Eastern Mojave Vegetation The Gap Road, Esmeralda County, Nevada  

Tom Schweich  

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 I don't know whether this road has a name or not. Google Maps show a portion of this to be Emigrant Pass Road, but the routing looks a little fishy to me. I have called the portion from Nevada 773 near US Hwy 6 south to The Crossing "The Gap Road."

Other articles: NV Hwy 773 at rd to the Gap  

Junction: Nevada State Route 773, just south of US Hwy 6.

Other articles: Field Notes Coll. No. 1150, 22 Jun 2015
Full Size ImageSpring mound in the gap.
Full Size ImageWatercourse crossing in the Gap.  

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Zebra-tailed lizard in The Gap.
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Coll. No. 1150, Psorothamnus polydenius var. polydenius
Spring mound on small road to east.

Other articles: Field Notes 20080612030
Full Size ImageThe Gap, looking south into Fish Lake Valley.  

Looking south through The Gap.

Other articles: Field Notes 12-Jun-08 at The Gap
Full Size ImageThe Gap looking north.  

Looking north through The Gap.



Locations: The Gap.  

The Gap


Other articles: Field Notes 12-Jun-08 in The Gap
Full Size ImageLook south from the approximate middle of The Gap  

Looking south out of The Gap.
  The road to the southeast may be Emigrant Pass Road.



Other articles: Coyote Road 29900  

The Crossing

Junction: Coyote Road




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Date and time this article was prepared: 2/19/2020 5:21:39 PM