Pinus quadrifolia

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Noun1.Pinus quadrifolia - five-needled pinon of southern California and northern Baja California having (sometimes three-needled or four-needled showing hybridization from Pinus californiarum)Pinus quadrifolia - five-needled pinon of southern California and northern Baja California having (sometimes three-needled or four-needled showing hybridization from Pinus californiarum)
pinon, pinyon - any of several low-growing pines of western North America
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Foxtail pine, gray pine, and Torrey pine are endemic--found only there--while Coulter, bishop, Monterey, Parry pinyon, knob-cone, Washoe, Jeffrey, and sugar pine are near endemics with only small portions of their ranges leaking over into Oregon, Nevada, and/or Baja California.
There are empty thrones for knobcone, foxtail, Bolander's, two-leaf pinyon, western white, Parry pinyon, and Torrey pine.