Dacrydium

(Huon Pine, Rimu) This group consists of about twenty-five tender, evergreen coniferous shrubs and trees from New Zealand, Australia, Tasmania, Borneo, Malaya, New Caledonia, and Chile. These plants are commonly known as Huon Pines. Some varieties are valued in their native countries for their durable wood, which is used for building purposes, maki...
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Dacrydium

[n] - Australasian evergreen trees or shrubs
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Dacrydium

genus Dacrydium noun Australasian evergreen trees or shrubs
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Dacrydium

(from the article `Podocarpaceae`) The largest genus, Podocarpus, contains more than 100 species, commonly called yellowwood, found throughout Australasia, Africa, and South America. ...
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Dacrydium

Dacrydium is a genus of coniferous trees with a slightly drooping habit.
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Dacrydium

Dacrydium is a genus of conifers belonging to the podocarp family Podocarpaceae. Sixteen species of evergreen dioecious trees and shrubs are presently recognized. The genus was first described by Solander in 1786, and formerly included many more species, which were divided into sections A, B, and C by Florin in 1931. The revisions of de Laubenfels...
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