This is the first confirmed finding of Myrtaceidites eucalyptoides outside Australia.
The relationship between twig cross-sectional area and leaf surface area varied little over the course of the season.
The idea was simple, Proteaceae plants are experts at releasing phosphorus from soils, so planting them alongside Nothofagus should provide the beeches with natural fertilizer. The reality is more complex.
Disturbances, dispersal and biotic interactions are three major drivers of the spatial distribution of genotypes within populations, the last of which has been less studied than the other two.
Although lenga beech trees, completely defoliated by caterpillars of Ormiscodes amphimone, do not die, they show reduced growth for at least 2 years.
A study of deciduous–evergreen mixed-species forests shows that both foliar types are sink-limited when faced with decreasing temperatures.