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The Cone-bearing Trees of Yosemite (1939) by James E. Cole


SUMMARY OF RANGES OF YOSEMITE CONIFERS BY STATES

Many park visitors may wish to know if any Yosemite conifers are native to their states. The following listing covers the known range of each species in the United States.

ARIZONA
Western Yellow Pine
Single-leaf Pine
White Fir
Douglas Fir
Western Juniper

COLORADO
Western Yellow Pine
Lodgepole Pine
White Fir
Douglas Fir

IDAHO
Western Yellow Pine
Lodgepole Pine
Single-leaf Pine
Western White Pine
White-bark Pine
White Fir
Douglas Fir
Mountain Hemlock
Western Juniper

MONTANA
Western Yellow Pine
Lodgepole Pine
Western White Pine
White-bark Pine
White Fir
Douglas Fir
Mountain Hemlock
Western Juniper

NEVADA
Western Yellow Pine
Jeffrey Pine
Lodgepole Pine
Single-leaf Pine
Sugar Pine
Western White Pine
White-bark Pine
White Fir
Douglas Fir
Mountain Hemlock
Incense Cedar
Western Juniper

NEBRASKA
Western Yellow Pine

NEW MEXICO
Western Yellow Pine
White Fir
Douglas Fir
Western Juniper

NORTH DAKOTA
Western Yellow Pine

OREGON
Knobcone Pine
Western Yellow Pine
Jeffrey Pine
Lodgepole Pine
Sugar Pine
Western White Pine
White-bark Pine
White Fir
Red Fir
Douglas Fir
Mountain Hemlock
Incense Cedar
Western Juniper

SOUTH DAKOTA
Western Yellow Pine
Lodgepole Pine
Douglas Fir

TEXAS
Western Yellow Pine
Douglas Fir

UTAH
Western Yellow Pine
Lodge pole Pine
Single-leaf Pine
White-bark Pine
White Fir
Douglas Fir
Western Juniper

WASHINGTON
Western Yellow Pine
Lodgepole Pine
Western White Pine
White-bark Pine
White Fir
Douglas Fir
Mountain Hemlock
Western Juniper

WYOMING
Western Yellow Pine
Lodgepole Pine
White-bark Pine
White Fir
Douglas Fir

 

Department of the Interior
Harold L. Ickes, Secretary
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National Park Service
Arno B Cammerer, Director

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This publication has been prepared by the Naturalist Department of Yosemite National Park and printed through the cooperation of the Yosemite Natural History Association. Its purpose is to disseminate information regarding the natural history and scientific features of the park region.

Membership in the Yosemite Natural History Association is open to all. Membership is $1.00 per year, which includes all monthly and special issues of Yosemite Nature Notes. Address communications regarding membership to the Yosemite Natural History Association, Yosemite National Park, California.

LAWRENCE C. MERRIAM,
Superintendent.



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