Genus Taiwania

It is one of the largest tree species in Asia, reported to heights of 80 m tall and with a trunk up to 4 m diameter above buttressed base.

Species in the genus Taiwania of plants

 
 

Taiwania - It is one of the largest tree species in Asia, reported to heights of 80 m tall and with a trunk up to 4 m diameter above buttressed base. The leaves are needle-like or awl-like and 815 mm long on young trees up to about 100 years old, then gradually becoming more scale-like, 37 mm long, on mature trees. The cones are small, 1525 mm long, with about 15-30 thin, fragile scales, each scale with two seeds.