The Pinaceae family consists of mainly evergreen trees (except Larix, which is deciduous) with needle-like leaves spirally arranged around the twig either singly or in clusters (fasicles) and with male and female reproductive parts on the same individual (monoecious). Click on one of the surrounding genera to get more information about species within that genus.

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