Native tree of Chile and Argentina, that grows between the regions of Coquimbo and Aysén.
Tree native to the subantarctic forests of Chile and Argentina, its distribution in Chile occurs between the Los Ríos and Magallanes regions.
Tree endemic to the south central zone of Chile, distributed discontinuously between the Metropolitan and Maule regions.
Lenga is a native tree of Chile, which is part of the temperate forests of Chile, and of the Chilean Chilean Patagonia.
Evergreen tree with a globose crown. It reaches up to 15 meters in height and 0.5 meters in maximum diameter.
Native tree of Chile, which grows throughout the central, southern and southern zones, both in fairly favorable and deplorable conditions.
Deciduous tree. It reaches up to 15 meters of altitude and 0.8 meters of maximum diameter.
Tree endemic to the central south zone of Chile, belonging to the sclerophyllous forest.