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Re: Help with species ID

Yes, it's Cunninghamia, also called China fir (which is kind of a strange name, since China has a lot of firs, and this ain't one of them). A somewhat uncommon horticultural species, though they have been sold in Mexico in recent years as Christmas trees. Photos etc. at http://conifers.org/cu/Cunnin...
by earlecj
Sun Dec 13, 2015 10:47 am
 
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: Help with species ID
Comments: 4
Views: 533

Re: Canada's 2nd Biggest Douglas-fir Tree Identified in Rece

Cool tree, definitely worth a visit. Maybe it will make it. The Red Creek tree has held up despite life in a clearcut, and a decent forest is regrowing around it to help protect it from windthrow. Ditto for the Nolan Creek tree. By the way, the quote about the Nolan Ck tree above is inaccurate in ma...
by earlecj
Mon Nov 17, 2014 11:18 am
 
Forum: British Columbia
Topic: Canada's 2nd Biggest Douglas-fir Tree Identified in Recent C
Comments: 8
Views: 1475

Re: Theodore Roosevelt NP

Visited this area, both north and south units, this July. Besides the cottonwoods, the arborescent flora appears to consist of of green ash, Fraxinus pennsylvanica, and three junipers: Rocky Mountain, Common, and Horizontal. The latter two, of course, are debatably arborescent. In fact... attached p...
by earlecj
Sun Aug 17, 2014 1:45 pm
 
Forum: North Dakota
Topic: Theodore Roosevelt NP
Comments: 6
Views: 1748

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