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Family Pinaceae
Pinus strobus L.
eastern white pine
Pinus: the ancient Latin name
strobus: gum yielding
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Status: Native
Plant: perennial, 80'-110' tall, evergreen tree; stems bark not scaly, with dark deep furrows
Fruit:3"-10" long cones
Leaf:2-4" needles 5 per cluster
(Glossary)

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