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kauri

1. a New Zealand coniferous tree, Agathis australis, with oval leaves and round cones: family Araucariaceae
2. the wood or resin of this tree
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At Nepenthes Camp on the plateau of the southern escarpment, I eagerly climbed to a canopy platform built into an imposing agathis tree.
For subterranean termite field tests in Bogor, furfurylation was also applied to two Indonesian wood species, agathis (Agathis dammara) and sengon (Paraserianthes falcataria) sapwood.
One of these parasites was the Agathis wasp, which reduced the damage by casebearers so successfully that only low numbers of the pest still exist in the once heavily infested stands of eastern larch.
The coal from Lati is processed and is given the brands of Agathis and Sungkai.
Acer x freemanii 'Armstrong' and 'Armstrong II' and Scarlet Sentinel[TM] Acer platinoides 'Columnar' and 'Olmsted' Acer rubrum 'Bowhall' and 'Columnar' Acer saccharum 'Endowment', 'Goldspire', and 'Newton Sentry' Agathis robusta Carpinus betulus 'Fastigiata' Erythrina variegata var.
In the Southern Hemisphere, the typical components of the forests included conifers, such as members of the Podocarpaceae (Podocarpus, Saxegothea), and Araucari-aceae (Araucaria, Agathis, etc.
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Numerous detached leaves of Agathis are present, and amber colored resin found throughout the Gore Lignite Measures is likely to be derived from Agathis, which has a long history in the New Zealand region (Lee et al.
Earlier the company produced semi finished goods supplied, veneer, to PT Tunggal Agathis Indah Wood Industries (PT TAIWI), which is also a subsidiary of the group.
australis) is one of the most important native trees, and in the temperate and tropical rainforests in Australia, there are a further three species of Agathis, the most important of which is A.
Trenching had either a very small effect on growth, as for Agathis macrophylla on Vanikoro (Whitmore 1966), or no significant effect, as for Inga spp.