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: 5/31/2020 9:48:53 PM