Pinus rigida


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Noun1.Pinus rigida - large three-needled pine of the eastern United States and southeastern CanadaPinus rigida - large three-needled pine of the eastern United States and southeastern Canada; closely related to the pond pine
pine, pine tree, true pine - a coniferous tree
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It, along with Pinus rigida (pitch pine), Pinus echinata (shortleaf pine), and Pinus virginiana (Virginia pine), forms small conifer-dominated communities throughout the hardwood forests of the Appalachian Mountains.
Therefore, the size factor in ASTM D1990, which was derived from North American--grown species of Douglas-fir, hem-fir, southern pine (Pinus palustris Mill., Pinus echinata Mill., Pinus taeda L., Pinus elliottii Engelm., Pinus rigida Mill, and Pinus serotine Michx.), and sprucepine--fir (Picea spp., Pinus spp.
KEY WORDS: fire history, fire evidence index, Pinus rigida, plant community composition
Pine Barren forests are typically situated on sandy soils and are dominated by Pitch Pine (Pinus rigida Miller) and several species of oaks.
133 156 37 latifolia 1980 Longleaf Pinus palustris 2005 145 106 36 Mexican pinyon Pinus cembroides [dagger] 74 49 37 2005 Mexican pinyon Pinus cembroides [dagger] 67 57 40 1982 Monterey Pinus radiata 2003 334 167 106 Pitch Pinus rigida [dagger] 1999 146 114 70 Pitch Pinus rigida [dagger] 1999 170 99 42 Pond Pinus serotina 2001 119 132 52 Ponderosa Pinus ponderosa var.
Many of the plants growing alongside mountain golden heather, including pitch pine (Pinus rigida), Table Mountain pine (Pinus pungens), and sand myrtle (Leiophyllum buxifolium), are known to be fire-adapted species in other parts of their range.
In wideranging pines with large, continuous populations, like pitch pine (Pinus rigida Mill.), [Mathematical Expression Omitted] is nearly an order of magnitude smaller ([Mathematical Expression Omitted] in Guries and Ledig 1982) than estimates presented here for Chihuahua spruce.
Type 2 includes open Pinus rigida and Betula populifolia stands with frequent and abundant Polytrichum spp., Comptonia peregrina, Prunus pensylvanica, Andropogon scoparius, Vaccinium spp., Apocynum androsaemifolium, and Rubus spp.