I don't often have cause to post here in Gymnosperms, but I wanted to share this one with you guys. It's Araucaria heterophylla, and it's well over 200 years old. What I love about this tree, more than anything else, is that it's growing so far out of what's considered the "correct" biome for NA Pines. It's in upper Ficoa, Ambato, Tungurahua - a landlocked sierra province in Ecuador, at an elevation of around 3,000 meters. The person in the scale picture is 165 cm tall.