baumzaehlen - Primeval Forests & Their Trees

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Laurus novocanariensis (Lauraceae)

 

 

30.3-metre L. novocanariensis (centre). The other trees are mostly L. novocanariensis; also Persea indica (the brown-barked straight tree, left centre). Garajonay National Park, Canary Islands, Spain.
Three over 30-metre Persea indica trees (right centre), the tallest one (on the right, with slight bend in stem) being 31.7 m. Other trees are mainly L. novocanariensis. Garajonay National Park, Canary Islands, Spain.
The same group of over 30-metre Persea indica trees (left), the tallest (central) one being 31.7 m. Other trees are mainly L. novocanariensis. Garajonay National Park, Canary Islands, Spain.
Ilex canariensis (small-leaved holly, larger trees on the left), L. novocanariensis (right foreground and the multi-trunked tree in the centre), Erica arborea (tree heath, the leaning trees in the centre). Garajonay National Park, Canary Islands, Spain.
Morella faya (the large tree on the left), L. novocanariensis (centre with dark smooth bark), Persea indica (right centre with furrowed paler bark and saplings in the foreground). Garajonay National Park, Canary Islands, Spain.
Erica arborea (tree heath). Height 22.2 m, girth 139 cm. Other trees: L. novocanariensis (dark bark) and Persea indica (pale bark). Garajonay National Park, Canary Islands, Spain.
24.6-metre Morella faya with basal sprouts. L. novocanariensis saplings, foreground. Garajonay National Park, Canary Islands, Spain.
Some trees of Garajonay National Park, Canary Islands, Spain.
The most important tree species of laurisilva of Madeira Nature Park, Portugal.
Some tree species of higher altitudes (1100-1300 m) of Madeira Nature Park, Portugal.