Scattered juveniles in the main area of bush with a mature tree and another near maturity in the area of bush near the swamp in Fensham reserve. The indicator is for the mature tree.
The first four photographs are of the mature tree, the next three are of the tree nearing maturity and the remainder are of juvenile specimens.
Common in regenerating broadleaved forest
The rapid growth of the planted trees kickstarting the new native forest next to the Nikau Scenic Reserve. These plants are about six years old.
The seed inside of these blue husks are used as rosary beads...
Puriri caterpillar tunnels
The Oxalidales is an order of flowering plants, included within the rosid subgroup of eudicots. Compound leaves are common in Oxalidales and the majority of the species in this order have five or six sepals and petals. The following families are typically placed here: