Black Pine (European)

Scientific name : Pinus nigra
Other names: Български: Черен бор , Česky: Borovice černá , Dansk: Østrigsk Fyr , Deutsch: Schwarz-Kiefer , Esperanto: Nigra pino , Español: Pino salgareño , Eesti: Must mänd , Suomi: Mustamänty, euroopanmustamänty , Français: Pin noir , Hrvatski: Crni bor , Magyar: Feketefenyő , Italiano: Pino nero , Polski: Sosna czarna , Português: Pinheiro-larício , Русский: Сосна чёрная , Slovenský: Borovica čierna , Türkçe: Karaçam

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Short Description

Stately, up to 40 m high wintergreen conifer, when young with regular, later on with increasingly flattened, open and overhanging crown; Bark of older specimens deeply fissured and with large tiles, brown-grey to black-brown, with usually sooty black branches and ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer

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Black Pine (European)
Black Pine (European)
Black Pine (European)
Black Pine (European)
Black Pine (European)
Black Pine (European)
Black Pine (European)
Black Pine (European)
Black Pine (European)
Black Pine (European)
Black Pine (European)

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