Corymbia maculata

Spotted Gum at Narooma, NSW

Corymbia maculata at Narooma, NSW - 20 Oct 2023
Corymbia maculata at Narooma, NSW - 20 Oct 2023
Corymbia maculata at Narooma, NSW - 20 Oct 2023
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Identification history

Corymbia maculata 20 Oct 2023 plants
Corymbia maculata 20 Oct 2023 Steve818

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Steve818 wrote:
   20 Oct 2023
One the largest, in circumference, I have seen. Must have just the right drainage and soil. I noticed the icon has it a non-local native - but they are local natives as far south as Mimosa Rocks NP.
Steve818 wrote:
   20 Oct 2023
Just checked the NatureMapr app and when you view the record via the app it is a local native, but on the desktop version, it is listed as a non-local native.
Steve818 wrote:
   21 Nov 2023
@AaronClausen see message above
lbradleyKV wrote:
   21 Nov 2023
My discussion with Ciaran may be relevant regarding local/non-local but I don’t know why the app should be different from desktop.

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Location information

Sighting information

  • 2 Abundance
  • 20 Oct 2023 10:16 AM Recorded on
  • Steve818 Recorded by

Additional information

  • 1500 Circumference of trunk (cm)
  • Greater than 5 metres Plant height
  • Alive / healthy Plant health
  • True Hollows present in tree

Species information

  • Corymbia maculata Scientific name
  • Spotted Gum Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive
  • Up to 611.29m Recorded at altitude
  • Machine learning
  • In flower
  • External link More information
  • Synonyms

    Eucalyptus maculata

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