White Cypress-Pine (Callitris columellaris)
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A resin obtained from the stumps of felled trees or the cut logs is used as a coating for pills.
The bark contains 11 – 23% dry weight of tannin[1, 156].
Wood – resinous, very aromatic, very durable, brittle, very flammable, hard, close grained. Used for construction. furniture making, cabinet making, fencing, ship building etc[1, 152, 167].
Cultivation & Habitat
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