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  • Possums have caused the widespread death of kamahi and rata in lowland forests and the death of kaikawaka (Libocedrus bidwillii) and Hall's totara (Podocarpus hallii) in the southern ranges.

    Northland temperate forests

  • This is dominated by Podocarpus hallii, P. dacrydioides, Weinmannia racemosa, Libocedrus bidwillii and there are numerous epiphytic ferns, orchids and fungi.

    Tongariro National Park, New Zealand

  • At higher altitudes, beech forest occurs with red beech Nothofagus fusca, silver beech N. menziesii and mountain beech N. solandri var cliffortioides in pure stands totalling over 5,000 ha, or with L. bidwillii from 750 m to 1,530 m and covering 12,730 ha.

    Tongariro National Park, New Zealand

  • Libocedrus bidwillii, or Phyllocladus alpinus present on the island.

    Rakiura Island temperate forests

  • In two very restricted areas bunya pine (Araucaria bidwillii) are canopy dominants.

    Queensland tropical rain forests

  • Rimu (Dacrydrium cupressinum) is more tolerant of poor soils, and dominates older moraines and drier river terraces, while only silver pine (Lagarostrobos colensoi), yellow pine (Halocarpus biforme), and bog pine (Halocarpus bidwillii) can grow on the oldest, most infertile, and acidic moraine surfaces.

    Westland temperate forests

  • "Araucaria bidwilli" amended to _Araucaria bidwillii_.

    Catalogue of Economic Plants in the Collection of the U. S. Department of Agriculture

  • Kamahi (Weinmannia racemosa) and rimu (Dacrydium cupressinum) grow at lower altitudes with rimu giving way to Hall's totara (Podocarpus hallii) and kaikawaka (Libocedrus bidwillii) below a shrub layer dominated by leatherwood (Olearia colensoi).

    Northland temperate forests


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  • A term found in scientific names honouring the botanist John Carne Bidwill.

    May 17, 2018