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Least Concern (LC)

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Pinaceae -- Pine family

    R. 0. Meeuwig, J. D. Budy, and R. L. Everett

    Singleleaf pinyon (Pinus monophylla), also called pinyon, nut  pine, one-leaf pine, and piñon (Spanish), is a slow-growing, low,  spreading tree that grows on dry, low mountain slopes of the Great Basin.  One large tree near Reno, NV, is about 112 cm (44.2 in) in d.b.h., 16.2 m  (53 ft) tall, and has a crown spread of about 20 m (66 ft). Principal uses  of the tree include fuel, fenceposts, Christmas trees, and edible seeds.

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R. 0. Meeuwig

Source: Silvics of North America

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