Coniferophyta (conifers).

Pseudotsuga menziesii (Douglas fir) produces more timber than any other American forest species.

Pinus longaeva (Bristlecone pine) can reach ages of more than 4,600 years.

This Sequoia giganteum (Giant Sequoia) weighs about 2,500 metric tons (about 24 blue whales, or 40,000 people).

The "berries" of Juniperus communis (Common juniper) are ovule-producing cones consisting of fleshy sporophylls.