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matai

a coniferous evergreen tree of New Zealand, Podocarpus spicatus, having a bluish bark and small linear leaves arranged in two rows: timber used for flooring and weatherboards

Matai

 

an urban-type settlement in Burliutobinskii Raion, Taldy-Kurgan Oblast, Kazakh SSR. It is located on the Aksu River (Lake Balkhash basin). Population, 6,600 (1970). It has a railroad station on the Alma-Ata-Semipalatinsk line. Matai has enterprises connected with railroad transport.

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However, while there were 15-20% differences for height and radial growth among provenances of Norway spruce, qualitative traits such as stem shape, branch density, and shape and health state were similar in the species [12] and had statistically significant difference (0.05 > p) among populations of black pine reported by Gulcu et al.
It affects every species of pines and Cedrus trees, with a marked preference for black pines. Table 3 lists the most frequently infested pines.
In Cyprus its populations can rise to the scale of an epidemic and mostly afflict the Callabrian pine (Pinus brutia), and to a lesser extent the Anatolian black pine (Pinus nigra ssp.
House of Fraser's black pine tree is dusted with silver glitter, pounds 100, while John Lewis' quirky black tree, pounds 75, can be displayed normally or upside down if that's your Christmas wish.
Gently sloping gravel pathways wind past mature Japanese maple and black pine trees, native plantings, hulking boulders, two gazebos and three waterfalls that flow into a koi pond.
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In 1979 and 1980 the experimental cultures of black pine (Pinus nigra Arnold) and its subspecies, eastern white pine (P.
Their silhouettes range from soft and spilling, like Australian willow, to stiff and sharply outlined, like Japanese black pine. Foliage colors run the gamut of greens, with some plums and blues as well.
The Japanese black pine (Pinus thunbergiana) also was easily propagated.
(LGD-TSX) ('Liberty Gold' or the 'Company') is pleased to announce that ongoing drilling at Black Pine in southern Idaho continues to intersect thick zones of high-grade oxide gold mineralization, demonstrating continuity along a northwest-trending zone that we can now document is at least one kilometer ('km') long and expanding the size and potential of this Carlin-style gold system.
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