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Regeneration of Canary Pine following fire , Gran Canaria, Canary Islands.

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Photo Title: Regeneration of Canary Pine following fire , Gran Canaria, Canary Islands.
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canary pine, pinnus canariensis, gran canaria, canary islands, macaronesia, oceanic islands, forest, pine forest, endemic,
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The Canary Pine (Pinus canariensis) is native to the outer Canary Islands of Gran Canaria, Tenerife, La Gomera, El Hierro and La Palma. It is a subtropical pine and does not tolerate low temperatures or hard frost, surviving temperatures down to about -6 to -10 °C. Within its natural area, it grows under extremely variable rainfall regimes, from less than 300 mm to several thousands, mostly due to differences in mist-capturing by the foliage. Under warm conditions, this is one of the most drought tolerant pines, living even with less than 200 mm per year. This pine is also one of the most fire-resistant conifers in the world. This is an image of the pine sprouting new growth on a burnt branch, following an intense forest fire of August 2007. the new shoots appeared within 3 months of the fire.
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