Definition of Black beech
1. Noun. New Zealand forest tree.
Group relationships: Genus Nothofagus, Nothofagus
Generic synonyms: Evergreen Beech, Southern Beech
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Black Beech
Literary usage of Black beech
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1. The Celtic Magazine (1879)
"The black beech is to be found with foliage of every shade, from a brownish-green to a blood-red, and almost even ..."
2. Dendrologia: Or, A Treatise of Forest Trees, with Evelyn's Silva, Rev., Cor by James Mitchell, John Evelyn (1827)
"I know of no botanical distinctions between the White and the black beech, nor do I think the Black any variety, but casual, as I never met with five trees ..."