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subalpine fir abies lasiocarpa seeds
Abies lasiocarpa (Hook.) Nutt., Subalpine Fir
Small light brown seeds of Subalpine Fir
Photo citation:
Steve Hurst @ USDA NRCS PLANTS Database
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Subalpine Fir, Abies lasiocarpa, is a
dominant species on lower mountain
slopes in some areas, establishing pure
evergreen stands.
Mt. Rainier National Park
Pierce Co., Washington
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Subalpine Firs have a spire like shape
and may reach up to 90 feet tall.  They
are also a long lived species, and can
survive down to -51°F (-46°C).
October, Mt. Rainier National Park
Pierce Co., Washington
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