Definition of Pinus thunbergii
1. Noun. Large Japanese ornamental having long needles in bunches of 2; widely planted in United States because of its resistance to salt and smog.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pinus Thunbergii
Literary usage of Pinus thunbergii
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1. Forest Flora of Japan: Notes on the Forest Flora of Japan by Charles Sprague Sargent (1894)
"Of the two species the Black Pine, pinus thunbergii, appears to be the most commonly ... pinus thunbergii is one of the most picturesque of Pines, ..."
2. Journal of the New York Entomological Society by New York Entomological Society (1903)
"(Can. Ent., Vol. XXX, p. 223.) Ceroplastes rubens minor Mask. On Pinus sinensis and on pinus thunbergii, China. (Maskell, Trans. NZ Inst., Vol. XXIX, p. ..."
3. A Description of the Genus Pinus: With Directions Relative to the ...by Aylmer Bourke Lambert by Aylmer Bourke Lambert (1832)
"... with which Thunberg has confounded them, as I had at first suspected. For the former I would suggest the name of pinus thunbergii ; and for the latter, ..."