baumzaehlen - Primeval Forests & Their Trees

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Thuja plicata (western redcedar, Cupressaceae)

 

 

 

 

Glacier National Park at 1000 m. BC, Canada.
Glacier National Park. BC, Canada.
T. plicata forest, with small Tsuga heterophylla (western hemlock) left centre. Glacier National Park at 1025 m. BC, Canada.
From the left: dead Tsuga heterophylla (western hemlock), two T. heterophylla, T. plicata, big T. plicata, dead Abies lasiocarpa (subalpine fir), T. plicata. Glacier National Park at 1025 m. BC, Canada.
Tsuga heterophylla (western hemlock) stand. Centre background, one T. plicata. Glacier National Park at 1050 m. BC, Canada.
T. plicata, background left. Abies lasiocarpa (subalpine fir), foreground. Glacier National Park, BC, Canada.
T. plicata, both with epiphytic Tsuga heterophylla (western hemlock) on their left. Clayoquot Sound Biosphere Reserve, BC, Canada.
Some trees of low altitudes of Flores Island, Clayoquot Sound Biosphere Reserve, BC, Canada.
Large T. plicata, with smaller Tsuga heterophylla (western hemlock). MacMillan Provincial Park, BC, Canada.
T. plicata, with Tsuga heterophylla (western hemlock) centre background. Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, BC, Canada.
Large T. plicata; Tsuga heterophylla (western hemlock), foliage on the right. Olympic National Park at 250 m, Washington, USA.
Tsuga heterophylla (western hemlock) dominated forest. T. plicata, centre, and Picea sitchensis (Sitka spruce), large tree, right. Mount Rainier National Park at 520 m, Washington, USA.