Plants of Southern California:
Pinus jeffreyi and P. ponderosa bark chip colors

Fig. 1. The inside of bark chips from P. ponderosa (left; color yellow-brown) and P. jeffreyi (right; color red-brown). Click on the picture for a larger version.


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Introduction
Photographs


Introduction

Photographs of Inside Surface of Bark Chip

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P. jeffreyi

 

P. ponderosa


SnJt 7 Pines Trail, Tree #1

SnJt 7 Pines Trail, Tree #1
 
SnJt Stone Creek Trail, Tree #1

SnJt Stone Creek Trail, Tree #1

SnJt 7 Pines Trail, Tree #2, Tree #2

SnJt Stone Creek Trail
 
SnJt Stone Creek Trail, Tree #1

SnJt Stone Creek Trail, Tree #2

SnGb head of Lone Pine Canyon
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SnJt Stone Creek Trail, Tree #2

SnJt Stone Creek Trail, Tree #2

SnJt 7 Pines Trail, tree with Ponderosa size cones at 8100 feet elevation surrounded by Jeffreys

SnJt 7 Pines Trail, tree with Ponderosa size cones at 8100 feet elevation surrounded by Jeffreys

SnGb Big Horn Mine Trail, Tree #1
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SnGb Big Horn Mine Trail, Tree #2

SnGb Big Horn Mine Trail, Tree #2


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