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Multicentennial Canary Island pine on the island of El Herrio. Canary Island pine (Pinus canariensis) is a magnificent endemic species of the archipelago, very resistant to fire and colonizing bare volcanic soils. Its very thick bark allows it to fully regenerate in a few years after a fire.

© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / Biosphoto

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Image size: 5504x8256 pixels (18.3"x27.5" @300dpi)

Shooting date : 2019-11-27

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Organism / Morphology / Morphology (botany) / Trunk (botany)

Species / IUCN Red List of Threatened Species / Low Risk (IUCN) LR / Least Concern (IUCN) LC

Europe / European Union / Spain / Canary Islands archipelago / El Hierro (island)

Individual / Nobody

World sea and ocean / Atlantic Ocean / North Atlantic Ocean / Macaronesia

Organism / Morphology / Morphology (botany) / Woody plant / Tree / Remarkable tree

November

Atmosphere / Meteorological phenomenon / Sky / blue sky

Flora / Spermatophyte / Gymnosperm / Conifer / Pinaceae family / Pine (Pinus sp) / Canary island pine (Pinus canariensis)

Shot / Low angle shot

Individual / Stage of development / Aged

Species / Species particularity / Endemic

Environment / Biodiversity management / Environment management / Environment protection / Biosphere reserve

Organism / Morphology / Morphology (botany) / Woody plant / Tree

Organism / Morphology / Morphology (botany) / Trunk (botany) / Bark

Europe / European Union / Spain / Canary Islands archipelago

Shot / Overview

Area / Forest / Conifer forest / Pine grove

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Eukaryota / Archaeplastida / Chlorobionta / Embryophyta / Tracheophyta / Spermatophyta / Phanerogamae / Angiospermae / Coniferopsida / Coniferophyta / Coniferales / Pinales / Pinaceae / Pinus

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