Fronds eight to twelve inches high, lanceolate, bipinnatifid, finely glandular-puberulent. From Wordnik.com. [The Fern Lover's Companion A Guide for the Northeastern States and Canada] Reference
Fruits 8-11 mm, 2. 5-3 times longer than wide, puberulent. From Wordnik.com. [Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]] Reference
Capsule conical-cylindric, 5-ribbed, 25-35 mm, puberulent and sparsely setose. From Wordnik.com. [Find Me A Cure] Reference
Sterile catkins mostly in threes, 3-4 inches long: fertile catkins 1-1-1/2 inches long, cylindrical, slender-peduncled, erect or spreading; bracts puberulent. From Wordnik.com. [Handbook of the Trees of New England] Reference
= -- Bark of trunk dark gray, thick, hard, close, and rough, becoming narrow-rugged-furrowed; crinkly on small trunks and branches; leaf-scars prominent; season's shoots stout, brown, downy or dusty puberulent, dotted, resinous-scented. From Wordnik.com. [Handbook of the Trees of New England] Reference
Petiole 2-6 mm, puberulent and ± setose; leaf blade papery, oblong to oblong - lanceolate, 5-11 × 1. 5-3.5 cm; base cuneate; margin ciliate; apex obtuse and mucronate; abaxial surface densely gray-white-pubescent, yellow-brown setose along midrib; adaxial surface sparsely to densely puberulent when young. From Wordnik.com. [Find Me A Cure] Reference
Spring-shoots somewhat puberulent. From Wordnik.com. [The Genus Pinus] Reference
Trichome. glabrous: no hairs of any kind present. arachnoid, arachnose: with many fine, entangled hairs giving a cobwebby appearance. barbellate: with finely barbed hairs (barbellae). bearded: with long, stiff hairs. bristly: with stiff hair-like prickles. canescent: hoary with dense grayish-white pubescence. ciliate: marginally fringed with short hairs (cilia). ciliolate: minutely ciliate. floccose: with flocks of soft, woolly hairs, which tend to rub off. glandular: with a gland at the tip of the hair. hirsute: with rather rough or stiff hairs. hispid: with rigid, bristly hairs. hispidulous: minutely hispid. hoary: with a fine, close grayish-white pubescence. lanate, lanose: with woolly hairs. pilose: with soft, clearly separated hairs. puberulent, puberulous: with fine, minute hairs. pubescent: with soft, short and erect hairs. scabrous, scabrid: rough to the touch sericeous: silky appearance through fine, straight and appressed (lying close and flat) hairs. silky: with adpressed, s. From Wordnik.com. [Wikibooks - Recent changes [en]] Reference
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