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Mountain beech

Nothofagus solandri


Nothofagus solandri is a species of Nothofagus, endemic to New Zealand, where it occurs on both the North Island and the South Island. There are two varieties, var. solandri, the New Zealand Black Beech, which occurs at low altitudes up to the mountains, and var. cliffortioides, the New Zealand Mountain Beech, which grows up to the treeline.


Mountain forest


Endemic to NZ

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Canterbury, New Zealand

Spotted on Mar 17, 2012
Submitted on Apr 24, 2012

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