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    Northern White Cedar

    evergreen tree with fan like branches and scaly leaves, small tree, grows in wet forestsused for craft, construction and medicine
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    • leaves are decidious & fan shaped with
    • an apical sinus, ovule enclosed in fleshy
    • capsule that smells, it is dioecious.
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    Table Mtn Pine

    rounded, irregular shape. needles are in bundles of two, occasionally three. cones are ovoid, pale pinkish to yellowish buff, each scale bears a stout, sharp spine, prefers dry conditions
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    Pinyion Pine

    edible pinyon nuts, The fragrance of the wood, especially when burned, is unmistakable, grows in the southwestern United States and in Mexico
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    Balsam Fir

    Erect cone, disintegrates when ripe, Soft, blunt, single needles. Directly attached to twig. Two-ranked off the twig
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    Red Spruce

    • 4 sided needles, sharp pointed needles
    • pendant cones, rough twig surface
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    Black Spruce

    • cones are smallest of all the spruces,
    • straight trunk with little taper, narrow, pointed crown of short, compact, drooping branches with upturned tips, grows near timberline and adirondack mtns.
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    White Spruce

    large evergreen tree, the cones are pendulous with thin, flexible scales. leaves are needle like, bark is thin and scaly, flaking off in small circular plates
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Pine Cone Biology contin
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