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Eucalyptus nitida (formerly known as E. simmondsii; Myrtaceae) 1:225

Eucalyptus nitida (Smithton Peppermint) is the most abundant species in western Tasmania, where it is common in copses in sedgelant. It ranges from a small to tall tree. It is a peppermint species (along with  E. amygdalina E. tenuiramis, E. coccifera, E. risdonii, E. pulchella and E. radiata). It has smooth bark except at the very base of the trunk.

  

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