Cyprian Cedar (Cedrus Brevifolia)

Cyprian Cedar (Cedrus Brevifolia)

The Cyprian Cedar is generally found in the mountainous regions of Turkey, Cyprus and Syria. This is a rare species of cedars, and can only be distinguished from the Cedar of Lebanon by the length of its leaves and the shape of its crown. The leaves of are smaller in length than those of the Cedar of Lebanon, and its crown is also umbrella-shaped as opposed to the pyramidal crown of the Cedar of Lebanon.

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