Flora of New York/Ginkgoales, Pinales

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Flora of New York: Pinales
Nymphaeales …Piperales
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Order Ginkgoales[edit]

The order Ginkgoales ...

Family Ginkgoaceae[edit]

The Ginkgoaceae (ginkgo family)...[f 1]

Ginkgoaceae
Ginkgo Maidenhair tree N.Y. Status Images Distribution 1
 L.

1771. Ginkgo biloba  L.
1797. Salisburia adiantifolia  Sm.
1824. Salisburia biloba  Hoffmanns.
Maidenhair tree,
Ginkgo,
Noyer du Japon
Introduced from
 Asia,
Rare escape
20131111Ginkgo Hockenheim2.jpg
Ginkgo biloba nymap.svg
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Order Pinales[edit]

The order Pinales contains the conifers, or cone-bearing seed plants. In New York, this includes the three families Pinaceae (pine, fir, spruce, and larch), Cupressaceae (cypress, juniper, and arborviteae), and Taxaceae (yew).

Most of the Pinales are "evergreen," maintaining most of their foliage and its green color through the winter. The exception is the genus Larix (larch) in the Pinaceae. Larix trees are deciduous and lose their needle-like leaves in the winter. Most Pinales also have "needle-like" leaves, often referred to simply as needles. Though many are very flat needles, such as the yews, spruces, and firs. And most of the Cupressaceae leaves could be described as more "scale-like".

Family Pinaceae[edit]

The Pinaceae (pine family)...[f 2]

Subfamily Pinoideae[edit]

Genus Pinus[edit]

Pinus, subg. Strobus[edit]

Subgenus Strobus contains the soft pines, only one of which is found in New York.

Strobus, sect. Quinquefoliae[edit]

The only member of the Quinquefoliae (white-pines) found outside of cultivation in New York is Pinus strobus (eastern white pine). The members of this section normally have their needle-like leaves grouped in bundles (fascicles) of five, though some may occasionally be found in bundles of three or four.

The oldest living eastern white pine on record dates to the mid 16th century, and was found in Nelson Swamp, Madison County, in 1997.[1][2]

Pinaceae – subfam. Pinoideae – genus Pinus – subg. Strobus – sect. Quinquefoliae
Strobus sect. Quinquefoliae White pine N.Y. Status Images Distribution 9
 L. (1753)

 (=) Pinus chiapensis 
 (=) Strobus strobus 
Eastern white pine,
Northern white pine,
Weymouth pine (UK),
Soft pine

Pin blanc
Native,
Secure
Pinus strobus iced.jpg
Pinus strobus nymap.svg
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Pinus, subg. Pinus[edit]

Subgenus Pinus contains the hard pines, and has two sections represented in New York.

Pinus, sect. Trifoliae[edit]

The Trifoliae contains most of the North American hard pines, four of which are native to New York.

Pinaceae – subfam. Pinoideae – genus Pinus – subg. Pinus – sect. Trifoliae
Trifoliae subsect. Australes Southern yellow pines N.Y. Status Images Distribution 9
 Mill. (1768)
Pitch pine,
Northern pitch pine,
Torch pine,
Sap pine

Pin rigide
Native,
Secure
Pinus rigida Shawangunk Ridge.jpg
Pinus rigida nymap.svg
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 Mill. (1768)
Shortleaf pine,
Short-leaved pine,
Arkansas pine,
Southern yellow pine
Native,
Endangered
Pinus echinata conelet and leaves.jpg
Pinus echinata nymap.svg
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Trifoliae subsect. Contortae Scrub pines N.Y. Status Images Distribution 9
 Lamb. (1803)

 (=) Pinus divaricata 
Jack pine, Scrub pine,
Banksian pine,
Black pine, Gray pine,
Hudson Bay pine

Pin gris,
Pin de Banks
Native,
Rare
Pinus banksiana closed cones.jpg
Pinus banksiana nymap.svg
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 Mill.( 1768)
Virginia pine,
Scrub pine,
Jersey pine

Pin de Virginie
Native,
Endangered
Pinus virginiana Scrub Pine Branch 3200px.jpg
Pinus virginiana nymap.svg
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  1. Category 5 Plants - native invasives - Eastern Region invasive plants, ranked by degree of invasiveness as based on information from States (1998) US Forest Service (doubtfully invasive in New York, where it is considered to be endangered)
Pinus, sect. Pinus[edit]

Section Pinus contains mostly Old-World hard pines, with the exception of Pinus resinosa, which is native to North America, including New York. The three other species of this section found in New York are non-native introductions.

