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The Softwoods - Conifers
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Redwood turned bowl/platter
Reference: Neshovska, Lora. “BV-111.” Redwood Burl Inc., 27 July 2018, https://redwoodburl.com/product/bv-111/.
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Redwood burl sold by Redwood Burl Inc
Reference: SL-106 | Redwood Burl Inc. https://redwoodburl.com/product/sl-106/. Accessed 19 Nov. 2018.
Redwood female cones
Reference: Sequoia Sempervirens (Cupressaceae) Image 17366 at PhytoImages.Siu.Edu. http://www.phytoimages.siu.edu/imgs/paraman1/r/Cupressaceae_Sequoia_sempervirens_17366.html. Accessed 18 Nov. 2018.
Sequoia sempervirens foliage and cones, Mount Tamalpais East Peak, Marin Co., California
Attribution: Ilya Katsnelson from Mountain View, USA [CC BY 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
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