Arbor. Frutic. Brit. 4: 2292 (1838) APNI
Tree to 20 m tall. Bark dark brown, scaly. Winter buds to 12 mm long, resinous; scales closely appressed. Leaves in clusters of 2, 3–7 cm long, twisted, glossy, dark green. Female cones solitary, sessile, erect, pale brown, asymmetrically ovoid-conical, 2–6 cm long, usually shed in first year; exposed portion of scale rounded with slender dorsal spine. Seed with a well-developed wing.
*OtR, *VAlp. Also naturalised NSW. Native to north-western North America.
This pine sometimes escapes from nearby plantations in Victoria.
|Bioregion||Occurrence status||Establishment means|
|New South Wales|