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Identification Statistics > State tree > Binomial Nomenclature (most recent) by state

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Alabama Pinus palustris
Alaska Picea sitchensis
Arizona Parkinsonia florida
Arkansas Pinus taeda
California Sequoiadendron giganteum
Sequoia sempervirens
Colorado Picea pungens
Connecticut Quercus alba
Delaware Ilex opaca
District of Columbia Quercus coccinea
Florida Sabal palmetto
Georgia Quercus virginiana
Guam Intsia bijuga
Hawaii Aleurites moluccana
Idaho Pinus monticola
Illinois Quercus alba
Indiana Liriodendron tulipifera
Iowa Quercus macrocarpa
Kansas Populus deltoides
Kentucky Liriodendron tulipifera
Louisiana Taxodium distichum
Maine Pinus strobus
Maryland Quercus alba
Massachusetts Ulmus americana
Michigan Pinus strobus
Minnesota Pinus resinosa
Mississippi Magnolia
Missouri Cornus florida
Montana Pinus ponderosa
Nebraska Populus deltoides
Nevada Pinus monophylla
New Hampshire Betula papyrifera
New Jersey Quercus rubra
New Mexico Pinus edulis
New York Acer saccharum
North Carolina Pinus
North Dakota Ulmus americana
Ohio Aesculus glabra
Oklahoma Cercis canadensis
Oregon Pseudotsuga menziesii
Pennsylvania Tsuga canadensis
Puerto Rico Ceiba pentandra
Rhode Island Acer rubrum
South Carolina Sabal palmetto
South Dakota Picea glauca
var. densata
Tennessee Liriodendron tulipifera
Texas Carya illinoinensis
Utah Picea pungens
Vermont Acer saccharum
Virginia Cornus florida
Washington Tsuga heterophylla
West Virginia Acer saccharum
Wisconsin Acer saccharum
Wyoming Populus deltoides
subsp. monilifera

SOURCE: Wikipedia: List of U.S. state trees

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