Athrotaxis

Athrotaxis is a genus of two to three species (depending on taxonomic opinion) of conifers in the cypress family, Cupressaceae. The genus is endemic to western Tasmania, where they grow in high altitude temperate rainforests. They are medium-sized evergreen trees, reaching 10-30 m (rarely 40 m) tall and 1-1.5 m trunk diameter. The leaves are scale...
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Athrotaxis

(King William Pine, Summit Cedar) This group consists of three, evergreen conifers from Tasmania. They are commonly known as King William Pines or Summit Cedars. A. laxifolia is a small- to medium-sized tree that forms a domed crown. The leaves are only ¼-inch long, partly adpressed to the branches and partly spreading. The bark of this tree is ...
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Athrotaxis

[n] - a genus of gymnosperm
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Athrotaxis

genus Athrotaxis noun a genus of gymnosperm
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