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A pine tree is an example of a tree that would be described as coniferous.
The same coniferous trees are common to both parts of the range.
Only 57% of the area is occupied by arable land and pasture; forests, one-tenth of which are coniferous, occupy 38%.
When well prepared for use, larch is one of the most durable of coniferous woods.
At least the coniferous forests which make up nine-tenths of California's woodland surpass all others known in number of species and in the size and beauty of the trees.
Of the forests, about 38% are deciduous and 62% coniferous trees, and the greater part of the former belong to the government.