Southern Beech

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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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Berberitzengebusche und Nothofagus antarctica-Walder in Nordwestpatagonien.
Around 14,000 cal BP regional warming produced a shift in forest composition to a more mixed Nothofagus forest, with only a slight rise in Castanopsis/Lithocarpus.
Spatial and temporal patterns in structure, biomass, growth, and mortality in a monospecific Nothofagus solandri var.
hirta captures were similar: increased by Nothofagus saplings (C4), logs (U2), bamboo (U4), and Araucaria seedlings (U6); and decreased in grassy areas (U4) and open leaf litter (U5).
Las especies del genero Nothofagus inician su floracion y fructificacion entre los 20 y los 40 anos de edad (Donoso Zegers, 2006).
Romero (1986) reconoce que en el Cenozoico existia una Paleoflora Neotropical y una Paleoflora Antartica, y que entre ellas se desarrollo la denominada Paleoflora Mixta (Mixed Paleoflora) que estaba conformada por elementos provenientes tanto de la Region Neotropical como de la Antartica, con ausencia de elementos caracteristicos tales como Nothofagus.
Nueva Imperial corresponde al bosque caducifolio de La Frontera, conformado por Nothofagus obliqua-Nothofagus dombeyi (Roble-Coigue), Drimys winteri-Blepharocalyx divaricatum (Canelo-Temu), Avena fatua-Rumex acetosella (Teatina-Vinagrillo), Aristotelia chilensis-Rubis ulmifolius (Maqui-Murra), Echium vulgare (Hierba Azul) y Acacia dealbata (Aromo) (Gajardo 1994).
The only exception was a compilation by Luebert & Pliscoff (2006), who mentioned it as one of the zonal communities which could be found in the territorial area of their unit 54: "Temperate, caducifolious Nothofagus obliqua and Laurelia sempervirensforest".
nfr]) y su tendencia es a disminuir conforme aumenta el diametro, asi mismo reportan un valor promedio de 0,94 para arboles de Nothofagus pumilio en Argentina.