Black spruce is a wide-ranging and abundant tree. It is distributed
transcontinentally across northern North America. It grows from
Newfoundland and northern Quebec, west across northern Canada to the
west coast of Alaska, south to central British Columbia, south and east
to central Minnesota, and east to Rhode Island and Massachusetts .
Black spruce occurs in isolated patches along the southern portion of
its range in southern Wisconsin, southern Michigan, Pennsylvania, and
New Jersey .
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