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Forest Vines to Snow Tussocks: The Story of New Zealand Plants

Figure 45 (opposite) The large shrub epiphyte puka (Griselinia lucida) on a kahikatea. The crown of the puka is just below an asteliad nest and its main descending root is to the left of the tree trunk. Te Marua, southern North Island. — Photo: M. D. King

Figure 45 (opposite) The large shrub epiphyte puka (Griselinia lucida) on a kahikatea. The crown of the puka is just below an asteliad nest and its main descending root is to the left of the tree trunk. Te Marua, southern North Island.Photo: M. D. King.

Figure 45 (opposite) The large shrub epiphyte puka (Griselinia lucida) on a kahikatea. The crown of the puka is just below an asteliad nest and its main descending root is to the left of the tree trunk. Te Marua, southern North Island.
Photo: M. D. King.