Encyclopedia of Stanford Trees, Shrubs, and Vines

Pinus bungeana. LACEBARK PINE. China
PINACEAE (Pine family)

See half a dozen in the pinetum on Serra Mall at Landau Economics with P. muricata and P. canariensis. There are three stiff, pungent, dark green needles up to 4 inches long with a turpentine odor when crushed, and 3-inch-long cones.

A simple key to campus pines.

Other campus pines: Pinus brutia eldarica | Pinus bungeana | Pinus canariensis | Pinus contorta | Pinus coulteri | Pinus densiflora | Pinus edulis | Pinus halepensis | Pinus jeffreyi | Pinus maximartinezii | Pinus mugo | Pinus muricata | Pinus nigra | Pinus patula | Pinus pinea | Pinus ponderosa | Pinus radiata | Pinus roxburghii | Pinus sabiniana | Pinus sylvestris | Pinus thunbergiana | Pinus torreyana | Pinus wallichiana

Illustrations (links open new windows): habit |

Additions/Revisions:

Name derivation, genus | species The Latin name | after Alexander von Bunge (1803-1890), Russian botanist who collected the type specimen

Related material: Pine Notes

Botanical name index | Common name index | Family
Trees.Stanford.edu home