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Pinus luchuensis

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Kingdom  Plantae
Class  Pinopsida
Family  Pinaceae
Scientific name  Pinus luchuensis
Division  Pinophyta
Order  Pinales
Genus  Pinus
Rank  Species
Pinus luchuensis Pinus luchuensis in KMNP Kinmen National Park Digital Archives
Similar  Pinus taiwanensis, Pinus amamiana, Pinus fenzeliana, Pinus morrisonicola, Pinus lumholtzii

Pinus luchuensis, commonly called Luchu pine or Okinawa pine, is a species of conifer in the Pinaceae family endemic to, and locally abundant in the Ryukyu Islands of Japan. It was once threatened by habitat loss in the wild, where it can be found growing in small stands near windy ocean shores. Having been harvested widely since the Second World War, the remaining stands are no longer commercially viable, except when cultivated for ornamental use.

Pinus luchuensis Pinus luchuensis in KMNP Kinmen National Park Digital Archives
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References

Pinus luchuensis Wikipedia


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