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Pinus bhutanica (Bhutan pine; Bhutan white pine)

Synonyms: Pinus bhutanica var. ludlowii; Pinus wallichiana subsp. bhutanica
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Wikipedia Abstract

Pinus bhutanica, which may be called the Bhutan white pine, is a tree restricted to Bhutan and adjacent parts of northeast India (Arunachal Pradesh) and southwest China (Yunnan and Tibet). Along with the related Pinus wallichiana it is a constituent of lower altitude blue pine forests. This pine reaches a height of 25 meters. Note that P. wallichiana is sometimes called by the common name 'Bhutan pine'.The needles are in bundles of five, up to 25 cm long.
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Bhutan; NE India: Arunachal Pradesh (Kameng district); SW China: NW Yunnan, SE Xizang [Tibet]. TDWG: 36 CHC-YN CHT 40 EHM-AP EHM-BH; Bhutan; NE. India: Arunachal Pradesh (Kameng district); SW. China: SE Xizang Zizhiqu [Tibet] TDWG: 36 CHT 40 EHM-AP EHM-BH;



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