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The Vegetation of New Zealand

Fig. 74. Subalpine scrub of Mount Greenland (Western district) at about 800 m altitude; on extreme left is Quintinia acutifolia, then Metrosideros lucida (both trees of the forest below), in centre Pittosporum divaricatum and on right Nothopanax simplex. — Photo. L. Cockayne

Fig. 74. Subalpine scrub of Mount Greenland (Western district) at about 800 m altitude; on extreme left is Quintinia acutifolia, then Metrosideros lucida (both trees of the forest below), in centre Pittosporum divaricatum and on right Nothopanax simplex. — Photo. L. Cockayne.

Fig. 74. Subalpine scrub of Mount Greenland (Western district) at about 800 m altitude; on extreme left is Quintinia acutifolia, then Metrosideros lucida (both trees of the forest below), in centre Pittosporum divaricatum and on right Nothopanax simplex. — Photo. L. Cockayne.