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Abies lasiocarpa (Hook
... fir, western balsam fir, balsam fir, Rocky Mountain fir, white fir, and pino real blanco de las sierras; for corkbark fir, alamo de la sierra (44). Habitat Native Range Subalpine fir is a widely distributed North American fir ... lower limits, white fir (Abies concolor), interior Douglas-fir, blue spruce, and aspen; and at higher elevations, corkbark fir. Subalpine fir frequently extends to timberline ...

... poplar Populus balsamifera L. Very intolerant D E I, E Bigcone Douglas-fir Pseudotsuga macrocarpa (Vasey) Mayr Intolerant M E I, AL Bigleaf ... persimmon Diospyros virginiana L. Very tolerant D E AL, U, E, I Corkbark fir Abies lasiocarpa var. arizonica (Merriam)Lemm. Tolerant M E I, E, ... L. Very tolerant Perfect E U, I, AL, S, E Fraser fir Abies fraseri (Pursh) Poir. Very tolerant M E I Fraser magnolia ...
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Native Plant Information Network -Abies lasiocarpa
... Distribution|Data Source|Images Scientific Name: Abies lasiocarpa (Hook.) Nutt. Common Name(s): Subalpine fir Family: Pinaceae (Pine Family) Synonym(s): US Nativity: Native USDA Symbol: ABLA Submitted by ... by songbirds and mammals. The scientific name, meaning "hairy-fruited," refers to the cones. Corkbark Fir (var. arizonica (Merriam) Lemm.), a variety from Arizona to Colorado, has thin, whitish, ...

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