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A shallow rooted conifer
Common spruce (Picea abies) closely resembles fir, another member of the conifer family. It distinguishes itself by its larger size, up to 229 ft (70 m), its finely scaled reddish-brown bark, and its slightly prickly needles arranged in a brush. The common spruce thrives in shady and humid places, such as the edge of Lake Servières in the Puy-de-Dôme department, but does not withstand strong winds because of its shallow rooting.
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