Araucaria

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Named after the Chilean province of Arauco +‎ -aria

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Araucaria f

  1. A taxonomic genus within the family Araucariaceae – conifer trees, native to South America and Australasia, including nine species, including the monkey puzzle.

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Araucaria (plural Araucarias)

  1. A species of the genus Araucaria.
    • 2010, Richard Allen, Kimbal Baker, Australia's Remarkable Trees (ISBN 0522856691):
      He was particularly fond of mainland Australia's two Araucarias — the Bunya Pine and the Hoop Pine.

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