Definition of Araucaria columnaris
1. Noun. Very tall evergreen of New Caledonia and the New Hebrides similar to norfolk island pine.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Araucaria Columnaris
Literary usage of Araucaria columnaris
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Pinetum: Being a Synopsis of All the Coniferous Plants at Present Known by George Gordon, Henry George Bohn (1880)
"Large trees, natives of Australia. No. 5. ARAUCARIA COOKII, R. Brown, Captain Cook's Araucaria. Syn. Araucaria columnaris, Hooker. ..."
2. Annual Report of the American Institute of the City of New York (1853)
"It seems to retain, however, the name of Araucaria columnaris. The cones of the male flowers are terminal, elongated, ovoid in figure, formed of leathery ..."
3. The Intellectual Observer (1865)
"... as they for the first time made the acquaintance of a goodly number of Araucaria columnaris. Nor was this discovery interesting alone to the botanists, ..."
4. A Review of Dipterocarps: Taxonomy, Ecology and Siviculture by Simmathiri Appanah, Jennifer M. Turnbull (1998)
"... Araucaria columnaris seed (Tompsett 1984) and was termed 'orthodox with limited desiccation ability' (OLDA). A similar category was later defined for ..."