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Title
Benguet Pine. Pinus insularis. Philippine Islands by A. Muzzall. Bagio Region, showing topography and typical scattering stands of benguet Pine
Creator
Muzzall, Alexander
Photographer
Contributing Institution
UC Berkeley, Bioscience & Natural Resources Library
Collection
Fritz-Metcalf Photograph Collection
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Description
Location: average distance
Identification: exact ground location unclear, appears unknowable
No people present in picture
Type
image
Identifier
fritz_metcalf-3076
Subject
Philippines
Pinus insularis
Philippines
Place
Philippines

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