|Natural range of Pinus pinceana|
Its distribution extends over a distance of more than 750 kilometres (470 mi) from north to south.
The majority of its range it is found at altitudes between 1,100–2,600 metres (3,600–8,500 ft) in elevation, within arid areas.
Pinus pinceana forms a small tree or large shrub. Seeds are edible but produced infrequently.
- Conifer Specialist Group 1998. 2006 IUCN Red List: Pinus pinceana . accessed 7.17.2017.
- Current IUCN Red List of all Threatened Species
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