Definition of Wollemia. Meaning of Wollemia. Synonyms of Wollemia

Definition of Wollemia. Meaning of Wollemia. Synonyms of Wollemia

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Definition of Wollemia

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Meaning of Wollemia from wikipedia

- Wollemia[needs IPA]is a genus of coniferous tree in the family Araucariaceae. Wollemia was only known through fossil records until the Australian species...
- Caledonia, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines Wollemia W.G. Jones, K.D. Hill & J.M. Allen contains only one living species endemic...
- endangered relictual conifer, Wollemia nobilis (Araucariaceae). Molecular Ecology, 12(9), 2331-2343. Thomas, P. 2011. Wollemia nobilis. The IUCN Red List...
- neuro-protective, anti-depressant and anti-coagulant. Agathis (Kauri) Wollemia Michael Knapp; Ragini Mudaliar; David Havell; Steven J. Wagstaff; Peter...
- Norfolk Island pine, Araucaria heterophylla, a coniferous tree Wollemi pine, Wollemia nobilis, a coniferous tree **** pine, various species of plants in the...
- years. Taiwania cryptomerioides – one of the largest tree species in Asia. Wollemia tree (Araucariaceae – a borderline example, related to Agathis and Araucaria)...
- Keteleeria, Abies Order Araucariales Family Araucariaceae: Araucaria, Wollemia, Agathis Family Podocarpaceae: Phyllocladus, Lepidothamnus, Prumnopitys...
- Still extant Tri****ic conifers (Agathis, Wollemia, Araucaria, and Podocarpus) that once dominated Gondwana...
- cornu-cervi Phalaenopsis schilleriana Rhynchostylis gigantea Sarracenia sp. Wollemia nobilis Supertrees are tree-like structures that dominate the Gardens'...
- bidwillii, Bunya Pine, in Australia. The recently found 'Wollemi pine', Wollemia, discovered in south-east Australia, is cl****ed in the plant family Araucariaceae...
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