|35. Red Pine|
Traditionally found in forestry plantationsthroughout eastern Canada. Distinguished from other native pines by thecolourful, red bark and by its long needles in bunches of two. Consideredas a desirable structural timber, it is generally used for poles and railway-ties.
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