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Pinus strobus (eastern white pine, Pinaceae)

 

 

P. strobus, with foliage of Abies balsamea (balsam fir) and Acer saccharum (sugar maple) on the left. Small Acer rubrum (red maple) sapling, bottom left. Estivant Pines Nature Sanctuary, Michigan, USA.
P. strobus. Small tree, left: Ostrya virginiana (American hophornbeam). Estivant Pines Nature Sanctuary, Michigan, USA.
P. strobus (left), Pinus resinosa (red pine, right) and plentiful small Abies balsamea (balsam fir). Further large P. resinosa behind A. balsamea. Quetico Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.
Old-growth Pinus stand with P. strobus (with long horizontal branches) and P. resinosa (red pine, other tall trees). Fraxinus pennsylvanica (red ash) along the shore. Quetico Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.
Pinus banksiana (jack pine), P. strobus (with long horizontal branches), Abies balsamea (balsam fir, small conical trees), Populus tremuloides (quaking aspen, broadleaf trees with white trunk). Quetico Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.
Mainly Pinus banksiana (jack pine) and Picea mariana (black spruce, narrow crowns). Also a few wide crowns of P. strobus, background. Quetico Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.
Pinus resinosa (red pine) stand. Also Sorbus decora (showy mountain-ash) seedling, bottom; P. strobus seedling, bottom centre; Abies balsamea (balsam fir) seedlings, bottom left and background. Quetico Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.
Three Pinus species on dry rocky slope. From the left: P. strobus, P. resinosa (red pine), P. banksiana (jack pine). Also small Thuja occidentalis (white-cedar). Lake Superior Provincial Park. Ontario, Canada.
Dry slope facing Lake Superior. P. strobus (top right), Pinus resinosa (red pine, centre), Betula papyrifera (paper birch, centre), Picea glauca (white spruce, left), Sorbus decora (showy mountain-ash, top right). Lake Superior Provincial Park. Ontario, Canada.