Pinaceae – subfam. Pinoideae – genus Pinus – subg. Pinus – sect. Pinus
Pinus subsect. Pinus Hard pines N.Y. Status Images Distribution 4
 Aiton (1789)
Red pine,
Norway pine[1]

Pin rouge
Native,
Secure
Pinus resinosa cone.jpg
Pinus resinosa nymap.svg
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 L. (1753)
var. sylvestris
Scots pine,
Scotch pine

Pin sylvestre,
Pin d'Écosse[2]
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
Potentially invasive
Scots Pine (Pinus sylvestris).jpg
Pinus sylvestris var sylvestris nymap.svg
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 J.F.Arnold (1785)

 (=) Pinus pallasiana 
Austrian pine,
European black pine

Pin noir
Introduced,
Eurasia native,
N. Africa native
Pinus nigra cone Bad Voeslau.jpg
Pinus nigra nymap.svg
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 Parl. (1868)

 (=) Pinus thunbergiana 
Japanese black pine Introduced,
Invasive,
NYIS: 59%
Pinus thunbergii3.jpg
Pinus thunbergii nymap.svg
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  1. Despite the fact that one of its vernacular names is "Norway pine," Pinus resinosa is native only to North America.
  2. Although "pin d'Écosse" is a literal translation of "Scots pine," "pin sylvestre" is more commonly used as the French vernacular name of Pinus sylvestris.
  3. Appendix 5. Plant species of concern (Watch List) within the central Finger Lakes region. Policy on the use of non-native plants in Cornell Plantations' accessioned collections (2009)
  4. Category 4 Plants - local concern and monitoring - Eastern Region invasive plants, ranked by degree of invasiveness as based on information from States (1998) US Forest Service

Genus Picea[edit]

Pinaceae – subfam. Pinoideae – genus Picea
Picea Spruce N.Y. Status Images Distribution 5
(Mill.) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.

1768. Abies mariana  Mill.
1770. Pinus abies var. mariana Münchh.
1785. Pinus nigra  J.F.Arnold
1831. Picea nigra  Link
1888. Picea mariana  Britton, et al.
Black spruce,
Bog spruce,
Swamp spruce

Épinette noire,
Épinette à bière,
Épicéa marial,
Épicéa noir
Native,
Secure
Picea mariana cones.jpg
Picea mariana nymap.svg
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 Sarg.

1771. Pinus mariana var. rubra Du Roi
1831. Picea rubra  Link
1879. Picea nigra var. rubra Engelm.
1898. Picea rubens  Sarg.
1903. Picea australis  Small
Red spruce

Épinette rouge
Native,
Secure
Picea rubens UGA5349098.jpg
Picea rubens NY-dist-map.png
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 (Moench) Voss

1768. Abies canadensis  Mill.
1785. Pinus glauca  Moench
1831. Picea alba  (Aiton) Link
1897. Picea canadensis var. glauca
1907. Picea glauca  Voss
White spruce,
Black Hills spruce,
Cat spruce

Épinette blanche,
Épinette glauque,
Épicéa blanc,
Épicéa glauque
Native,
Likely secure
Picea glauca UGA.jpg
Picea glauca NY-dist-map.png
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 Engelm.
Blue spruce,
Colorado blue spruce
Introduced,
N. America native
Picea pungens male flos 2 beentree.jpg
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 (L.) Karst. (1881)

 (=) Picea excelsa (Lamb.) Link 
 (=) Pinus abies L 
Norway spruce,
White spruce

Épicéa élevé
Introduced from
 Europe,
Potentially invasive
Picea abies cones Lithuania.JPG
Picea abies NY-dist-map.png
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  1. Appendix 4. Plant species that are considered moderately to highly invasive to natural areas in the central Finger Lakes region. Policy on the use of non-native plants in Cornell Plantations' accessioned collections (2009)

Genus Pseudotsuga[edit]

Pinaceae – subfam. Pinoideae – genus Pseudotsuga
Pseudotsuga Douglas fir N.Y. Status Images Distribution
(Mirb.) Franco
var. glauca (Beissn.) Franco (1950)

 (=) P. flahaultii 
 (=) P. douglasii var. glauca 
Rocky Mountain Douglas-fir Introduced
Pseudotsuga menziesii 16996.JPG
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Genus Larix[edit]

Pinaceae – subfam. Pinoideae – genus Larix
Larix Larch N.Y. Status Images Distribution
 (DuRoi) K.Koch (1873)

