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Definition of Araucarian

Araucarian
Araucarian Ar`au*ca"ri*an, a. Relating to, or of the nature of, the Araucaria. The earliest conifers in geological history were mostly Araucarian. --Dana.

Meaning of Araucarian from wikipedia

- This page covers the conifers (cl**** Pinopsida). For the background to this list see parent article List of the vascular plants of Britain and Ireland...
- Araucariaceae – also known as araucarians[citation needed] – is a very ancient family of coniferous trees. The family achieved its maximum diversity during...
- island. A few lignite strata, trapped in basalt flows, reveal fossilised araucarian fragments, dated at about 14 million years of age. Glaciation caused the...
- Ian (November 2006). "Wairarapaia mildenhallii gen. et sp. nov., a New Araucarian Cone Related to Wollemia from the Cretaceous (Albian‐Cenomanian) of New...
- The common trees and shrubs of Sri Lanka are a part of the diverse plant wildlife of Sri Lanka. The following list provides the 704 species of common trees...
- (2009), "The Bunya Pine - the ecology of Australia's other 'Living Fossil' Araucarian - Dandabah Area - Bunya Mountains, South East Queensland, Australia."...
- 5 Ma and are dominated by leaves, cone scales, and leafy branches of Araucarian conifers, very similar in all respects to living Araucaria araucana (monkey...
- Peter (2005), "Araucariaceae in Queensland", in Dargavel, John (ed.), Araucarian Forests, Australia and New Zealand forest histories, 2, Australian Forest...
- 2307/2446478. JSTOR 2446478. PMID 21680310. Ruth A. Stockey (1980). "Jur****ic araucarian cone from Southern England" (PDF). Palaeontology. 23 (3): 657–666. Carol...
- depositional setting to the north and received much more sediment. Tropical araucarian conifers and palm trees dotted the hardwood forests, differentiating the...
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