Pinus torreyana subsp. insularis
Syst. Bot. 11: 45. 1986.
Trees 10 (–15) m in native stands; mature crown of sheltered trees broader than tree height, compact in natural sites. Seed-cones broader than long, mostly over 13.5cm; umbos mostly more than 6mm, whole umbo curved outward. Seeds to 14mm wide, averaging over 11mm, brown to dark-brown with darker mottling.
Habitat: Dry fogbelt zone, ravines and low ridges
Pinus torreyana subsp. insularis occurs naturally only on Santa Rosa Island, California.
Of conservation concern.