This illustration shows some common examples of Pinales: 5, Thuja or arbor vitae. 6, Strobilus, of Chamaecyparis or southern white cedar. 7, strobilus of Juniperus or red cedar with fleshy scales fused into a berry-like fruit. 8, branch of Taxus or yew. The seeds are produced singly in the axils of leaves on short lateral branches and nearly enveloped by a thick fleshy cup that becomes bright red. 9. Picea or spruce.
Carlton C. Curtis, Nature and Development of Plants (New York: Henry Holt Company) 376