Definition of Pinus pungens
1. Noun. A small two-needled upland pine of the eastern United States (Appalachians) having dark brown flaking bark and thorn-tipped cone scales.
Generic synonyms: Pine, Pine Tree, True Pine
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Literary usage of Pinus pungens
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1. An Illustrated Flora of the Northern United States, Canada and the British by Nathaniel Lord Britton, Addison Brown (1913)
"pinus pungens Lambert : Michx. f. Hist. Arb. Am. 1: 61. pi. 5. 1810. A tree with a maximum height of about 60° and trunk diameter of 3$°, the branches ..."
2. Glimpses of the Cosmos by Lester Frank Ward (1913)
"pinus pungens in the District of Columbia History.—Written July 25, 1877. The discovery was made July 226.. I afterwards found a single specimen in the ..."
3. A Description of the Genus Pinus: With Directions Relative to the by Aylmer Bourke Lambert (1832)
"pinus pungens. Mich. Arb. 1. p. 61. t. 5. Pursh FI. Amer. Sept. 2. p. 643. Habitat in Carolina montibus ..."
4. Pamphlets on Forest Protection (1915)
"In 1914 the senior writer found pinus pungens, P. rigida, and P. virginiana closely associated in a mixed ... In this instance pinus pungens was attacked by ..."