This pinyon's thin, easily ruptured seed coat, tasty endosperm, and hardy character have long recommended it for economic development. It forms scattered stands in Texas, Coahuila, Durango, and Nuevo Leon.
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Little, E.L. 1966. A new inyon variety from Texas. Wrightia 3: 181-187.
Perry, J. P. 1991. The pines of Mexico and Central America. Timber Press, Portland.
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