Pinus jeffreyi forest is a Jeffrey pine procedural vegetation model, following the growth patterns of specimens growing in forest environments. The Jeffrey pine is mostly found in California (USA) and Baja California (Mexico), where it grows from between 1000 and 3000 meters in altitude. It is a relatively big pine showing a regular pyramidal shape with a mature height of around 30 meters. Some rare specimens can grow up to 40 meters though. Pinus jeffreyi is often confused with Pinus ponderosa, the distinction between both can be made by looking at its cones (which are 2 times bigger than the ponderosa cones), it is also generally smaller and its needles colour tends towards a more bluish tint.
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