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Found these on the side of a hill on the west side of the park.

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Bigcone Douglas-fir - Photo (c) Jay Keller, all rights reserved, uploaded by Jay L. Keller
chanze's ID: Bigcone Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga macrocarpa)
Posted by chanze almost 5 years ago (Flag)
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The tree on the right looks like some sort of pine... the one on the left could be Bigcone Douglas Fir... but I've never seen it naturally occur out of the steep mountains and canyons. It could be planted, of course.

One of my favorite southern California tree species.

Posted by charlie almost 5 years ago (Flag)
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I've seen these up Walnut Canyon in Eaton. I wasn't able to able to get very close to this one. I'll bug my Prof and see if he can help with the ID. The particular park this is from has been "restored", so I imagine that at least some of what I saw was intentionally put there.

Posted by chanze almost 5 years ago (Flag)
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pines - Photo (c) paolapalazzolo, all rights reserved
charlie's ID: pines (Genus Pinus)
Posted by charlie about 2 years ago (Flag)
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Bigcone Douglas-fir - Photo (c) Jay Keller, all rights reserved, uploaded by Jay L. Keller
chanze's ID: Bigcone Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga macrocarpa)
pine family - Photo (c) Charles Tilford, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
Community ID: pine family (Family Pinaceae)
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pines - Photo (c) paolapalazzolo, all rights reserved
charlie's ID: pines (Genus Pinus)
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