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    ok, knowing that generally most families have at least one toxic member, are there any members of the Pinaceae family that are toxic? In addition, where would the toxicity be found (needles, bark, seeds, or the whole thing)? thanks!


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    Hunter63 saying Hey and Welcome......From Wisconsin.
    There is an intro section at;
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    Know a bit about you would at least give people a idea of location, native flora, etc.

    I would think the answer to your very general question has may answers.
    Not really as simple as a yes it(?) is or no it's(?) not.
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    All true pines, in the genus Pinus, are edible. Probably not all conifers though.

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