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Abies albaSilver Fir, Christmas Tree Fir, European Silver Fir, SilverPinaceaeA. pectinata. A. picea.23
Abies amabilisRed Fir,Pacific silver firPinaceae 12
Abies balsameaBalsam FirPinaceaePinus balsamea.35
Abies cephalonicaGrecian FirPinaceae 00
Abies concolorColorado Fir, White firPinaceaePicea concolor.02
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Abies firmaMomi Fir, Japanese FirPinaceaeA. bifida. A. momi.10
Abies fraseriShe Balsam, Fraser fir, Southern Balsam FirPinaceaePinus fraseri.13
Abies grandisGrand Fir, Giant Fir, Lowland White FirPinaceaeA. excelsior.22
Abies homolepisNikko FirPinaceae 00
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