Pinus halepensis Miller ( Aleppo pine)

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Aleppo pine


pinus halepensis leaves

pinus halepensis, aspecto del arbol

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Pinus halepensis Miller – (Aleppo pine)

Perennial tree of the pine family Pinaceae to 20 m but generally not so tall. Trunk with whitish silver bark in youth but becoming darker and reddish, with clear fissures as the tree gets older. Leaves between 5 and 12 cm, needle shaped about 1 mm broad. Very conical cones, to 12 cm long, 4 cm wide, with curved peduncles. In dry Mediterranean woods. (See properties)

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22 April, 2019

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