Austrocedrus chilensis

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Synonyms for Austrocedrus chilensis

a small South American evergreen having coppery bark and pretty foliage

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Como otro aporte al conocimiento de la biodiversidad de ascomicetes no liquenizantes de la Argentina se describen e ilustran especies fungicas que crecen sobre corteza de Austrocedrus chilensis, Nothofagus antarctica y N.
Los resultados aqui presentados se basan en el examen de muestras provenientes de 15 individuos de Austrocedrus chilensis, 12 de Nothofagus antarctica y 93 de N.
sobre ramas de Austrocedrus chilensis, 24-X-2006, Bianchinotti and Sanchez 225, 228 y 229 (BBB).
This is probably because not only is there a smaller surface suitable for making releves in these sites but also because the coniferous trees " Prumnopitys andina and Austrocedrus chilensis form marginal forests at the dryness limit of the forest region north of 37,5[degrees] south" (Hildebrand-Vogel, 2002: 119).
2) The supratemperate Argentinian forests dominated by different species belonging to the Nothofagus genus, and even by Austrocedrus chilensis in temperate territories, should be more closely related to their vicariant instances growing in Chile.
1 2 3 4 Dominant trees Prumnopitys andina 5 4 4 4 Nothofagus obliqua 2 2 2 1 Austrocedrus chilensis .
In northern Patagonia, Argentina, the conifer Austrocedrus chilensis reaches its eastern distributional limit in the foothills of the Andes, where open woodlands give way to steppe vegetation towards the east.
At both sites vegetation consists of open woodlands of the [sim]8-15 m tall Austrocedrus chilensis.
The relationship between recruitment of Austrocedrus chilensis juveniles (irrespective of microsite) and seasonal precipitation and temperature data (Bariloche Airport record, 1956-1990) analyzed by simple linear regression (yearly number of juveniles recruited) and by logistic regression (presence/absence of recruitment), suggests that presence/absence of recruitment during particular years (rather than the amount of recruitment) is mainly governed by summer precipitation (January-March) ([[chi].
Further east, where precipitation declines to [approximate]1500 mm, Austrocedrus chilensis and N.
The Patagonian Forests is characterized by a humid and temperate climate, with vegetation dominated by trees such as Nothofagus (southern beeches in the Nothofagaceae, formerly in Fagaceae), Austrocedrus chilensis (Cupressaceae), Embothrium coccineum, Lomatia hirsuta (Proteaceae), and an understory dominated by a shade-tolerant bamboo Chusquea culeou (Poaceae, Bambusoideae; Burkart et al.
and Austrocedrus chilensis near water courses, with low human impact.
Kuhnemann 4782 (LIL); Lago Puelo, desembocadura del rio Turbio, paredon costero en ladera occidental del Cordon Derrumbe, Bosque abierto y bajo de Austrocedrus chilensis, sobre suelo seco, borde del arroyo, 42[grados]13'S, 71[grados]41'O, 14-II-1993, M.
Se seleccionaron 10 sitios en un bosque de Austrocedrus chilensis (Cupresaceae) y Nothofagus dombeyii (Fagaceae) en la Reserva Forestal Loma del Medio, El Bolson, Rio Negro.
Ten sampling sites were selected in an Austrocedrus chilensis (Cupresaceae) and Nothofagus dombeyii (Fagaceae) forest within the Reserva Forestal Loma del Medio,