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Larix laricina (Du Roi) K
Tamarack (Larix laricina), also called eastern, American, or Alaska larch, and hackmatack, is Mackenzie River drainage to northeastern British Columbia and central Alberta; and east

Terrestrial Ecoregions -- Alberta-British Col
black spruce (P. mariana) and tamarack (Larix laricina) are associated with wet sites. The Alberta/British Columbia Foothills Forests are

Tamarack, Larix laricina
Larix, from the Latin for larch. laricina, from the Latin for larch Alaska to Newfoundlland, south to British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Minnesota, Wisconsin

Nearctica - Native Conifers of North America
Tamarack. (Larix laricina) Color Photograph: Illinois State Museum in the Mackenzie River drainage to northeastern British Columbia and central Alberta; and east to southern Manitoba

Catherall, Jennifer M* and Hugues B Massicott
University of Northern British Columbia, 3333 University Way, Prince George, BC, V2N 4Z9..Ectomycorrhizal associations of Larix laricina (tamarack) and Betula glandulosa

North Cascades National Park: Terrestrial Rip
type locality in British Columbia (Blackwall, Manning Park); Larix laricina, Picea glauca, Picea August at Manning Park, British Columbia, perhaps indicating a second generation

Species: Asarum caudatum
COMMON NAMES: wild ginger. British Columbia wildginger. longtail wildginger. TAXONOMY 35-200 [3] tamarack. Larix laricina. 35-200 [47

Terrestrial Ecoregions -- Canadian Aspen fore
South Block, Rumsey, British Columbia, Canada Photograph by D. Poulton spp.), some black spruce (P. mariana), and tamarack (Larix laricina).

Forestry Links by Subject
information: UBC Press, University of British Columbia E-mail: Web Site "Micropropagation propagated Larix decidua, L. kaempferi and L. laricina hybrids. Paques, L. E. 1992. Annales

Ohio Trees, Bulletin 700-00, Larix - Larch
Eastern Larch-Larix laricina. The Eastern larch The Eastern larch is found from Newfoundland, Canada, and British Columbia, Canada, to

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