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Second, it's good fortune that when wildfire did strike the Mt Read heights in the early '60s, killing ancient stands of King Billy pines, the flames stopped metres short of the heart of the Huon.
King Billy pine - Athrotaxis selaginoides Although related to the famous redwoods of California, the King Billy pine is only a medium sized tree, usually between 25 and 30 metres high with a diameter of 60 to 90 centimetres. It is one of the endemic Tasmanian softwoods along with Huon, celery-top and pencil pines. Huon pine - Lagarostrobos.
King Billy’s real indigenous name and his exact date of birth are unrecorded, but he is believed to have been born in 1835 in the north west of Tasmania, then known as Van Dieman’s Land.
Tree Core Research Zones in Tasmania: Spatial Analysis of Rainforest Conifer Species Report to Resource Management and Conservation Division and Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Nick Fitzgerald November 2012. Background and Objective Dendrochronology research in Tasmania primarily involves obtaining tree ring samples by coring living.
Other names: King Billy Pine. Related Species There are three species in Genus Athrotaxis, all endemic to Tasmania. The Tree Because of its very specific habitat, few of us have ever seen this tree growing. I don't remember seeing it in any of our Botanic Gardens. The tree is of medium size, growing to 40 metres, with a diameter of one metre.
Walking overland, their journey took them through the full display of Tasmania’s lovely land, from thick wet forests near the river’s edge through regions of drier Manuka and Eucalyptus, and then onto one of those magical phenomena of southern Tasmania, a large open buttongrass plain. This one at the feet of the thickly forested King Billy Range. Plain before King Billy Range. History The.