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Are the needles generally less than 2" long and in groups of 1-4; the cones 1-2" long with few scales; the edible seeds large and without wings? 

These are pinyon pines.

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Are the needles generally more than 2" long and in groups of 2-3; the cones longer than 2" with many scales; the seed size varies?

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