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King Billy Pine - Athrotaxis selaginoides - Mt. Field National Park, Tasmania

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Also know as the King William Pine, these trees are extinct on the mainland and grow only in the mountainous region along the northwestern and southeastern margins of the central plateau and from the Mt Field Range to the mountains of the west and southwest.

Arthrotaxis is a small genus, endemic to Tasmania, and is part of the cypress family – the Cupressaceae.

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King Billy Pine - Athrotaxis selaginoides - Mt. Field National Park, Tasmania
King Billy Pine - Athrotaxis selaginoides - Mt. Field National Park, Tasmania
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