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Mañío de Hoja Corta, Mañío Hembra

Saxegothaea conspicua

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Description

It is a slow-growing evergreen tree whose place of origin is the south of South America in Chile and Argentina. It is endemic to the temperate forests of southern Chile.

State of conservation

Without information.

Division

Pinophyta.

Order

Pinewoods

Family

Podocarpaceae

Foliar regimen

Perennial

Growth

Maximum size: 15 to 25 meters.

Growth rate: Slow.

Blooming time

Ripening strobili from the end of November to December.

Flower color

Amentiform male flowers and female strobiles.

Sun exposure

To some shade. Some protection from the sun by sparse vegetation, rocks, etc.

Temperature

It resists low T° (-8°c), it can tolerate occasional snowfall.

Hydric regimen

Areas with constant rainfall, short dry periods are possible but do not last more than 1 month.

Type of soil

It lives in humid soils.

Uses

Wood

Distribution

From Maule region to Los Lagos region, up to 2000 m.a.s.l.

Habitat and association

Nothofagus Dombeyi, Lareliopsis Philippiana, Eucryphia Cordifolia y Weinmannia Trichosperma.

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