bristlecone pine


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small slow-growing upland pine of western United States (Rocky Mountains) having dense branches with fissured rust-brown bark and short needles in bunches of 5 and thorn-tipped cone scales

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Bristlecone pines are the oldest known living things on earth.
We did a lot of hiking and found a couple of sites of bristlecone pines, and one in particular that we honed in on," said Routson.
It is best viewed from across the Owens Valley at the top of the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, home to Methuselah, considered to be the oldest tree in the world at the robust age of 4,842.
Ecologist Adelia Barber, for example, scouts the rugged and largely inaccessible terrain of California's White Mountains seeking the long-lived bristlecone pine.
Living Long Bristlecone pine (Pinus longaeva) is more than 4,800 years old, predating virtually all recorded history.
4,725 years - Bristlecone pine named the Methusela tree, 6, 10.
The oldest trees are the bristlecone pine (Pinus longaeva) found in the White Mountains of California at above 3000 m elevation.
Channel catfish 40 Asian elephant 80 Human 122 Box turtle 138 Galapagos tortoise 188 Bowhead whale 211 Quahog clam 220 Red oak 326 Giant sequoia 3,200 Bristlecone pine 4,700 Creosote bush 11,700
Prometheus," a 4,900-year-old bristlecone pine tree, was cut up and sectioned for scientific research in 1964.
The peaks of the American West hold the Bristlecone Pine, some of the world's oldest trees, and THE BRISTLECONE BOOK celebrates their natural history using a most accessible format and presentation perfect for any natural history collection focusing on botany.
There is a moment in which the camera traces the edges of a bristlecone pine, a high-altitude tree in the North American Rockies.
Bryce Canyon in Utah was equally striking because of the twisted and gnarled trunks of the 1,000-year-old Bristlecone pine trees and the blood red trunks of ponderosa pine in stark contrast with the pale pink of the rock.
According to dendrochronology, the bristlecone pine, found in the White Mountains of the California High Sierras, is the oldest life form on Earth.
Englemann spruce, Douglas fir and bristlecone pine provide dense forests.
Apparently it's the Pinus longaeva, better known as the bristlecone pine of Nevada.