[Taxacom] unknown cultivated pine from Louisiana
aon.912051867.4 at aon.at
Sat Aug 31 09:18:52 CDT 2013
The bark reminds me of a Pinus pinaster Aiton; the long, coarse needles
would not contradict such a determination. A cone would, however, be
more helpful for correctly identifying this pine.
The crowns of older Pinus pinea trees nearly always develop into an
umbrella, which is not the case here.
So long !
Department of Botany
Museum of Natural History
friedrich.lauria at nhm-wien.ac.at
Am 31.08.2013 00:15, schrieb Reid, Christopher S:
> I have posted some images of an unknown pine that is persisting at an old home site in northern Louisiana. Any ideas what it is?
> Christopher Reid
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