Pinus elliottii lone is a slash pine procedural vegetation model, representing the particular shape of single tree specimens growing in isolation in the wild. The slash pine is a very common species in the subtropical zone of the south-eastern coast of the United States, Florida mainly as well as its bordering states. In some parts of Florida, especially on sandy soil, the species can grow as monospecific forests. Extremely resistant to salt and wind, it can also be found directly along the shores. Pinus elliottii is a relatively small pine, averaging between 25 to 30 meters tall. Its canopy grows as an umbrella shape, and its trunk features a stunningly orange bark. In Southern Brazil, the slash pine was introduced for forestry where it thrived and quickly became an invasive species.
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