Halocarpus biformis, known commonly as yellow pine or pink pine, is a coniferous tree endemic to New Zealand. The tree can attain heights of 10m, but in open areas is usually a low spreading bush. It is found at higher elevations in the volcanic plateau of the North Island and at lower elevations on the South Island and Stewart Island. It yields a tight grained sweet smelling and extremely durable wood The species was formerly known as Dacrydium biforme.
Dacrydium biforme (Hook.) Pilger
- Pink pine, yellow pine, Halocarpus biforme, New Zealand Plants, The University of Auckland
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