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- evergreen tree that is commonly known under the names camphor tree, camphorwood or camphor laurel. Cinnamomum camphora is native to China south of the...
- inscribed with Sanskrit and Chinese characters on a plank of ****anese camphorwood. The image is the main object of worship of Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism...
- high rainfall montane cloud forest. Common names include East African camphorwood, mkulo (Tanzania), mwiha (Uganda), muwong, muzaiti, and maasi. It is...
- inscribed with Sanskrit and Chinese characters on a plank of ****anese camphorwood as the only object of worshipped by believers. The sect claims that Nichiren...
- stinkwood or true stinkwood, and Ocotea foetens is also called stinkwood. Camphorwood is usually Cinnamomum camphora a close relative of Ocotea species. Rosewood...
- Australia. Common names include red-barked s****afras, black s****afras, camphorwood, scentless cinnamon wood, and native camphor laurel. Its habitat is between...
- Nichiren Daishonin carved by Izumi Ajari Nippō Shōnin from the same camphorwood plank that the Dai Gohonzon was inscribed on; while pious tradition claims...
- interesting sub-tropical species, such as Snow-wood, Illawarra Plum and Camphorwood. The original vegetation was littoral (seaside) rainforest. Possums,...
- Kew Gardens. Cinnamomum oliveri, has several common names, such as the camphorwood, Oliver's s****afras, black s****afras and cinnamonwood. It is a medium...
- rainforest in the area. Significant species include Australian Red Cedar, Camphorwood, Yellow Ash, Deciduous Fig, and Illawarra Plum. The rare Socketwood occurs...
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