Globally endangered (EN) (Source: IUCN Red List)

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  • Portuguese
    • Pinheiro-insigne
  • English
    • Monterey pine
    • Radiata pine
  • Scientific Names
    • Pinus radiata
  • Spanish
    • Pino de Monterrey

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Recent observations

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What

Monterey pine Pinus radiata

Observer

evelynch

Date

February 7, 2016

Description

needles in sets of three

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Monterey pine Pinus radiata

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gcaptain

Date

February 7, 2016 04:57 PM PST

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Square

What

Monterey pine Pinus radiata

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dpom

Date

January 28, 2016 10:12 AM PST

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Monterey pine Pinus radiata

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leptonia

Date

January 27, 2016 09:10 AM PST

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Monterey pine Pinus radiata

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jpoirier20

Date

January 18, 2016 05:54 PM PST

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Monterey pine Pinus radiata

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jpoirier20

Date

January 17, 2016

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Monterey pine Pinus radiata

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meurkc

Date

December 26, 2015

Description

3-needle pine

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Monterey pine Pinus radiata

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damontighe

Date

December 25, 2015 02:05 PM PST

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What

Monterey pine Pinus radiata

Observer

stephen_thorpe

Date

December 23, 2015

Description

Locality: NEW ZEALAND AK, suburb of Saint Johns, Morrin Reserve.

Habitat: One tree, cultivated at margin of reserve.

Identification: Pinus radiata D.Don, 1837. Note that the needles are held in threes. Tentative ID. Could perhaps be Pinus coulteri or Pinus ponderosa.

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Square

What

Monterey pine Pinus radiata

Observer

parkecology

Date

December 18, 2015 11:16 AM TOT

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Square

What

Monterey pine Pinus radiata

Observer

leptonia

Date

December 5, 2015

Description

From one of the remaining native stands

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Square

What

Monterey pine Pinus radiata

Observer

parkecology

Date

December 7, 2015 10:33 AM TOT
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Description from Wikipedia

The Monterey Pine, Pinus radiata, family Pinaceae, also known as the Insignis Pine or Radiata Pine is a species of pine native to the Central Coast of California and Mexico (Guadalupe Island and Cedros island).

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Conservation Summary

  • California, US
    1B.1 (Source: CNPS)
    California Native Plant Society, California Rare Plant Rank 1B.1: Plants Rare, Threatened, or Endangered in California and Elsewhere - Seriously threatened in California
No range data available.
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