Maritime Pine

Scientific name : Pinus pinaster
Other names: Català: Pinastre , Dansk: Strand-Fyr , Deutsch: Strand-Kiefer , Esperanto: Pinastro , Español: Pino rodeno , Suomi: Rannikkomänty , Français: Pin maritime , Magyar: Tengerparti fenyő , Íslenska: Strandfura , Italiano: Pino marittimo , Lëtzebuergesch: Korsesch Kifer , Nederlands: Zeeden , Norsk: Strandfuru , Polski: Sosna nadmorska , Português: Pinheiro-bravo , Slovenský: Borovica prímorská , Slovenščina: Obmorski bor , Svenska: Terpentintall , Türkçe: Sahil çamı

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Short Description

Stately, wintergreen up to 35 m high conifer with initially pyramidical, later wide and open crown and usually crooked stem; Bark initially bright grey, later blackish-reddish and dissected in tiles-like rectangular fields; Needles up to 25 cm long and 2.5 ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


Maritime Pine
Maritime Pine


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