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lodgepole pine

lodge·pole pine / ˈläjipōl/ • n. a straight-trunked pine tree (Pinus contorta var. latifolia) that grows in the mountains of western North America, widely grown for timber and traditionally used by some American Indians in the construction of lodges.

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lodgepole pine

lodgepole pine, common name for the pine species Pinus contorta, found in the Rocky Mts. and the northwestern coast of the United States.

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Pinus contorta var. latifolia

Pinus contorta var. latifolia (lodgepole pine) A tall, ornamental tree of N. America, which yields a useful timber.

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lodgepole pine

lodgepole pine See PINUS CONTORTA.

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