- From Latin pīnus (Wiktionary)
“The _Nakhtur_, or Pinus, which is the prevailing feature above Bharowl, is the same as the Tazeen one, and is a”
“We then ascended among Pines and Oaks, Callicarpa arborea, and others, ascending up the humid ravines, which in the rains give exit to torrents -- at 300 feet noticed a different Pinus, which is observed in abundance on a mountain on the opposite side, up which it ascends 2 or”
“Among the exciting discoveries were new species of conifers, such as Pinus hartwegii, Pinus ayacahuite, P. moctezumae, P. patula, Cupressus macrocarpa, and Sequoia sempervirens.”
“This ecoregion also includes many high-elevation coniferous taxa such as Pinus spp.,”
“Secondary forests on the Shandong Peninsula tend to support native conifers such as Pinus armandi, P. tabulaeformis, or several other pine (Pinus spp.) and larch (Larix spp.) species that have been introduced from other areas.”
“Also, note that when reforesting including planted non-native vegetation to Hispaniola, such as Pinus caribaea, they are doing more harm than good possibly and this species of pine (Carrebian Pine) does not grow well on Hispaniola Island and is subject to sickness and insect infestation.”
“The Pakistan Forestry Department is trying to introduce alien species such as Pinus halipensis instead.”
“For purposes of convenience in description I shall group all of the conifers together under the head of pines in this paper, although in botany the word "Pinus" is confined to generic nomenclature.”
“For the past decade and a half I've been making an annual pilgrimage to my favorite trees on the planet -- the Great Basin bristlecone pines (Pinus longaeva) of California's White Mountains.”
“By 1900 it was the most common street tree in Rome, constituting 35% of the urban forest; the storied Pinus pinea made up only 1%.”
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