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North American Trees (exclusive of Mexico and Tropical United States): A ...
Richard Joseph Preston
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1/2 inches long 5-lobed acorn acuminate acute apex Arizona BARK bracts branches California calyx capsule chestnut-brown clusters cone scales corolla cymes dark brown dark green deciduous dense diameter max dioecious Douglas-fir drupe fascicles feet high feet in diameter Florida Flowering branchlet fruit furrowed genus glabrous globose gray HABIT HABITAT hairy heartwood high and 1-2 inches in diameter Intolerant lanceolate leaf scars leaflets Leaves legume lenticels light brown lobed lustrous margins maturing medium-sized tree moist sites Monoecious native Needles oblong obovate orange-brown ovary ovate ovoid pale paler panicles persistent petioles Pine pinnately Pinus Pistillate pubescent purple racemes rarely red-brown resin rounded crown Sarg Seed serrate sessile short-stalked shrub shrub or small SILVICAL CHARACTERS Similar to Q slender small tree smooth southern species spines spinescent spruce stamens stomata stout subglobose terminal absent Texas thin Tolerant toothed trunk usually western wing Winter buds Winter twig WOOD woolly yellow yellow-green