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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
PinaceaeAbies albaEuropean Fir, Silver FirNaturalized in Highlands, NC (Macon Co.), from plantings made by Thomas G. Harbison in the late 1800's (J.D. Pittillo, pers. comm.).Native of Europe.image of plant
PinaceaeAbies balsameaBalsam Fir, Northern Balsam, Blister Pine, Fir PineHigh elevation forests and cliffs (in VA and northwards); high elevation frost-pocket wetlands (WV), northwards somewhat more general in cool, mountain areas.NL (Newfoundland) and NL (Labrador) west to n. AB, south to NY, PA, MI, WI, and IA, and (disjunct) in the mountains to n. VA and e. WV.image of plant
PinaceaeAbies firmaMomi FirNaturalized from horticultural plantings near homesites.See Poindexter (2010b) for detailed information on the naturalization of this fir in our area and its recognition.image of plant
PinaceaeAbies fraseriFraser Fir, She Balsam, Southern BalsamHigh elevation forests, from about 1500-2037 m.Southern Appalachian endemic, from Grayson and Smyth counties, VA (notably, Mount Rogers) south to e. TN and sw. NC; naturalizing on Brasstown Bald in GA, and on Black Mountain (Pocahontas County, WV), where planted.image of plant

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