Keteleeria (family Pinaceae *tribe Abietineae) A genus of conifers that have spine-tipped leaves. It is close to Abies, but has erect, persistent cones, ovoid buds with scales forming an overlapping sheath, and male flowers in short clusters. There are 2 species, native to the mountains of southern China and Taiwan.
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