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Eucalyptus brookeriana (Myrtaceae) not in the Student's Flora

Eucalyptus brookeriana is a tree found in wet forest especially in eastern and north-eastern Tasmania. It is the most abundant eucalypt on King Island. It is a member of the black gum group of species and is related to E. ovata, E. rodwayi and E. barberi and has seven buds per umbel.

  

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