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Luma apiculata. Species native to the sub antarctic forest; in Chile grown from de province of Valparaiso to Aisen. Hygrophite, found normally by lake shores, river bank and other water courses; in Cordillera of de Andes clonizes to an altitude of 1000 m.

Species native to the sub antarctic forest; in Chile grown from de province of Valparaiso to Aisen. Hygrophite, found normally by lake shores, river bank and other water courses; in Cordillera of de Andes clonizes to an altitude of 1000 m.

Rhaphitamnus spinosus | Found mainly in the subantartic forest of Chile and Argentina; in Chile grows from the province of Limary to province of Aisen. Inhabits the slopes  of both cordilleras, to an altitide of 950m; component of the matorral around lakes and lagoons, also in the more open part of the forest.

Rhaphitamnus spinosus | Found mainly in the subantartic forest of Chile and Argentina; in Chile grows from the province of Limary to province of Aisen. Inhabits the slopes of both cordilleras, to an altitide of 950m; component of the matorral around lakes and lagoons, also in the more open part of the forest.