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Beech trees (Fagus sp.) in forest, autumn, Skane, Sweden : Stock Photo
Beech trees tend to be a dominant species in harwood forests. They are distributed widely throughout northern temperate regions, to which they are native, but are also found in eastern Australia, New Zealand, and the Andes of southern South America.

Beech trees (Fagus sp.) in forest, autumn, Skane, Sweden

Credit: Hans Strand
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Beech trees tend to be a dominant species in harwood forests. They are distributed widely throughout northern temperate regions, to which they are native, but are also found in eastern Australia, New Zealand, and the Andes of southern South America.
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