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  1. Phyllocladus, genus Phyllocladusnoun

    celery pine

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  1. Phyllocladus

    Phyllocladus, the celery pines, is a small genus of conifers, now usually treated in the family Podocarpaceae. Species occur mainly in New Zealand, Tasmania, and Malesia in the Southern Hemisphere, though P. hypophyllus ranges into the Philippines, a short way north of the equator.

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  1. phyllocladus

    Phyllocladus is a small genus of conifers belonging to the podocarp family. These trees are found in parts of Australia, New Zealand, and Borneo, and are known for their unusual leaf-like structures called phylloclades that perform photosynthesis instead of traditional leaves. The genus contains about five or six species.

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  1. Phyllocladus

    Phyllocladus is a small genus of conifers, now usually treated in the family Podocarpaceae. They are morphologically very distinct from the other genera in that family, and some botanists treat them in a family of their own, the Phyllocladaceae. One molecular phylogenetic analysis found Phyllocladus to be sister to Podocarpus sensu stricto. Another was equivocal on its position relative to Podocarpaceae s.s.. Phyllocladus is mainly a southern hemisphere genus, occurring in New Zealand, Tasmania and Malesia, where one species crosses a short way north of the equator in the Philippines. The five species are genetically distinct, and probably arose between 5 and 7 million years ago.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of phyllocladus in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of phyllocladus in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

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