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Spruces’ female cones
Spruces’ female cones are what makes them recognizable, even from a distance. Carried by the main and secondary shoots of the conifers, they are reddish-brown, woody, oblong to cylindrical in shape, and above all pendulous, which undoubtedly distinguishes them from those, well erected, of firs. They grow at the end of spring (May-June) and fall at the beginning of autumn.
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