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Ontario's northern forest, growing around a rock in Killarney Provincial Park: clockwise from top are Abies balsamea, Tsuga canadensis, Thuja occidentalis, Pinus resinosa, Pinus strobus, and Picea mariana.

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A virgin stand of longleaf pine in the East Texas Piney Woods region, 1908 (Earley 2004) [Stephen F. Austin University].

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A commercial stand of Pinus elliottii var. densa at Avon Park Bombing Range in Florida [Jay Frost, 2008.12.23].

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The "big tree" of Taxodium distichum var. distichum; at Cat Island, Louisiana [©Vladimir Dinets 2012].

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A car made out of Juniperus virginiana.

 

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Conifers of Eastern North America

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I put this together when I was working on the "Field Guide to Trees of Eastern North America," and the first order of business was to sort out the eastern species, defined roughly as species occurring in the U.S. and Canada east of the 100th meridian of longitude. I prepared this page mostly to help myself with that process.

Taxa List

Pinophyta, Conifers and allies.

Cupressaceae, Cypress family.

Pinaceae, pine family.

Taxaceae, and other ornamental yews.

Last Modified 2017-11-07