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Jack pine is confined to small scattered patches in the province, espically around East Bideford.
Being out of its range, it is stunted and inclined to be quite branchy with a crooked trunk. It grows up to 40 feet in height and around 8 inches in diameter with a narrow, open crown of many short, twisted branches.
It does not grow in pure stands in this province but is mixed with black spruce.