Nothofagus fusca (Hook.f.) Oerst.

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Red Beech

Nothofagus fusca, commonly known as red beech (Māori: tawhai raunui) is a species of southern beech, endemic to New Zealand, where it occurs on both the North Island and South Island. Generally it is found on lower hills and inland valley floors where soil is fertile and well drained.[1] In New Zealand the species is called Fuscospora fusca.[2] It is a medium-sized evergreen tree growing to 35... © Wikipedia authors and editors (licence)

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