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craigwilliams 11 years ago

Thanks Clive. A great example of why habit isn't always the most reliable characteristic for IDing plants - the difference between the Podocarpus in this setting and your photo is quite something! Thanks for the intro. to the word epimatium too!

craigwilliams 11 years ago

Clive - I can see some needles in the first photo which look like Podocarpus nivalis but the berries don't match the typical berry like aril and ovule structure as in the link. Do you think there is another plant in here which the berries belong to?

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