 (=) L. alaskensis 
 (=) L. laricina ssp. alaskensis 
 (=) L. laricina var. alaskensis 
American larch,
Tamarack
Native,
Secure
Larix laricina Kanadanlehtikuusi Kanada lärk C DSC03086.JPG
Larix laricina NY-dist-map.png
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 Mill. (1768)

 (=) Pinus larix 
European larch Introduced,
Europe native
Lärchenzapfen.jpg
Larix decidua NY-dist-map.png
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 (Lam.) Carrière (1856)

 (=) Larix leptolepis 
 (=) Pseudolarix kaempferi 
Japanese larch Introduced,
East Asia native
Japanese Larch Larix Cone.JPG
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Subfamily Abietoideae[edit]

Pinaceae – subfam. Abietoideae
Tsuga Hemlock N.Y. Status Images Distribution 1
 (L.) Carrière

1763. Pinus canadensis  L.
1842. Picea canadensis  Link
1855. Tsuga canadensis  Carrière
1862. Abies canadensis var. gracilis
Eastern hemlock,
Canadian hemlock,
Canada hemlock

Pruche du Canada,
Pruche de l'Est,
Tsuga du Canada
Native,
Secure
Tsuga canadensis foliagecones.jpg
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Abies Fir N.Y. Status Images Distribution 2
 (L.) Mill.

1753. Pinus balsamea  L.
1768. Abies balsamea  Mill.
1770. Pinus abies var. balsamea
1810. Peuce balsamea  Rich.
Balsam fir,
Canada balsam

Sapin baumier,
Sapin
Native,
Secure
Abies balsamea pollen cones1.jpg
Abies balsamea NY-dist-map.png
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 A.Murray bis

1863. Abies magnifica  A.Murray bis
1875. Picea magnifica  Gordon
1876. Pseudotsuga magnifica  W.R.McNab
1876. Pinus magnifica  W.R.McNab
California red fir,
Shasta red fir,
Red fir
Introduced from
 western US
Abies magnifica 8016t.jpg
Abies magnifica NY-dist-map.png
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 (Gord. & Glend.) Lindl. ex Hildebr.

1858. Picea concolor  Gordon
1861. Abies concolor  Lindl. ex Hildebr.
White fir,
Colorado white fir,
Silver fir,
Colorado fir
Introduced from
 western US,
Impersistent
Abies concolor 8065.jpg
Nymap.svg

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Family Cupressaceae[edit]

The Cupressaceae (cypress family)...[f 3]

Subfamily Taxodioideae[edit]

Cupressaceae – subfam. Taxodioideae
Taxodium Cypress N.Y. Status Images Distribution
 (L.) Rich.
var. distichum

1753. Cupressus disticha  L.
1789. C. disticha var. nutans Aiton
1810. Taxodium distichum  Rich.
1827. T. distichum var. nutans Sweet
1927. T. ascendens var. nutans Rehder
Bald cypress,
Swamp cypress
Introduced,
N. America native
Taxodium distichum Cerro Italy.jpg
Taxodium distichum var distichum NY-dist-map.png
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Subfamily Cupressoideae[edit]

Most of the Cupressoideae in New York go by the common names "cedar" or "juniper." But there is some resistance to calling any of them "cedar," as this could be seen to imply that they are of the Eurasian genus Cedrus, which does not have any naturalized populations in New York, and is normally included in the Pinaceae, not Cupressoideae. Instead, many prefer the common names "arborvitae" or "whitecedar" for Thuja occidentalis, and "red juniper" or "redcedar" for Juniperus virginiana.

Cupressaceae – subfam. Cupressoideae
Thuja Arborvitae N.Y. Status Images Distribution 1
 L.

1753. Thuja occidentalis  L.
Eastern arborvitae,
Eastern white cedar,
Northern white cedar

Thuya occidental,
Cèdre,
Balai,
Cèdre blanc
Native,
Secure
Northern White Cedar cones (2974756142).jpg
Thuja occidentalis NY-dist-map.png
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Juniperus Juniper N.Y. Status Images Distribution 4
 L.
var. virginiana

1753. Juniperus virginiana  L.
1857. Sabina virginiana var. virginiana
Eastern red cedar,
Eastern redcedar,
Pencil cedar, Virginia cedar,
Eastern juniper, Red juniper

Genévrier de Virginie,
Genévrier rouge,
Cèdre rouge
Native,
Secure
Juniperus virginiana NRCS-1.jpg
Juniperus virginiana var virginiana NY-dist-map.png
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 Moench

1794. Juniperus horizontalis  Moench
1807. Juniperus prostrata  Pers.
1814. J. sabina var. procumbens Pursh
1838. J. sabina var. humilis Hook.
1843. J. virginiana var. prostrata Torr.
1857. Sabina prostrata  Antoine
1912. Sabina horizontalis  Rydb.
Creeping juniper,
Trailing juniper,
Prostrate juniper,
Horizontal juniper,
Creeping savin

