Greetings from the beech at Mt. Ruapehu

Today’s Open Access File of the Day provides and impression from field work on the beech Nothofagus that grows on the slopes of Mt. Ruapehu in New Zealand.

 

  1. Fig.1 of the synopsis (presumably by Liza Gross) of the article Relaxed Molecular Clock Provides Evidence for Long-Distance Dispersal of Nothofagus (Southern Beech), published in 2005 by Michael Knapp et al. in PLoS Biology
  2. Licensed CC BY.
  3. Used, e.g., on the Macedonian and Korean Wikipedias.

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