Hall’s or mountain tōtara is usually a smaller tree than its lowland relative, the true tōtara. It grows at higher altitudes and on poorer soils. The thin, scaly bark (inset) helps to distinguish it from tōtara.
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Department of Conservation
Reference: 10049505 (main); 10050398 (inset)
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