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Pinus dalatensis (Dalat pine)

Synonyms: Pinus wallichiana var. dalatensis
Language: Vie

Wikipedia Abstract

Pinus dalatensis, also known as Vietnamese white pine or Dalat pine, is a species of pine endemic to Indochina. In Vietnam it grows in the mountains of the central and south-central parts of the country at elevations of 1,400 to 2,300 metres (4,600 to 7,500 ft). Only recently confirmed from Laos, the population located within the Nakai-Nam Theun Biodiversity Conservation Area is the largest, at the lowest elevation, and the northernmost of the known populations of P. dalatensis.
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Vietnam, prov. Binh Tri Thiên, Dac Lac, Gia Lai-Công Tum, Lâm Dông TDWG: 41 VIE; Vietnam: Binh Tri Thiên, Dac Lac, Gia Lai-Công Tum, Lâm Dông; Laos: Nakai Nam Theun NPA.. TDWG: 41 LAO VIE;



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