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With the way the rata's trunk twists, along with the textures of the bark, this is the sort of tree that seems to suit a black-and-white interpretation. The effect is almost gothic.

Ratas are a mainland forest species that is also, highly palatable to the invasive possum. Their bright red flowers are unusually conspicuous in the more normal 'wall of green' vegetation that characterises NZ bush.

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