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Pinus koraiensis

Pinus koraiensis

Pinus koraiensis

Pinus koraiensis

Pinus koraiensis

Pinus koraiensis

Pinus koraiensis

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The Korean pine (Pinus koraiensis) belongs to Pinaceae (the Pine family). It is a tall evergreen tree that is distributed to Chubu district of Honshu and Shikoku in Japan, the Korean Peninsula and northeastern China. This tree grows in subalpine zone and can reach about 20 m in height. The barks are grayish-white and irregularly-furrowed. The leaves are linear and five per bundle. It is dioecious and the flowers bloom in June. The fruits are ovate strobiles 9-15 cm long and used for food. 
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