What is another word for Cupressus Goveniana Abramsiana?

Pronunciation: [kˈʌpɹɛsəs ɡə͡ʊvˈiːniːˈanəɹ ˌe͡ɪbɹɐmziːˈanə] (IPA)

Cupressus Goveniana Abramsiana, also known as the Santa Cruz cypress, is a tree species endemic to California's Santa Cruz Mountains. It's an important tree in the region, providing important habitats for wildlife, and has a rich cultural history among the indigenous tribes. The botanical name Cupressus Goveniana Abramsiana may be quite a mouthful, but it has several synonyms that can be used interchangeably. These include the Santa Cruz cypress, Gowen cypress, and Governor's cypress, among others. No matter what name it's referred to, the Cupressus Goveniana Abramsiana remains an important species in California's ecology and cultural heritage.

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