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Although it is not an autoctonous tree, it has adapted well and can be seen commonly around.
Patty, I'm not expert in anything to do with student pictures. You should ask your question on the "support" chat at the bottom of your screen.
Ok, thank you very much =)
I'm not sure what kind of Juniper it is. I'd say leave the common name as it is now, and under "scientific name" put Juniperus sp. This is the Genus (Juniperus) and with sp. you're saying it's some species, but you don't really know which.
By the way, Ava, can you also student´s pictures? I was wondering because I think we may be having a similar misidentification but I´m not sure...Maybe you may check; I would be thankful =). Greetings
Oh! Thank you Ava! I didn´t know and would have never identified it as juniper without help... Thank you. Shall I change its ID for plain "juniper" or are there different kinds of juniper trees? Greetings
I suspect this is a juniper rather than a pine, and it's definetely not Picea abis.
Spotted on Jun 16, 2012 Submitted on Jun 24, 2012
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