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Surface slight foveolate, dull, brown, with pitch lustrous islands, wings light brown. Originally growing in the Asia Minor at elevation of 13002000 m; important in furniture industry for its hard and durable wood; in the Carpathians frequently grown in parks as ornamental. Uk. 52. , L. ) Carr. − Tree, up to 30 m high with redbrown horizontal branches. 6 mm, membranous wings 5-7 mm long. Surface smooth, dull, spotty, faint reddishbrown, wings brown. Native to Japan, very valuable woody trees; rarely cultivated (for timber) in forests, as ornamental in parks and arboretums.
26. , P. divaricata (Aiton) Dum. - Cours. − Small tree, up to 10-25 m high, the corona is ovoid up to irregularly diluted. 5 mm. Surface faint tuberculate, dull, dark-brown up to nigrescent, wings red brown. 2n = 24. Originally growing in North America, often on barren grounds as forest plantation; grown seldom in parks and gardens for peculiar shape of the corona. Br, Hu, Pl, Ro, Sk, Uk. 21. Picea obovata Ledeb. − Tree, up to 30 m high, corona narrowly pyramidal. 1 mm, with membranous wings. Surface fine tuberculate, dull or faint lustrous, nigrescentbrown.
EPHEDRACEAE 80. Ephedrea distachya L. − Shrub, up to 10-20 cm high, twigs straight or curved, about 2 mm thick. 5-3 mm. Surface fine furrowed longitudinal, slight lustrous, grained, brown to nigrescent. 2n = 28, 36. Native to Europe, on sandbanks, rocky and solar stands; in the Carpathians very seldom. Hu, Ro, Sk, Uk. 85. Magnolia liliiflora Desr. − Shrub, up to 3 m high, twigs bare, leaves obovate, dark-green. Seeds broad ellipsoid, 9-11 x 10-15 mm. Surface of the pericarps longitudinal short furrowed, distinct wrinkly, dull, purple.