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Noun1.Dacrydium - Australasian evergreen trees or shrubs
gymnosperm genus - a genus of gymnosperms
family Podocarpaceae, Podocarpaceae, podocarpus family - gymnosperms with simple persistent needlelike or scalelike leaves
Dacrydium cupressinum, imou pine, red pine, rimu - tall New Zealand timber tree
Dacrydium colensoi, tarwood, tar-wood - New Zealand silver pine of conical habit with long slender flexuous branches; adapted to cold wet summers and high altitudes
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Mast seeding over 33 years by Dacrydium cupressinum Lamb, (rimu) (Podocarpaceae) in New Zealand: Che importance of the economies of scale, bund.
It occurs widely on Diaoluo Mountain, Wuzhi Mountain, Jianfengling, Limuling, and Bawanling above 700-1300 m and is represented by Dacrydium pierrei of the Podocarpaceae, Syzygium araiocladum of the Myrtaceae, Lithocarpus fenzeliaus of the Fagaceae, Pentaphylax euryoides of the Pentaphylacaceae, and Altingia obovata of the Hamamelidaceae.
and kamahi (Weinmannia racemosa), with scattered podocarps (especially matai, Prumnopitys taxifolia, and rimu, Dacrydium cupressinum).
Algunas especies arboreas cuyas maderas han sido atacadas por este hongo son: Agathis australis, Bambusa, Dacrydium cupressinum, Leptospermum ericoides, Myrica, Pinus radiata, Pithecellobium saman, Prunus, Quercus y Saccharum officinarum entre otros (Farr et al.
Distribucion y sustratos: se ha reportado sobre ramas muertas de Acer, Carya, Magnolia y Rhus en Estados Unidos (Ellis, 1976); tambien existen registros de su presencia sobre madera de Dacrydium cupressinum y Quintinia serrata en Nueva Zelanda (Hughes, 1978b).
Pollen in the lower zone is dominated by forest trees, notably Ascarina, Dacrydium and other podocarps, and Metrosideros, with the latter increasing up the profile (Fig.
Hardwoods Alnus spp Eucalyptus regnans Eucalyptus globulus Alder Mountain ash (a) Tasmanian blue gum (a) Beilschmiedia tawa (b) Quercus robur Eucalyptus sieberi Tawa English oak Silvertop ash (b) Fagus sylvatica Nothofagus pumilia Nothofagus menziesii European beech Lenga Silver beech (b) Softwoods Picea abies Pseudorsuga menziesii Sequoia sempervirens Norway spruce Douglas-fir (a) California redwood Pinus ponderosa Pinus radiata Dacrydium cupressinum Ponderosa pine Radiata pine (a) Rimu (b) Perishable Durable Very durable (< 5 yr.
nitida) y con canelo (Drimys winteri) y el sotobosque que mientras tanto, por la destruccion del dosel superior queda sin proteccion se compone de especies como Tepualia stipularis (tepu), Philesia magellanica (copihue de la cordillera), Dacrydium foncki (cipres enano) y Desfontainea spinosa.
Cameron (1960) recorded a 36% increase in the height growth of seedlings of podocarps (mainly Dacrydium cupressinum and Podocarpus totara) following trenching of plots containing 15-30 yr-old seedlings in the North Island of New Zealand.
On the other hand, Norton and Kelly (1988) found that in Dacrydium cupressinum Lamb, the growth rate was reduced each mast year, which indicated that more than just surplus assimilated products were utilized for masting.
The large, old tree next to the house (of the species mbi or kulmuk, Dacrydium nidulium, Popocarpaceae, or mambak, Ficus augusta, Moraceae) is supposed to be the 'mother' of all trees.