Its a conifer, non native to Chile, used in urban parks, probably belong to the family Podocarpaceae or Taxaceae
No interactions present.
This species is included in the family Taxodiaceae.
according to the Catalogue of Life this is not Taxodiaceae but Cupressaceae.
If some "I agrees" with my ID, making it a "Likely ID" then the Taxonomic Links will show up in the right hand column
Thank you very much for your explanation, Tony! As you can see, that was one of my first commentaries in iSpot, when I still didn't know how to add an identification properly.
look at the taxi rank (sorry a ZA nickname for the Taxonomic links) and it is ?outdated?
I can see that the "taxi rank" has already been updated according to the Catalogue of Life.
Lat/Lng: -33.4407, -70.6322