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Eucalyptus ovata (Myrtaceae) 1:211

Eucalyptus ovata (Black Gum [Southern Tasmania], Swamp Gum [Northern Tasmania]) is a widespread and common species, usually found in somewhat poorly drained soils. It has seven fruit per umbel. It is closely related to E. rodwayi E. brookeriana and E. barberi

  

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