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Pinus merkusii

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Fast growing timber trees of the lowland tropics no.4
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Pinus merkusii is one of the few truly tropical pines in the world and is unique in that its natural distribution just crosses the equator into the southern hemisphere. This pine is extensively distributed in southeast Asia occurring in the Indian Northeast Frontier Agency (and possibly Tibet), Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Sumatra and the Philippine Islands of Luzon and Mindoro. It has a large altitudinal range from a few feet above sea level to over 1, 800 metres, is found ...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Commonwealth Foresty Institute, Department of Forestry
Publisher:
Commenwealth Forestry Institute, University of Oxford
Publication date:
1968
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uuid:299df1a0-cecd-4c2d-ae1f-cb46be6a29e5
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ftry:10132
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English
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