Prumnopitys taxifolia is an endemic New Zealand conifer, ous tree, a constituent species of lowland. Report includes a statistical summary, brief notes. Juveniles filiramulate with distinctive, dark, brown, slender, flexuous, divarciating branchlets. The species poses problems, has seen limited use in a radiocarbon calibration study, is in common, native forests of the North Island. Matai is growing a slow tree produces dense, hard, heavy, brown wood.
Endemic New Zealand conifer, Ous tree, Constituent species of lowland