Population and growth characteristics of tanekaha in Leptospermum scrub and secondary forest of the Waitakere Ranges, Auckland, New Zealand

@article{Pook1978PopulationAG,
  title={Population and growth characteristics of tanekaha in Leptospermum scrub and secondary forest of the Waitakere Ranges, Auckland, New Zealand},
  author={E. Pook},
  journal={New Zealand Journal of Botany},
  year={1978},
  volume={16},
  pages={227-234}
}
  • E. Pook
  • Published 1978
  • Biology
  • New Zealand Journal of Botany
  • Abstract Quantitative assessment was made of tanekaha (Phyllocladus trichomanoides) and other tree species populations regenerating in Leptospermum scrub and secondary forest on the upper catchment of the Swanson Stream in the Waitakere Ranges near Auckland. Tanekaha was widely distributed in the communities but dense populations occurred on crests and sides of ridges. In scrub, tanekaha was the most abundant forest tree species but in ridge-top secondary forest there was a preponderance of… CONTINUE READING
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