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Caribbean Pine

Pinus caribaea


Pine tree of the Caribbean, with long needles From wikipedia: It inhabits tropical and subtropical coniferous forests, which include both lowland savannas and montane forests. Wildfire plays a major role limiting the range of this species, but it has been reported that this tree regenerates quickly and aggressively, replacing latifoliate trees.[1] In zones not subject to periodic fires, the succession continues and a tropical forest thrives.


In the photo of Thousand Foot Falls, you can see the pines at the tops of the ridges and tropical forest below

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1 Comment

DaneCole 8 years ago

Gorgeous red bark!

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Belmopan, Belize

Spotted on Jan 16, 2013
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