Definition of Pinus contorta murrayana
1. Noun. Tall subspecies of lodgepole pine.
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Literary usage of Pinus contorta murrayana
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1. Forestry Quarterly by New York State College of Forestry (1908)
"The Balsam Fir is supplanted by Abies lasiocarpa and the Banksian Pine by Pinus contorta murrayana. These latter also mingle in a narrow limited area ..."
2. Catalogue of Canadian Plants by John Macoun, Geological Survey of Canada, Nils Conrad Kindberg (1883)
"On Pinus contorta (Murrayana) in the Rocky Mountains, and thence eastward to Lat. 57°. (Drun<mond & Douglas.) Parasitic on Pinus Murrayana, Elk River, ..."
3. Bulletin by Experimental Farms Service, Canada Experimental Farms Service, Ottawa Central Experimental Farm, Canada Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa, Canada (1901)
"The following have been tried and found too tender to endure the North-west climate : — Pinus Laricio nigricans. Austrian Pine. pinus contorta murrayana. ..."
4. Trees and Shrubs Tested in Manitoba and the North-West Territories by William Saunders (1904)
"The following have been tried and found too tender to endure the North-west climate :— Pinus Laricio nigricans. Austrian Pine. pinus contorta murrayana. ..."