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Nothofagus, also known as the southern beeches, is a family of trees that used to be prolific on Gondwana. The now extinct N. Tumulosus was primarily growing on the fertile ash of pre-historic volcanic landscapes. Recently scientists found that these trees grew taller and greener above fractures in the rock through which volcanic magma later spurted out during eruptions. Increased temperatures and gases released by the rising molten rock appear to encourage faster photosynthesis, the process by which pla
Patricia Van Lubeck
Nothofagus tumulosus

category: Painting
technique: Oilpainting
Style: Surrealism
120 x 80 cm
31,5 x 47,2 in
signature: signed in front

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