Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine (Lab 2)

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  • Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Bark on a tree 16 inches in diameter at breast height.Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Bark on a tree 16 inches in diameter at breast height.
  • Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Bark closeup of a tree 16 inches in diameter at breast height showing the eruptions of resin canals.Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Bark closeup of a tree 16 inches in diameter at breast height showing the eruptions of resin canals.
  • Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Bark on a tree 12 inches in diameter at breast height.Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Bark on a tree 12 inches in diameter at breast height.
  • Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Cone, female (seed), at maturity, smallest of the pines native to East Texas.Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Cone, female (seed), at maturity, smallest of the pines native to East Texas.
  • Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Form, large tree.Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Form, large tree.
  • Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Form, large tree.Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Form, large tree.
  • Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Form, large tree.Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Form, large tree.
  • Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Form, large tree.Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Form, large tree.
  • Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Form, shortleaf will often resprout from its basal crook following a fire.Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Form, shortleaf will often resprout from its basal crook following a fire.
  • Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Form, shortleaf will often resprout from its basal crook following a fire.Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Form, shortleaf will often resprout from its basal crook following a fire.
  • Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Form, shortleaf can resprout in response to fire damage.Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Form, shortleaf can resprout in response to fire damage.
  • Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Form, shortleaf can resprout in response to fire damage.Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Form, shortleaf can resprout in response to fire damage.
  • Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Cone, female (seed), at maturity, smallest of the pines native to East Texas.Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Cone, female (seed), at maturity, smallest of the pines native to East Texas.
  • Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Cone, female (seed), at maturity, smallest of the pines native to East Texas. Male (pollen) cones are yellow and visible behind the seed cone.Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Cone, female (seed), at maturity, smallest of the pines native to East Texas. Male (pollen) cones are yellow and visible behind the seed cone.
  • Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Needles, two or three per fascicle, shortest of the pines native to East Texas.Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Needles, two or three per fascicle, shortest of the pines native to East Texas.
  • Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Needles, two or three per fascicle, shortest of the pines native to East Texas.Pinaceae Pinus echinata - shortleaf pine: Needles, two or three per fascicle, shortest of the pines native to East Texas.
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