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Nothofagus cunninghamii (myrtle beech, Nothofagaceae)

 

 

Tarkine Wilderness, Tasmania, Australia.
Tarkine Wilderness, Tasmania, Australia.
N. cunninghamii crown; young Eucryphia lucida (leatherwood) trees with white flowers, left and right. Tarkine Wilderness, Tasmania, Australia.
N. cunninghamii dominated forest. Tarkine Wilderness, Tasmania, Australia.
N. cunninghamii, left; Atherosperma moschatum (southern sassafras) and Eucryphia lucida (leatherwood), smoothbarked trees in the background; Dicksonia antarctica (soft tree fern), right and background. Tarkine Wilderness, Tasmania, Australia, at 180 m.
N. cunninghamii, tall dark crowns; Eucryphia lucida (leatherwood), with white flowers. Tarkine Wilderness, Tasmania, Australia, at approx. 300 m.
N. cunninghamii, left. Group of approx. 25-metre Atherosperma moschatum (southern sassafras), right. Tarkine Wilderness, Tasmania, Australia.
N. cunninghamii, background; Dicksonia antarctica (soft tree fern), left; Anopterus glandulosus (Tasmanian laurel), extreme left. Stephens Rivulet, Tarkine Wilderness, Tasmania, Australia.
Approx. 40-metre Eucalyptus obliqua (messmate stringybark); Anopterus glandulosus (Tasmanian laurel), thin stems immediately behind the E. obliqua; N. cunninghamii, background. Tarkine Wilderness, Tasmania, Australia.
Eucryphia lucida (leatherwood) foliage, left; N. cunninghamii foliage, right. Blue Peak (background), Tarkine Wilderness, Tasmania, Australia.
Crown of approx. 20-metre Leptospermum lanigerum (woolly tea-tree); N. cunninghamii foliage, top right; Atherosperma moschatum (southern sassafras) foliage, left; Eucryphia lucida (leatherwood) foliage, centre and bottom. Tarkine Wilderness, Tasmania, Australia.
Some trees of Tarkine Wilderness, Tasmania, Australia.
Leaves of Atherosperma moschatum (southern sassafras), top foreground. Reynold Falls Nature Recreation Area, Tasmania, Australia.
Crown of Athrotaxis selaginoides (King Billy pine); foliage of N. cunninghamii, left and right, and Atherosperma moschatum (southern sassafras), top left. Reynold Falls Nature Recreation Area, Tasmania, Australia.
Fallen large Eucalyptus regnans (Australian mountain ash), centre; N. cunninghamii, right; Atherosperma moschatum (southern sassafras), left; Cyathea cunninghamii (slender tree fern), bottom right; E. regnans forest, background. Tarra-Bulga National Park, Victoria, Australia at 610 m.
Eucalyptus regnans (Australian mountain ash) forest on the ridge; N. cunninghamii, extreme right; Dicksonia antarctica (soft tree fern) in gully, bottom left; Cyathea cunninghamii (slender tree fern), tall tree ferns, centre; Cyathea australis (rough tree fern), tall tree ferns visible between Nothofagus branches. Tarra-Bulga National Park, Victoria, Australia, at 620 m.
Acacia dealbata (silver wattle), centre; Eucalyptus regnans (Australian mountain ash), left and background; N. cunninghamii, behind the A. dealbata. Tarra-Bulga National Park, Victoria, Australia, at 600 m.
Some trees of Tarra-Bulga National Park, Victoria, Australia.
Eucalyptus delegatensis (alpine ash), left and background; N. cunninghamii, right; Atherosperma moschatum (southern sassafras) foliage, left; Dicksonia antarctica (soft tree fern) leaves, bottom. Lower Coles Road, Tasmania, Australia.
Leptospermum lanigerum (woolly tea-tree) forest with Eucryphia lucida (leatherwood), right foreground, and N. cunninghamii, larger tree, centre. Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, Tasmania, Australia.
2 large Eucalyptus delegatensis (alpine ash) trees. N. cunninghamii and Dicksonia antarctica (soft tree fern) foliage. Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, Tasmania, Australia, at 550 m.
Some trees of Evercreech Forest Reserve, Tasmania, Australia.