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Visual method of distinguishing longleaf from shortleaf and loblolly pineAuthor(s): Forest Products Laboratory
Source: Technical note ; 141
Publication Series: Technical Note
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CitationForest Products Laboratory 1937. Visual method of distinguishing longleaf from shortleaf and loblolly pine. Technical note ; 141
KeywordsWood anatomy, Identification, Growth rings, Pinus echinata, Pinus taeda, Pinus palustris, pith
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