Primordia of Pinus edulis strobili are produced in winter buds that form between August and October.
In Pinus edulis, nearly one-half of the seeds in mature cones are empty (Vander Wall & Balda, 1977; Ligon, 1978), and for P.
Individual Pinus edulis trees vary genetically in their ability to avoid being attacked by Dioryctria albovitella (Whitham & Mopper, 1985; Christensen & Whitham, 1991, 1993; Gehring & Whitham, 1991; Moppet et al.
After the various forms of predispersal seed losses are accounted for, mean filled seeds per cone ranges from about 4 in Pinus edulis (Vander Wall & Balda, 1977; Ligon, 1978) to about 16 in P.
The Fallax pinyon pine, listed in the Register as Pinus edulis var.
arenicola * (FL) HOLLY Georgia Ilex longpipes * (SC, GA, LA) HOLLY Sarvis Ilex amelanchier * (NC, SC, GA, FL, LA) HOLLY Tawnberry Ilex krugiana (FL) LICARIA Florida Licaria triandra * (FL) LOCUST Kelsey Robinia kelseyi * (NC, TN, KY) MAIDENBRUSH Savia bahamensis * (FL) MAIDENBRUSH Marlberry Ardisia escallonioides * (FL) MESQUITE Screwbean Prosopis pubescens (TX, NM, AZ, UT, NV, CA) NECTANDRA Florida Nectandra coriacea * (FL) OAK McDonald Quercus macdonaldii * (CA) OAK Northern pin Quercus ellipsoidalis (MI, WI, MN) OAK Turkey Quercus laevis (VA, NC, SC, GA, FL, AL, MS LA) PAWPAW Bigflower Asimina obovata * (NC, SC, GA, FL) PEPPERTREE Brazil Schinus terebinthifolia # (TX, CA) PINE Fallax pinyon Pinus edulis var.