Genévrier horizontal,
Genévrier rampant,
Savinier
Native,
Endangered
JuniperBerry.jpg
Juniperus horizontalis nymap.svg
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 L.
var. depressa Pursh

1787. J. canadensis  Lodd. ex Burgsd.
1814. J. communis var. depressa Pursh
1818. J. depressa  Raf.
1838. J. communis var. canadensis Loudon
1962. J. communis ssp. depressa Franco
Common juniper,
Dwarf juniper,
Prostrate juniper,
Ground juniper

Genévrier commun déprimé,
Genévrier nain,
Genévrier du Canada
Native,
Likely secure
Juniperus communis var depressa 7.jpg
Juniperus communis var depressa NY-dist-map.png
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 L.
var. communis

1753. J. communis var. communis L.
1768. J. suecica  Mill.
1822. J. hemisphaerica  C.Presl
1881. J. communis ssp. hemisphaerica
1887. J. communis fo. suecica Beissn.
Common juniper

Genévrier commun
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
No specimens
Common juniper berries (Mica B).JPG
Juniperus communis var communis nymap.svg
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Chamaecyparis False cypress N.Y. Status Images Distribution 2
(L.) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.

1753. Cupressus thyoides  L.
1888. Chamaecyparis thyoides  Britton &al.
1962. Chamaecyparis henryae  H.L.Li
1966. C. thyoides var. henryae Little
Atlantic white cedar,
Southern white cedar,
Atlantic white cypress
Native,
Threatened
Atlantic White Cypress Chatsworth NJ 1.jpg
Chamaecyparis thyoides nymap.svg
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 (=) Cupressus obtusa 
 (=) Retinospora obtusa 
 (=) Thuja obtusa 
Hinoki false cypress Introduced
Hafen Riesbach 2012-11-23 14-12-11 (P7700).JPG
Chamaecyparis obtusa nymap.svg
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Family Taxaceae[edit]

The Taxaceae (yew family)...[f 4]

Taxaceae
Taxus Yew N.Y. Status Images Distribution 3
 Marshall

1785. Taxus canadensis  Marshall
1803. Taxus baccata var. minor Michx.
1856. Taxus baccata var. canadensis A.Gray
1894. Taxus minor  Britton
1903. Taxus baccata ssp. canadensis Pilg.
2007. Taxus canadensis var. minor Spjut
American yew,
Canada yew,
Ground hemlock

Buis de sapin,
Li du Canada,
Sapin trainard
Native,
Secure
CanadaYew.JPG
Taxus canadensis NY-dist-map.png
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 Siebold & Zucc.

1846. Taxus cuspidata  Siebold & Zucc.
1867. Taxus baccata var. cuspidata
1903. Taxus baccata ssp. cuspidata
auct. Taxus baccata  non L.
Japanese yew Introduced,
Common escape
Taxus cuspidata2.jpg
Taxus cuspidata NY-dist-map.png
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 L.

1753. Taxus baccata  L.
1829. Taxus fastigiata  Lindl.
English yew,
European yew
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
 northern Africa,
Rare escape
Botany Bay - Taxus baccata 1.jpg
Taxus baccata NY-dist-map.png
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Taxus × media
 Rehder (1923)
[ baccata × cuspidata ]
Anglo-Japanese yew,
Anglojap yew,
Hybrid yew
Introduced,
No specimens
Podlaskie - Suprasl - Kopna Gora - Arboretum - Taxus × media 'nidiformis' - branch.JPG
Taxus × media NY-dist-map.png

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  1. Appendix 5. Plant species of concern (Watch List) within the central Finger Lakes region. Policy on the use of non-native plants in Cornell Plantations' accessioned collections (2009)
  2. Category 4 Plants - local concern and monitoring - Eastern Region invasive plants, ranked by degree of invasiveness as based on information from States (1998) US Forest Service

References[edit]

  1. Ginkgoaceae Troy Weldy & David Werier (2013) New York Flora Atlas. New York Flora Association, Albany, New York.
  2. Pinaceae Troy Weldy & David Werier (2013) New York Flora Atlas. New York Flora Association, Albany, New York.
  3. Cupressaceae Troy Weldy & David Werier (2013) New York Flora Atlas. New York Flora Association, Albany, New York.
  4. Taxaceae Troy Weldy & David Werier (2013) New York Flora Atlas. New York Flora Association, Albany, New York.