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lodge pole pine cone

Pinus contorta

Habitat:

foothills



1 species ID suggestions

Michael67
Michael67 3 years ago
Stone Pine
Pinus pinea

4 Comments

AntónioGinjaGinja
AntónioGinjaGinja 4 years ago

you are allways welcome
In portuguese is Obrigado(thanks:)

Hema Shah
Hema Shah 4 years ago

Gracias.

AntónioGinjaGinja
AntónioGinjaGinja 4 years ago

millions of little ones figthing for a place under the sun,life is hard but at same time very pleseant,seeds are allways a promise of new future as we se here,great spotting Emma

Hema Shah
Hema Shah 4 years ago

Due to active seed dispersal,you can see the so called "of spring " of this mother pine in picture number 4. There are many such offsprings under and around the tree . They grow at a rate of 4 to 5 ft a year. Local landscaping maintanence will of course take care of it. i am wondering though how this would work out in a totally forest like scenario. Trees growing thru trees. Would probably result in stunting of growth, trees bending in all directions,over crowding etc etc.

California, USA

Lat: 36.70, Long: -118.76

Spotted on Mar 28, 2012
Submitted on Mar 28, 2012

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