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#5853120 - 07/29/15 07:29 AM Tree kind?
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Registered: 07/02/06
Posts: 175
Loc: Tyler,Tx
Knowing there are many learned folks here I ask; what kind of tree is this? Bows and applause to whomever comes closest to telling me where I encountered it:

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#5853140 - 07/29/15 07:45 AM Re: Tree kind? [Re: Fishbox]
stxranchman Offline
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Looks like a pine and in West Texas if it is in Texas.
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#5853193 - 07/29/15 08:24 AM Re: Tree kind? [Re: Fishbox]
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Registered: 01/25/10
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Loc: Mckinney, TX
Pinion .. maybe in AZ, possibly the Grand Canyon?
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#5853310 - 07/29/15 09:35 AM Re: Tree kind? [Re: Fishbox]
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Registered: 12/23/12
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I agree it looks like a pinion pine, and my guess is SW Texas near Kickapoo Caverns or out further in the Big Bend.

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#5855415 - 07/30/15 11:41 AM Re: Tree kind? [Re: Fishbox]
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Pinion pine for sure...Big Ag has a good guess as to where. We have those on our land near Leakey and at our place near Camp Wood.
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#5855735 - 07/30/15 03:02 PM Re: Tree kind? [Re: Fishbox]
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Registered: 07/02/06
Posts: 175
Loc: Tyler,Tx
Thanks for the replies. I agree it is probably a Pinion Pine. I just had not before seen that type pine having spent most of my life in the South. Picture was taken in the Bighorn Mountains between Lovell and Sheridan Wyoming.

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