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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Coniferous trees.

Usage examples (6)
  • Tasmania is the only place in the Southern Hemisphere that has plants from the family Taxodiaceae, including the King Billy pine, the pencil pine, and the long-lived...
  • It is now thought that a much more extensive population of this species was decimated during the Pleistocene ice ages, as were the Sequoia redwoods of California, another...
  • Even the usually authoritative still shows the tree as being in the Taxodiaceae
  • Taxodiaceae to be part of the Cupressaceae family, which includes the cypresses, redwoods, cryptomerias, cedars and others. for more
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