Phyllocladus

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Phyllocladus (family Podocarpaceae) A genus of southern hemisphere conifers, whose foliage of phylloclades is borne in the axils of scale leaves. The seed is arillate. The genus yields useful timber. There are 4 species, occurring from Borneo to New Zealand (where they are known as celery pines).

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