Grand Fir

Scientific name : Abies grandis
Other names: Dansk: Kæmpe-Gran , Deutsch: Riesen-Tanne , Español: Abeto grande , Eesti: Hiigelnulg , Suomi: Jättipihta , Français: Sapin de Vancouver , Italiano: Abete di Vaoncouver , Nederlands: Reuzenzilverspar , Norsk: Kjempeedelgran , Polski: Jodła olbrzymia , Português: Grand Fir, Abies grandis , Русский: Пихта великая , Slovenský: Jedľa obrovská , Svenska: Kustgran

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Wintergreen, up to 50 m high conifer with slim, cone-shaped crown and pointed treetop; Branches stick out horizontally whorled; Needles 2-6 cm long, flat, acyclic, but regularly 2-rowed parted, those on the upper side of the twig shorter than those ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer

Abies grandis
Photo: Dave Powell, USDA Forest Service, United States / License: CC-BY-3.0

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