1 Red spruce tree in the scene.
Picea rubens, commonly known as red spruce, is a species of spruce native to eastern North America, ranging from eastern Quebec and Nova Scotia to western North Carolina. It is a medium-sized evergreen conifer. This tree is the conifer species most typical of the Adirondack region as a whole. Early records suggest that the Red Spruce constituted a quarter of the forest cover in the northern Adirondacks at one time. Red Spruce trees have four-sided, short, yellowish green needles on woody pegs. Most of the soils on which Red Spruce occurs are developed from glacial deposits. This species is very high on the scale of shade tolerance.
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Red spruce1: 12 m
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