Corpus ID: 16225673

THE KAHIKATEA ( Dacrycarpus Dacrydioides ) FOREST OF SOUTH WESTLAND

@inproceedings{Wardle1974THEK,
  title={THE KAHIKATEA ( Dacrycarpus Dacrydioides ) FOREST OF SOUTH WESTLAND},
  author={P. Wardle},
  year={1974}
}
  • P. Wardle
  • Published 1974
  • Dacrycarpus dacrydioides forests in South Westland between the Waitangitaona and Saltwater rivers occur on low terraces of alluvial silt. Their relationship to other river flat and swamp communities on post-glacial surfaces is described. Recently abandoned river beds are colonised by pioneer species, which give way to vegetation dominated by grasses, sedges and rushes, whi(:h in turn afe invaded by woody plants, especially Coprosma propinqua and Podocarpus totara vaT. l.vaihoenw. Seedlings of… CONTINUE READING
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