Genus Actinostrobus

Actinostrobus is a genus of coniferous trees in the Cupressaceae .

Species in the genus Actinostrobus of plants

 
 

Dwarf cypress - It is a shrub or small tree, reaching 1-4.5 m tall. The leaves are evergreen and mixed scale-like and needle-like, except on young seedlings, where they are all needle-like. The leaves are arranged in six rows along the twigs, in alternating whorls of three; the scale leaves are 24 mm long, the needle leaves 1020 mm long. The male cones are small, 36 mm long, and are located at the tips of the twigs. The female cones start out similarly inconspicuous, but mature in 1820 months to 1520 mm long, with a pointed apex.

 
 

Actinostrobus arenarius - Actinostrobus arenarius is a species of conifer in the Cupressaceae family, also known as Sandplain-cypress or Sandplain cypress. It is found only in Western Australia.

 
 

Swamp cypress - Swamp cypress is a shrub or small tree, reaching eight metres tall. The leaves are evergreen and scale-like, except on young seedlings, where they are needle-like. The leaves are arranged in six rows along the twigs, in alternating whorls of three. The male cones are small, 36 mm long, and are located at the tips of the twigs. The female cones start out similarly inconspicuous, but mature in 1820 months to 12 cm with a rounded apex.