Managers: Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium
Arizona is the third or fourth most floristically rich state in the US with perhaps as many as 3900 species of vascular plants. Over the last 60 years an average of ca. 12 new species records have been reported annually.
Managers: Borderlands Restoration L3C
Managers: Not defined
Managers: Denver Botanic Gardens
Managers: Tina Ayers, Susan Holiday, Glenn Rink
Managers: Desert Research Learning Center, Borderlands Habitat Restoration Initiative
This flora is an integration of floristic information from the National Park Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management, and the Sky Island Alliance's Madrean Archipelago Biodiversity Assessment covering the southwestern United States and Northern Mexico. This flora supports the restoration efforts of the Borderlands Habitat Restoration Initiative, a public–private collaboration whose goal is to reconnect wildlife, land, and people in the Arizona/Sonora Borderland region by involving people in restoring the ecosystem on which they depend. Visit: http://borderlandsrestoration.org/ for more information.
Managers: BLM-Safford, Desert Research Learning Center
This flora is a collaborative project of the BLM-Safford and the Desert Research Learning Center as part of the Borderlands Habitat Restoration Initiative.
Managers: Desert Research Learning Center
This provisional flora is part of an ongoing collaboration between the Desert Research Learning Center and the Coronado National Forest to better understand the flora of Southeastern Arizona and Southwestern New Mexico.
Managers: The Flora Project, Desert Research Learning Center
Managers: FWS Inventory and Monitoring, Desert Research Learning Center
This flora is a joint project of the US Fish and Wildlife Service's Region Two Inventory and Monitoring Program and the National Park Service's Southwest Network Collaborative.
Managers: Desert Research Learning Center
The collaborative on-line flora of National Park Service units in the interior western United States.
Managers: Intermountain Consortium
Most of the interactions to date have been in connection with our desire to make our specimen information available and usable via the internet. We are now looking at developing a more useful web site by encouraging qualified individuals to provide images, preferably vouchered images, of living plants to the Consortium's site - which would also make them available to other collections using the same server.
Managers: Sky Island Alliance
Sky Island Alliance's MABA project is a visionary initiative to catalog, protect, and restore one of the world's premier biodiversity hotspots. Over the next few years we will inventory the wildlands and wildlife of the Sonoran Sky Islands — a region of incredible biological wealth — while implementing community-based conservation, restoration and education activities that are key to the integrity of natural and human environments.
Managers: Not yet defined
Managers: Arizona Native Plant Society
Managers: Madrean Archipelago Biodiversity Assessment Projects
Sky Island Alliance's MABA project is a visionary initiative to catalog, protect, and restore one of the world's premier biodiversity hotspots. Over the next few years we will inventory the wildlands and wildlife of the Sonoran Sky Islands — a region of incredible biological wealth — while implementing community-based conservation, restoration and education activities that are key to the integrity of natural and human environments. Warning: Species lists associated with individual sky islands are automatically generated, and are incomplete in many instances. Use these lists with caution.
Managers: Mark Dimmitt (Arizona Sonora Desert Museum)
The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum interprets what it calls the Sonoran Desert Region, which we define as the Sonoran Desert plus all of its included and contiguous biotic communities. (All eight of the world's biomes are represented in our region.) Geographically, this flora includes all of Sonora and the Baja California Peninsula in Mexico (including the Gulf of California and its islands), Arizona roughly south of the Mogollon Rim, and California roughly south of Interstate 40. Pacific islands close to the Baja California coast (e.g., Cedros but not Guadalupe) are also included. The region technically includes most of Sinaloa, Mexico, but plants that have been recorded in this region only from Sinaloa are not included in the present flora. A few plants that have been recorded only in Chihuahua close to the Sonoran border are included.
Managers: Misc Managers
Managers: Mary Barkworth