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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Miscellaneous nursery experiments with Pinus caribaea and Pinus oocarpa in Gede nursery, Kenya.

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It is only moderately durable. La Esperanza, Honduras Crop Year: Pinus oocarpa Conservation status.

More info on http: Picea abies North America Common Name: Hippophae rhamnoides Common Pinua Biology, Pathology, and Systematics. Pulp, paper and timber properties of plantation-grown tropical pines, Cone collected from the tree shown above [C.

Distribution Table Top of page The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available. Retrieved from ” https: Abies fraseri NC, Roan Mt. Pakistan Journal of Forestry 52 1: Bark on the tree shown above [C. The wood is furthermore used as pulpwood, fuelwood and for the production of charcoal.


Pinus oocarpa

More information about modern web browsers can be found at http: Tropical Forestry Papers, No. The pulps had relatively low tearing strength; they were considered suitable for general purposes, but not pnus products where tearing strength is a critical factor, such as packing papers. Betula papyrifera clean seed. Prunus americana Common Name: Dallimore W; Jackson AB, Gleditsia triacanthos Inermis Common Name: Capsicum annuum Early Jalapeno Common Name: Cornus florida Northern Common Name: In Zambia damage by Armillaria mellea has been recorded.

There are 20 citations in Afrirefs related to Pinus oocarpa Schiede ex Schltdl. This species is native to Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and NW Nicaragua, forming pure stands or mixed with other oodarpa in open, fire-prone pine-oak woodlands, growing at elevations of 4, to 6, feet 1, — 2, m above sea level.

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Cercidiphyllum japonicum Common Name: Nepeta cataria Common Name: The cone scales are small and thick and rounded with a very deciduous prickle. A nursery experiment with shading and potting soils.


Pinus oocarpa Schiede ex Schltdl.

Conifer Species: Pinus oocarpa | American Conifer Society

Pinus oocarpa — a partially opened seed cones. Cones taper off to the apex in general and are mostly symmetrical, pins oblique and reflexed on cm long strong penduncles.

Seed production is often poor near the equator. Chemical composition of the essential oils of exudates from Pinus oocarpa Schiede.

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Pseudolarix amabilis Common Name: East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal, 45 4: Pinus oocarpa Distribution of Pinus oocarpa Pinus oocarpa Pinus oocarpa x – 27k – jpg fm1. See also Thompson et al.

Leaves needles are bundles of 5 sometimes 3 or 4each measures 6. Other closely-related species include P. Soil Tolerances Top of page Soil drainage free Soil reaction acid neutral Soil texture heavy light medium Special soil tolerances infertile shallow.