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Pinus banksiana (jack pine, Pinaceae)

 

 

P. banksiana stand with some Picea mariana (black spruce, with dense foliage) and P. mariana regeneration. Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Mainly P. banksiana and Picea mariana (black spruce, narrow dark crowns). Quetico Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.
Stunted Pinus resinosa (red pine). Two small P. banksiana, bottom right. The same species in the background, P. resinosa with long needles. Quetico Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.
Thuja occidentalis (white-cedar) and Fraxinus pennsylvanica (red ash, right) along the shore. P. banksiana and Picea mariana (black spruce, dark crowns), background. Also white trunk of Betula papyrifera (paper birch, right). Quetico Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.
Mainly P. banksiana and Picea mariana (black spruce, narrow crowns). Also a few wide crowns of Pinus strobus (eastern white pine), background. Quetico Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.
Populus tremuloides (quaking aspen) forest, background. Also plentiful small Abies balsamea (balsam fir), three thicker P. banksiana, Acer spicatum (mountain maple, foreground) and Betula papyrifera (paper birch, left centre). Quetico Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.
In the wetland P. banksiana and Larix laricina (tamarack larch, sparse narrow crowns, left). Quetico Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.
Picea mariana (black spruce) dominated forest. Also a thicker P. banksiana (left), Betula papyrifera (paper birch, right foreground) and small Abies balsamea (balsam fir, right centre). Quetico Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.
Three Pinus species on dry rocky slope. From the left: P. strobus (eastern white pine), P. resinosa (red pine), P. banksiana. Also small Thuja occidentalis (white-cedar). Lake Superior Provincial Park. Ontario, Canada.