Southern Beech

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Related to Nothofagus: Nothofagus menziesii, Nothofagus dombeyi, Nothofagus obliqua

Southern Beech:

see beechbeech,
common name for the Fagaceae, a family of trees and shrubs mainly of temperate and subtropical regions in the Northern Hemisphere. The principal genera—Castanea (chestnut and chinquapin), Fagus (beech), and Quercus
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Specimens of this species were collected using pitfall, flight intercept, window traps, or by sifting beech and leaf litter in broadleaf, hardwood, podocarp or Nothofagus forests.
Dieback and recruitment of the forest dominants Nothofagus fusca and Libocedrus bidwilli, central North Island, New Zealand.
Samples from eight wood species, originating from plantations (Eucalyptus nitens, Eucalyptus saligna, Pinus radiata) and regrowth forests (Eucalyptus marginata, Eucalyptus diversicolor, Nothofagus cunninghamii, Atherosperma moschatum, Acacia melanoxylon) were collected for assessing the bending performance capability of Australian timbers.
The dominant tree species in this hydrophilic forest is Nothofagus dombeyi (Mirb.
The forest/steppe transition zone is a large area where Nothofagus deciduous woods (N.
A spokesman for the Seed Bank, designed to protect endangered species, said the tree, full name Nothofagus gunnii, will now probably die anyway due to "considerable root damage" caused by the theft and the care needed to make it grow.
5 km west of Gordon River Road, Tasmania, Australia, 428499S, 1468139E, 15 February 1990, Nothofagus cunninghami Sample 8, R.
Several related species of Nothofagus are very similar to the true beeches, Fagus species, from the Northern hemisphere.
For example, the beech genus, Nothofagus, is widely regarded as a `classic' Gondwana group, its global distribution reflecting ancient land connections.
Physiological traits on Osmorhiza depauperata, a biodiversity component in the Nothofagus forests of Southern Patagonia
Originally the region was covered by a deciduous forest dominated by Nothofagus glauca, which started to be exploited in the early nineteenth century to provide wood for naval shipbuilding (San Martin and Donoso 1996).
In the Andean-Patagonian forest located in the mountainous regions of southern Chile and southwestern Argentina, there is a great diversity of phytophagous insect species associated with forest species of the genus Nothofagus (Gentili & Gentili 1988; McQuillan 1993; Grandon 1996).