2 different Foxtail pine trees in the scene.
Pinus balfouriana, the foxtail pine, is a rare high-elevation pine that is endemic to California, United States. It is closely related to the Great Basin and Rocky Mountain bristlecone pines, in the subsection Balfourianae. It is a native conifer. It is a low-growing pine, generally 20 to 50 feet (6-15 m) tall, but occasionally reaching 72+ feet (22+ m) in height. Foxtail pine's trunk is usually single-stemmed. Bark of mature foxtail pine is exceptionally thick: nearly as thick as that of ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa).
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Foxtail pine1: 10 m
Foxtail pine2: 11 m
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