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Coniferous, Evergreen

Pinus, Scots Pine. Sylvestris

Description:

Evergreen is a tree that has green foliage throughout the year, evergreens include most of the species of conifers like pines. This exactly evergreen tree has some yellow colour on some of the foliage.

Habitat:

Origin of species Europe Asia

Notes:

Tree appears healthy, there is not areas of concern. The bark seems old and it is peeling off, on one side of the bark you can see some dead branchesand there is also a few bare branches-, the colour of the foliage isabnormal and u can awesome yellowing needles

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Hello ivette.rodriguezcorona and Welcome to the Project Noah community!
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Alberta, Canada

Spotted on Oct 14, 2016
Submitted on Oct 14, 2016

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