Nothofagus obliqua, commonly known as the Patagonian oak, roble, pellín, roble pellín, and hualle in its early state of growth or roble beech, is a deciduous tree from Chile and Argentina. It grows from 33 to 43° south latitude. The northern extent of this tree's range in Chile is considered to be the Vizcachas Mountains and La Campana National Park. N. obliqua was proposed to be renamed Lophozonia obliqua in 2013.
Nothofagus obliqua reaches a height of 50 meters (175 ft). and 2 m (6.5 ft) diameter. ...
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