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|Urist likes larches for their cones.|
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The Larch is a type of above ground tree. It is found in temperate forests and occasionally in taiga regions. Like the overwhelming majority of overland trees, larch wood is brown and produces brown products.
Some dwarves like larches for their cones and their needles.
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With proper instruction, the larch can be recognised from quite a long way away.
[PLANT:LARCH] [NAME:larch][NAME_PLURAL:larches][ADJ:larch] [USE_MATERIAL_TEMPLATE:STRUCTURAL:STRUCTURAL_PLANT_TEMPLATE] [BASIC_MAT:LOCAL_PLANT_MAT:STRUCTURAL] [USE_MATERIAL_TEMPLATE:WOOD:WOOD_TEMPLATE] [STATE_NAME:ALL_SOLID:larch] [STATE_ADJ:ALL_SOLID:larch] [PREFIX:NONE] Based on Western Larch (Larix occidentalis) http://www.fpl.fs.fed.us/documnts/TechSheets/SoftwoodNA/htmlDocs/larixocciden.html [STATE_COLOR:ALL_SOLID:LIGHT_BROWN] [SOLID_DENSITY:590] [USE_MATERIAL_TEMPLATE:NEEDLE:LEAF_TEMPLATE] [STATE_COLOR:ALL:GREEN] [DISPLAY_COLOR:2:0:0] [TREE:LOCAL_PLANT_MAT:WOOD][TREE_TILE:24] [TRUNK_PERIOD:10] [HEAVY_BRANCH_DENSITY:25] [BRANCH_DENSITY:50] [MAX_TRUNK_HEIGHT:8] [HEAVY_BRANCH_RADIUS:1] [BRANCH_RADIUS:2] [TRUNK_BRANCHING:2] [MAX_TRUNK_DIAMETER:1] [TRUNK_WIDTH_PERIOD:200] [ROOT_DENSITY:5] [ROOT_RADIUS:3] [STANDARD_TILE_NAMES] [PREFSTRING:cones] [PREFSTRING:needles] [DRY] [BIOME:FOREST_TAIGA] [BIOME:FOREST_TEMPERATE_CONIFER] [SAPLING] [GROWTH:LEAVES] [GROWTH_NAME:larch needle:STP] [GROWTH_ITEM:PLANT_GROWTH:NONE:LOCAL_PLANT_MAT:NEEDLE] [GROWTH_DENSITY:1000] [GROWTH_HOST_TILE:BRANCHES_AND_TWIGS] [GROWTH_HOST_TILE:SAPLING] [GROWTH_TIMING:0:300000] [GROWTH_PRINT:0:'*':2:0:0:0:209999:1] [GROWTH_PRINT:0:'*':6:0:1:210000:239999:1] deciduous conifer, needles probably shouldn't turn red though [GROWTH_PRINT:0:'*':4:0:1:240000:269999:1] [GROWTH_PRINT:0:'*':4:0:0:270000:300000:1] [GROWTH_DROPS_OFF] [GROWTH:SEED_CONE] [GROWTH_NAME:larch seed cone:STP] [GROWTH_ITEM:PLANT_GROWTH:NONE:LOCAL_PLANT_MAT:STRUCTURAL] [GROWTH_DENSITY:1000] [GROWTH_HOST_TILE:BRANCHES_AND_TWIGS] [GROWTH_TIMING:100000:300000] [GROWTH_DROPS_OFF_NO_CLOUD] [GROWTH_PRINT:0:'*':6:0:0:NONE] [GROWTH:POLLEN_CONE] [GROWTH_NAME:larch pollen cone:STP] [GROWTH_ITEM:PLANT_GROWTH:NONE:LOCAL_PLANT_MAT:STRUCTURAL] [GROWTH_DENSITY:1000] [GROWTH_HOST_TILE:BRANCHES_AND_TWIGS] [GROWTH_TIMING:100000:200000] [GROWTH_PRINT:0:'*':2:0:0:NONE]