Last modification 20 November 2019 Datasheet Type(s) Invasive SpeciesHost tree desired Scientific name Pinus halepensis Preferred usual Name Aleppo jaw Taxonomic TreeDomain: Eukaryota Kingdom: Plantae Phylum: Spermatophyta Subphylum: Gymnospermae Class: Pinopsida an introduction of Invasiveness P. Halepensis is a an extremely drought resistant tree and also a prolific producer that serotinous, wind-dispersed seed that retain your viability over long time periods. Disturbance events associated with fire have supported the growth of this types in coun...
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|Tree||P. Halepensis conquered vegetation in Montpellier, France.||D.M. Richardson|
|Canopy structure||Canopy structure, leaves and cones the P. Halepensis (Montpellier, France). Needles space pale green (usually 6-12 centimeter long and |
|Seedlings||Seedlings the Pinus halepensis. Community Nursery, Uppington, north Cape Province, south Africa.||D.M. Richardson|
|Seedlings||Seedlings the P. Halepensis. Neighborhood Nursery, Uppington, northern Cape Province, south Africa.||D.M. Richardson|
|Bark||Bark and also trunk of Aleppo pine, planted together an ornamental tree (University the California, Los Angeles, USA). The bark is greyish and smooth initially, yet finally fissured and also exposing the reddish-brown or orange inner bark.||D.M. Richardson|
|Cones||Cones the Aleppo pine, partially open and closed (5-12 cm long). Kango Valley, west Cape Province, southern Africa.||D.M. Richardson|
|Open cone||Open cone of P. Halepensis, cultivation near Montpelier, France. Cones room moderately to extremely serotinous, conical (5-12 cm long), turned downwards, grey to reddish-brown, generally opening ~ 3-4 years.||D.M. Richardson|
|Vegetation conquered by P. Halepensis||Aleppo pine-dominated vegetation, close to Montpelier, France.|
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|Invasive growth||P. Halepensis invading renosterveld ~ above shale-derived soils in the Kango Valley, in the much eastern part of the western Cape Province, southern Africa. P. Halepensis has spread from sites the planting in countless parts the the southern hemisphere, and in Australia, new Zealand and also South Africa, Aleppo pine is a serious environmental weed.||D.M. Richardson|
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