Eucalyptus crebra. Family. Myrtaceae. Botanical Name. Eucalyptus crebra F. Muell. Petioles yellowish. Crushed leaves emit a strong eucalyptus oil odour. Eucalyptus crebra is an evergreen tree with a rather open and straggly crown; it can grow 25 – 35 metres tall. Under good growing conditions the tree has. Image of Eucalyptus crebra. Metrosideros salicifolia Trusted. Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial Share Alike (CC BY-NC-SA © Smithsonian.
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Juvenile stems and leaves occur in young plants or in regrowth eualyptus. Views Read Edit View history. Coloured structures forming the inner ring of leaf-like structures in a flower.
In the early days of colonization wood felling was achieved with axe and saw, ironbark stands usually meant a broken ax head. The tree has a hard, strong, and dark red timber, which has been used for sleepers and construction.
It is an important source of nectar in the honey industry and its hard, strong timber is used in construction.
Plants of South Eastern New South Wales
It can be separated by having fruit with a broad, flat to slightly ascending sucalyptus. Another recent segregate from E. Cultivated seedlings measured at ca node It has linear juvenile leaves similar to those of E. Treed area with the canopies of the trees not touching each other. Bark rough on all but the smallest branches or throughout, hard and deeply furrowed ‘ironbark’ dark grey to black.
Pale bluish green in colour, usually due to a thin waxy or powdery covering that is easily rubbed off. In this key, leaves alternating up the stem, arranged in eucalyptue spiral up the stem, or scattered along the stems are all keyed as alternating.
The tree’s name ironbark stems from the rough and unyielding texture of the cambium on the outmost layer of the plant.
Koalas can consume the leaves, and the flowers are pollinated mainly by insects. In Elliot, Rodger W. This media file is either in the public domain or published under a free licenseand contains no inbound file links. Any user may perform this transfer; refer to Wikipedia: Articles with crbra microformats. A small to medium-sized ironbark tree with a very wide distribution in eastern Australia, from just south of Sydney near Bargo in New South Wales, north to near the Moreton Telegraph Station on Cape York Peninsula in far north Queensland.
It is distinguished by having glossy green juvenile and adult leaves. If this file has problems with attributioncopyrightor is otherwise ineligible for Commons, then remove this tag and DO NOT transfer it; repeat violators may be blocked from editing. The rough furrowed bark is grey mottled with yellow and orange.
Factsheet – Eucalyptus crebra
The related and sometimes co-occurring E. Fruit on pedicels 0. If this media is not useful, please propose it for deletion or list it at files for discussion.
The juvenile leaves are slightly broader than normal but do not differ substantially from those in E. The egg-in-eggcup buds can be found on other E. Seeds brown or grey, 0.
Retrieved from ” https: Narrow-leaved ironbark Scientific classification Kingdom: Retrieved 7 September No pages on the English Wikipedia link to this file. Tree to 35 m tall. We have tentatively placed E.
Flowers, buds, gumnuts, and leaves. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Eucaoyptus 3. Flower buds and leaves. This identification key and fact sheets are available as a free mobile application: If this file is freely licensed, but otherwise unsuitable for Commons e.
The Narrow-leaved ironbark was originally described by Victoria state botanist Ferdinand von Mueller in Brooker and A.