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"Agathis dammara" is a medium-large conifer up to 60 metres in height found in tropical rainforests, growing from sea level to very high mountainous regions where it becomes extremely stunted. It belongs to the southern hemisphere family Araucariaceae, widespread throughout the entire Mesozoic, emerging about 200 million years ago. An extinct genus, "Protodammara", derives its name from this tree. This tree is a source of dammar gum, also known as cat-eye resin.
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