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Types of Cypress

Cupressus ​Abramsiana​
Cupressus ​Abramsiana​

Cupressus abramsiana, the Santa Cruz cypress, is a rare North American species of trees in the cypress family. It is endemic to the Santa Cruz Mountains of Santa Cruz and San Mateo Counties in west-central California.

Cupressus ​Atlantica​
Cupressus ​Atlantica​

Cupressus dupreziana var atlantica has undergone a recent decline of 73% over a 36 year period (1950-1986: Achhal 1986) in the area of occupancy. This decline is sufficient for an assessment of Endangered under A2 criteria.

Cupressus ​Bakeri​
Cupressus ​Bakeri​

Cupressus bakeri, reclassified as Hesperocyparis bakeri, with the common names Baker cypress, Modoc cypress, or Siskiyou cypress, is a rare species of cypress tree endemic to a small area across far northern California and extreme southwestern Oregon, in the western United States

Cupressus ​Cashmeriana​
Cupressus ​Cashmeriana​

Cupressus cashmeriana (Bhutan cypress, Kashmir cypress, weeping cypress; Dzongkha language: Tsenden) is a species of cypress native to the eastern Himalaya in Bhutan and adjacent areas of Arunachal Pradesh in northeastern India.

Cupressus ​Chengiana​
Cupressus ​Chengiana​

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Cupressus chengiana. Cupressus chengiana is a species of conifer in the Cupressaceae family. The tree is endemic to China, found only in Gansu and Sichuan Provinces.

Cupressus ​Duclouxiana​
Cupressus ​Duclouxiana​

Chinese cypress (Vidakovic 1991), gan xiang bai [Chinese] (Fu et al. 1999). Taxonomic notes Syn: Cupressus sempervirens Franchet non Linnaeus (Dallimore et al. 1967), Cupressus austrotibetica Silba (Fu et al. 1999).

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Cupressus ​Dupreziana​
Cupressus ​Dupreziana​

Cupressus dupreziana, the Saharan cypress, Moroccan cypress, or tarout, is a very rare coniferous tree native to the Tassili n'Ajjer mountains in the central Sahara desert, southeast Algeria, where it forms a unique population of trees hundreds of kilometres from any other trees.

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Cupressus ​Forbesii​
Cupressus ​Forbesii​

Cupressus forbesii, now reclassified by some as Hesperocyparis forbesii, and with the common names Tecate cypress or Forbes' cypress, is a species of cypress native to southwestern North America.

Cupressus ​Funebris​
Cupressus ​Funebris​

Platycyparis funebris Cupressus funebris, the Chinese weeping cypress, is a species of cypress native to southwestern and central China. It may also occur naturally in Vietnam.

Cupressus ​Gigantea​
Cupressus ​Gigantea​

Cupressus gigantea, the Tibetan cypress, is a species of conifer in the Cupressaceae family in Asia.. Distribution. It is endemic and found only in Southeast Tibet - China. ...

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Cupressus ​Goveniana​
Cupressus ​Goveniana​

Cupressus goveniana, now reclassified as Hesperocyparis goveniana, with the common names Californian cypress and Gowen cypress, is a species of cypress, that is endemic to California

Cupressus ​Guadalupensis​
Cupressus ​Guadalupensis​

Definition of cupressus guadalupensis in the Definitions.net dictionary. Meaning of cupressus guadalupensis. What does cupressus guadalupensis mean? Information and translations of cupressus guadalupensis in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.

Cupressus ​Lusitanica​
Cupressus ​Lusitanica​

Cupressus lusitanica, (cedro blanco; teotlate, distinctive names used in Mexico); cedro blanco means white cedar and is also known as Mexican white cedar or cedar-of-Goa, is a species of cypress native to Mexico and Central America (Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras).

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Cupressus ​Macnabiana​
Cupressus ​Macnabiana​

Juniperus macnabiana Lawson ex Gordon Neocupressus macnabiana (A.Murray bis) de Laub. Cupressus macnabiana (MacNab cypress or Shasta cypress) is a species of cypress in western North America.

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Cupressus ​Nootkatensis​
Cupressus ​Nootkatensis​

Cupressus nootkatensis is a species of trees in the cypress family native to the coastal regions of northwestern North America. This species goes by many common names including: Nootka cypress, yellow cypress, Alaska cypress, Nootka cedar, yellow cedar, Alaska cedar, and Alaska yellow cedar.

Cupressus ​Sargentii​
Cupressus ​Sargentii​

Neocupressus sargentii (Jeps.) de Laub. Cupressus sargentii is a species of conifer in the Cupressaceae family known by the common name Sargent's cypress. It is endemic to California, where it is known from Mendocino County southwards to Santa Barbara County.

Cupressus ​Torulosa​
Cupressus ​Torulosa​

Cupressus torulosa, commonly known as the Himalayan cypress or Bhutan cypress, is a species of cypress tree native to South Asia. It is a large tree, growing up to 45 m (150 ft) in height.

Leyland ​Cypress​
Leyland ​Cypress​

The Leyland cypress, Cupressus × leylandii, often referred to simply as leylandii, is a fast-growing coniferous evergreen tree much used in horticulture, primarily for hedges and screens. Even on sites of relatively poor culture, plants have been known to grow to heights of 15 metres (49 ft) in 16 years.

Mediterranean ​Cypress​
Mediterranean ​Cypress​

Cupressus sempervirens, the Mediterranean cypress (also known as Italian cypress, Tuscan cypress, Persian cypress, or pencil pine), is a species of cypress native to the eastern Mediterranean region, in northeast Libya, southern Albania, southern coastal Croatia , southern Montenegro, southern Greece, southern Turkey, Cyprus, northern Egypt, western Syria, Lebanon, Malta, Italy, Israel, western Jordan, and also a disjunct population in Iran.

Monterey ​Cypress​
Monterey ​Cypress​

Monterey cypress has been widely cultivated away from its native range, both elsewhere along the California coast, and in other areas with similar cool summer, mild winter oceanic climates. It is a popular private garden and public landscape tree in California.

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