Coigue


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Chilean evergreen whose leafy boughs are used for thatching

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Trabajamos apasionadamente levantando los muros y el envigado de la techumbre, construidos con varas de coigue de diferentes diametros, debidamente ensambladas y clavadas, a fin de resistir los vendavales de la region.
Con una mantencion adecuada, las especies de madera utilizadas --cipres, alerce, temu y coigue entre otras-- tienen una gran durabilidad.
Myrtle beeches, also known as red myrtle and Tasmanian myrtle (Nothofagus cunninghamii), are similar to rauli, but the trees that grow in many of the same areas include coigue and roble.
La voz del pequeno Trayen cuenta que el sendero de los Coigue parecia un nuevo camino, pues, habia descubierto las luces del adios del sol anaranjeando los troncos.
Palabras finalizadas en /x/ pueden ser graves como /ocix/ coigue, o esdrujulas como /akainix/ arcoiris.
But last July, Santiago's daily El Mercurio published a front-page photograph showing land once covered by coigue, lenga, and other species unique to Chile that had been cut and burned.
The cool beech forests of Tierra del Fuego, composed of rare lenga and coigue species, are now in danger of destruction.
Spanish conquistadors of present-day Chile encountered huge forests of coigue, rauli, lenga, alerce, araucaria, and pitao - trees that were named by the Mapuche, or "people of the earth.
Se instalo hace 22 anos en el unico pano de bosque nativo que quedaba en el area: un pequeno boquete de coigue (Nothofagus dombeyi).
Nothofagus dombeyi Coigue Heartwood pale pinkish-brown to reddish or yellowish brown, sapwood paler; pith flecks may occur.
Of the southern beeches found in Chile, coigue looks similar to cherry veneer and is sometimes called Brazilian cherry.
Principalmente se hace uso en estas actividades de alerce, arrayan, avellano, canelo, cipres, coigue, luma manio, notro, tepa, tepu y ulmo.