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9.8 ft x 13.1 ft = 129.2 ft²
50.8 px/inch (DPI)
9.8 ft x 3.2 ft = 32 ft²
84.7 px/inch (DPI)
9.8 ft x 1.2 ft = 11.6 ft²
127 px/inch (DPI)
Pinus silvestris L., Pinus rigensis Desf., Pinus rubra Mill. (Fam. Pinaceae)
Kiefer, Föhre, Rot-, Sand- und Weißkiefer, Pino silvestre, Scots pine, Redwood, Pin sylvestre, Grenen
Red Pine (Pinus resinosa), Jack Pine (P. banksiana), Lodgepole Pine (P. contorta), Ponderosa Pine (P. ponderosa); from Asia: Chir (P. longifolia), Japanese Red Pine (P. densiflora); Brazilian Pine, Whitewood lumber, Pacific Coast Hemlock, Larch lumber, Columbian Pine, Podo, Radiata Pine.
Scotch pine is widespread throughout Europe, especially in North Europe to Siberia and Asia. In Italy it is also prevalent (Trentino and Tyrol Etschland, North-Appenin).
The wood is highly resinous. The sapwood and the heartwood are clearly separated. The sapwood is pink-white; the heartwood goes from yellowish to pink-brown. The pitch streaks are clearly visible and bigger than by Whitewood and European Larch. Scotch pine has an aromatic smell in fresh cutting, but no special taste. In general the structure is straight grained, the texture is rather rough and often irregular. The wood is soft, light weight, somewhat elastic and easily split.