The expressions "ponderosa" and "magis sulcatum" were not in the original.
Such a growth may be seen on any species (ponderosa, albicaulis, resinosa, etc.) that can survive exposure and poor nourishment.
He reports nests in such conifers as spruce, balsam, and ponderosa pine, and in aspen and oak.
It is this variety of ponderosa that climbs storm-swept ridges alone, and wanders out among the volcanoes of the Great Basin.
The nut of the ponderosa is small, but the Indians use them and eat them, shell and all.
It is in a transitional zone where ponderosa pine and junipers, pinon and scrub oak meet.