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Turpentine distilled at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture & Historic Village as it was done circa 1900
Turpentine distilled at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture & Historic Village as it was done circa 1900
"Herty system" in use on turpentine trees in Northern Florida, circa 1936
"Herty system" in use on turpentine trees in Northern Florida, circa 1936
Chipping a turpentine tree in Georgia (US), circa 1906–20
Chipping a turpentine tree in Georgia (US), circa 1906–20
"Cat face" on a pine tree
"Cat face" on a pine tree
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Insect trapped in resin
Insect trapped in resin
Cedar of Lebanon cone showing flecks of resin as used in the mummification of Egyptian Pharaohs
Cedar of Lebanon cone showing flecks of resin as used in the mummification of Egyptian Pharaohs
Extremely viscous resin extruding from the trunk of a mature Araucaria columnaris.
Extremely viscous resin extruding from the trunk of a mature Araucaria columnaris.
The material dripping from an almond tree looks confusingly like resin, but actually is a gum or mucilage, and chemically very different.
The material dripping from an almond tree looks confusingly like resin, but actually is a gum or mucilage, and chemically very different.