Araucaria heterophylla (Salisb.) Franco
Synonym                    : Entassa heterophylla Salisb.
Family                        : Araucariaceae
Local Names              : Norfolk Island pine, House pine, Australian pine
Flowering and fruiting period: Not specific

Distribution: Australia to Polynesia
Habitat: Grown as ornamental tree
IUCN status: Vulnerable
Endemic: No
Uses: Edible Seeds, Christmas tree, bowl carving. Timber used for wood-turning and crafts-making
Key Characters: Conical (young) trees to 30 m. Branches whorled, horizontal or pendent; branchlets mostly distichous, horizontal or drooping. Juvenile leaves awl-shaped, incurved, 4-angular, apex sharp pointed; leaves on older stems broadly lanceolate or ovate, dorsally flattened.