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New Mexico Statutes Chapter 12. Miscellaneous Public Affairs Matters § 12-3-4. State flower;  state bird;  state tree;  state fish;  state animal;  state vegetables;  state gem;  state grass;  state fossil;  state cookie;  state insect;  state question;  state answer;  state nickname;  state butterfly;  state reptile;  state amphibian;  state aircraft;  state historic railroad;  state tie;  state necklace

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A.?The yucca flower is adopted as the official flower of New Mexico.

B.?The chaparral bird, commonly called roadrunner, is adopted as the official bird of New Mexico.

C.?The nut pine or pinon tree, scientifically known as Pinus edulis, is adopted as the official tree of New Mexico.

D.?The native New Mexico cutthroat trout is adopted as the official fish of New Mexico.

E.?The native New Mexico black bear is adopted as the official animal of New Mexico.

F.?The chile, the Spanish adaptation of the chilli, and the pinto bean, commonly known as the frijol, are adopted as the official vegetables of New Mexico.

G.?The turquoise is adopted as the official gem of New Mexico.

H.?The blue grama grass, scientifically known as Bouteloua gracillis, is adopted as the official grass of New Mexico.

I.?The coelophysis is adopted as the official fossil of New Mexico.

J.?The bizcochito is adopted as the official cookie of New Mexico.

K.?The tarantula hawk wasp, scientifically known as Pepsis formosa, is adopted as the official insect of New Mexico.

L.??Red or green?? is adopted as the official question of New Mexico.

M.??Red and green or Christmas? is adopted as the official answer of New Mexico.

N.??The Land of Enchantment? is adopted as the official nickname of New Mexico.

O.?The Sandia hairstreak is adopted as the official butterfly of New Mexico.

P.?The New Mexico whiptail lizard, scientifically known as Cnemidophorus neomexicanus, is adopted as the official reptile of New Mexico.

Q.?The New Mexico spadefoot toad, scientifically known as Spea multiplicata, is adopted as the official amphibian of New Mexico.

R.?The hot air balloon is adopted as the official aircraft of New Mexico.

S.?The Cumbres and Toltec scenic railroad is adopted as the official historic railroad of New Mexico.

T.?The bolo tie is adopted as the official tie of New Mexico.

U.?The Native American squash blossom necklace is adopted as the official necklace of New Mexico.

Cite this article: FindLaw.com - New Mexico Statutes Chapter 12. Miscellaneous Public Affairs Matters § 12-3-4. State flower;  state bird;  state tree;  state fish;  state animal;  state vegetables;  state gem;  state grass;  state fossil;  state cookie;  state insect;  state question;  state answer;  state nickname;  state butterfly;  state reptile;  state amphibian;  state aircraft;  state historic railroad;  state tie;  state necklace - last updated May 06, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nm/chapter-12-miscellaneous-public-affairs-matters/nm-st-sect-12-3-4/


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