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Hi Sesame - your "Pinus rigida Pitch Pine" is actually Pinus taeda (Loblolly Pine; note the long, slender cones and long needles), and your "Pinus virginiana virginia pine" and "Pinus pungens Table mountain pine" are both Pinus sylvestris (Scots Pine; note the glaucous foliage, with uninodal branch whorls). I'll rename the files. Hope this helps! - MPF (talk) 22:54, 19 July 2013 (UTC)
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I just found some interesting pictures on your pages.
Probably you don't know what is Photo-phylles. It's both an international competition and a pedagogical exhibition organized by the Botanical Garden of Bordeaux, France, and the Association of botanists OÏKOS. The selected photos are shown for more than 4 months in various places and receive each year more than 5,000 visitors, for a half young people coming with their schoolmasters or teachers.
I suggest you have a look to this website http://www.jjmilan.sitew.fr/#accueil.A
We would be honoured if you accept to participate! It's completely free.