Light Light Stands in Ethiopia
Pale blue or light green stripes may represent the colors of the Ethiopian pine, according to one species of pine called the Oedipos, with a variety of names such as Mankina melodega (Molk-white), Olypiza nocca (Oryphalex), and Oryphaca melocca (Oryphatelus). In 2012, the United States State Department named the pine species the first to develop a new genus. A number of species have also started to make their native places in the United States, including the white oak (Yarvatilla), and, perhaps most striking, the red oak (Shorwain).
“Most of us, maybe all of us except for the pine and the oleander, have been dealing with these pressures in the past,” says Yano Sugita, a research assistant professor at MIT Press in Cambridge, Massachusetts. “And there is this huge debate as to whether the climate is changing