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any evergreen in the southern hemisphere of the genus Podocarpus having a pulpy fruit with one hard seed

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Zealandia is a 500-year project with a goal that some day the landscape is restored to how it was before the arrival of humans, complete with giant podocarp forests and a thriving native ecosystem.
Although characteristic of most podocarps the method has many variants determined by the diversity of cone morphologies Tomlinson et al.
40m for a site where a tephra layer is thought to have been bioturbated largely by root growth from successions of Nothofagus and podocarps in New Zealand.
The transition from the cordaitean to the early conifer condition cannot be traced in the fossil record, but Wilde (1944) has described a reduction series in the living podocarps which parallels the evolutionary changes leading to the simple male coniferous cone.
Cytogeographical relationships of the southern podocarps.