Genus = Larix,
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|Larix lyallii (subalpine larch, alpine larch, Lyall's larch, tamarack)
(= Larix lyallii in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
A small, often misshapen tree up to 20 m. tall.
Distribution: Southern British Columbia to the central Cascades and Wenatchee Mountains in Washington, east to Montana and Alberta
Habitat: Generally near timberline, preferring north-facing slopes
|Larix occidentalis (western larch, Montana or mountain larch, hackmatack, tamarack)
(= Larix occidentalis in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
A large tree up to 80 m. tall, the trunk ultimately largely bare.
Distribution: East of the Cascades, British Columbia to Oregon, east to Montana and Alberta
Habitat: Mountain valleys and lower slopes, often in swampy areas
WA Native Plant Society