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125 species in six genera are found mostly in the southern hemisphere extending north to Japan, central America and the West Indies.
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- Dacrydium cupressinum Sol. ex Lamb.
- (syn. Thalamia cupressina Spreng.)
- Red Pine, Rimu
The wood of this useful New Zealand timber tree is irritating to the nose (Cleland 1925).
- Podocarpus macrophyllus Sweet
- (syns Margbensonia macrophylla A.E. Bobrov & Melikyan, Nageia macrophylla F. Muell., Taxus macrophylla Thunb.)
- Buddhist Pine
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- Podocarpus milanjianus Rendle var gracilior
- Yellow Wood
The wood of this species produced allergic contact dermatitis in wood-workers and also conjunctivitis and rhinitis (Piorkowski 1944). Positive patch test reactions were observed to an ether alcohol extract of the wood.
- Cleland, J.B. (1925) Plants including fungi, poisonous or otherwise injurious to man in Australia. (Series II) Med. J. Australia 2: 443.
- Piorkowski, F.O. (1944) Woodworkers' dermatitis in East Africa. East Afric. Med. J. 21: 60.
- [ + 1 further reference not yet included in database]