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Cordillera Cypress

It can be up to 15 or 20 meters high. It grows on pyramid shape and it is an evergreen tree. Its trunk is grey and wrinkly, its branches are flat and covers in scale like leaves.

Scientific name
Austrocedrus chilensis
Between the Aconcagua and Southern Chiloe.
In mountains, until 2000 meters above sea level. Southern Coastal Cordillera.

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