Definition of New Zealand beech
1. Noun. Any of several tall New Zealand trees of the genus Nothofagus; some yield useful timber.
Generic synonyms: Evergreen Beech, Southern Beech
Specialized synonyms: Nothofagus Menziesii, Silver Beech
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Literary usage of New Zealand beech
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1. New Zealand Forestry by David Ernest Hutchins (1919)
"At other times the New Zealand trees and introduced trees grow side by side at the same rate, as New Zealand beech and European Beech, New Zealand Puriri ..."
2. New Zealand Official Yearbook by New Zealand Dept. of Statistics (1899)
"The leaves are larger than those of any other New Zealand beech. They are from } in. to Ц in. in length, and from J in. to J in. broad, somewhat variable in ..."
3. The Building Materials of Otago and South New Zealand Generally by William Newsham Blair (1879)
"The New Zealand beech has almost an exact counterpart in South America. Darwin's description of the forests in Terra del Fuego is, in every respect, ..."
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