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Fir, Pine or Spruce - Which Do I Have?
... scales attached to a center stalk. In between the overlapping scales the seeds can be found. The difference in cones can be seen by the scales. Pine cone scales are woody in nature, with a rigid feel. In contrast, spruce cones have thinner scales ...
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Pine, Spruce or Fir?
... , the cone scales are thin or slightly thickened, and the wood is generally soft and easy to work. The hard pines have their leaves in bundles of 2 or 3, the cone scales are much thickened, and the wood is relatively hard. Spruce (Picea) The spruces are evergreen trees and have long, often cone-shaped crowns and straight, gradually ...
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Diplodia Tip Blight of Austrian, Red and Scotch Pine, HYG-3041-96
... during periods of rainfall. Pine shoots are particularly susceptible to infection in early spring. Developing cone scales are also commonly infected, although they are not damaged. Wounds, such as those made by ...
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Trees of Reed: True Firs
... , damp climates. Its cones are distinctive: cylindrical, green to olive-brown, bracts longer than the cone scales. A close-up look at the needles of this tree will show white bands on ...
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Biology, biology degrees, research, news, U.W.A. - Institute of Biological Sciences
... Tropical House. The female one is currently bearing three developing green cones. When mature, the cone scales,(sporophylls) separate a little one from the other, revealing the orange-red ovules beneath. Hedychium ...
www.aber.ac.uk

Lepidodendron Cone Scale
... Lepidodendron Cone Scale Lepidostrobophyllum Lepidostrobophyllum _is the name assigned to the individual cone scales of Lepidostrobus . This specimen is shown at approximately actual size. This is an average-sized ...
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Araucaria heterophylla fact sheet
... cones broadly egg-shaped and green, at branch tips. Fruit: A large cone, 5 inches long and 6 inches wide, cone scales bearing a recurved spine, green changing to brown. Twig: Slender and ...
www.cnr.vt.edu

VT Forestry I.D. Cards - red maple
... :Brown, slender and shiny with lighter lenticels; terminal buds brown, very sharp pointed, with tight scales. Bark:Variable, but generally brown, on older trees it becomes darker, develops furrows, with long ... ends of branches. Fruit:Cones are 4 to 7 inches long, cylindrical, with thick, rounded cone scales, very resinous, borne on a long stalk and maturing in late summer. Twig:Slender, gray ...
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Cycad Society of South Africa: Book Reviews
... colour photographs for each species Illustrations: Colour illustrations of leaves and male and female cone scales for each species Maps: Continent and Country maps for each species Publisher: D & ... - Douglas Goode Size: (Hardcover) Pages: Illustrations: Colour illustrations of leaves and male and female cone scales for each species Publisher: Price: Out of print, but still available in some ...
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How to Wire a Pine Cone - eHow.com
... Decorating and Design Holidays and Special Occasions How to Wire a Pine Cone comment digg it del.icio.us print email Rate This Article ... cone. Here's how. Instructions STEP 1: Gather evergreen cones from under pine, redwood, cedar, sugar pine, or other evergreen trees. The scales ... Wrap the wire around the bottom of the cone, slipping the wire between the open scales. One or two wraps will hold all ...
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