Who knows the southern beeches? (was: Marsupials)

Stanley Friesen sarima at netcom.com
Sat Feb 12 19:14:04 EST 1994

In article <2jfmtg$g1b at gaia.ucs.orst.edu> whitcoml at UCS.ORST.EDU (Lynda Whitcomb) writes:
>noth, -o (G).  Spurious, illegitimate
>Sounds like a "false beech?"  Greek was right it seems...
Makes sense, seeing as how it was discovered after Fagus,
and may have been originally classified within Fagus.

By the way, the only species of Nothofagus I have seen 'in life'
was the south-eastern Australian species with the common name
Myrtle Beech.

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