IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Habitat and Ecology

Habitat and Ecology
This species occurs in foothills and highlands as well as in 'pine barrens' along the coast. Its altitudinal range is from 100-900(-1,200) m a.s.l. Pinus cubensis forms mostly pure but open stands or is invasive in disturbed sites on serpentine or serpentine-derived, often ferruginous soils ("Nipe latosol" or "Nipe clay"), or on alluvial sediment near the coast. In the highlands there is abundant rainfall (1,800 mm or more annually), but a dry winter season is a typical aspect of the tropical to subtropical climate. Phenology: time of pollen dispersal is not recorded.

  • Terrestrial


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