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- generic name Calocedrus means "beautiful cedar". The genus is related to the Thuja, and has similar overlapping scale-leaves. Calocedrus differs from...
- "Calocedrus decurrens". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. 2013: e.T42210A2962006. doi:10.2305/IUCN.UK.2013-1.RLTS.T42210A2962006.en. "Calocedrus decurrens...
- Calocedrus formosana (syn. C. macrolepis var. formosana (Florin) W.C.Cheng & L.K.Fu; Taiwan Incense-cedar; Chinese: 臺灣肖楠; pinyin: tái wān xiào nán or 臺灣翠柏)...
- usage, such as the genus Calocedrus, meaning "beautiful cedar" (also known as "incense cedar"). Several species of genera Calocedrus, Thuja, and Chamaecyparis...
- species with similarly aromatic wood, including several species of genera Calocedrus, Thuja, and Chamaecyparis in the Pacific Northwest, are referred to as...
- Calocedrus macrolepis (Chinese incense-cedar; Chinese: 翠柏 cui bai) is a conifer native to southwest China (Guangdong west to Yunnan), northern Vietnam...
- Calocedrus rupestris is a species of conifer recently discovered in highly eroded rocky limestone mountains in northern Vietnam and first described in...
- Chamaecyparis Spachcypress Fokienia A.Henry & H.H.Thomas – Fujian cypress Calocedrus Kurz – incense-cedar Tetraclinis Mast. Microbiota Kom. Platycladus Spach...
- Neocallitropsis, Thujopsis, Thuja, Fokienia, Chamaecyparis, Cupressus, Juniperus, Calocedrus, Tetraclinis, Platycladus, Microbiota Family Taxaceae: Austrotaxus, Pseudotaxus...
- is one of a number of extinct species placed in the living genus Calocedrus. Calocedrus huashanensis is represented by a series of compression fossil specimens...
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