Needles 2-5 in bundles, evergreen
(3- and 5-leaved pines on this plate, 2-Ieaved pines on next plate)
Uplands; Newfoundland, centr Ontario and sw, Manitoba to e. Maryland, w. X, Carolina, n. Georgia, e> Tennessee, and ne, Iowa,
4 PITCH PINE, Pittus rigida p. 17
Sterile soils; Maine, se. Ontario and e. Ohio south to w,
S, Carolina, and in nits, to nw. Georgia and e, Tennessee*
I SWAMP PINE, Pinus serotina p. 17
Coastal Plain swamps and woods; s. New Jersey to Florida and Alabama. Uncommon in our portion of ratine,
| LOBLOLLY PINE, Pinus taeda p, 18
Coastal Plain and Piedmont Plateau; s. New Jersey to Florida, west to e. Texas and north in Mississippi Valley to swt fen* nessee, Arkansas, and e« Oklahoma.
♦ LONGLEAF PINE, Pinus australis p. 18
Sandy soils; Coastal Plain from se. Virginia to Florida and west to e. Texas.
Needles 2"-4", slender. Cones 3"-10"( thornless.
PITCH PINE Needles 2"-5", stout.
Cones J "-3", with stout thorns.
SWAMP PINE Needles 5"-ll", stout. Cones 2"-2'/j", with weak prickles
Needles 5"-10", slender. Cones 2Vi"-5", with stout thorns.
LONGLEAF PINE Needles 8"-18", slender. Cones 6"-10", with weak prickles.
'Some specimen* of Loblolly may bear both 2- and 3-needle clusters.
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