What are the characteristics of Scots pine that can be distinguished from other plants of the pine family?

Scots pine is a tree up to 25-40 m high. The trunk is straight. The crown is variable, with different shapes common in wild populations. The bark of the lower stem is thick, scaly, gray-brown; on the upper stem and branches it is thin, scaly, orange-red. Buds ovoid-conical, orange-brown, occasionally densely covered with white resin. Seeds are black, 4-5 mm, with a wing of 12-20 mm. Scotch pine grows in Europe, Scotland and Spain in the east, and in North Asia almost to the Pacific coast.

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