Eucalyptus cypellocarpa

3 Monkey Gum, Mountain Grey Gum at Box Cutting Rainforest Walk

Eucalyptus cypellocarpa at Box Cutting Rainforest Walk - 20 Jun 2024
Eucalyptus cypellocarpa at Box Cutting Rainforest Walk - 20 Jun 2024
Eucalyptus cypellocarpa at Box Cutting Rainforest Walk - 20 Jun 2024
Eucalyptus cypellocarpa at Box Cutting Rainforest Walk - 20 Jun 2024
Eucalyptus cypellocarpa at Box Cutting Rainforest Walk - 20 Jun 2024
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Eucalyptus cypellocarpa 20 Jun 2024 Steve818
Eucalyptus cypellocarpa 20 Jun 2024 Steve818

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Steve818 noted:

20 Jun 2024

Largest mountain grey gum on NatureMapr to date. Trunk girth 6.198m. Height 50.7 m. Measured with tape and clinometer. Full of tree hollows. Powerful owl and greater glider habitat.

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E.cypellocarpa features: location, form, bark - horizontal scars on lower trunk visible in the photo of base of trunk rough bark, smooth bark yellowish-grey and greyish cream, adult leaves - densely reticulate with intra-marginal vein parallel and well removed from margin, and mostly island oil glands. Trunk girth 6.2m. Height 50.7 m. Measured with tape and clinometer. Full of tree hollows. Likely Powerful Owl and Greater Glider habitat.

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  • 619.8 Circumference of trunk (cm)
  • Greater than 5 metres Plant height
  • Alive / healthy Plant health
  • Five to Ten hollows in tree How many hollows in tree?
  • True Hollows present in tree

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