Needles longer and more sagging than nearby Loblollys and Pond Pines. No cones on the tree or on the ground.
The ~10-11" needles were in groups of three. See third image for fallen needle cluster.
Cone on the right with Loblolly Pine cone for comparison on left.
Found in the parking lot. Was not able to locate the tree.
Pinus elliottii, commonly known as the slash pine, is a pine native to the southeastern United States, from southern South Carolina west to southeastern Louisiana, and south to the Florida Keys.