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HomeWood ArticlesAbout the ProjectContact Subalpine Fir Subalpine Fir (Abies lasiocarpa) Common Name(s): Subalpine Fir Scientific Name: Abies lasiocarpa Distribution: Mountainous regions of eastern North America Tree Size: 65-100 ft (20-30 m) tall, 2-3 ft (.6-1 m) trunk diameter Average Dried Weight: 33 lbs/ft3 (530 k
Drawing of the largest known subalpine fir, at Cream Lake, WA [Robert Van Pelt] (Van Pelt 1996). Mature tree about 50 cm dbh and 25 m tall, Entiat River valley, Washington [C.J. Earle, 2004.07.02]. Foliage, Mount Rainier, Washington. Current growth is much more glaucous than older foliage [C.J. Earle, 2002.09.07]. Fer
Subalpine Fir - Abies lasiocarpa - PNW Plants Washington State University   WSU Clark County Extension PNW Plants Searchable, categorized images HomeFind a plant Advanced SearchCommon NamesLatin Names Photos TreesDeciduous ShrubsEvergreen ShrubsGroundcoversHerbaceous PerennialsFernsOrnamental grassesBulbs Corms T
subalpine fir Pinaceae Abies lasiocarpa (Hook.) Nutt. symbol: ABLA Leaf: Flattened needles, usually about 1 inch long, thickened in the middle, bluish white bloom on all surfaces; tips mostly rounded, but may be notched (or pointed near top of tree); spirally arranged but uniformly upswept; commonly have a manicured a
Abies lasiocarpa (Hook Abies lasiocarpa (Hook.) Nutt. Subalpine Fir Pinaceae -- Pine family Robert R. Alexander, Raymond C. Shearer, and Wayne D. Shepperd Subalpine fir, the smallest of eight species of true fir indigenous to the western United States, is distinguished by the long, narrow conical crown terminating in
  All B.C. Government Ministry Only   Main Index  Help  Contact Us Text Size B.C. Home Ministry Home Tree Book Tree Index Biogeoclimatic Zones   B.C. Home Ministry Home Tree Book Subalpine fir Subalpine fir Abies lasiocarpa A medium-sized tree usually 20 to 35 metres tall; occasional
Abies lasiocarpa, commonly called the subalpine fir or Rocky Mountain fir, is a western North America n fir tree. Abies lasiocarpa is native to the mountain s of Yukon , British Columbia and western Alberta in Western Canada and to southeastern Alaska , Washington , Oregon , Idaho , western Montana , Wyoming , Utah , C

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