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  • n. any of a number of Australian eucalyptus trees with fibrous bark

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  • n. any of several Australian eucalypts having fibrous inner bark

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Examples

  • Eucalypt open forests extend across most of the landscape, typically dominated by Darwin stringybark (Eucalyptus tetrodonta) and Darwin woollybutt (E. miniata) growing up to 20 meters (m) tall.

    Arnhem Land tropical savanna

  • Over large areas, either of two eucalypts, messmate stringybark Eucalyptus obliqua and Smithton peppermint Eucalyptus nitida, is found emergent from rain forest, the former species on the better soils in the east and the latter on the poorer soils mainly in the west.

    Tasmanian Wilderness, Australia

  • Darwin stringybark (Eucalyptus tetrodonta) dominated communities cover 36.3 percent of the ecoregion.

    Cape York tropical savanna

  • Coastal plains of the Northern Territory below the Gulf Fall and Uplands are vegetated by woodlands of Darwin stringybark (Eucalyptus tetrodonta), while the Fall is covered by open eucalypt woodlands including Darwin box (E. tectifica) and long-fruited bloodwood (Corymbia polycarpa).

    Carpentaria tropical savanna

  • Thin-leaved stringybark (E. eugenioides) Southern coastal regions of this ecoregion.

    Eastern Australian temperate forests

  • The New England Tableland region is dominated by ash, stringybark, peppermint, and box species, including E. andrewsii, E. caliginosa, E. nova-anglica, E. melliodora, and E. blakleyi.

    Eastern Australian temperate forests

  • The most extensive vegetation, especially on sand and loam soils, are bloodwood eucalypts (Corymbia spp.) or, on deeper soils in higher rainfall areas, eucalypt-dominated woodlands with Darwin stringybark (Eucalyptus tetrodonta) and Darwin woollybutt (E. miniata).

    Kimberly tropical savanna

  • Brown stringybark is restricted to soils of low fertility, whereas messmate stringybark becomes more frequent as soil quality improves.

    Southeast Australia temperate forests

  • Dominant species include brown stringybark (Eucalyptus baxteri), manna gum (E. viminalis), messmate stringybark (E. obliqua), and mountain grey gum (E. cypellocarpa).

    Southeast Australia temperate forests

  • Red mahogany, red stringybark, large-fruited red mahogany, Daintree stringybark

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