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The mysterious existence of a leafless kauri stump, kept alive by its forest neighbours

By Sebastian Leuzinger, Professor, Auckland University of Technology
Martin Karl-Friedrich Bader, Senior Lecturer in Ecology, Auckland University of Technology
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Research measuring how water flows between living kauri trees and a leafless stump adds evidence that trees use their underground root systems to support each other.

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