Trans. Linn. Soc. London, Bot. 16: 749 (1833) APNI
Tree to 20 m tall, often forked. Bark dark brown, deeply furrowed. Winter buds c. 10 mm long, resinous; scales fringed. Leaves in clusters of 3, 20–35 cm long, grey-green. Female cones solitary, stalked, pendulous, dull brown, resinous, ovoid, 15–25 cm long, persistent; exposed portion of scale with prominent, long upcurved claw. Seed with a well-developed wing.
*Gold. Native to California, USA. Grown as an ornamental tree in Victoria, where some plants have apparently escaped from the Castlemaine Botanic Gardens.
|Bioregion||Occurrence status||Establishment means|
|New South Wales|