Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine (Lab 2)

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  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Bark of a tree 2 inches in diameter at breast height.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Bark of a tree 2 inches in diameter at breast height.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Bark of a tree 12 inches in diameter at breast height.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Bark of a tree 12 inches in diameter at breast height.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Bark of a tree 10 inches in diameter at breast height.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Bark of a tree 10 inches in diameter at breast height.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Bark of a tree 4 inches in diameter at breast height.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Bark of a tree 4 inches in diameter at breast height.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Cone, female (seed), at maturity, largest of the southern pines.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Cone, female (seed), at maturity, largest of the southern pines.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Cone, female (seed), closed just prior to maturity, largest of the southern pines.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Cone, female (seed), closed just prior to maturity, largest of the southern pines.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Cone, female (seed), at maturity, largest of the southern pines.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Cone, female (seed), at maturity, largest of the southern pines.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Cone, female (seed), at maturity, largest of the southern pines.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Cone, female (seed), at maturity, largest of the southern pines.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Form, saplings, candelabra stage, planted in urban landscape.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Form, saplings, candelabra stage, planted in urban landscape.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Form of a mature, open-crowned tree growing in an understocked stand.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Form of a mature, open-crowned tree growing in an understocked stand.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Form, saplings, candelabra stage.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Form, saplings, candelabra stage.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Form of saplings following emergence from the grass stage, prior to the candelabra stage.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Form of saplings following emergence from the grass stage, prior to the candelabra stage.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Form of saplings following emergence from the grass stage, prior to the candelabra stage.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Form of saplings following emergence from the grass stage, prior to the candelabra stage.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Form, saplings, candelabra stage.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Form, saplings, candelabra stage.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Form, saplings, candelabra stage.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Form, saplings, candelabra stage.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Form, grass stage where seedlings may remain for 7 years or more while developing extensive root systems.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Form, grass stage where seedlings may remain for 7 years or more while developing extensive root systems.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Form, grass stage where seedlings may remain for 7 years or more while developing extensive root systems.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Form, grass stage where seedlings may remain for 7 years or more while developing extensive root systems.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Form, grass stage where seedlings may remain for 7 years or more while developing extensive root systems.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Form, grass stage where seedlings may remain for 7 years or more while developing extensive root systems.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Needles, three per fascicle typical, longest of the southern pines.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Needles, three per fascicle typical, longest of the southern pines.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Needles, three per fascicle typical, longest of the southern pines.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Needles, three per fascicle typical, longest of the southern pines.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Needles, three per fascicle typical, longest of the southern pines.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Needles, three per fascicle typical, longest of the southern pines.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Terminal bud, large, white, and fuzzy.  Thickly insulated to protect the apical meristem from the effects of wildfire.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Terminal bud, large, white, and fuzzy. Thickly insulated to protect the apical meristem from the effects of wildfire.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Terminal bud, large, white, and fuzzy.  Thickly insulated to protect the apical meristem from the effects of wildfire.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Terminal bud, large, white, and fuzzy. Thickly insulated to protect the apical meristem from the effects of wildfire.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Terminal bud, large, white, and fuzzy.  The bud is elongated as this shoot is actively growing.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Terminal bud, large, white, and fuzzy. The bud is elongated as this shoot is actively growing.
  • Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Terminal bud, large, white, and fuzzy.  The bud is elongated as this shoot is actively growing.Pinaceae Pinus palustris - longleaf pine: Terminal bud, large, white, and fuzzy. The bud is elongated as this shoot is actively growing.
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