- From Latin larix, from Ancient Greek λάριξ (larix) (Wiktionary)
“This condition appears in other genera, such as Larix and Picea, but without obvious significance.”
“Forests are predominantly coniferous of Siberian silver fir Abies sibirica, larch Larix sibiricaand pine Pinus sibiricawith mixed forests of aspen Populus Tremula present in the area.”
“Of particular concern is the loss of old-growth forest types such as low-elevation ponderosa pine, western larch (Larix occidentalis), and Douglas-fir.”
“The influence of fire on carbon distribution and net primary production of boreal Larix gmelinii forests in north-eastern China.”
“In boreal Alaska, a larch sawfly outbreak killed most of the larger and older tamarack (Larix laricina) trees during a warm period in the decade of the 1990s, and aspen leaf miner (Phyllocnistis populiella) appeared at outbreak levels (142,000 ha) by 2003 .”
“Early forests were dominated by birch, but larch (Larix spp.), with some spruce (Picea spp.) became prevalent between 8,000 and 4,000 years BP.”
“Closer to the interior, larch (Larix decidua), arolla pine (Pinus cembra), and scotch pine (Pinus sylvestris) replaces P. mugo.”
“Dendroclimatological study on tree-ring width and maximum density chronologies from Picea obovata and Larix sibirica from the North of Krasnoyarsk region (Russia).”
“Warm slopes have Picea purpurea and junipers Sabina convallium and S. saltuaria with some larch Larix potaninii.”
“These include a number of species that are internationally threatened: Picea brachtyla (VU), Larix mastersiana (VU), Pterostylax psilophylla (VU), Tsuga chinensis, Eucommia ulmoides, Pteroceltis tagarinowii, Euptelea pleiospermum, Dipteronia sinensis, Kingdonia uniflora and Magnolia officinalis.”
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