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Unidentified at suppressed - 21 Dec 2021
Unidentified at suppressed - 21 Dec 2021
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Either eucalyptus or corymbia
Insufficient or inconclusive evidence 16 Jun 2022 Tapirlord
Insufficient or inconclusive evidence 16 Jun 2022 Tapirlord
Eucalyptus sp. 9 May 2022 Tapirlord
Unidentified 9 May 2022 Birdy

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3 comments

plants wrote:
   9 May 2022
Please include closeups of leaves and fruit and buds if possible.
Bark would help also.
This photo is impossible to ID.
Tapirlord wrote:
   9 May 2022
At a guess, it could be coastal grey box E.bosistoana, but we're not going further than euc species with this one, I very much agree with plants there. Eucalypts are famously tricky to ID, so including what plants have suggested would be awesome for your next go. For CNM I can usually ID trees from general shots and foliage (buds and fruit are still preferable), but that's due to local knowledge, here I am using flora keys.
TimC wrote:
   10 May 2022
From the image the bark looks a lot like Corymbia maculata, but buds and fruit are needed to confirm this.

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Sighting information

  • 1 - 3 Abundance
  • 21 Dec 2021 04:11 PM Recorded on
  • Birdy Recorded by

Additional information

  • Greater than 5 metres Plant height
  • Alive / healthy Plant health

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