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Sequoiadendron giganteum (giant sequoia, Cupressaceae)

 

 

Kings Canyon National Park, California, USA.
Smaller trees, background: Abies lowiana (California white fir). Note the person, bottom. Kings Canyon National Park, California, USA.
S. giganteum, large trees; Abies lowiana (California white fir), thin dark grey trunks. Sugar Bowl Grove, Kings Canyon National Park, California, USA.
S. giganteum, reddish trunks; Abies lowiana (California white fir), dark trunks; Pinus lambertiana (sugar pine), extreme right background. Kings Canyon National Park, California, USA.
Redwood Mountain, right. Large hemispherical crowns are S. giganteum. Kings Canyon National Park, California, USA.
President Tree, the third largest S. giganteum. The young tree, right: Pinus lambertiana (sugar pine). Right background and left: Abies lowiana (California white fir). Giant Forest, Sequoia National Park, California, USA.
Group of S. giganteum called "The Cloister". Left and right: Abies lowiana (California white fir). Giant Forest, Sequoia National Park, California, USA.
Senate Group of S. giganteum. Extreme right: Abies lowiana (California white fir). Giant Forest, Sequoia National Park, California, USA.
S. giganteum, large hemispherical crowns; Abies lowiana (California white fir), narrow crowns; Pinus lambertiana (sugar pine), trees with long horizontal branches. Giant Forest, Sequoia National Park, California, USA.
Burned S. giganteum log and partly burned Abies lowiana (California white fir) forest. Giant Forest, Sequoia National Park, California, USA.