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Photinia davidiana

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Photinia davidiana, AK376411, © Auckland Museum CC BY

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  • Classifier
  • Scientific Name
    Photinia davidiana (Decne.) Cardot
  • Classification
  • Family
  • Genus
  • Species
  • Specimen Category
  • Storage Method
  • Field Collection Place
  • Locality Description
    New Zealand, North Island, Gisborne Land District, Eastwoodhill Arboretum, C9, the Ride, between Corner Park + Pear Park, beside track
  • Field Collection Date
    20 Jun 1996
  • Field Collection Notes
    Spreading medium tree, ht ca 7m. Three trunked, spreading 10m overall. Many-branched, twiggy. Old wood grey-brown. Young wood grey - smooth, with lenticels. Leaf petioles, midribs and margins cerise-red. Stipules scale-like. Buds cerise. Lvs hanging down. Berries bright cerise pink-red, with flattened end, matt, solid, on red stalk, hanging in clusters of 3-5. Some leaves bright red.
    Open forest situation. Some summer shading. Close to weeping beech.
    Ex Eastwoodhill Arboretum, "EWH" 414, received Sept 2018
    Specimen over three sheets A, B, & C
  • Field Collector
  • Field Collection latitude/longitude
    -38.56303, 177.72117 (± 50 m)
    177.72117, 177.72117 (± 50 m)

  • Last Update
    23 Oct 2019

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