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    • thuya géant
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    • western redcedar
    • western red cedar
    • canoe cedar
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    • Thuja plicata

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Recent observations

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Square

What

western redcedar Thuja plicata

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aunty

Date

August 19, 2015

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What

western redcedar Thuja plicata

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parkecology

Date

August 23, 2015 10:55 AM PDT

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Square

What

western redcedar Thuja plicata

Date

August 18, 2015 10:27 AM NZST

Description

By the gym

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Square

What

western redcedar Thuja plicata

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eagleloft

Date

August 8, 2015 11:27 AM PDT

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western redcedar Thuja plicata

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rileypollom

Date

August 2, 2015 05:24 PM PDT

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western redcedar Thuja plicata

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wisel

Date

May 9, 2015 12:51 PM PDT

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Square

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western redcedar Thuja plicata

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loarie

Date

July 30, 2015 04:48 PM PDT

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western redcedar Thuja plicata

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loarie

Date

July 30, 2015 01:21 PM PDT

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western redcedar Thuja plicata

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eagleloft

Date

July 30, 2015 02:19 PM PDT

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Square

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western redcedar Thuja plicata

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elbowingpenalty

Date

July 29, 2015 03:09 PM PDT

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western redcedar Thuja plicata

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eagleloft

Date

July 29, 2015 05:32 PM PDT

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What

western redcedar Thuja plicata

Observer

rileypollom

Date

July 27, 2015 07:03 PM PDT
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Description from Wikipedia

Thuja plicata, commonly called Western or Pacific redcedar,giant or western arborvitae,giant cedar, or shinglewood, is a species of Thuja, an evergreen coniferous tree in the cypress family Cupressaceae native to western North America. Despite its common names, it does not belong with the true cedars within the genus Cedrus. It is the Provincial tree of British Columbia, and has extensive applications for the indigenous First Nations of the Pacific Northwest.

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Conservation Summary

No range data available.