- Flower nameAgathis lanceolata
- Scientific nameAgathis lanceolata
- Aliasカウリマツ, ランセオラータ・ナギモドキ, アガチス・ランセオラータ, コギス・カウリ, Koghis Kauri, Agathis lanceolata
- Place of originendemic to New Caledonia
- Place of floweringOverseas, Subtropical region
- Flowering season
What is Agathis lanceolata
Agathis lanceolata , Koghis Kauri or Kauri tree(scientific name: Agathis lanceolata) is a giant evergreen needle-leaved tree of the genus Agathis in the family Araucariaceae, endemic to New Caledonia. It grows straight and almost without branching when mature. It is found in tropical rainforests. It secretes resin, which is used to make dammar gum.
2010 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. It is threatened by habitat loss.
The photo shows "Le Grand Kaori", the largest Kauri tree in New Caledonia, estimated to be 1000 years old.
Common name: Agathis lanceolata , scientific name: Agathis lanceolata, origin: endemic to New Caledonia, life form: evergreen coniferous tree, height: 40 m, bark: gray, adult leaves: oval to linear, female flowers: ovate to spherical, uses: natural resin, wood, vessel material.