It's likely you've seen another individual of the species, possibly a quite a few, but trees (plants in general, really) are usually good at being nondescript if one's not paying attention.So it is not a species that I am familiar with so much is clear!
That I did. Whilst I didn't have geography in mind you're not too far off in latitude.
Well, to avoid potential confusion, they're distinctive (as photographed) primarily at the genus level. I'm tempted to raise certain other botanical caveats but that's the important one for now.the needles in the foreground are very distinctive of this species
This statement surprised me and, on a brief look through the toxicology literature, it doesn't appear to be supported. One popular source robust enough to provide references also fails basic fact checking. This is a bit awkward as I can't provide citations without giving @BosseBe the answer he's looking for so, for now, I would suggest just leaving it at this tree has a reputation for being poisonous.all parts are poisonous
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0379073812005324This statement surprised me and, on a brief look through the toxicology literature, it doesn't appear to be supported.