USGS, 1984
- Delorme, Arizona Atlas & Gazetteer, 4th 3d., 2001, p. 54
- F.K. Miller and E.H. McKee, "Thrust and Strike-Slip Faulting in the Plomosa Mountains, Southwestern Arizona". GSA Bulletin, March 1971 (fee required for full text).
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