Larix

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See also: larix and làrix

Translingual[edit]

Type species: Larix decidua Mill., commonly known as the European larch.

Etymology[edit]

From Latin larix (larch), from Ancient Greek λάριξ (lárix).

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Larix f

  1. A taxonomic genus within the family Pinaceae – the larch trees, characterized by fascicles of small deciduous leaves, and reflexed cones with persistent scales. They are natives of cooler temperate zones of the northern hemisphere and are related to the Douglas firs (Pseudotsuga).

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