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noun as in fir

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She noted where and when conifer forests began to return, where they didn’t, and where opportunistic invasive species like cheatgrass took over the landscape.

With her gentle snuffling, the pig helps the man locate truffles as the sun streams through the cathedral of conifers around them.

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Even in systems where fire suppression is responsible for fuel buildup, such as mixed conifer stands in the Rockies and Sierra Nevada, fuel treatments can’t always affect the course of a fire.

The regional average for mixed conifer forests in the inland region is much lower than the average for similar forests in the coastal region.

After the fireball, the ferns and conifers largely vanished.

Cheryl Brown, former CEO of the Conifer Council in Texas/Arkansas also saw the storm coming.

Thus they encamped near the conifer, and called the place Toha-a-muk-is after the spruce they were afraid to touch.

It suffices to name the families of the Conifer and the Amentace, which compose the greater portion of the Flora of our forests.

The family of Conifer exhibit themselves in Australia, like every other group of plants, under strange and novel forms.

The Australian species are comprised in a small number of families, notably in those of the Conifer and Myrtace.

Its cones are the largest produced by any conifer, occasionally reaching the length of nearly two feet.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to conifer, such as: cedar, pine, douglas, wood, and alpine.

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