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tawai Play

1. (noun) silver beech, Nothofagus menziesii - a tall tree with roundish small alternating leaves which have rounded double teeth. Also used as a general term for all beech trees.

Ko ngā ngahere tawai ngā ngahere nui ki ngā ika whenua o Te Wai Pounamu, mai i Whakatū ki Te Rua-o-te-moko (Te Ara 2015). / Beech forests dominate the mountain ranges of the South Island, from Nelson to Fiordland.


tirowhārangi Play

1. (noun) silver beech, Nothofagus menziesii - a tall tree with roundish small alternating leaves which have rounded double teeth.

Ko ngā ngahere tawai ngā ngahere nui ki ngā ika whenua o Te Wai Pounamu, mai i Whakatū ki Te Rua-o-te-moko. E whā ngā momo tawai ki ēnei ngahere - hututawai, tirowhārangi, tawhairauriki, tawairauriki (Te Ara 2015). / Beech forests dominate the mountain ranges of the South Island, from Nelson to Fiordland. There are four beech species in these forests - red beech, silver beech, hard beech, and mountain or black beech.


tawhai Play

1. (noun) silver beech, Nothofagus menziesii - a tall tree with roundish small alternating leaves which have rounded double teeth.

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