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Pinus parviflora

Pinus parviflora

Pinus parviflora

Pinus parviflora

Pinus parviflora

Pinus parviflora

Pinus parviflora

Pinus parviflora

Pinus parviflora

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Japanese white pine (Pinus parviflora) belongs to the Pinaceae (the Pine family). It is a tall evergreen tree that is distributed from southern Hokkaido to Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu. This tree grows in montain ridges or crumbling slopes and can reach 20-30 m in height. The barks are dark gray and furrowed into scaly ridges when aging. The leaves are soft, linear and five per bundle. This tree is cutivated as a garden tree or bonsai, and the timbers are used for architectures, furnitures, nstruments and so on. 
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp