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Metrosideros perforata

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Myrtaceae
Scientific name  Metrosideros perforata
Order  Myrtales
Genus  Metrosideros
Rank  Species
Metrosideros perforata TERRAIN Taranaki Educational Resource Research Analysis
Similar  Metrosideros fulgens, Metrosideros diffusa, Metrosideros colensoi, Metrosideros carminea, Metrosideros albiflora

Metrosideros perforata, also known as white rata, climbing rata, akatea or Akatorotoro, is one of twelve Metrosideros species endemic to New Zealand. It is one of three white flowering rātā vines (the others being large white rātā and white rātā).

Metrosideros perforata TERRAIN Taranaki Educational Resource Research Analysis

An example of a specific location of occurrence is within New Zealand's Hamilton Ecological District in association with such alliant understory plants as Blechnum discolor, Blechnum filiforme and Doodia media.

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References

Metrosideros perforata Wikipedia


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