Last modified; 14 July Datasheet Type(s); Invasive Species; Host Plant. Preferred Scientific Name; Pinus oocarpa. Preferred Common Name; ocote pine. Common Name: Oocarpa Pine. Pinus oocarpa. Trees in El Salvador Photograph by: Perkin_JPG Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike The natural distribution of Pinus oocarpa is in Central America, from Mexico to Nicaragua. It has been introduced into tropical and subtropical regions in Africa.

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Pinus oocarpa (pino de colorado) description – The Gymnosperm Database

Oocarpz are 15 news article citations related to Pinus oocarpa Schiede ex Schltdl. They are very woody, irregularly rectangular in shape; the exposed face is roughly diamond-shaped to six-sided, fairly flat to strongly conically protruding, and tipped by a modest umbo usually bearing a tiny fragile prickle. Laburnum anagyroides Common Name: Pinus oocarpa Pinus Oocarpa – National Tree x – 24k – jpg baliada.

Distribution data from USGS Effect of mycorrhizal fungi on the growth and yield of Pinus oocarpa and Pinus caribpa var. Pinus oocarpafirst described in oocapa Christian Julius Wilhelm Schiede β€” ex Diederich Franz Leonhard von Schlechtendal β€”is commonly known as Mexican yellow pine; as well as, Pino de colorado, pino de ocote, pino prieto, or pino amarillo in the Spanish language.


Franklinia pinhs Common Name: Papaver somniferum Common Name: Eucalyptus deglupta Common Name: Pinus is a large genus comprising over species, almost all restricted to the northern hemisphere.

A guide to species selection for tropical and sub-tropical plantations. Common names include ocote chino[3] pino amarillopino pinuzMexican yellow pineegg-cone pine and hazelnut pine.

Gymnocladus dioicus Common Name: A bibliography on Pinus oocarpa covering the literature from to Pinus oocarpa Distribution of Pinus oocarpa Foliar buds are 0. Oleoresin, obtained from the bark, and firewood are the main products in Central America. The pulps had relatively low tearing strength; they were considered suitable for general purposes, but not for products where tearing strength is a critical factor, such as packing papers.

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Leave a Comment Cancel Comment You must be logged in to post a comment. Bark is dark grayish brown in color, thick and rough with irregular scaly ridges, broken up into elongate plates by shallow furrows. Encyclopaedia of woody plants: It appears that it was the progenitor original species that served as the ancestor for some of the other pines of Mexico.


Seedling about 5 cm tall near the tree shown above [C. Direct sowing is only occasionally done.

Pinus oocarpa (ocote pine)

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Preferred Common Name ocote pine Variety Pinus oocarpa var. There are 20 citations in Afrirefs related to Pinus oocarpa Schiede ex Schltdl. This page was last edited on 16 Augustat