Genus Papuacedrus

It is usually a medium-sized to large evergreen tree 1650 m tall, at high altitudes only a shrub reaching up to 3 m).

Species in the genus Papuacedrus of plants

 
 

Papuacedrus papuana - It is usually a medium-sized to large evergreen tree 1650 m tall, at high altitudes only a shrub reaching up to 3 m). The foliage is borne in flat sprays, with the leaves scale-like, in opposite pairs, with facial and lateral pairs alternating; the lateral leaves are larger, 23 mm long on mature trees and up to 20 mm long on young trees, the facial leaves smaller, 1 mm on mature trees and up to 8 mm on young trees. The cones are 12 cm long, with four scales, a small, sterile basal pair, and a larger fertile pair; the fertile scales each bearing two winged seeds.