Critically Imperiled Plant Profile (Not Listed or Proposed under the Endangered Species Act)
A flower stalk and developing fruits of Rincon Mountain rockcress. Photo by Jim Malusa from U.S. Forest Service files.
The Rincon Mountain rockress grows in the understory of pine trees on steep and rocky slopes at elevations of 6,000-9,000 feet. Photo by Mima Falk in Arizona Rare Plant Field Guide, 2001.
Arabis tricornuta range map.
Arabis tricornuta, Rincon Mountain rockcress
- Other common name(s): Chiricahua rockcress
- NatureServe has not assessed threats yet
National Forest and Grassland Occurrence